Cory Bergman, MD
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Driving with Cataracts: What You Need to Know
Nov 10, 2023
While cataracts cause a decline in vision it doesn’t mean you have to give up driving right away. Here are some tips for driving safely with cataracts.
Glaucoma-Friendly Foods to Support Your Eye Health
Oct 02, 2023
Your diet can complement medical and surgical treatments to help manage glaucoma. Here is a list of glaucoma-friendly foods from leafy greens to fatty fish to support your eye health.
How Is MIGS Different from Traditional Glaucoma Surgery?
Sep 01, 2023
If you’ve been diagnosed with glaucoma, here’s a look at the key differences between minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) and traditional surgery methods.
Should I Be Concerned About Seeing Floaters After Eye Surgery?
Aug 01, 2023
Are you noticing dark specs of floating material when you move your eyes? Explore the reasons behind eye floaters after surgery, when to be concerned, and when to seek medical attention.
What to Expect Immediately After Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery
Jul 10, 2023
Experience improved glaucoma management with minimally invasive glaucoma surgery. This cutting-edge procedure helps lower eye pressure and protect your vision. Here’s what to expect after the surgery.
What Are My Lens Options for Cataract Surgery?
Jun 01, 2023
When considering cataract surgery, you also need to decide what type of intraocular lens you want to replace your natural one. Here are the options and how to choose which is right for you.
How to Reduce Pain After Your Glaucoma Surgery
May 12, 2023
Glaucoma surgery helps reduce eye pressure and prevent future vision loss. It's normal to feel some discomfort or mild pain after the surgery. Here’s how to reduce it.
What to Expect During and After Cataract Surgery
Apr 03, 2023
Finding out you need cataract surgery can be scary, but it helps to know what to expect during and after the procedure.
4 Ways to Lower Your Risk for Age-Related Blindness
Mar 09, 2023
Roughly 20 million people in the United States live with some form of age-related macular degeneration. See how you can lower your risk of this disease.
How Does Diabetes Impact Your Vision?
Feb 25, 2023
About 37.3 million Americans have diabetes, which may unknowingly affect their vision. Here’s what you need to know about common eye problems for diabetics.
What is Astigmatism and How Can it be Fixed at the Time of Cataract Surgery?
Jan 01, 2023
If you’re already getting cataract surgery, you may wonder if you can also get your astigmatism fixed during the surgery. Here’s how you may be able to give up wearing glasses or corrective lenses.
What are Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgeries (MIGs)
Dec 15, 2022
Nearly 3 million Americans suffer from glaucoma, the second leading cause of blindness worldwide. See why minimally invasive glaucoma surgeries may be your solution.
What are Multifocal Intraocular Lenses?
Nov 08, 2022
Our eyesight often declines as part of the natural aging process. Modern technology makes it possible to replace the natural lens with an artificial lens to improve sight.
What You Need to Know About Presbyopia and Presbyopia-Correcting Intraocular Lenses
Oct 01, 2022
It’s common for people in their 40s to lose some sharpness in their reading-distance vision, a condition called presbyopia or age-related vision loss. Intraocular lenses offer an alternative to reading glasses for some presbyopia patients.
Cory Bergman, MD
✆ Phone (appointments): 605-203-4268
Address: 2800 3rd St, Rapid City, SD 57701
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