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Pinguecula: What is it and How to Treat it

Pinguecula: What is it and How to Treat it

A pinguecula is a growth that develops on the conjunctiva of the eye. The overdevelopment of tissue is usually yellow and tends to form on the side of the eye closest to the nose. Pinguecula may be small and hardly noticeable, or large and uncomfortable, but this overgrowth of tissue usually happens at a very … Read more

LASIK by Dr. Manger

Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Charles Manger III

Dr. Charles Manger III graduated from the United States Naval Academy with degrees in Math and Nuclear Science and then went to medical school at USC. Dr. Manger completed the LA County/USC Medical Center Ophthalmology Program in 1980. He is a board certified Ophthalmologist and founded Saddleback Eye Center in Laguna Hills, CA where he … Read more

LASIK Lifetime Guarantee

The Truth Behind the LASIK “Lifetime Guarantee”

The Truth Behind the LASIK “Lifetime Guarantee” While a lifetime guarantee for LASIK certainly sounds attractive, the unfortunate reality is LASIK is a surgical procedure, and NO surgical procedure can be guaranteed. Think about it; have you ever heard an orthopedic surgeon guarantee the success of your shoulder surgery? No. So why is there a … Read more

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What’s Behind That SMILE?

What’s Behind That SMILE? It’s human nature to always want the latest and greatest. When the new iPhone comes out everyone rushes to the Apple store to wait in line. Why buy an ordinary gas car when you can get a Tesla? We live in an age where there’s always something newer, always something better, … Read more

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Researching LASIK? Get The True Facts!

Researching LASIK? LASIK is something that is very hard to research on your own. If you simply Google “LASIK”, over 16 million results appear. It’s hard to know what is actually true and what is false information. And, let’s face it, LASIK is a surgical procedure; it’s very technical and highly specialized. Would you even … Read more

Summer Vacay After LASIK Eye Surgery

Summer Vacay after LASIK Eye Surgery with Dr. Charles Manger

Summer Vacay after LASIK Eye Surgery. Finally, summer is right around the corner! Whether you’re planning on relaxing on a tropical beach, exploring historic destinations, or camping under the stars, glasses and contacts can cause unnecessary hassle. How many of you have ever lost your glasses while on vacation, or forgotten your contact case and … Read more

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Good Eye Health – You Are What You Eat

Good Eye Health – Growing up you probably became accustomed to listening to your mom tell you to “eat your carrots, they’re good for your eyes!” Low and behold, she was right! Carrots and other orange colored fruits and vegetables contain Beta-carotene, a type of Vitamin A. Beta-carotene helps to protect the surface of the … Read more

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LASIK Eye Surgery – Did you know..

Did you know…LASIK is much easier than you think it is? Everyday, we have patients come into Saddleback Eye Center concerned that having LASIK eye surgery will be a long and painful process. However, Dr. Manger and the Saddleback Eye Center staff want to assure you that LASIK is, in fact, a very quick and … Read more

Am I Too Old for LASIK?

Am I Too Old for LASIK? One of the most commonly asked questions at Saddleback Eye Center is, “Am I too old to get LASIK eye surgery?” The answer is “No!” Dr. Manger has performed LASIK on people of various ages, from patients as young as 18 to our oldest at 91 years old! For … Read more

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Saddleback LASIK Eye Surgery Center Reviews

One of the most rewarding aspects of working at Saddleback Eye Center is hearing from patients how LASIK has improved their quality of life. From days to years following their procedure, patients have expressed their gratitude to Dr. Manger for helping them gain amazing vision through LASIK eye surgery. Here’s what some of our patients … Read more

Subconjunctival Hemorrhage

Subconjunctival Hemorrhage. Did you know?

Subconjunctival Hemorrhage. The conjunctiva is the clear membrane that covers the white part of the eye, (sclera). It protects and lubricates the eyeball and also allows the eye to turn easily. The conjunctiva contains many small, rather fragile blood vessels. Rupture of one of these small vessels or capillaries results in a subconjunctival hemorrhage. This … Read more

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