I can just say Dr. Gulani is the best
Angie H. Occupational Therapist
He is an amazing surgeon
Andrew C. Physical Therapist
Dr. Gulani is very talented and thorough
Rosemary C. Fernandina Beach FL
He has gold heart, gold hands
Svetlana Sarlovska, Latvia
He is not for the Money;
Attrny Lee, Florida
World's best & so personal
Pilot Joe Canada
At GVI, its like family;
Kishan New York
Worth the Travel
Meg Japan
Intensely passionate to make me see;
Anette South Africa
Mo more Dry Eyes
Ruby Hongkong
Its Dr.Gulani at every visit
Raul Portugal
8 years later, still knows my name
Hunter New Mexico
Whole family had amazing outcomes
Juan Puerto Rico
Truly the Surgeon's Surgeon
Dr.Martin Australia
An Artist for your vision
Michelle France
Man of Vision
Times Union
Bruce Lee of Eye Surgery
Dr.Jay Virgin Isles
Mozart of eye Surgery
Dr.Wang Tennessee
I Salute Dr.Gulani;
Dr. Leon Texas
Amazing experience, Out of the WORLD
Brad Prague
Dr. Magic
Judy Ponte Vedra
The World’s Eye doctor
Bay Vietnam
No eye is "Routine" he says
Carl Cuba
Corrected my surgeon’s complication;
Ann Saudi Arabia
Master Surgeon, Teacher, Visionary
Dr.Aphorn Thailand
Impatient to share his expertise
Dr.Mike London
His VISION has no limits
Rafael Brazil
Terrific Surgeon-Caring Human
Yadav Singapore
Gold Heart! Gold Hands!
Svetlana Europe
No Fluff, No Hype- The real thing!
Jolstein Norway
An Inspiration for all
Nora Switzerland
If it can be done, he can do it;
Mel Alaska
Eye surgeon of Movie stars;
Only Dr.G for my eyes
Martha Hawaii
He is Number ONE
Deane Beman PGA tour
daVinci of eye surgery
Susan Germany
No deals, No games, Pasion unleashed;
Dickie Miami
High Tech & High Touch;
Officer Barry Boston
A Beacon in Medicine;
Allan Chicago
Indebted forever
Caesar Mexico
Dr.GQ, Elegance in VISION
Eric DC

Page seven of Articles posted by Gulani Vision Blog

Carolyn from Huntsville, Alabama to GulaniVision! Radial Keratotomy Correction

Created on: Sunday, September 29, 2019

For past 15-20 years, never felt vision prescription was very accurate better/worse was nonsense. Last few years more fluctuations, dry eyes, and cataract growth made vision worse. After evaluation with local eye surgeon I started searching post RK & cataract surgery and found p...

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California to Jacksonville - Fixing Iris Surgery Complications in the NEWS

Created on: Saturday, September 28, 2019

Dr. Arun Gulani is sharing how he fixed a woman's eyesight after she had complications from this procedure. rnrnFor months, this young woman from California said she had physical and mental suffering from a bad iris implant. She said she originally had the cosmetic procedure in Los Angeles, to make her brown eyes green.rnrnWhen she woke up, she said she had blurry vision in one of hers eyes that progressively got worse.rnrnLast week, she had trouble writing and seeing her hands out of that eye. rnrnShe said three surgeons from California and another from Texas were not hopeful for her to regain her vision in this eye. She was referred to Dr. Gulani with Gulani Vision Institute.

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EYE on Bollywood

Created on: Sunday, September 22, 2019

With the excitement of the IIFA Awards in and given what I have learnt from my celebrity clientele both in Hollywood and Bollywood, I thought let's digress from the serious medical stuff and review something that is timely.rnrnNot only are our Eyes the window to our soul but they also are the first, most attractive and engaging elements of our appearance. Where else is appearance of more importance than in the world of movie stars and celebrities? And hence the emphasis on Eyes!

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LASER “ERASER”: Clearing Corneal Scars

Created on: Thursday, September 19, 2019

rnrnThe cornea is the front clear window of the eye and comprises of 5 layers. The shape of this cornea determines the visual error (glasses prescription) for each individual person.rnrn rnrnTherefore eyes with very curved (steep) corneas are myopic (nearsighted), those with flat corneas are hyperopic (farsighted), and football-shaped corneas are astigmatic.rnrn rnrnA healthy cornea is clear and transparent. This is essential for good vision and therefore any loss of transparency from minimal haze to scarring can decrease the vision in that eye.

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LaZrPlastique™: The NextGen LASIK surgery

Created on: Monday, September 16, 2019

Last month, the Wall Street Journal carried a major story on pain and dryness after LASIK surgery warning the local consumers blinded by Lasik deals, “cookie-Cutter”, “One size fits All” LASIK techniques , it is apt that my most important advice and dictum in the world of Lasik be served again.rnrnHaving interviewed all over the nation in different news media, I shared my concerns over the article and educative points for consumers therein, as also for Lasik surgeons.rnrnFirst and Foremost, Lasik is a very successful surgery and millions have been safely executed worldwide. It is imperative though for consumers to understand that LASIK is only one among 20 different Laser Vision Techniques among nearly 40 different Vision Corrective techniques (surgeries to get rid of glasses and contact lenses) among innumerable combinations and permutations. So don’t ask for LASIK, ask for what procedure and technology is right for you.

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“New Carpet over Broken Tiles”: Reversing Past Radial Keratotomy (RK) Surgery

Created on: Sunday, September 15, 2019

Patients with previous RK are presenting with a challenging situation in eye surgery not only because of surgical complexity but also due to patient expectations as people who had these surgeries are typically “Early Adapters”. Fortunately, with technology today, these patients can once again see without glasses.

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Can our Floaters, Float away?

Created on: Saturday, September 14, 2019

Eye floaters; we all have it, well nearly all of us.rnrnFloaters are those very annoying, small moving spots that appear in your field of vision. They may be especially noticeable when you look at something bright, such as white paper or the blue sky or like I mention to patients “when you are looking at nothing”! Because when you look at nothing, you tend to see imperfections inside your eyes.rnrnSo effectively, these floaters could have entertainment value for those of us who are bored with nothing much to do since they do have interesting shapes and flow.rnrnAlright, lets get serious.rnrnThe back of our eye is filled with a clear, jelly like substance called Vitreous. This is made of numerous collagen fibers which with age (and especially if you are nearsighted or have had eye surgery), shrink and accumulate in this vitreous to cast shadows on the retina thus blocking light coming in along that path (hence shadow). So floaters are usually caused by small protein particles called collagen.

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ABU DHABI to Gulani Vision Institute in Jacksonville, FLORIDA: Medical Tourism in The NEWS

Created on: Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Worldwide patients and eye surgeons fly to seek Dr.Gulani's expertise as he custom-designs Laser eye surgery using innovative technology and futuristic algorithms. Dr.Gulani has singlehandedly contributed to Medical Tourism with a global clientele of patients flying in every week. Jack traveled from Abu Dhabi with his complex KERATOCONUS, High Astigmatism, Scars and Cataracts and after Dr.Gulani's LenzOplastique surgery is seeing and that too without any glasses.

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Solving a tough case of Hexagonal Keratotomy - a Feature in Cataract Coach

Created on: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Professor Uday Devgan MD, renowned Los Angeles cataract surgeon at CataractCoach.com teaches the Best Techniques for Cataract Surgery. He elected to show a patient from our institute as a teaching case.

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In the Eye of the Storm

Created on: Monday, September 09, 2019

“Be like the EYE of the storm, focused yet calm and aim for perfection”. A state of mind I suggest to all surgeons when I train them to handle complications of fellow eye surgeons.rnrnWith a practice that sees Lasik and Cataract surgery complications from all over the world for over two decades, I became familiar with the emotions and expectations of patients and their surgeons when facing a complication they either did not anticipate or handle well in surgical ability or personal compassion.rnrn

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Taking to RED out: Sparkling Eyes In Spring & Summer

Created on: Sunday, September 08, 2019

As spring and summer approach, we are constantly warned about the dangers of increased sun exposure. Dermatologists caution us about melanoma. Doctors urge us to remain hydrated during outdoor activities but there is really not much a hue about another very distressful condition that increases in incidence with sun exposure- Pterygium.rnrnIncreased and consistent sun exposure especially in tropical and sub-tropical climates can lead to an eye condition where a yellow-red lesion called pterygium can appear and progress on the white of our eyes.

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Radial Keratotomy: Slice & Shape to VISION!

Created on: Saturday, September 07, 2019

rnMany of you have inquired of me regarding Radial Keratotomy so I shall devote this month’s column to what I recently taught at the National Conference for Eye surgeons held in California as a Pending Refractive “Epidemic”rnrnBy naming it so; I have alerted eye surgeons to the fact that thousands of patients who have had Radial Keratotomy (RK) in the 1980s are now seeing their vision deteriorate either from a progressive farsightedness over time or associated aging situations like cataracts.

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TELESCOPE in the Eye !

Created on: Friday, September 06, 2019

US FDA recently approved a miniature Telescope lens implant for patients with end stage Macular degenerationrnrnLets revisit the anatomy of the ye in relation to this breakthrough innovation.rnrnThink of the macula as the most sensitive part of the retina. I like to explain the retina as the “Film” of the camera. Over time, with age and with other associated factors like genetic preponderance, smoking , systemic diseases including high blood pressure etc, this macular area which is the center of our visual field degenerates and hence affected patients miss the central part of any picture they are seeing. This condition called “Age related Macular Degeneration” or AMD is the leading cause of blindness in the United States of America.

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Keratoconus: Think Outside the CONE

Created on: Thursday, September 05, 2019

rnrnWith introduction of collagen cross-linking, combination surgeries become a possibility wherein some early cases of keratoconus can also avail of laser vision surgery (not LASIK but LASIK-like laser vision surgery without making a flap) and then be cross-linked in a staged manner.rnrnIn summary then, instead of “Sentencing” advanced keratoconus patients to a lifetime of “Vision Imprisonment”, we can now offer them new generation technological advances in laser vision surgery, custom cataract surgery, Intacs surgery, ICL surgery including combination surgeries to a truly achievable goal of “Vision Freedom”.

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Sjogren’s Syndrome: Not a Candidate, not Anymore!

Created on: Wednesday, September 04, 2019

With the completion of Sjögren’s Awareness Month, I recently spoke at a focus group meeting at the American Academy conference on treating these patient’s dry eyes and in many cases offering them the possibility to safely and effectively become candidates for vision corrective surgery to see without glasses and contact lensesrnrnSjögren’s (“SHOW-grins”) is a systemic autoimmune disease that affects the entire body. Along with symptoms of extensive dryness of the eyes, other associated symptoms could include fatigue, chronic pain, major organ involvement, neuropathies and lymphomas.

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Congratulations! you have CATARACTS.

Created on: Sunday, September 01, 2019

A cataract is the clouding of our natural lens within the eye. Very much like the graying of our hair, a cataract most commonly is an age related change and not a disease.rnrn rnrnVery much like the lens in the camera, you are born with a clear and soft natural lens which over time (with age) becomes cloudy and hard and is now called a CATARACT. Since this cataract was a lens to begin with, it needs to be replaced by an artificial Lens implant.

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Football & VISION: The ASTIGMATISM Connection

Created on: Thursday, August 29, 2019

Astigmatism can be diagnosed during your routine eye exam in most cases but advanced diagnostic technologies like Focused Keratometry , Corneal topography (very much like the earth’s land topography or shape),3 dimensional tomography and refraction (Glasses or contact lens prescriptions) can further detail the specifics towards measurement, type of astigmatism and treatment modalities. These technologies also help rule out any pathology like Keratoconus that may be associated with Astigmatism.

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LASIK Eye Surgery: OPEN your Eyes: What You Really Need to Know

Created on: Sunday, July 07, 2019

LASIK has become a household name for eye surgery and though extremely successful, complications and side effects can occur.rnrnSince I specialize in repairing complications for Lasik eye surgeons worldwide, I was asked to help explain the recent surge in articles in major news media and its impact on both, patients and Lasik surgeons alike.rn rnSo as I was returning back after speaking at the World conference, I penned my thoughts on my long flight back home to give you the most current update on this surgery that pretty much is a household name today and whose impact can be felt on someone in your home or next door neighbor

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Gulanisms for Eye Surgeons:

Created on: Sunday, June 02, 2019

Gulanisms for Eye Surgeons: Be indebted to each patient; forever! Anyone can be a surgeon; be an Artist! Treat each patient like family and feel their pain; then fight like you are invincible. It's warm in the Huddle of mediocrity. Though lonely, it is cool at the top Don't stamp on ...

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Happy Thanksgiving from GulaniVision

Created on: Thursday, November 22, 2018

Happy ThanksGiving! Its been our Privilege to help the World see.

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Radial Keratotomy (RK) Cases | "Showing It Like It Is" GulaniVision Series | RK + Previous Lasik Fuchs Dystrophy

Created on: Thursday, November 15, 2018

The "Showing It Like It Is" Series continues with Dr. Gulani in the condition of Radial Keratotomy

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Radial Keratotomy (RK) Cases: A New Carpet Over Broken Tiles

Created on: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Dr. Gulani advises patients to not be disheartened by the scars or the number, pattern or irregularity of radial keratotomy cuts – achieving excellent vision in these eyes is possible using refraction-based, laser corneoplastique.

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JAPAN TO GULANIVISION! Radial Keratotomuy Corrected!

Created on: Friday, November 09, 2018

JAPAN TO GULANIVISION! RK Corrected! Radial Keratotomy (RK) Corrective Cases: “Sharing Our Vision” GulaniVision Series

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Radial Keratotomy (RK) Cases: Showing It Like It Is: Resure Glue in Cataract Surgery

Created on: Thursday, November 08, 2018

Dr. Gulani "showing it like it is" with a video on Resure Glue during an Radial Keratotomy (RK) / Cataract Surgery combo

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Surgical Correction of Presbyopia

Created on: Monday, November 05, 2018

Dr. Gulani details how he corrects patients with Presbyopia with his surgical tips and techniques

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Fixing Lasik Complications: Part I

Created on: Sunday, November 04, 2018

Dr. Gulani featured in the KhaasBaat Publication discussing fixing Lasik Complications

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Patient Karen Z. Is Thankful for a Gift of Vision from Dr Gulani

Created on: Monday, November 20, 2017

John and i were sharing time with one of our favorite doctors Dr. Arun Gulani after Johns 6 months exam. We were sharing how we are thankful for his excellence and that the end result after his surgery gave each of us a life quality change 16 years ago John begin to investigate ...

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Dr. Gulani Speaks at American Academy of Ophthamology Conference 2017 #AAO2017

Created on: Thursday, November 16, 2017

Dr. Gulani Speaks at American Academy of Ophthamology Conference 2017. Sharing his Vision for the World. Inspiring colleagues, Mentoring future eye surgeons and challenging Industry norms. #aao2017

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Listen to Dr. Gulani with NASA Scientist discuss Eye Safety during Historical Solar Eclipse

Created on: Friday, August 18, 2017

Listen to Dr. Gulani with NASA Scientist discuss Eye Safety during Historical Solar Eclipse

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Dr. Gulani Speaking at Advanced Refractive Congress

Created on: Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Dr. Gulani Speaking at Advanced Refractive Congress and was filmed by Dr. Nate Schramm

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Doctors find 27 contact lenses in woman's eye

Created on: Monday, July 24, 2017

A 67-year-old woman scheduled for routine cataract surgery in November thought it was just dry eye and old age causing her discomfort, she told her surgeons. But what doctors at Solihull Hospital in the UK found to be the real cause of her discomfort was much more concerning: 27 contact lenses, stuck in the woman's right eye in a "blue mass."

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CORNEAL SCARs to 20/20

Created on: Tuesday, June 27, 2017

The worst insult from a complication of any cornea based surgery including Lasik/Contact lens infection/etc is a corneal scar. Corneal scar can blind people.rnrnThe traditional thinking for a corneal scar has always been to get rid of it and the tissue that contains it ie. Corneal transplant. When looking at a corneal scar, our inherent mindset is : “There is the culprit. Let’s eradicate it.” Numerous diagnostic technologies are then deployed to “Understand the scar and its obviously criminal impact on Vision”.

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Radial Keratotomy (RK) : Shape the Slice to VISION!

Created on: Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Patients with previous Radial Keratotomy (RK) are presenting with a challenging situation in eye surgery not only because of surgical complexity but also due to patient expectations as people who had these surgeries are typically “Early Adapters”.rnFortunately, with technology today, these patients can once again see and in many cases without glasses or contact lenses

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What Is Keratoconus? Dr. Gulani Explains

Created on: Sunday, June 11, 2017

Keratoconus is a genetically involved condition of the eye where the front clear window of the eye, the Cornea undergoes continued change in shape leading to distorted vision and in many cases can progress to blindness.rnrnKeratoconus belongs actually to a spectrum of similar extreme shape disorders like Keratoconus, Keratoglobus, Pellucid Marginal Degenration (PMD). A similar pathology can also be surgically caused as a LASIK surgery complication (Lasik Ectasia).rnrnDespite this condition being prevalent since centuries, even in present times the only treatments offered to most patients is a highly interventional corneal transplant surgery (where the distorted cornea is replaced by a cornea form a human donor eye) and the only non surgical offering is a hard (many a times uncomfortable ) contact lens.

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Gift of Sight for Worldwide Patients: Beyond Lasik; In the NEWS

Created on: Tuesday, January 17, 2017

rnPatients from Germany, London, Los Angeles, Tennessee and Miami traveled to Dr. Gulani this week to seek his advanced Laser Corneoplastique techniques that can be performed on patients who are told they are “Not Candidates” for Lasik surgery.

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Corneal Scars to Vision: Dr. Gulani & American Academy

Created on: Friday, January 06, 2017

Dr. Gulani discusses his approach to managing corneal scars, incorporating the entire spectrum of vision corrective surgery to deliver customized vision to each patient. Dubbed “corneoplastique,” the technique is based on 5 principles: brief, topical, aesthetically pleasing and visually promising.

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Dr. Gulani Interviewed on Air: Feel his Power, his Passion!

Created on: Thursday, June 30, 2016

Dr. Gulani Interviewed on Air: Feel his Power, his Passion!

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Keratoconus as refractive surgery: Thinking outside the ‘cone’

Keratoconus as refractive surgery: Thinking outside the ‘cone’

Created on: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Author: Gulani Vision

Keratoconus as refractive surgery: Thinking outside the ‘cone’: Adapting a planned approach for taming keratoconus presentations to 20/20

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9000 miles for Cross Linking + Laser: Keratoconus to 20/20

Created on: Thursday, June 16, 2016

Sultan used to be an accountant in his native Saudi Arabia, but the eye disease Keratoconus forced him to retire. rn"Also with glasses, I cannot see," said Sultan.rnSearching for sight, he sold his suburban and traveled from Saudi Arabia to Jacksonville.rnDr. Arun Gulani of the Gulani Eye Institute will perform the procedure, "In Europe I have been doing this for over a decade," said Gulani. He said now that the FDA has approved Collagen Cross Linking patients like Sultan will see their eyesight improve dramatically.

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From West Coast for ICL

Created on: Thursday, June 16, 2016

Dr.Gulani's concept of Think Outside the "CONE" where he takes Keratoconus patients straight to excellent vision like in the case of these two physicians (Twins) who had Keratoconus, High Nearsightedness and Astigmatism

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Thank you Ocular Surgery News for honoring Dr. Gulani

Created on: Thursday, June 16, 2016

Thank you Ocular Surgery News for honoring Dr. Gulani as being a leading innovator in the field of Refractive Cataract Surgery!

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LASIK and ICL Patient shares her GulaniVision Story

Created on: Friday, March 18, 2016

Patient Ameeta shares her story of eye surgey with Dr. Arun Gulani having Lasik, Cornea Transplant, and ICL.

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Garrett Can Now see 20/20 - he has GulaniVision!

Created on: Thursday, March 17, 2016

Garrett C. shares his story after eye surgery with Dr. Gulani.

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Dr. Gulani and the Saghir brothers In the News

Created on: Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Once legally blind, the Saghir brothers have better than 20-20 vision after procedure with Dr. Gulani

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Ulla Shares How She Can Now See Without Glasses!

Created on: Monday, March 14, 2016

Ulla Caswell shares her story about being able to see without glasses thanks to Dr. Gulani.

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Tynee has an EYE Opening Experience at GulaniVision

Created on: Friday, March 11, 2016

Tynee Loper Horton speaks about her eye opening experience with Dr. Gulani at Gulani Vision Institute

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Dr. Gulani wishes a patient a very Happy Birthday!

Created on: Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Dr. Arun Gulani helps celebrate the birthday of patient Esther Ballack.

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ICL Surgery in the News

Created on: Tuesday, March 08, 2016

Dr. Gulani discusses ICL Surgery in the News.

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Ruth Shares her Success Story after Dealing with Cataracts and Fuchs Disease

Created on: Saturday, March 05, 2016

Ruth Ann Fleming Jackson, a patient of GulaniVision and Dr. Gulani, shares her experience dealing with Cataracts and her success story after cataract surgery.

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Carmen calls Dr. Gulani the BEST Ophthalmologist in the World!

Created on: Thursday, March 03, 2016

Patient Carmen B. speaks about her experience at GulaniVision and says Dr. Arun Gulani is the Best in the World.

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