- WELCOME TO MISISSIPPI VISION CORRECTION CENTER
- UNDERSTANDING CATARACTS
- MEET OUR DOCTORS
- PREMIUM LENS IMPLANTS
- WHAT IS AN OPHTHALMOLOGIST
At Mississippi Vision Correction Center, we are committed to providing custom eye care to every patient with the highest level of service and commitment to excellence. Our experienced surgeons utilize the most advanced technology available to care for your eyes throughout all stages of adult life. Our surgeons perform custom cataract and refractive correction procedures, and we also provide treatment for a wide variety of eye diseases and disorders. Please call for an appointment to discuss which custom eye care solution may be right for you.
Cataract patients now have an option to see at both near and far distances after cataract surgery. Individuals suffering from cataracts previously had only mono-focal lens implant options after surgery. Now, multi-focal and astigmatism correcting IOL technology can now decrease dependence on glasses after surgery.
Dr. William M. Aden, Dr. L. Brannon Aden, and Dr. Christopher C. Evans are dedicated to providing custom eye care solutions for each of their patients in a warm and friendly environment while utilizing the most advanced technology available. We offer services in general ophthalmology, cataract surgery, refractive surgery and glaucoma management.
With its unique, patented optic design, the Acrysof Restor lens implant allows patients to experience the highest level of freedom from glasses ever achieved in IOL clinical trials. If you have astigmatism, now you can choose a Toric lens to correct astigmatism with the lens implant instead of having glasses for distance vision.
An Ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who is trained in traditional medical school and then in a residency focused on diseases of the eye and all types of surgical procedures for the eyes and eyelids. Ophthalmologists have the ability to provide total eye care. Optometrists are trained through specialized schools in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of vision and refractive problems of the eye, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Optometrists are also trained to fit glasses and contact lenses and to prescribe aids for low vision, such as glasses and contact lenses. Optometrists are generally also trained to recognize specific disease states in the eye and to treat a limited number of eye conditions.