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Aloha Laser Vision Is First to Offer Light Adjustable Lens (LAL) in Hawaii

Aloha Laser Vision is once again first in providing the most advanced vision correction technology to its patients. Our board-certified ophthalmologists, Alan Faulkner, MD and Neda Nikpoor, MD, have now performed many successful cataract and refractive lens exchange (RLE) surgeries using the RxSight™ Light Adjustable Lens (LAL). This revolutionary intraocular... Read More

Hawaiian Eye Foundation Holds Third Annual Cataract Days

Free Cataract Removal Surgeries for Qualified Patients HONOLULU, March 15, 2019 (Newswire.com) - In 2017, the Atherton Family Foundation committed to a five-year sponsorship of Hawaiian Eye Foundation’s Statewide Cataract Days program. This year, along with sponsorship by Friends of Hawaii Charities and Dr. Alan Faulkner of Aloha Laser Vision,... Read More

What Does It Mean When Your Vision Is Blurry?

Blurred vision can be related to various things, but in many cases, it is a sign of a refractive error like nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. Another common cause of blurry vision is presbyopia, which is an age-related condition many of us will experience within our lifetime. However, clouded or “milky”... Read More

Dr. Faulkner Introduces the Innovative miLOOP™ Device for Cataract Removal

Aloha Laser Vision’s Medical Director, Alan Faulkner, MD, is among a select group of leading eye surgeons with early access to an exciting new cataract removal device called the miLOOP. The innovative miLOOP instrument offers a gentler approach for breaking up cataracts during surgery. Compared to the conventional phacoemulsification technique,... Read More

How Much Does Cataract Surgery Cost?

Without surgical intervention, patients with cataracts typically continue to experience a decline in vision clarity that leads to blindness. At Aloha Laser Vision, our eye surgeons do not want the price of cataract surgery to prevent you from receiving the care you need. Consequently, we accept many types of medical... Read More

Do I Have Cataracts?

There are three major types of cataracts: subcapsular, nuclear, and cortical. Though these three forms affect different parts of the eye’s natural lens, all forms of cataracts can lead to vision loss or blindness when not properly treated. While some types of cataracts exhibit symptoms early on, not all patients... Read More

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