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Eye Treatments Kansas City

We can treat kerataconus, nearsightedness, corneal irregularities, astigmatism, and other eye conditions with advanced implants and sophisticated surgical techniques.

Medically Necessary Contact Lenses – Hope for the Most Difficult Corneas

Medically necessary contact lenses can provide functional vision for patients who may otherwise not see clearly in glasses or cosmetic contacts. These lenses are custom designed for your eye and require an evaluation and fitting process. Click more info below to learn how medically necessary contact lenses may work for you.

Pterygium & Pinguecula Surgery

Pterygia and pingueculae are conditions that affect the front surface of your eye. They can cause a variety of symptoms including irritation and blurred vision. Dr. Cavanaugh has a long history of successfully treating both conditions. This section will detail topics including what these conditions are and how they are treated.

Dry Eye: The Most Common Cause of Ocular Irritation

Dry Eye Syndrome (DES) or newly referred to as Dysfunctional Tear Syndrome (DTS), is a common condition that affects as many as 20 million people in the United States. Drs. Cavanaugh and Jaynes are specialists in dry eye treatment for people with mild to severe forms of dry eye. Once it is suspected that a patient has Dry Eye Syndrome, some confirmatory tests are used to aid in diagnosis and to tailor  your dry eye treatment.

Blepharoplasty - Relief for Droopy Lids

Dermatochalasis causes droopy eyelids and is a bothersome condition that can affect your vision and the way you look. Learn more about your treatment options for this condition.

Latisse - Lush, Beautiful Eyelashes

LATISSE® is a prescription treatment for hypotrichosis (inadequate or not enough lashes) to grow eyelashes longer, fuller, darker.

Prokera: Renewal for Damaged Eyes

PROKERA sutureless amniotic membranes are used by physicians all over the world to treat eye conditions including: corneal scars, chemical burns, corneal defects, partial limbal stem cell deficiency, and many other ocular surface conditions. They promote healing in the eye while simultaneously protecting the surface.

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Cavanaugh Eye Center

Phone: (913) 897-9200

6200 W 135th St
Ste 300

Overland Park, KS 66223


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