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Presbyopia is the slow, natural, and progressive loss of near vision that takes place with all men and women as they reach and surpass the age of 40.

Astigmatism is a very common visual impairment that is caused by the unique shape of the cornea. Most astigmatism can be fully corrected.

A common vision impairment, myopia (most commonly referred to as nearsightedness) makes it difficult for individuals to see things that are far away.

Hyperopia (farsightedness) is a vision condition that describes the ability to read or see objects that are far away but not those that are nearby.

Dry eyes have multiple causes and symptoms, including chronic redness, irritation, and blurred vision. Dry eye is common and often chronic.

When floaters affect your vision and daily life, Dr. Tendler at ART Vision can treat the problem through a variety of advanced treatment options.

ICLs (or Phakic intraocular lenses) are inserted into your eye to minimize the need for glasses or contacts. They are an alternative to LASIK or PRK.

LASIK is a very popular and effective form of laser vision correction surgery. It minimizes the need for glasses or contact lenses.


Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a common form of laser vision correction surgery. It is highly effective and minimizes the need for glasses.

RLE replaces the natural lens of your eye with one that can help minimize glasses for distance and/or near vision. A great option for ages 50+.

Cataracts are a common eye condition that occurs as patients age. Dr. Alison Tendler is experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of this condition.

Cataracts decrease your quality of vision. To see clearly again, Basic Surgery replaces your natural lens. Glasses are then used for best vision.

Advanced cataract surgery is a minimally invasive, effective cataract removal procedure that uses cutting-edge technology for surgical precision.

Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure used to lift the upper and/or lower eyelids. Excess skin is reduced to improve both appearance and function.

Ptosis repair surgery raises the height of a droopy eyelid. A heavy lid is most commonly caused by weakened or stretched muscles of the upper eyelid.

Eyelids that are turned inward (entropion) or outward (ectropion) may cause irritation and/or tearing. Surgical and nonsurgical methods can help.

Dr. Tendler is skilled in performing minor surgery to treat multiple eyelid conditions (ie. chalazion, lumps/bumps, trichiasis, and excess tearing).

Dr. Tendler is experienced to treat many cornea and conjunctival-related conditions through a variety of advanced treatment options.

A partial-thickness cornea transplant involves removing only the damaged part of the cornea and surgically replacing it with donor cornea tissue.

A keratectomy is a surgical procedure used to improve vision. Performed with or without a laser, an unhealthy layer of the cornea is gently removed.

Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery is most commonly used during cataract surgery to help decrease or even eliminate the need for glaucoma drops.

Dr. Alison Tendler is experienced and equipped to recognize, diagnose, and treat the early and advanced stages of the eye disease glaucoma.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.