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It’s Time To Ditch the Glass. See Your Options
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Meet The Davies
A Personal Look At the Life of James DaviesGet To Know the
Does experience actually matter?
(All the advanced tech removes mistakes, right?)
YES! Experience REALLY matters!
My experience with Doctor Davies was so calm and enjoyable. I had no worries during surgery
because of the kind manner by all the staff and the wonderfully distracting humor from Doctor
Davies. The recovery process was much better than I was expecting. The best part is that I wake up
and end my day with perfect vision which has been a nice change to have. I can be active and not
worry about glasses. I also never have to worry about accidentally not packing contacts when I take
a trip somewhere! I will be forever grateful to the Davies team.
For me, surgeries are very scary. But, thanks to Dr. Davies and his wonderful staff my experience
with LASIK surgery was a success! With my new clear vision I feel safe driving both night and day,
at work I can easily adjust to things far from me, and at home I don’t have to wonder where my
glasses are, how many times I’ve dropped them or how scratched they are. The best part? My
recovery was nice, easy, and absolutely pain free. It’s safe to say a huge inconvenience is now
gone. I’m glad I chose Dr. Davies and his friendly staff to walk me through this procedure. I couldn’t
be more pleased! Thank you, Dr. Davies, for your attention, hard work and dedication!
Wife, Mother, Support Rep, Student
Dr. Davies and his staff provide comprehensive eye care to patients of all ages. Our services include
not only small-incision cataract surgery and laser vision correction but also treatments for a range of
conditions such as glaucoma, the diabetic eye, dry eye and macular degeneration.
Regular eye exams are an invaluable tool in maintaining your eyes’ health by detecting and preventing
disease. Some diseases develop slowly without causing pain or vision loss. Early detection of any
problems can reduce the risk of further harm and allow for a choice of treatment options.
Its important that our patients receive only the best treatment options available to correct or improve
their vision quality. Below are the surgical procedures performed by Dr. Davies. We encourage you to
study your options and sit down with Dr. Davies to see if you may be a candidate for one of our vision
Cataracts take many years to develop and do not usually cause problems in their earliest stages.
Cataracts is a common condition caused by the natural aging of the eye. As the lens ages, it stiffens
and clouds causing blurred images and distorted colors. It usually begins around age 50 and
ECP ( Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation) is a procedure that reduces the amount of fluid produced
in the eye which reduces the pressure inside the eye. This treatment helps patients who suffer from
Glaucoma, a condition where excess fluid puts pressure on the optic nerve causing damaged vision.
Astigmatism can be corrected with refractive surgery techniques that selectively reshape portions of
an irregular cornea to make it smooth and symmetrical. The result is that images focus clearly on the
retina rather than being distorted due to light scattering through an irregularly shaped cornea.
Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis or LASIK is a popular laser vision procedure that is performed
in two steps. In the first step, a corneal flap is created using a microkeratome or a laser. In the
second step, an advanced laser reshapes the cornea. LASIK is used to correct nearsightedness,
farsightedness and astigmatism.
There is as yet no outright cure for age-related macular degeneration, but some treatments may
delay its progression or even improve vision. Treatments for macular degeneration depend on
whether the disease is in its early-stage, dry form or in the more advanced, wet form that can lead to
serious vision loss.
Steve The Woodcarver
by Davies Eye | Jul 31, 2013 | Blog
Woodcarvers are a unique breed of any of our modern hobbies. Somewhere along the way, the
idea of transforming a chunk of wood into a work of art took hold and never let go. In Steve
Collinske’s case, he caught the ‘wood bug’ at the age of 28 during a long winter in...
Crystal Clear At 120 MPH!
by Davies Eye | Jul 31, 2013 | Blog
James Noe first fell in love with racing back in 1970 while at a track in Riverside. That is where
a beautiful blue color car caught his eye. He told himself right then if he ever got into racing he
would want that same color car. Having three children to help raise...
Featured Spotlight: Jack Rollins
by Davies Eye | Jul 19, 2013 | Featured Spotlight
Midway All The Way! When we heard that our patient, Jack Rollins was a Yellow Hat (docent)
on the Midway, we thought, “What a great story!” While it’s most interesting that Jack is a
volunteer on the Midway, the real story is how he got there! It was Jack’s friend, Ev...
Dr Davies 4th of July Message
by Davies Eye | Jul 4, 2013 | Blog
As we celebrate our nation’s independence from foreign oppression, we celebrate our struggle to
give our patients independence from the oppressive effects of blinding diseases. But first, a story
from the life of one of my biggest heroes, George Washington, a leader...
So…What Is 20/20 Vision?
by Davies Eye | Oct 3, 2012 | Vision & Cataracts
You May Be Surprised… With all of the complicated terms associated with vision, from
glaucoma pressures to surgical terms, one might think that “20/20 Vision” would have a far more
complicated meaning than it does. In fact, you may be surprised just...
Small Is The New BIG!
by Davies Eye | Apr 10, 2011 | Doctor Articles
In our market-driven world, we’ve grown accustomed to hearing about “Bigger and Better” this
or that, whether we’re being sold margarine, soup or lawn mowers. But what about a “bigger is
better” incision used in cataract surgery? The reality is, “the smaller the...
“I have told all my friends!”
by Davies Eye | Apr 9, 2011 | Testimonials
“I am so glad Davies Eye Center was recommended to me. The professionalism and care given
me was amazing. I have told all my friends about my experience and the wonderful success I
have had with my surgery.” – Cherie Schwartz,...
Good Luck With Lots of Strings Attached
by Davies Eye | Apr 8, 2011 | Featured Patients
Paula’s interest in playing the violin began during her schooling at Catholic school. Sister
Dolarette brought in an eighth grader, Margaret, to play a song on the violin for her class. Paula
said, “I went home that night and said I want to play the violin. That’s how...
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Dr. James A. Davies, M.D. is the Medical Director of Davies Eye Center and The Surgical Eye Care
Center. As a surgical pioneer, Dr. Davies has been recognized as the authority in the field of
cataract and refractive surgery with experience in a wide range of procedures, such as corneal and
anterior segment eye surgery, corneal laser refractive surgery and cataract surgery.
With a special emphasis on the Crystalens accomodating lens implant, he was the first in Southern
California to implant the first generation Crystalens in 2003. In 2008 he was the first in the world to
implant the FDA approved Crystalens HD500. This year Doctor Davies is proud to be 1 of 10 doctors
in the US approved to implant the newest FDA approved lens the Trulign Toric for cataracts and
He has been a part of numerous studies becoming the Lead Investigator for the Crystalens HD 100
and HD 500 studies as well as the latest Trulign Toric study.
Dr. Davies is an innovator, often introducing new technologies in the field of ophthalmology. Over the
years Dr. Davies has been involved in every aspect of cataract and refractive surgery, traveling the
world to learn and teach the latest cataract and refractive surgery techniques. He has presented at
multiple conventions for ophthalmologists, from San Juan, Puerto Rico, New York, Chicago and San
He has extensive surgical experience, having performed over 30,000 surgeries, including over 13,000
cataracts and lens implant procedures.
Graduated from Brigham Young University with High Honors with Distinction and with the University
Scholar designation, and was elected to the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Medical Degree with Honors, Wayne State University School of Medicine
Medical Internship & Ophthalmology Residency, Sinai Hospital/Kresge Eye Institute in Detroit,
Michigan, where he served as Chief Resident
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