Eye floaters are those spots that may appear in your field of vision as part of the natural aging process. They can look like a moving dark speck or a drifting string. Floaters occur as the jelly-like substance (vitreous) inside your eyes becomes more liquid. As the vitreous shrinks, it becomes somewhat stringy, and the strands can cast tiny shadows on the retina.
Until recently, there wasn’t a safe, reliable way to treat floaters. However, Doc Brock now employs a laser technology designed specifically to treat these annoying, drifting, spots. The treatment is a life-changing procedure for anyone who has suffered from the condition for an extended period.
Contact us today to see if this is your opportunity for relief.
"I play golf and my complaint about mono would be loss of depth perception. Close up was never an problem until about two years ago now closer than 18 inches is blurry with no contacts and impossible with it. My goal was to NEVER wear glasses again."
“Great! We’re excited that you want to take the first step toward freedom from glasses and contacts.”
- No charge for initial consultation with Doc Brock
- Find out on the spot if you are a candidate
- Learn about all your treatment options
- The team will answer questions and put you at ease
- Learn about the simple financing options
Not sure if you’re a candidate for laser vision correction? We can let you know in just a few minutes.
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