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Pacific Eye Institute

Laser Vision Correction Temecula
Quality Eye Care For Over A Quarter Of A Century!

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41877 Enterprise Circle N. Map
Suite 110
Route Temecula, CA   92590  
(951) 296-2244
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In 1981 Dr. Fabricant settled in Upland and established what has become Pacific Eye Institute, one of the most comprehensive ophthalmic care facilities in the Inland Empire. This includes “The Ambulatory Surgery Center” which is a modern 9,200 square foot facility with two state-of-the-art surgical suites and “The Laser Surgery Center”. These facilities provide the highest quality vision care for the treatment of ocular conditions including cataracts and glaucoma in a comfortable and safe outpatient environment. As years have passed, our locations have expanded to serve Rancho Cucamonga, Victorville, Temecula and Eastvale.

Pacific Eye Institute can be found at 41877 Enterprise Circle N. . The following is offered: Laser Vision Correction - In Temecula there are 4 other Laser Vision Correction. An overview can be found here.

Keywords Catarcts, Cataract Surgery, LASIK, LASIK Surgery, Glaucoma.


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  • Pamela J. Bekendam, M.D.

    Board Certified General Ophthalmologist and Cataract Surgeon

    Pamela Bekendam is a board-certified general ophthalmologist who has spent nearly two decades working to manage and treat patients with common eye conditions as well as complex eye diseases. In her role at Pacific Eye Institute, she has successfully performed thousands of cataract surgeries and has dedicated her time to provide surgical eye care for disadvantaged individuals as a volunteer with Good Samaritan Hospital, La Romana, Dominican Republic and Tanzania. Dr. Bekendam is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Loma Linda University medical center in Loma Linda, California – the same institution where she earned her medical degree in 1994.




    Link: Pamela J. Bekendam, M.D.

  • Peter D. Bekendam, M.D.

    Comprehensive Eye Care | Glaucoma | Cataract Surgery

    Dr. Peter Bekendam is a board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and specializes in cataract and anterior segment surgery, glaucoma procedures, and comprehensive ophthalmology at Pacific Eye Institute. He is currently Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, California, where he also earned his Medical Degree in 2004. Dr. Bekendam is Founder and President of Sight Restoration International, a non-profit organization that works to bring vision-restoring surgery to patients in developing countries. He was honored by election to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society while in medical school. He is also a published novelist.




    Link: Peter D. Bekendam, M.D.

  • Andrea S. Ching, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist | Cataract Surgeon | Comprehensive Ophthalmology

    Dr. Andrea Ching is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and specializes in comprehensive ophthalmology, including cataract and anterior segment surgery. Dr. Ching is pleased to help her patients discover treatment plans involving, but not limited to, cataracts, pterygium, glaucoma and dry eye. Dr. Ching received her training from Loma Linda University and has been serving patients at Pacific Eye Institute since 2002.




    Link: Andrea S. Ching, M.D.

  • Jesse A. Dovich, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist | Cataract and Glaucoma Specialist

    Dr. Jesse Dovich is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and has been providing comprehensive eye care services to the Inland Empire since be began working with Pacific Eye Institute in 2007. Dr. Dovich combines advanced training with a wealth of knowledge and experience to provide exceptional patient care in the treatment of both common and complex eye diseases – including Glaucoma and Cataracts. Dr. Dovich has been voted “Most Compassionate Doctor” and as well we a “Top Doctor” in the Inland Empire.




    Link: Jesse A. Dovich, M.D.

  • Daniel D. Esmaili, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist | Retina and Vitroretinal Surgeon

    Dr. Daniel D. Esmaili is a board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the retina and vitreous, with a special interest in treating age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and retinal vein occlusion. Dr. Esmaili is an accomplished author, researcher, and presenter. He has been actively involved in numerous research studies and clinical research trials, he has authored peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and is an oft-sought speaker at local and national scientific meetings. Dr. Esmaili has received numerous awards, including being named to Super Doctors of Southern California three consecutive years. He obtained his medical degree with highest distinction from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California and completed a prestigious two-year surgical vitreoretinal fellowship at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (MEEI) of Harvard Medical School where he was selected as Chief vitreoretinal fellow. He also served as part of the full-time academic faculty at MEEI/Harvard where he also served as Medical Director of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Retina Consultants satellite practice.




    Link: Daniel D. Esmaili, M.D.

  • Mila J. Heersink, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist | Cornea Specialist | Cataract Surgeon | Glaucoma

    Dr. Mila Heersink is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. For the last several years, Dr. Heersink has been serving patients at Pacific Eye Institute and is an area leader in the treatment of corneal conditions, cataracts and general ophthalmology. Her patient first approach to care includes helping her patients find treatment plans uniquely suited to them. Dr. Heersink combines her experience with the most advanced technologies to help produce positive results for her patients. She completed both her residency and cornea fellowship at the number one training program in the country for ophthalmology, Wills Eye Hospital. During those years of training, she was fortunate to learn from world-renowned leaders in the eye care field. Dr. Heersink was born in Alabama but spent part of her childhood in the Netherlands. She was accepted into medical school as a high school student and graduated college a year early. She has spent a significant portion of her education abroad through volunteering or work-study programs and has devoted time to ophthalmology mission work internationally.




    Link: Mila J. Heersink, M.D.

  • Samuel C. Kim, M.D.

    Retina and Vetroretinal Specialist

    Samuel C. Kim, MD is a board-certified retina specialist specializing in vitreoretinal diseases and surgery, including conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, vascular diseases, uveitis and retinal detachments. Dr. Kim has completed a fellowship in Vitreoretinal diseases and surgical training at the combined Retina Group of Washing/Georgetown University Hospital/Washington Hospital Center, a fellowship known to be one of the top clinical and highest surgical volume programs in the country Having recently joined the team at Pacific Eye Institute, Dr. Kim is looking forward to providing his patients with the highest quality of surgical and clinical care to patients in the Inland Empire and beyond. Dr. Kim is an internationally experienced doctor, actively involved in medical missions in Kenya, Zambia and China. Dr. Kim has been published in multiple journals and has presented at many national meetings including at the annual meetings of American Society of Retinal Specialists. He is actively involved in research and is a Principal Investigator for many national clinical trials through Loma Linda University, including the Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research, and is a sub-investigator of numerous other clinical research trials. He serves as an active assistant professor at Loma Linda University and at the Riverside University Health Sciences. He is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Retina Specialists and the Christian Ophthalmology Society. Dr. Kim is fluent in English, Korean, and medical Spanish.




    Link: Samuel C. Kim, M.D.

  • David S. Liao, M.D.


    Dr. David S. Liao is a board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the retina and vitreous. His main areas of interest include macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, disorders of the vitreomacular interface, and retinal detachment repair. Dr. Liao is a recognized leader in his field. He has been involved in research studies involving retinal diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and retinal vein occlusions. He has authored and co-authored a number of publications and abstracts relating to both clinical conditions and basic science research. Dr. Liao approaches patients with kindness and compassion and looks forward to serving you.




    Link: David S. Liao, M.D.

  • Roger L. Novack, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S.

    Opthalmologist | Retina | Vitreoretinal Surgeon

    Dr. Roger Novack is a board-certified, fellowship trained ophthalmologist specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the retina and vitreous, with a special interest in treating age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, disorders of the vitreomacular interface, and retinal detachment repair. Dr. Roger Novack is an internationally recognized clinician, scientist, and surgeon. He has held academic positions at both Duke University and UCLA. Dr. Novack also holds a patent for developing instrumentation for monitoring retinal metabolism.




    Link: Roger L. Novack, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S.

  • Firas M. Rahhal, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist | Retina and Vitreoretinal Surgeon

    Dr. Firas M. Rahhal received a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania, then received his MD from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He completed an Ophthalmology Residency at Cornell University Medical Center in New York City and subsequently a two-year fellowship in vitreoretinal surgery and uveitis at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center. After fellowship, Dr. Rahhal returned to Cornell University as Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and was appointed the Director of the Retina Service, staying in that position for five years.



    Link: Firas M. Rahhal, M.D.

  • Richmond E. Roeske, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist | Cataract Surgery | Micro invasive Glaucoma Surgery | Refractive Surgery

    Dr. Richmond Roeske is a board-certified Ophthalmologist specializing in general ophthalmology, cataract surgery with intraocular lens implantation, LASIK and refractive surgery and micro-invasive glaucoma surgery. Dr. Roeske has been with Pacific Eye Institute since 2000 and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to his position. Throughout his career, Dr. Roeske has emerged as a leader in his field. His particular area of interest in combining his over 20 years experience with refractive and LASIK surgery with refractive cataract and premium lens technology to produce positive outcomes using the most advanced and current technology. Dr. Roeske is a compassionate doctor who truly cares about his patients. He has been named a TOP Doctor as voted by his peers in independent surveys through Consumers’ Checkbook Guide to Top Doctors, for ten consecutive years. He has treated thousands of patients, has been awarded numerous honors and published several investigative, medical and surgical management abstracts in prestigious professional journals of ophthalmology. Additionally, he has served as Assistant Clinical Professor and Associate Residency Coordinator at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. Outside of his work with Ophthalmology, Dr. Roeske is passionate about helping children. Inspired by his own son’s successes with his journey with Autism, Dr. Roeske founded the R Kid’s foundation in late 2018. To date, the foundation has raised more than 2 million dollars to help provide services and programs to compromised children across various walks of life.




    Link: Richmond E. Roeske, M.D.

  • Aaron Savar, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist specializing in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

    Dr. Aaron Savar specializes in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He received his BA in Biochemistry from UC Berkeley and his MD from Boston University. After a General Surgery internship at UCLA he went on to Ophthalmology residency in Boston at Harvard/Massachusetts Eye & Ear. He then completed a fellowship in Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at UCLA and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai.




    Link: Aaron Savar, M.D.

  • Louis Savar, M.D.

    Ophthalmologist specializing in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive surgery

    Dr. Louis Savar is a board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and specializes in ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Savar is focused on providing customized treatment plans for patients experiencing disease or injury to the eye, eyelid, and surrounding structures or for those who want to rejuvenate their appearance. Dr. Savar is a Clinical Instructor at UCLA, and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is a frequent lecturer and course instructor at the American Academy of Ophthalmology and was named as one of Southern California’s Super Doctors in 2019. Outside of his busy surgical practice, he enjoys cycling, skiing, and photography.




    Link: Louis Savar, M.D.

  • W. Berwyn Smith, M.D.

    Board-certified Ophthalmologist and Cataract Surgeon

    Dr. W. Berwyn Smith is a board-certified Ophthalmologist specializing in general ophthalmology with a special interest in cataract surgery. For the past 38 years, Dr. Smith has served many Inland Empire patients both as a surgical ophthalmologist and as a board-certified internal medicine physician. He has served in the Sun City, Temecula, Murrieta, and Escondido area over in association with specialists from Loma Linda University, University of California San Diego, Scripps Clinic, and the University of Southern California. Dr. Smith is proud to have spent four decades coordinating advanced ophthalmologic care for his patients.




    Link: W. Berwyn Smith, M.D.

  • Nishant G. Soni, MD

    Board-certified general ophthalmologist and cornea specialist

    Nishant Soni is a board-certified general ophthalmologist and cornea specialist. Dr. Soni is a leading surgeon specializing in complex cataract surgery, ocular surface disease, endothelial cell transplantation surgery (DSEK and DMEK), LASIK and PRK. He also has interests in international ophthalmology. Dr. Soni is an accomplished researcher, has been published in several key industry journals, and has garnered international clinical experience while training in small incision cataract surgery in Hyderabad, India at the L.V. Prasad Eye Institute. Outside of ophthalmology, Dr. Soni enjoys time with his wife and baby girl, singing blues music, riding a bicycle and playing tennis.




    Link: Nishant G. Soni, MD

  • Jeffrey J. Tan, MD

    Board-certified retina specialist

    Dr. Jeffrey J. Tan is a board-certified retina specialist with particular interest in treating vitreoretinal diseases, such as diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, retinal detachments, uveitis and more. Dr. Tan has emerged as a leader within the vitreoretinal community of Southern California and beyond. He is an accomplished novelist, has published numerous articles in medical journals, and has earned several prestigious awards including the Vit-Buckle Society Best Fellow Surgical Award two years in a row. Additionally, he was honored with multiple awards for research and academic excellence during his Fellowship at USC Roskie Eye Institute and Residency at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Tan is fluent in Mandarin and speaks medical Spanish and looks forward to providing his patients with individualized and compassionate care.




    Link: Jeffrey J. Tan, MD

  • Edward Yung, M.D.

    Board-certified ophthalmologist | comprehensive ophthalmology with sub-specialization in Glaucoma

    Dr. Edward Yung is a board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in comprehensive ophthalmology with sub-specialization in glaucoma. Dr. Yung has been a part of the Pacific Eye Institute team since 2017 and provides many services including, but not limited to: glaucoma consultations, laser and surgical management of glaucoma, cataract surgery, minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, and comprehensive adult eye care. Dr. Yung has a wide range of academic interest in glaucoma, including evaluation of innovative drug treatments, minimally invasive surgical devices, devices for continuous intraocular pressure monitoring, and innovative optic nerve imaging technology. His ongoing interest is the investigation of optic nerve head blood flow with Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography as it relates to the pathophysiology of glaucoma. He is the author and co-author of numerous peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, continuing medical education courses, and presentations at national ophthalmological conferences. Dr. Yung has also been the recipient of many prestigious awards in the industry. Dr. Yung speaks conversational Cantonese Chinese and German.




    Link: Edward Yung, M.D.

Products And Services


    Imagine how your daily routine would change if you did not need glasses or contacts! Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up and see the alarm clock without fumbling for glasses? You could enjoy the freedom to live a more active life of swimming, skiing or camping without the burden of contact lenses. You would be free from the worry of losing glasses or contacts in an emergency. Good vision without glasses may qualify you for a new job. Think of the possibilities! LASIK can help fulfill many dreams.

    Link: LASIK

  • Comprehensive Eye Care

    The doctors at Pacific Eye Institute can assist with your routine eye screenings, minor surgeries, dry eye management and more. In order to maintain healthy vision, it is important to have regular eye exams. Early detection and treatment of vision challenges can be the key to preventing vision loss. Many debilitating eye diseases can be diagnosed before noticeable symptoms occur, potentially making the difference between minor damage and major vision loss. While some eye diseases have apparent symptoms such as red eyes, light sensitivity, or flashing lights, many serious, vision-threatening problems have no warning signs. A comprehensive eye examination involves a series of tests designed to evaluate your vision and check for eye diseases. Each test is necessary and allows your doctor to evaluate different aspects of your vision. How Often to Have Eye Exams Adults with healthy eyesight may only need an eye exam every two years. However, if you are over age 60, have diabetes or have a family history of eye disease, it is a good idea to have your eyes checked every six to twelve months. Consult your eye care professional regarding how often you should have routine eye exams for your unique situation.

    Link: Comprehensive Eye Care

  • Cataract Surgery

    If you’re concerned you may be affected by cataracts, we recommend scheduling a Cataract Evaluation with one of our cataract specialists. If cataract surgery is recommended, your surgeon will discuss your visual goals following the procedure. It’s possible you may be eligible for an upgraded lens or vision package, if you wish to become less dependent upon glasses or contacts following the procedure.

    Link: Cataract Surgery

  • Glaucoma

    The team at Pacific Eye Institute can help patients prevent serious vision loss or blindness from glaucoma by providing early detection of this eye disease. An annual fully dilated eye examination is highly recommended and could uncover this disease before symptoms even occur. Although vision loss from glaucoma can’t be recovered, we are fortunate to have plenty of treatment options available to help halt the progression of this disease and avoid further vision damage. Our Glaucoma experts can offer you a wide spectrum of treatment options depending on the type and stage of an individual's glaucoma. Treatment of glaucoma is directed at maintaining a proper balance of fluid in the eye to decrease the pressure on the optic nerve. Eye drops are used to decrease fluid production or promote more efficient drainage of fluid in the eye. Some people opt for surgery to slow vision loss. Laser surgery can reduce production of fluid or make a drainage hole for the fluid. Microsurgical methods create more drainage for the excess fluid present in the eye, but they are riskier than laser surgery techniques. Although there is no cure, close medical attention can preserve as much of your eyesight as possible. The cause of glaucoma is unknown, but there are several risk factors that increase your risks of developing glaucoma. These include high eye pressure (intraocular pressure-IOP), older age, being of African-American or Hispanic descent or having a family history of glaucoma. Even if you don’t have any of these risk factors, you should still have regular eye exams. Call us today!

    Link: Glaucoma

  • Cornea

    Corneal problems can happen to anyone at any age. If something such as disease, injury, or infection damages the cornea, it can become cloudy and warped. A damaged cornea distorts light as it travels into the eye, affecting your vision. It may even be painful. The smoothness and shape of the cornea is vitally important to its proper functioning, as is its transparency. If either the surface smoothness, or the clarity of the cornea surface is disturbed, vision becomes distorted. Pacific Eye Institute's team of Inland Empire corneal specialists can diagnose corneal conditions and provide the right treatment to protect this important layer of your eyes.

    Link: Cornea

  • Dry Eye

    Most people experience some degree of dry eye symptoms during their lives. Wearing contact lenses can cause your eyes to become irritated and environmental factors (wind, pollution, sun, smoke or dry air inside homes or offices) also play a part in eye irritation. You may only need to remove your contacts and use over-the-counter eye drops to soothe your eyes in these cases. However, when you suffer from chronic dry eye, there may be an underlying condition that is reducing the amount or quality of healthy tear film on your eyes. Our dry eye treatments for Inland Empire patients will depend on the root cause of your condition. Treatments may include: - LipiFlow® Thermal Pulsation System - Punctal plugs - Artificial tears - Prescription eye drops - Lid scrubs - BRUDER Moist Heat Eye Compress - Vitamins - Environmental or lifestyle changes

    Link: Dry Eye

  • PKP

    This is a surgical procedure to replace the normally clear outer surface of the eye called the cornea. There are several reasons that this procedure may be needed. Keratoconus – Progressive thinning of the cornea that creates a distorted and blurred vision. Corneal scar – Any injury or infection can lead to a permanent scar interfering with clear vision. Fuchs dystrophy – A degenerative condition of the cornea resulting in swelling and loss of clarity.

    Link: PKP

  • DSEK

    Traditionally, irreversible swelling of the cornea is treated with a full thickness corneal transplant. New technology has made it possible to remove only the inner lining of the cornea and replace it with donor tissue. This tissue is held in place initially by an air bubble and no sutures are used which leads to a much faster recovery time.

    Link: DSEK

  • DMEK

    This is a new type of partial thickness corneal graft. It replaces only the Descemet’s membrane and endothelium, leaving the patient with a cornea that is closer to its original condition. This results in a quicker recovery time and less refractive shift.

    Link: DMEK

  • Pteryguim Removal

    Pteryguim is a non-cancerous growth on the front surface of the eye and may be caused by UV light exposure, dust, wind and dry eye. It can appear as a pink or red growth on the white part of the eye and may continue to grow towards the pupil. If this happens or begins to cause discomfort, it can be removed. New technologies use donor amniotic grafts and tissue glue which increase comfort and speed recovery time.

    Link: Pteryguim Removal

  • Ectropion and Entropion Repair

    Over time the muscles that hold the eyelids in their proper position can become lax causing the lids to turn either inward or outward. When the lid turns inward (entropion) the lashes rub against the eye causing tearing and discomfort. When the lid turns outward (ectropion) the eye is unable to hold in the tears that keep it moist and leads to reflux tearing and dry eye. Surgery can restore the eyelid to its proper position and is done on an outpatient basis.

    Link: Ectropion and Entropion Repair

  • Blepharoplasty

    Aging changes in the eyelid area can lead to drooping lids, hanging skin, obscured vision and a more tired appearance. These conditions can be corrected for cosmetic reasons or simply to restore clearer vision and can often be covered by insurance.

    Link: Blepharoplasty

  • Ptosis

    The muscle that is responsible for holding the upper eyelid in place can also weaken over time causing the lid to droop, impairing vision and creating an unbalanced appearance. Surgery can tighten this muscle and raise the eyelid.

    Link: Ptosis

  • DCR

    The eye produces tears to keep it moist and this fluid drains through a passage called the nasolacrimal duct system. Sometimes this drainage system can become clogged and results in excessive tearing, acute infection and chronic inflammation. A new pathway can be surgically created that will alleviate symptoms and prevent further infections.

    Link: DCR

  • Chalazion

    The eyelids contain oil glands that can become clogged causing a painful red bump. This can sometimes be resolved by applying warm compresses and an antibiotic ointment. If after treatment, the bump remains, it can be surgically drained and removed.

    Link: Chalazion

  • Basal Cell Carcinoma

    This is the most common type of malignancy and is easily treated when detected early. It appears as a hard nodule with a pearly appearance. If left untreated, it can ulcerate the skin and invade surrounding tissues.

    Link: Basal Cell Carcinoma

  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    While less common than Basal Cell Carcinoma, this cancer can be very aggressive and spread quickly. It can appear as scaly red patches, open sores, elevated growths with a central depression, or warts that crust over and bleed.

    Link: Squamous Cell Carcinoma

  • Melanoma

    Melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer. It most often starts on the skin but can progress to other parts of the body including the eye. It can be life threatening if left untreated but with early detection and surgical intervention, there is an excellent survival rate.

    Link: Melanoma

  • Botox®

    Blepharospasm is a neurological condition that is characterized by the forcible closure of the eyelids. It is not life threatening but can cause great difficulty when driving or performing normal daily activities. Botulinum toxin can be injected into the affected muscles to temporarily paralyze them and restore normal eyelid function.

    Link: Botox®

  • Retinal Detachment

    A retinal detachment is a serious eye condition in which the retina detaches from the back of the eye. This may cause a patient to experience flashes of light, an increase in floaters and a shade or curtain coming over the vision. The retina can be reattached in a variety of ways and can restore vision or preserve vision if detected early.

    Link: Retinal Detachment

  • Vitrectomy

    Vitrectomy is the surgical removal of the vietreous gel from the eye. This may be done as part of a retinal detachment repair to give the ophthalmologist a better view, or to assist in the treatment and clearing of bleeding in the back of the eye.

    Link: Vitrectomy

  • Lucentis

    If the eye contains extra amounts of protein called VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor), it can cause abnormal blood vessels to leak fluid that builds up in the eye and leads to vision changes. Lucentis injections can improve vision and reduce swelling by preventing damaged bleed vessels from leaking.

    Link: Lucentis

  • Avastin

    Avastin also blocks the protein VEGF and can be used to treat several eye conditions: Age related macular degeneration Diabetic retinopathy Central retinal vein occlusion

    Link: Avastin


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