LASIK Eye Surgery in New Jersey Ridgewood, Bergen County, NJ
Norden Laser Eye Associates
1144 E. Ridgewood Ave.
Ridgewood, New Jersey 07450
As a talented New Jersey LASIK surgeon, Dr. Richard Norden has helped numerous patients realize their dreams of clear vision without glasses. Dr. Norden applies his extensive training and experience to every procedure, consistently delivering outstanding vision correction results. After undergoing LASIK with Dr. Norden, most of his patients notice a marked improvement in both their vision and overall quality of life as they are free to explore numerous activities without worrying about foggy glasses or lost contact lenses.
Laser Eye Surgery in New Jersey with Dr. Norden
As an accomplished NJ LASIK eye surgeon, Dr. Richard Norden treats each patient with the utmost attentiveness. His practice is dedicated entirely to laser eye surgery, which means that each patient receives highly customized treatment with state-of-the-art laser technologies. Dr. Norden conducts several presurgical consultations to determine the most appropriate laser eye surgery procedure for each patient. He then carefully calibrates the excimer laser so that it applies the laser energy in a particular pattern. The goal of the laser energy application is to reshape the cornea. By adjusting the corneal shape, Dr. Norden promotes proper refraction of light rays on the retina, which in turn results in clear, crisp images and colors.
Custom LASIK in New Jersey, NJ
As a highly skilled NJ laser eye surgeon, Dr. Norden is proud to offer a sophisticated form of laser eye surgery Custom LASIK. This surgical technique allows him to take into account even the minutest refractive errors, resulting in a treatment that is unique for each patient. During the presurgical consultations, Dr. Norden uses a special mapping device called the Wavefront analyzer to create a detailed map of the cornea. By using this map to program the excimer laser, Dr. Norden can correct higher-order aberrations, such as glare and halos.
New Jersey Monovision Specialist Dr. Norden
Most people notice blurred near vision after the age of 40. The blurry vision is caused by the hardening of the eye's lens, a condition known as presbyopia. Dr. Norden offers an advanced procedure for the correction of presbyopia monovision in New Jersey. During the monovision treatment, one eye is corrected to see far, and the other eye is corrected to see near. After a short while, the brain learns to properly interpret the images coming from both eyes, leading to clear vision at various distances. As a result, most of Dr. Norden's monovision New Jersey patients do not need glasses for most everyday tasks, such as computer work or reading menus.
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