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Since 1969 we have specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of a vast array of eye diseases, conditions and problems including, but not limited to, Glaucoma, Cataracts, Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Plaquenil, and Diabetic Retinopathy. Our locations offer vision exams, LASIK evaluations and comprehensive eye health exams, as well as specialized testing. We’re also proud to offer a full Dry Eye Clinic.

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99% SUCCESS in 20/20 or better vision at NVISION

24 hour recovery time

PAINLESS procedure in just a few minutes

Eyecare Associates

100 Mullins Dr Ste B3
Lebanon, OR 97355
541-451-5808

Mon - Fri: 8 AM - 5 pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Lebanon Vision Correction Procedures

Today's life-changing procedures make it possible to improve your vision to 20/20—or better.

LASIK Eye Surgery

LASIK eye surgery corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

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EVO ICL™ (Implantable Collamer Lens)

EVO ICL™ (Implantable Collamer Lens) surgery involves putting an artificial lens in the eye. Unlike RLE, the natural lens is not removed, and the artificial lens is placed between the natural lens and the iris.

EVO ICL™ can correct nearsightedness and astigmatism. It is sometimes referred to as an implantable contact lens.

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Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is a very common and medically necessary procedure to remove and replace the eye’s natural lens when the vision has been clouded by a cataract. We offer laser-assisted cataract surgery and lifestyle lenses as options for our patients.

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Other Procedures

PRK Surgery (Photorefractive Keratectomy)

What is PRK Surgery?

PRK Surgery (Photorefractive Keratectomy) is a type of laser eye surgery that is used to correct refractive errors such as nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. PRK is an alternative to LASIK eye surgery and is particularly suitable for individuals who may not be candidates for LASIK due to certain corneal characteristics.

Overview of the PRK surgery process:

  1. Corneal Epithelium Removal:
    • In PRK, the surgeon begins by removing the thin outer layer of the cornea called the epithelium. This can be done using an alcohol solution, a special brush, or a laser.
  2. Laser Reshaping of the Cornea:
    • Once the epithelium is removed, a laser is used to precisely reshape the cornea. The laser ablates or removes microscopic amounts of corneal tissue based on the patient’s refractive error. The goal is to correct the curvature of the cornea and improve the focus of light on the retina.
  3. Healing Process:
    • Unlike LASIK, where a corneal flap is created, PRK does not involve creating a flap. Instead, the corneal surface is allowed to regenerate naturally. The healing process involves the growth of new epithelial cells over the treated area.
  4. Post-operative Care:
    • Following PRK surgery, patients are given medicated eye drops to aid in the healing process and prevent infection. Recovery may take a bit longer compared to LASIK, and patients may experience temporary discomfort during the initial days.

Key considerations for PRK surgery include:

  • Corneal Thickness: PRK may be a suitable option for individuals with thinner corneas who may not be ideal candidates for LASIK.
  • Occupational Considerations: PRK may be recommended for individuals with occupations or lifestyles that carry a risk of corneal injury, as it eliminates the creation of a corneal flap.
  • Healing Time: The initial visual recovery may take longer with PRK compared to LASIK. Patients typically experience optimal vision several weeks after the procedure.

PRK is a well-established and effective procedure for vision correction, and its suitability depends on individual factors. It’s important to consult with an experienced refractive surgeon or eye care professional to determine the most appropriate laser eye surgery option based on your eye health and lifestyle.

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Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE)

Refractive lens exchange (RLE), is when a clear lens is implanted to replace your eye’s natural lens to correct your vision.

This procedure is often used for pre-cataract patients, as a preventative vision correction solution. Refractive lens exchange (RLE) can also correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

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Corneal Collagen Crosslinking (CXL)

Keratoconus is a progressive disease of the cornea. With collagen cross-linking (CXL), you can halt the progression of keratoconus by strengthening your cornea.

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Dry Eye Treatment

Dry eye is an irritating, painful, and common condition in which the eye fails to properly produce quality tears. When left untreated, it may lead to ulcers and scars on the cornea.

Depending on the severity of your condition, there are a variety of treatments to relieve dry eyes.

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Intacs® Corneal Implants for Keratoconus

The surgical implantation of intracorneal ring segments or Intacs® is a minimally invasive surgical option to improve the corneal shape in patients with keratoconus.

Intacs® are surgically inserted into a thin channel created by a femtosecond laser in the periphery of the cornea. Intacs® is also known as surgical implantation of intracorneal ring segments.

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Pterygium Surgery

Pterygium surgery is performed under topical anesthesia on an outpatient basis.

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Cornea Transplantation

When irreversible damage to the cornea is caused, from either infection or trauma, corneal transplant or Keratoplasty may be the ideal option

Monovision LASIK

When irreversible damage to the cornea is caused, from either infection or trauma, corneal transplant or Keratoplasty may be the ideal option

We Accept Insurance

At NVISION Eye Centers, we work with many insurance companies to provide the best service possible for each of our patients. Below you will find a list of our current providers for this location. Please call us if you do not see your specific provider, as NVISION frequently adds new insurance companies and offers many out of network options.

Accepted Insurances
  • Aetna
  • Eyemed
  • Health Net
  • Medicare
  • Triwest
  • United Health Care
  • VSP
  • OMAP (State Health)
  • IHN (State Health)
  • MODA
  • Regence
  • Tricare
  • Pacific Source
  • Northwest Vision Association
  • Superior Vision
  • MESO: Med Eye Service Oregon
  • FirstHealth
  • First Choice
  • Kaiser

Surgeons at Eyecare Associates

John G. Dodd, D.O is a board certified ophthalmologist specializing in the treatment of Glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, cornea, retina, hypertension and other eye diseases.

Spencer E. Ludlow, M.D. is a board certified ophthalmologist and joined Eyecare Associates in 2014.

Bruce W. Madsen, M.D.

Bruce W. Madsen, M.D., M.B.A.,M.H.A. is a board certified ophthalmologist and has been practicing at Eyecare Associates in Oregon since 2003.

Jessica Norris, OD

Jessica Norris, O.D.

Carli Lancaster, O.D.

Carli Lancaster, O.D.

Elaine Hussey, O.D.

Matthew Knecht, O.D.

Misbah Shafiq, O.D.

Carli Bunn, O.D.

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Lebanon LASIK Eye Surgery

At NVISION® Eye Centers, we provide life-changing results, an exceptional experience, and a lifetime commitment to your LASIK vision correction.

  • Industry-leading surgeons and vision outcomes with more than 2 million successful procedures
  • The most advanced laser and diagnostic technology available
  • Financing available – no down payment, zero or low interest, low monthly payments
  • Free LASIK consultations
  • Use your FSA/HSA balance toward LASIK before it expires in December

Location Information

Eyecare Associates

100 Mullins Dr, Lebanon, OR 97355

(541) 451-5808