The Eye Surgery Center
8905 Fairview Rd.
Silver Spring, MD 20910
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ReVista Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery

The Eye Surgery Center is proud to offer a premium upgrade from traditional cataract surgery—the first laser technology approved by the FDA for the treatment of cataracts.

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Welcome to The Eye Surgery Center!

The Eye Surgery Center is a state-of-the-art surgical center located in Silver Spring, Maryland, just outside of Washington D.C. The surgeons, nurses and technicians of The Eye Surgery Center are eye surgery professionals with one clear purpose: to provide you with the highest quality eye care available in an environment where your comfort and convenience are our highest priority.

We encourage you to learn more about our surgeons, who are some of the most talented and experienced ophthalmologists you can find. In fact, several of our doctors were recently honored at “Top Docs” by Washingtonion Magazine. We congratulate the following doctors on this honor:



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Omega 3 Fatty Acids Help Prevent Eye Disease 8/12/2014 : We want to eat low-fat foods, we try to reduce saturated fat intake and we exercise to burn fat. Did you know that fat is actually important in our diet and our eyesight would suffer if we did not have enough fat?  
New School Year, New Eye Exams! Have Children’s Eyes Checked Before School Begins 8/5/2014 : Children’s eyes change dramatically as they grow, and so it is important to have their eyes checked frequently. Children will perform their best in school when they can see clearly.  
Could Google Glass Be Bad for Your Eye Health? 8/1/2014 : Although this portable piece of technology provides unmatched convenience, the constant upward movement of the eyes places users at increased risk for eye strain and fatigue. Another concern is visual confusion.