How West Boca Eye Center’s Visionary Approach Is Making Eyesight Great Again

Eyesight is the most precious of senses, and one that most take for granted. Until something goes awry, that is. Recent advances in technology have changed vision correction almost beyond belief. In particular, cataract and laser vision surgery is bringing restorative treatment results to patients that surpasses even their wildest dreams.

Cataract surgery and laser vision correction have evolved dramatically over recent times and continue to do so as technology challenges boundaries and moves ever-forward. Today’s latest treatments don’t simply focus on providing a degree of visual improvement. Instead, ministering the most advanced techniques means that the most skilled surgeons can reverse multiple eyesight conditions and return a patient’s vision to near-perfect levels.

Brent Bellotte, MD of the West Boca Eye Center leads a team that specializes in eye surgeries that, for many, provide truly life-changing results.

The Miracle Of Laser Surgery 
While laser eye surgery has been around for decades, recent leaps in technology mean that in the majority of situations it can now reduce or even eliminate the need for any sight enhancement aids, such as contacts or glasses. Minimally invasive techniques utilize slick procedures that can usually be fitted around a regular working day or even slotted into a lunch hour.

Laser surgery corrects sight issues caused by a misshapen eyeball or cornea. These two issues affect how the eye processes light, and therefore vision ends up blurred. Such problems fall into four basic categories: nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and age-related vision deterioration. While laser surgery isn’t currently recommended for the latter, the first three can be treated with spectacular results.

There are two main methods of laser eye surgery. The first is LASIK (laser in-situ keratomileusis), and is the most common option, accounting for 90-95% of such surgeries. The second is known as PRK (photorefractive keratectomy).

What’s so exciting about both of these procedures is that as research and technology advances, so too does the evolution of the surgery. The eye doctors at West Boca Eye Center all avail themselves of the latest training in the most advanced methods, giving the ability to make vision restoration a very real possibility for those who, even a few short years ago, might have been deemed inappropriate for treatment.

Advanced Custom Cataract Surgery 
Cataract surgery is also an area that’s benefitted from massive recent progression. One of the most exciting advances is that of premium intraocular lenses that can now be implanted into the eye. This means that a lens of choice can be determined to suit unique eye characteristics and lifestyle needs, as opposed to the previous option of only a single standard, one-size-fits-all lens.


The crucial aspect of leading-edge cataract surgery is the sheer variety of alternatives now available for eye surgeons to use. What this means for sufferers is that previously inoperable cataract conditions can now be successfully reversed with minimally invasive innovative treatments.

Physician-Led, Patient-Focused 
Headed by Board Certified Ophthalmologist, Brent Bellotte, MD, the West Boca Eye Center specializes in treating every kind of eye condition with state-of-the-art equipment, leading computer technology, and good up-to-date clinical knowledge. All medical practitioners are trained, not only in the latest trends and technologies but are also on point with upcoming theories and advances in ophthalmology that are heading towards reality.

Thanks to this continuing evolution of education and knowledge, the clinic can provide patients with advice and the very latest procedures that can often improve eyesight beyond all recognition. That, of course, can have far-reaching implications into the quality of a person’s life.

In addition to laser and cataract treatments, the center provides cutting-edge techniques to improve other serious eye conditions, including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and laser floaters. For more information about how Dr. Bellotte and his team could treat any individual eye-related condition visit

West Boca Eye Center

West Boca Eye Center

Brent Bellotte, MD of the West Boca Eye Center leads a team that specializes in eye surgeries that, for many, provide truly life-changing results.