"I have never seen a Doctor and staff that were as caring of their patients as The Hughes Eye Center."
Tina Childress
"I'm very pleased with my ReSTOR lenses.  My only regret is not having my surgery sooner.  Wonderful doctors and staff, A+"
Robert McCullar, Jr
"The people at Hughes Eye Center are the best! Courteous, efficient, good listeners and willing to take time to deal with my questions. I highly recommend their services!"
Scott Myatt
"The staff was phenomenal and the results incredible!!"
Jesse Avery
"Everyone was very friendly and professional from the receptionist to the doctor.  I was seen at the time my appointment was scheduled, and all of my questions were answered."
Patricia Faulkner

Technology

Advanced technology and cutting edge innovations have significantly improved patient care and visual outcomes in recent years. The Hughes Eye Group is proud to offer advanced technology to provide you with up to date evaluation and treatment options. Read below to find out more about the technology used in our clinical and surgical locations.

ORA with VerifEye

The ORA system is used in the operating room to provide real-time measurements of the eye during cataract surgery. The ORA real-time data allows your surgeon to make fine tune adjustments in lens power and positioning at the time of cataract surgery. This technology provides more predicable visual outcomes, confirming that the chosen lens implant will provide the absolute best power possible for the eye.

iTrace

The iTrace is an instrument that combines aberrometry and topography to create corneal images and measurements of the eye. This is used in the office for treatment and management of corneal disease, as well as creating a treatment plan for the eye prior to cataract surgery. The iTrace evaluates the eye for aberrations, or irregularities in the way light focuses in the eye.

Pentacam

The Pentacam is a rotating camera that takes detailed topography images and measurements of the cornea, the front surface of the eye. This test gives thousands of measurements of the eyes within seconds. The pentacam is used in the treatment and management of corneal disease, as well to create a precise treatment plan prior to LASIK, PRK, or cataract surgery.

IOL Master

The IOL Master is available at each clinical location to obtain axial length and corneal curvature measurements of the eye prior to cataract surgery. These measurements are necessary to help determine which intraocular implant power is necessary for the eye.

OCT

Optical Coherence Tomography is utilized to evaluate many structures of the eye, including anterior segment, optic nerve, and retina. This test is commonly used to assess glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration. The OCT provides detailed images and measurements of the eye to help your doctor determine a treatment plan and evaluate for progression of ocular disease.

Fundus Camera with Fluorescein Angiography

The fundus camera is useful to document changes or progression of ocular disease over time. This instrument is also used in conjunction with fluorescein angiography to assess the severity of retinal disease, which will aid your doctor in determining a treatment plan for the eye.

Yag Laser

The YAG (or Nd:YAG neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet) laser is available at several of our clinical locations. This laser is most often used to perform a yag capsulotomy, which is a procedure commonly done after cataract surgery when a clouding of tissue develops as the eye heals. This laser is also used as treatment for certain types of glaucoma.

SLT Laser

The Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty laser is used in office for the treatment and management of certain types of glaucoma. In some cases, this laser may be used periodically if glaucoma is not adequately managed with eye drops alone.

Pascal Retinal Laser

This Pascal Retinal laser is used in office for the treatment and management of many retinal diseases. It is commonly used by our retina specialists for management of diabetic retinopathy and many other retinal diseases.

Wavescan

The WaveScan is a scan of the eye used to customize and guide the laser during LASIK surgery. WaveScan technology aids in the alignment of the eye as well as in mapping a customized, blended treatment zone on the cornea. WaveScan assisted LASIK surgery results are much more precise and effective than standard laser eye surgery results. Find out more about custom refractive surgery procedures at The LASIK Center of Jackson.

Femtosecond and Excimer Lasers

The femtosecond laser is used in bladeless LASIK procedures to create a flap in the corneal tissue during the first steps of LASIK surgery. This new technology replaces the need for a blade, or microkeratome, which was once used in first generation LASIK procedures. After a precise flap is created, the excimer laser reshapes the cornea according to the desired treatment. We are proud to offer all laser, bladeless LASIK with The LASIK Center of Jackson.

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