Witness the beauty of Michigan Summers with our LASIK eye surgery. LASIK can eliminate your need for contacts or glasses and helps you to see the world and all of its beauty. LASIK may be a good option for you if you experience blurry vision, nearsightedness, or farsightedness. If you are a lifelong wearer of contacts or glasses and are seeking a different opportunity, LASIK might be the answer you are looking for. The surgery is relatively quick and extremely common. After the surgery, patients may need to rest their eyes and apply eye drops to achieve the best results.
Our doctors and surgeons are skilled in LASIK surgery and have years of experience to ensure you are in the best hands. We use the most advanced technology and procedures, and our doctors are leaders in their field. Don’t miss out on the beautiful fall colors – take our LASIK Self Test to see if surgery is the right option for you.
Our vision is a critical sense. Vision loss is when there is any deviation in the ability to see. Vision loss can include cloudy vision, blurred vision, blind spots, double vision, tunnel vision, or poor night vision.
Eye symptoms that you might see in addition to vision loss include:
- Dilated pupils that don’t respond to light
- Red, irritated, or itchy eyes
- A white pupil
- Increased sensitivity to light
These things can happen to both eyes or just one and sometimes can be sudden or occur over time.
If you begin to have blurred vision over time, it isn’t always indicative of a severe health risk. Sometimes your vision prescription might be changing. Get to your doctor when you have a chance to get an eye exam and update your vision prescription. You might need glasses or contacts.
Many different factors can cause vision loss. It can be the eyes themselves being damaged or aging. External factors such as diabetes or high blood pressure can also cause vision loss. Of course, any trauma to the eyes or head can cause vision loss as well. Some side effects of medications can even cause or contribute to vision loss, so be sure to tell your doctor everything you are taking.
An ophthalmologist should promptly evaluate any vision loss as it can signify a more serious medical problem or a developing eye disease.
Contact Grosinger, Spigelman, and Grey today for a comprehensive eye exam if you have had any vision loss symptoms.
Today is World Retina Day, which focuses on bringing attention to Retinitis Pigmentosa and diseases similar to that. Retinitis Pigmentosa is a disease that degenerates the rods and cones in the back of the eye where the retina is located. Unfortunately, there is no known cure at the time, but by spreading awareness, we will be able to find a cure one day. To learn more information about Retinitis Pigmentosa click on the link below.
Congratulations to our very own Dr. Grosinger! Nominated by his peers and over 10,000 medical experts, Dr. Grosinger has been named by Newsweek magazine as one of the best ophthalmologists in the United States. This prestigious honor recognizes Dr. Grosinger for his quality of care, continuity of care, and providing the most innovative and revolutionary technology for his patients.
Dr. Les Grosinger is a specialist in the treatment of cataracts as well as laser vision correction.
Demand for professional eye care in the U.S. is expected to increase significantly in the coming years as the population ages. Not only are we collectively growing older, but we’re also working our tired eyes harder than ever before as more and more of our time — both at work and at play — is spent looking at screens. Meanwhile, serious eye ailments, like glaucoma, can lead to blindness, are on the rise. With all that in mind, Newsweek partnered with the respected global data research firm Statista to find the best eye doctors in the country.
IOLs are clear lenses that our ophthalmologists surgically implant on top of the eye’s natural lens which reduces the need for glasses and contact lenses. VIVITY® IOL from Alcon is the newest, most innovative lens on the market. VIVITY® IOL offers the clearest night vision of any range-extending lens and can be used for conditions including cataracts, astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness. Make an appointment and speak with your eye surgeon to see if VIVITY® IOL is right for you.
People are anxious to get out and celebrate. Let’s do it safely. Consumer Product Safety Commission‘s most recent report found that eye injuries accounted for 15% of fireworks injuries. Fireworks can cause burns, corneal abrasions, retinal detachment, and rupture the globe of the eye, which can cause vision loss and permanent eye damage.
Unfortunately, as we age our eyes and vision change just like the rest of our body. It is vital to keep up with your vision health to detect eye disease and help prevent blindness. As we get older, we are more at risk for eye diseases including cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, corneal disorders, and retinal disorders. [Read more…] about Your Aging Eyes
Sometimes we neglect our eyes, even though they are an essential part of our bodies and allow us to view the world. Here are some things you should be doing to help maintain the health of your eyes. [Read more…] about 10 Tips for Healthy Eyes
Cataracts can cause blindness. If you have cataracts, please know it is much more challenging to remove them to restore sight if they go untreated, making a commonplace surgery much more difficult. Early detection and treatment are vital to preserving your vision. Cataract Awareness Month is a great time to schedule a visit with your ophthalmologist. Contact Grosinger, Spigelman & Grey located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan for an appointment today.