Grosinger, Spigelman and Grey Eye Surgeons is participating in a research study (sponsored by a major intraocular lens manufacturing company) to collect data supporting the effectiveness of an investigational intraocular lens compared to an approved, marketed intraocular lens. “Investigational” means that the device being tested has not been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The study involves the surgical implantation of an intraocular lens into both eyes and approximately 7 follow-up visits for up to 6 months after surgery. The investigational lens is designed to provide both intermediate (arms length) and far vision and may reduce your need for glasses. The approved, marketed intraocular lens is routinely used in many offices for cataract surgery. For more information, please call.
Dr. Les Grosinger and Dr. Alan Spigelman are two of the docs recognized from the area as “Best Doctors” by Styleline Magazine. We are honored by their confidence in our practice. This is one of many accolades that the practice has received and we strive to continue providing the best care possible.
Grosinger, Spigelman & Grey Eye Surgeons Offer Breakthrough Cataract Treatments
There are no other eyes like yours. And there is no other cataract procedure like customized laser cataract surgery for your eyes. Grosinger, Spigelman & Grey, in conjunction with the other eye surgeons at the Eye Surgery Center of Michigan , will be the first to perform Femtosecond Laser assisted cataract surgery. We are pleased to offer Alcon LenSx® laser, a bladeless, computer-controlled laser that allows us to plan and perform your surgery to exacting, individualized specifications not attainable with other surgical methods.
By adding computer control to key steps of cataract surgery, the LenSx® laser helps ensure the highest-precision surgical incisions. The LenSx® laser is unquestionably the most technologically advanced option for cataract patients.
Patients also have the option of receiving break through intraocular lenses (IOLs). Monofocal Lens, can only give you clear distance vision – glasses are still needed to see close up. Multifocal lens, on the other hand, can give you clear vision at all three distances, form near to far and everything in-between. Toric lens, treat pre-existing astigmatism at the same time it corrects cataracts, so patients don’t have to undergo two separate procedures. Patients also enjoy improved-quality distance vision.
The more you see, the more you live.TM
Learn more about the life-changing LenSx® laser and Acrysof® lenses by calling our office today.
Grosinger, Spigelman, & Grey announce the introduction of a series of videos providing easy to understand education on a wide array of vision topics. Our website offers over 75 videos in nine vision topics, including: glaucoma, cataracts, macular conditions, and much more. Visit our video gallery today!
Just launched – our new website has all the information you are used to about our practice and much more. We’ve made it easier for you to navigate the website and find the content you are looking for. We also added a whole new section of educational videos on vision care and procedures. Our library has over 75 videos in 9 different topics. Please look around and especially take time to look at our new videos.