Eye floaters, vitreous floaters, or moving shadows in your vision? Whatever they have been called, Vitreous Floater Solutions is the only medical practice (in the world!) exclusively treating these eye floaters. Eye Floaters can be treated despite what your doctor may have told you. Dr. James H. Johnson is a pioneer in the use of an ophthalmic YAG laser to treat these thickened densities in the back of the eye. These moving shadows affect the quality of vision and the quality of life for those suffering them.
Many people are told that “nothing can be done” for their eye floaters or that they “should just learn to live with them“. One of our patients, a competitive trap shooter of 40 years, was told by his doctor he should get a new hobby! It makes more sense to get rid of the floaters than to change your lifestyle or stop doing the things you enjoy.
If you are a floater sufferer or an eye doctor, you may have been taught that eye floaters are an inevitable aging effect that we must suffer though. We will show you the potential for relief and how floaters can be treated:
- with rapid recovery, and
- with relatively low risk
We will explain what floaters are, the pros and cons of various treatment options, and how the laser interacts and destroys the floater material without affecting other parts of the eye. We will try to differentiate who is a good candidate and who is less likely to be successfully treated. There is more information about floaters and their treatment here than you will find anywhere else on the web. Watch the first few minutes of this unedited treatment video to see an actual treatment performed by Dr. Johnson. It shows a very distinct and obvious central axis floater being obliterated by a precisely focused FDA approved ophthalmic laser. The narration is by Dr. Johnson in real time while he is doing the procedure. We think you will find it interesting., compelling, and convincing…
In just a few minutes of treatment, there is a noticeable and significant improvement in the clarity and quality of that vitreous fluid. The patient noticed an immediate improvement in the quality of vision and subsequently, the quality of life. We do not feel that someone should suffer distracting and annoying moving shadows in their vision for the rest of their life just because the ophthalmology profession, the pharmaceutical industry, and device manufacturers don’t seem to think vitreous floaters are worth their time and efforts.
So what really are you waiting for? Life is too short to suffer the indignity and annoyance of constantly moving shadows in your vision. In this modern era, we should have higher expectations for the quality of our lives rather than just be expected to endure eye floaters for the next few decades. It all starts with a simple phone call to our scheduling service (24 hours a day) at 949.253.5770
Before you call to request information about procedure fees or information about medical insurance coverage, please visit the following links where this information is explained in detail: