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Love Your Eyes

Given the great importance most of us place on sight, it would seem to follow that we’d give them the best care possible, but sometimes we get too busy or we forget to do a few simple things than can keep our eyes healthy. For Valentine’s Day, Virginia Eye Consultants... Read More

The Laser Cataract Surgery Difference

Dr. Scoper is one of only a few eye surgeons in the entire country certified to use revolutionary laser technology for the treatment of cataracts, making Virginia Eye Consultants the first practice in Virginia and the 13th in the nation to offer this advanced technology. What is the revolutionary laser... Read More

August is National Cataract Awareness Month

August is National Cataract Awareness Month. Cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye and the leading cause of vision loss in people over age 55. Over half of all Americans will develop cataracts by the age of 70. Each year, nearly 2 million people undergo successful cataract... Read More

Study Shows Cataract Surgery Can Reduce the Risk of Hip Fractures

A recent study shows the risk of hip fractures is greatly reduced for Medicare patients who undergo cataract surgery compared to those who have cataracts, but do not have them removed. The American Academy of Ophthalmology and the Jules Stein Eye Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles, collaborated... Read More

VEC is the First Practice to Perform New LifeStyle Lens Procedure

In continuing to develop a national reputation as a leader in ophthalmology, Stephen V. Scoper, M.D., is the first surgeon in the Hampton Roads area to implant the groundbreaking Higher Power Toric Intraocular Lens (IOL). Now patients with greater than 2 diopters of astigmatism can experience clear vision without glasses... Read More

Restore your clear vision with ReSTOR

Are you finding it harder to focus your eyes while reading or driving? Maybe your vision seems blurry or dim even though you just bought a new pair of glasses. You could write these off as signs of "old age", but they may be likely signs of cataracts. In fact,... Read More

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