“Vancouver’s Premier Refractive Practice”

Dr Greg Moloney

“Vancouver’s Premier Refractive Practice”

Dr. Greg Moloney, MBBS, BSC MED, MMED, FRCSC, Ophthalmologist, Vancouver, BC

Internationally renowned surgeon and innovator in eye surgery.

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Dr. Greg Moloney University of New South Wales – Medicine and later trained at Sydney Eye Hospital in Australia.

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Fellowship training at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in 2010  with Dr. Simon Holland and Dr. David Lin and while working closely with Pacific Laser Eye Centre (PLEC).

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UBC faculty  Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Visual  Sciences and Internationally renowned surgeon and innovator in eye surgery.

SmartSurface Laser Procedure

Internationally renowned surgeon and innovator in eye surgery

Dr. Greg Moloney, MBBS, BSC MED, MMED, FRCSC, Ophthalmologist Vancouver BC SmartSurface Laser Procedure

SmartSurface Laser Procedure Vancouver BC

At Pacific laser eye center we employ the smart surface laser procedure or SLP to correct your vision. If you are considering laser refractive surgery but are nervous or have reservations, you can be reassured the SLP procedure is a no touch, no flap treatment. That is the safest way to correct your glasses now and in the future.

Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) and Vision Correction

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1

Implantable collamer lenses are often used as an alternative to laser-based corneal surgeries.

Explanation:
Implantable collamer lenses are often used as an alternative to laser-based corneal surgeries. This surgery can be an alternative to high-prescription contact lenses or glasses.
2

Implantable collamer lenses are not an option if you have dry eyes.

Explanation:
Implantable collamer lenses can be a good option for people who have dry eyes.
3

Omega fatty acids may help reduce dry eye symptoms.

Explanation:
Omega fatty acids help create an oil layer in the tear film or your eyes. This can help lubricate your eyes and retain moisture.
4

There is no link between dry eye and depression.

Explanation:
Some studies have shown that people with depression may experience more severe dry eye symptoms. This may be due to antidepressants, which can contribute to dry eyes.
5

There is no link between lettuce and eye health.

Explanation:
Lettuce contains vitamin A, which contributes to eye health. Vitamin A may prevent macular degeneration.
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Dr. Greg Moloney, Ophthalmologist, focuses his practice on SmartSurface Laser Procedure

Refractive Cataract Surgery

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RLE Refractive Lens Exchange

Dr. Greg Moloney, MBBS, BSC MED, MMED, FRCSC, Ophthalmologist SmartSurface Laser Procedure

Dr. Greg Moloney talks about vision correction by RLE (Refractive Lens Exchange).} , explains what Refractive Cataract Surgery is and how it can eliminate cataracts and the need for glasses.

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