At Griffin & Reed Eye Care, we believe in a personal approach to ophthalmology and optometry and stay away from assembly-line type practices. It’s important for our patients to see us during each step of their LASIK surgery experience as well as having access to our entire team. We see fewer patients, so we can spend more time with each individual and thoroughly assess their eye care needs. Learn more about why cheaper isn’t better when it comes to laser vision correction ...Read More
Griffin & Reed Eye Care Vision Information
Providing crystal clear vision to Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom, & nearby areas of California
LASIK complications are extremely rare, but our eye doctors believe it's important for you to know what to watch out for after your LASIK surgery. We worry about three complications following your procedure:
- Flap complications
Our eye surgeons continuously work to better the experience and safety of our patients. We make sure you see your eye surgeon for your pre-op and post-op appointments to ensure your LASIK...Read More
The eye doctors at Griffin & Reed Eye Care are dedicated to the safety and health of our patients. When Dr. Seydel joined our team, one of his first patients was a man suffering from headaches. During the eye exam, Dr. Seydel noticed an eye disease that ultimately saved the patient's life. Learn more in the video above.
Schedule your eye exam at Griffin & Reed Eye Care today at (916) 485-2020. We provide...Read More
Our eye doctors at Griffin & Reed Eye Care offer several options when it comes to cataract treatment. We can determine the right course of action for you during your cataract consultation. Some of our cataract options include:
- Regular lens implants
- Premium implants that minimize astigmatism
- Multifocal lenses for better distance, intermediate and near vision
- Traditional cataract surgery
- Laser-assisted cataract...
Vision loss or blindness is a big fear for many of our Roseville and Sacramento patients. In fact, some of our patients who have had heart transplants or other life-threatening surgeries admit that they are more nervous to have LASIK vision correction than they were for their previous surgeries.
Our eye doctors realize that eye surgery can be an intimidating experience, and we make sure to thoroughly evaluate and get to know each patient before we go forward with laser...Read More
Trading your prescription glasses in for contact lenses is a liberating moment. Contacts give you the freedom to play sports and enjoy uninhibited eyesight. Dr. Moreno is an optometrist at Griffin & Reed Eye Care who personally understands the value of contact lenses.
Dr. Moreno knows the burden that often comes with wearing glasses and enjoys seeing first-time contact lens wearers react with amazement. She makes sure...Read More
The aging process causes your near vision to slowly degrade once you turn 40. Many of our patients over the age of 40 wonder what their options are for LASIK eye surgery. You have a few choices for vision correction, which are outlined in the video above. These options include:
- You can have LASIK eye surgery performed on both eyes to correct your distance vision, but you will still need reading glasses after 40 and computer glasses in your 50s.
- You can have...
Every form of surgery carries with it some risk of complications or problems. The ideal eye surgery offers minimal risks with optimal results, and our laser surgeons believe that blade-free, all-laser LASIK offers exactly that. All-laser LASIK eye surgery minimizes the potential complications associated with the LASIK procedure.
Learn more about the benefits of blade-free LASIK surgery in the video above, or call us at...Read More
At Griffin & Reed Eye Care, we offer “20/20 vision from your LASIK surgery or your money back” because we are confident in our eye surgeons’ abilities to give you the best vision correction possible. You can learn more in the video above.
If you’re ready to correct your vision, contact our eye surgeons today at (916) 485-2020 to schedule your LASIK consultation. Griffin & Reed Eye Care serves patients in Roseville, Sacramento and...Read More
Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world. They typically come on after age 45 and progress slowly. You likely won’t notice any vision changes until you have problems passing a driving test or watching television. We look for early signs of cataracts during eye exams and can give you back your vision through cataract surgery. Many of our patients see 20/20 after surgery and no longer have to rely on glasses. Learn more about the benefits of...Read More