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    • We offer unlimited time with our patients
    • During our business hours there will always be someone available to see you
    • After hours contact, for children, with specialist optometrists
    • 6 months of contact lens consultations covered by one bulk fee paid when collecting your lenses
    • We will call you to follow up on the collection of your glasses or contact lenses
    • Our patients have access to online contact lens ordering through our website with free postage.

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    • Recent study shows intraocular lenses not the best treatment option for aphakic babies

      Recent study shows intraocular lenses not the best treatment option for aphakic babies

      About four years ago I published a blog discussing the relative merits of contact lenses or intraocular lenses for unilateral aphakic babies.  This blog was based on a paper in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Ophthalmology which compared the visual outcomes of unilateral aphakic babies optically corrected with contact lenses versus intraocular lenses (IOLs) following unilateral cataract surgery during early infancy.  The study also looked at the efficacy and safety of primary IOL implantation for infantile unilateral aphakia.

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