Advanced Micro-Incisional LASER Cataract Surgery
We provide cutting edge LASER technology and intraocular lens options to fit all our patient’s visual desires.
Dr. Josephson will spend time with you to go over all the options related to your cataract surgery to ensure that your INDIVIDUAL VISUAL NEEDS are met. We take TIME and INTEREST in you as an individual to make sure that the options you select fit your lifestyle. It is not one size fits all. You only go through this once, you should be in the most caring and able hands you can be. If you have any questions please call or email us today.
Advanced LASER Refractive Surgery (LASIK, PRK, Intraocular Contact lenses)
Even if we drive the same car, anyone on the beltway can attest we do not all drive the same. In the same way not all lasik surgeons operate the same and you want to be in the hands of someone who is on the cutting edge and specializes in refractive surgery.
Dr. Josephson is unique that prior to coming to Northern Virginia years ago he spent a Fellowship year in San Diego training with the originators of the technology. He has done and seen it all and is happy to continue to bring this particular art to the Fairfax, Prince William, and Loudoun area. He has been performing advanced LASER LASIK Surgery for many years in the Northern Virginia area with world-class results and satisfaction. Come see in a new way.
If you have any condition requiring advanced care please schedule an appointment with us.
As a Fellowship Trained Surgeon, Dr Josephson is able to offer the full range of cornea management and surgery. We evaluate and treat, Keratoconus, Corneal Ectasia, Corneal Dystrophy, Fuchs Disease, Irregular Astigmatism, Corneal Erosion, Corneal Abrasion, Corneal Laceration, Conjunctival disease, Conjunctival neoplasia, Limbal Stem Cell Disease, etc.
Advanced Dry Eyes Management
We offer treatment from artificial tears to serum tears to scleral lenses and we will take the time to diagnose what is causing your dry eyes and provide an invidualized approach to your disease
Dry Eye management is an art not a science” – Anonymous
This is why it is important that your doctor take the time to listen to your symptoms and work in a step-wise approach to have you feeling and seeing the way you should.
Age related Macular Degeneration (AMD) comes in many forms and is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness in the elderly 65 and older population. Recently advances in research have given eye specialists the ability to slow progression and even prevent some of the devastating sequelae of AMD. Anyone with a family history or approaching their 60s should be screened. Please see more at the following link.
Did you see that? Flashes and floaters are a very common symptom that patients describe at all ages for many different reasons. The cause can range from common age changes to retinal detachment and vision loss. The only way to know the cause and possible treatment options is to see a qualified eye physician and have a detailed eye exam. You will be glad you did.