The Eye Institute of West Florida is proud to offer our patients the newest, most advanced technologies and procedures available. Our specialists are often envolved in clinical studies to continue advancing the care available to our patients. The following videos highlight some of the most recent advancements within ophthalmology, currently available at The Eye Institute of West Florida.
Suzanne, a Patient of Dr. Robert Weinstock, Discusses Her Brand New Symfony Lens
The brand new, FDA approved Symfony Extended Range of Vision Intraocular Lens is the first of its kind, providing patients continuous, high-quality vision at any distance. Dr. Robert Weinstock and The Eye Institute of West Florida are proud to offer our patients the most advanced technology available, designed to reduce or eliminate the need for reading glasses after cataract surgery. Suzanne shares her story of seeing through a new set of eyes with her Symfony lens
Dr. Robert Weinstock Discusses the New, FDA Approved Raindrop Near Vision Inlay
The Raindrop is currently available for patients who suffer from presbyopia, an age-related condition where the eye's natural lens begins to harden, causing you to need reading glasses to see your phone or read a newspaper, menu or computer screen. The Eye Institute is also participating in a clinical study for patients who have already had cataract surgery but still struggle with their near vision. If you think you may be a candidate for this clinical study, at no cost to you, please call our Clinical Research Manager at (727) 450-4668.
Dr. Robert Weinstock Discusses New Advancements at The Eye Institute of West Florida
Dr. Robert Weinstock, Director of Cataract and Refractive Surgery at The Eye Institute of West Florida, discusses new procedures available now at The Eye Institute, including the revolutionary Raindrop Near Vision Inlay to get you out of reading glasses and the TECNIS® Symfony Intraocular Lens, designed to provide a continuous, full range of vision.