Corrective Eye Surgery and Cataract Surgery Operations

Premier Eyecare and Optical has been helping patients restore their sight for many years. When your eyes need extra care and attention we step in with our experience, advanced technology, and tailored procedures to help return your clear sight. We take the time to understand your eye health concerns and listen to the problems you are experiencing. Premier Eyecare and Optical aims to build you a customized treatment that best fits your eye care needs.

Our corrective eye surgery procedures are safe and reliable and performed by our experienced optometrist. We offer restorative corrective eye surgical procedures for those who suffer from glaucoma, sties, dry eye, and foreign objects in the eye. We also have special laser treatments to help improve your vision after cataract surgery.

Glaucoma Cataracts Styes Dry Eye Foreign Objects



Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty is a simple and safe procedure for those who suffer from Primary Open Angle Glaucoma. The procedure reduces pressure in the eye with several short pulses of low energy light, which stimulates the eyes natural process of fluid outflow. SLT reduces the need for daily eye drops and only takes a few moments to complete.


We offer Laser Peripheral Iridotomy for the treatment of narrow-angle glaucoma. This surgical procedure also focuses on relieving the pressure in your eye when the gap between the iris and cornea begins to narrow. This procedure is an approved and safe method for the treatment of narrow-angle glaucoma.





We employ the Yttrium-Aluminum Garnet cataract surgery procedure to remove the film of protein behind your lens to restore your vision and remove cloudiness. This painless cataract surgery procedure only takes a few moments and will rapidly improve your vision.




Chalazion Removal

Chalazion, or stye, removal is a surgical procedure that removes the sty from your eyelid with a small incision and pressure. The procedure is performed on the underside of your eyelid to avoid scarring and requires minimal time.



Dry Eye

There are many different treatment options for dry eye syndrome including:

  • Prescription or over-the-counter eye drops, ointment, and eye lid wipes
  • Dry Eye relief masks
  • Solid eye inserts that release moisture throughout the day


  • Pelleve

Used to treat dry eye, the Pelleve procedure opens up the tear production gland to increase the number of tears your eyes produce. This is a simple procedure that removes your dry eye irritations. The Pelleve procedure reduces the excess skin preventing your eye from producing tears and tightens the skin around your eyes. Pelleve is considered a cosmetic procedure by most insurance companies and is often not covered, check with your insurance company to see if Pelleve is the right option for you.



Foreign Objects

Foreign Object Removal Surgery

This procedure is focused on removing foreign objects from your eye including metal, glass, wood, or plastic. If not removed these objects can lead to lifelong complications and pain. We build a custom procedure for each patient depending on their situation.