Matthew Swanic M.D. is a UCLA fellowship trained cornea and refractive surgeon who specializes in advanced LASIK and cataract surgery. Dr. Swanic believes so strongly in laser vision correction that he had PRK performed on his own eyes in 2010. He is certified on the advanced Visx iDesign 2.0 platform and performs bladeless LASIK using the Carl Zeiss Visumax femtosecond laser at the Las Vegas Eye Institute. Dr. Swanic is also exceptionally skilled at advanced cataract surgery and utilizes advanced technology that can get patients out of glasses at the time of cataract surgery. He uses toric and multifocal lenses of various designs to provide a customized solution for your eyes. He is certified on the J&J Catalys laser for femtosecond cataract surgery.
Dr. Swanic established the Las Vegas Eye Institute in 2013 after being in private practice at a larger group. His goal was to bring the world class eye care that he was trained to provide in Boston and Los Angeles to the Las Vegas Valley. Dr. Swanic was born and raised in Las Vegas and returned home after completing his residency at Tufts Medical Center in Boston and his fellowship in Cornea and Refractive surgery at UCLA’s world renowned Jules Stein Eye Institute.
Las Vegas Eye Institute offers premium lens implants that we custom tailor to your eyes and visual needs. Cataract surgery is an exciting opportunity where we can offer premium toric lenses that can correct astigmatism that you’ve had your whole life or advanced multifocal lenses that can allow you to see at distance and near without glasses. Talk to Matthew Swanic M.D. today, to help you choose the right lens for your cataract surgery.learn more about cataract surgery
LASIK laser vision correction improves the quality of your vision as well as the quality of your life. Las Vegas Eye Institute offers only cutting edge bladeless all-laser LASIK using the advanced iDesign 2.0 system which is custom tailored to your eyes. It can greatly reduce or even eliminate the need for eye glasses and contact lenses. LASIK is quick and convenient, and recovery is fast. Most patients can return to work and normal activities within a day or two, and without having to rely on corrective lenses.
For the best Las Vegas LASIK Surgeon, look no further than Dr. Matthew Swanic of Las Vegas Eye Institute. Contact us today to schedule your free Las Vegas LASIK consultation!book now!
The way you look can greatly affect your confidence. At Las Vegas Eye Institute, we offer cosmetic services that help you feel good and look good!
BOTOX® Cosmetic is an injectable substance used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the face. BOTOX® Cosmetic is the only approved treatment to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines and crow’s feet lines.
If you are interested in BOTOX® Cosmetic, be sure to contact Las Vegas Eye Institue today!
There are a few reasons why you could develop dry eye syndrome. The most common is growing older. By the age of 65, most people will be experiencing some symptoms of dry eye. As we grow older, decreased hormone production can lead to a dysfunction in tear production. Other causes can be certain lifestyle choices, such as smoking, or environmental issues such as being in a dry and windy climate. Even staring too long at a computer screen can cause dry eye syndrome.
Diagnosing dry eye syndrome is not as easy as simply realizing you have dry eyes. There could be contributing factors that need to be examined by your doctor. Contact Dr. Swanic, and the team at Las Vegas Eye Institute today to schedule your exam.
Glaucoma is a disease that causes damage to the optic nerve, which results in permanent vision loss. If you are over the age of 40, have a family history of glaucoma, are nearsighted, farsighted, or of African American or Hispanic heritage, you are more susceptible and should be examined yearly to ensure that if glaucoma develops, it is caught early on.
Glaucoma occurs when the pressure inside of your eye (called intraocular pressure) becomes too high. This increase in pressure is generally due to a build-up of fluid inside of the eye. The increase in pressure causes the eye to press against the optic nerve, resulting in severe and permanent damage.
Schedule an appointment today with Dr. Swanic and his team at Las Vegas Eye Institute today!