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Have you had previous refractive surgery and your vision has diminished over time? You may be eligible for a refractive enhancement! If your vision after surgery isn’t as clear as it once was, please contact us for a consultation to review your options.

Training and Experience Is Everything: Corneal Fellowships

As corneal fellowship-trained eye surgeons, Drs. McCulloch, Duncan and Cason are uniquely qualified to perform surgery on corneas…the part of the eye where most refractive surgery is done! This advanced training is only offered to the best surgeons in their field and has not only prepared them to operate on patients new to refractive surgery but also:

●     Patients who’ve had previous and other types of refractive surgery with reduced results

●     Patients who’ve had refractive surgery complications

●     And even patients who've undergone other types of eye surgery with less than desirable results, i.e. post-cataract surgery

In fact, Dr. McCulloch's expertise is often consulted by other eye surgeons around the state and country.