Cataracts cloud the natural lens in the eye and, without treatment, will lead to vision loss over time. To restore your vision, our ophthalmologists perform a wide range of cataract treatments at our Oklahoma City, OK facility. Using some of the latest technologies and high-quality equipment, we are able to treat cataracts and get you back to seeing clearly.


Laser cataract surgery is an innovative, faster way to treat cataracts, breaking up the cataract with less effort and thus causing less corneal swelling. Laser cataract surgery generally allows for fewer complications and a shorter recovery period compared to alternative approaches.

CATARACT Procedures

Most cataract procedures involve surgery where we replace your natural clouded lens with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). The artificial lens is customized to fit your eye and will feel and look like your natural lens while enhancing your vision.


Premium intraocular lenses, also known as premium IOLs, are used during cataract surgery to replace the natural lens. Premium IOLs are put in place to treat additional vision complications, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and more. During your consultation with our best-in-class ophthalmologists, we will help you establish which lens would be best for your vision needs.


Sometimes after having cataract surgery, your vision will start to become cloudy again. This can happen weeks, months, or even years after cataract surgery. In these cases, our ophthalmologists may suggest a capsulotomy. During this procedure, your ophthalmologist will remove the clouded artificial lens and replace it with a new one.


Glaucoma occurs when fluid builds up in the eye, causing intraocular pressure to increase. This can damage the optic nerve and may result in vision loss and even blindness if not treated in a timely manner. At Surgery Center at Meridian Park, our Oklahoma City, OK ophthalmologists offer a variety of glaucoma surgery treatments to help you take control of your eye health.


Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, better known as MIGS, is a group of procedures that uses advanced and minimally invasive technologies to treat glaucoma. When performing MIGS, our ophthalmologists aim to reduce eye pressure in order to minimize your chances of vision loss. We perform several MIGS procedures where we aim to diminish the likelihood of complication and create a shorter recovery period.

Laser Peripheral Iridotomy

Laser peripheral iridotomy (LPI) is a closed-angle glaucoma treatment. Closed-angle glaucoma occurs when an individual’s iris blocks their eye’s drainage angle, leading to pressure buildup, which can happen rather quickly. During this procedure, our goal is to create an opening in the angle so fluid can drain adequately. Typically, we will do this by creating a hole in the outer edge of the iris. This procedure has a great success rate in lowering eye pressure and is generally very low risk. Our Oklahoma City, OK ophthalmologists can help you determine if you are a candidate for LPI.

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

Selective laser trabeculectomy (SLT) may be performed if you have open-angle glaucoma. This procedure is performed to lower eye pressure. SLT is often suggested when eye drop medications are not sufficiently lowering eye pressure. During SLT, our ophthalmologists aim laser energy at the trabecular meshwork in order to stimulate drainage.


The cornea is an integral part of the eye — it keeps dirt and germs out of the eye and refracts light, allowing you to focus. If anything happens to the cornea, such as damage or disease, it can create issues with your vision. At Surgery Center at Meridian Park, our ophthalmologists perform a variety of procedures to treat cornea conditions so you can properly focus.


Limbal relaxing incisions are often performed on individuals who have astigmatism. This state-of-the-art procedure makes an incision at the outer edge of the cornea (the limbus) in order to “relax” the curvature of the cornea, making it more round. This procedure can eliminate the need for glasses or contacts.


At Surgery Center at Meridian Park, our Oklahoma City, OK ophthalmologists perform a wide range of laser eye surgeries to help optimize your vision and eye health. By utilizing these state-of-the-art, minimally invasive procedures, you can expect faster treatment, quicker recovery, and less downtime.

Floater Treatment (Vitriol Treatment)

Vitreous floaters, commonly just called floaters, are dark spots in the vision. Eye floaters are generally made up of vitreous gel or clumps of cells that create these spots, circles, or lines in the vision. While most people will experience floaters at some point in their lifetime, if they start affecting your vision, we may suggest floater treatment, during which we’ll use a laser to break up the clumps of gel or cells and restore proper vision.

Glaucoma Treatments

Glaucoma occurs when an individual’s eye pressure is uncontrolled, leading to damage of the optic nerve. While glaucoma may not cause symptoms right away, it can become a serious issue if left untreated. If you have glaucoma, routine checkups are vital to ensure your eye pressure is not increasing. We offer several glaucoma treatments at our Oklahoma City, OK surgery center to maintain your eye health and proper vision.