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At the Dr. Méndez Vision Institute we have the opportunity to contribute to our home state by creating the best technology for our clients in Baja.


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Eyestrain or eye fatigue (Presbyopia) has been treated for many years at the Dr. Méndez Vision Institute. One of the most frequently used treatments to this day is the implantation of a LenSx-assisted multifocal lens.
A cataract is the clouding of the eye lens. The lens plays a crucial role in sight; light rays travel to the eye, through the pupil and then through the lens. The lens allows the light rays to focus on the retina (a layer of light-sensitive cells lining the back of the eye). 
Laser in-situ keratomileusis or LASIK is the most advanced and modern refractive surgery requiring no hospitalization. The surgery is performed to treat nearsightedness or myopia (poor distance eyesight), hyperopia or farsightedness (poor up-close eyesight) and astigmatism (distorted images).

Currently, this is a very popular technique due to the following advantages: Painless, visual recovery is almost immediate and discomfort is minimal.

Pterygium is a benign skin growth of pink, fleshy tissue that forms on the conjunctiva and the sclera (the white part of the eye), sometimes reaching the cornea (the front window of the eye that covers the colored iris and pupil), thereby affecting vision and physical appearance of those suffering from this condition.
Approximately one in two thousand people suffer from keratoconus (a corneal dystrophy, which causes the cornea to thin). The cornea is the transparent tissue on the frontal surface of the eye. This progressive thinning deforms the cornea causing dramatic changes in vision and treating impacting the lives of patients suffering with this condition.

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