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The Eye Center's Goal is to provide the Latest Vision Procedures for People Wearing Glasses
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The Eye Center
8/28/2022
Dr. Clary shares the latest vision procedures that help to enhance vision for people who’ve been dependent on eye glasses and contact lenses.

Columbia, South Carolina, August 28, 2022 – The Eye Center has been at the forefront of providing comprehensive eye care in South Carolina and surrounding regions. Its goal is to offer the latest eye care procedures to help people who cannot see without contact lenses or glasses. Some of its breakthrough vision procedures include Thin Flap Lasik, Epi-Lasik, PRK CK, Corneal Transplant, AST, PRELEX, and Cataract Surgery.

"Our Center has certified ophthalmologists with high levels of skill and experience to conduct successful eye operations," said Dr. Clary. “We are committed to excellence, and we work with utmost dedication and compassion towards our patients. The center focuses on delivering high-quality care to ensure our clients are satisfied. We have state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge equipment, and sterile technique. We also provide superior services and stringent safety measures to protect patients."

The Eye Center offers many other services, including treating eye emergencies, conducting diabetic eye exams and healthy eye check-ups, and managing glaucoma. It also offers an in-house dry eye clinic. The center's full focus on quality medical care has recorded top-notch clinical outcomes. Patients are treated to upscale eye care experiences at all times.

To the Eye Center, the patient is always a priority. They have courteous staff who treat patients with compassion.

Some of its latest breakthroughs in vision treatment include;

  • Kahook Dual Blade: This is one of the latest technologies in treating glaucoma. It is a high-tech ophthalmic blade that helps to treat glaucoma through goniotomy. Goniotomy is a procedure performed to remove diseased tissue that blocks fluid from draining out of the eye. 


Surgeons perform Kahook Dual Blade to treat glaucoma. The procedure helps to release intraocular pressure using targeted incisions.

  • iLink Cross-Linking: This is a minimally invasive procedure that uses ultraviolet light and special eye drops to strengthen and stiffen corneas weakened by refractive surgery or disease. It's a standard care for corneal ectasia and progressive keratoconus performed after refractive surgery.


The Eye Center keeps up with the latest innovations in vision correction to help patients eliminate the need for contact lenses or eyeglasses. Its treatment options offer high-tech solutions that ensure long-term outcomes.

About The Eye Center

The Eye Center is the leading refractive practice in South Carolina, providing full service eye care and specializing in Refractive Surgery – Lasik, AST, PRK, PRELEX, as well as Corneal Transplant and Cataract Surgery.

Contact Details:

The Eye Center, P.A.
1655 Bernadin Avenue, Suite 100
Columbia, South Carolina, 29204
Phone: 803-256-0641
Email: info@eyeseenaturally.com
Website: https://www.theeyecentersc.com/

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