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Experience and Expertise Makes the Difference for Eye Doctor Dr. Abrams

Abrams Eye Institute takes care of your eyes.

No one wants to be heading to the ER with an injury of any kind; however the piece of mind that comes from knowing the team that will greet at the hospital you is highly trained in emergency situations offers a silver lining.  For patients of Dr. Jack Abrams, at the Abrams Eye Institute, they enjoy the benefit of seeing an eye doctor with years of ER expertise without the visit having to be an emergency.

Dr. Abrams is, and has been, a long time on-call eye surgeon for many local hospitals. He brings years of experience helping patients with a wide range of eye injuries get immediate care with a plan for long-term healing set in place from the first minute he assesses their injuries at hospitals including Sunrise Hospital, Mountain View Hospital, and Southern Hills Hospital

With that in mind, there are many benefits to having your primary eye care professional and surgeon, like Dr. Abrams, seeing you for all of your eye care and eye surgery needs. This comes from his experience from working in extremely challenging situations related to the eyes for everything from regular checks ups to precision surgery.  A few other benefits of having an ER physician as your primary eye doctor include:

Diagnostic and Surgical Skill Development: During his numerous hours in the ER, Dr. Abrams has seen just about every kind of eye injury and trauma possible. In assessing injuries and implementing immediate treatment, he’s built a wealth of knowledge to where anything he sees he can quickly diagnose and precise surgical care. Those hours of surgical work under heavy stress help make procedures like Laser LASIK and Laser Cataract surgeries. It is that skill and experience that leads new eye technology and surgical technology providers to rely on Dr. Abrams to test their new procedures and bring them to the public long before other practices.

Calm and Compassion: While taking care of patients in the ER, Dr. Abrams has taken care of countless patients in a high-stress environment.  While working in conjunction with other surgeons and health care providers to help patients in life threatening situations, Dr. Abrams has gained a perspective that allows him to assess any challenges with a calm and compassionate demeanor. This bedside manner puts patients at ease, no matter if they’re getting a regular check up or having a surgical procedure. This is especially helpful for those that don’t like visiting a doctor.

Minor Emergency Care– Anytime there is a serious issue with the eyes, Abrams Eye Institute insists that patients visit an ER immediately. For more minor issues, such as discomfort from scrapes, stuck contact lenses or anything else related, the team at Abrams, led by Dr. Abrams, can help find a solution to resolve your issue at any of our Southern Nevada clinics.

Abrams Eye Institute Can Help

In addition to being trained for eye emergencies, the team at Abrams Eye Institute can help you keep on top of your eye care with regular eye exams to ensure your eyes are healthy, as well as any eye surgery needs you may have. Call Abrams at 702-304-9494 to see how our award-winning service can help you. Abrams Eye Institute has clinics in Southwest Las Vegas, Henderson and Pahrump.

The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.