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Happy New Year | Our Year in Review

Happy New Year. Here’s our year in review. LASIK and Raindrop are more popular than every. For our cataract patients, Symfony IOL can help you see both at distance…and near.


Myopia | Nearsighted not Nearsightless

What’s the difference between nearsighted, myopia and normal vision? Nearsighted or myopic vision is often corrected with LASIK. Here’s how.


What is a Comprehensive Ophthalmologist?

What’s a comprehensive ophthalmologist? Shilpa Rose, M.D. is our comprehensive ophthalmologist and dry eye specialist. Read what she does!


Use FSA Funds to Save Money on LASIK and Raindrop

Have an FSA? Use your FSA funds to reduce your out-of-pocket costs for LASIK, Raindrop Near Vision Inlay or other vision correction procedures. Here’s how!


New Gene Therapy Cures Blindness

New advances in gene therapy may lead to curing certain forms of blindness. Read about this fascinating and exciting scientific breakthrough.


What is Vision Correction?

Cataract surgery and LASIK are commonly known vision correction procedures. Do you know how they work?


New Washington Office “Under Construction”

Our DC office has moved to the Barlow Buildling in Chevy Chase. This is what we are doing at of the most advanced medical centers for your vision!


Find the Best Cataract Surgeon for You

Finding the best cataract surgeon for you may not be easy, but here are few talking points you might ask your friends, family…and the doctor.


New Wash DC Office!

We have relocated in Washington DC only. We still maintain our convenient Richmond, Va and Charlotte Hall, Md offices. Please come visit!


Mark Whitten MD Walks the Walk | How LASIK Improves Golf Game

I was amazed how “free” my own eyes felt after having LASIK. I never knew how bad my eyes felt, but I had no idea how it would improve my golf game.


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