Thomas E. Clinch, MD
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate, Cornell University
Medical School, Jefferson Medical College
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Wills Eye Hospital, Fellowship: Louisiana State University Eye Center
Treatments offered at Eye Doctors of Washington
Most popular answers from Thomas E. Clinch, MD
We have both the microkeratome and Intralase at our office. Before we began using the Intralase laser, we had a higher rate of complication with the... READ MORE
Some of my colleagues who perform the LASEK procedure do so b/c of the slight reduction in complications seen (since there is no corneal flap created... READ MORE
Patients who have had RK in the past often look for further vision correction in the future. These individuals do not make good candidates for LASIK... READ MORE
The PRK recovery process takes a little longer than with LASIK. Your surgeon would be most qualified to determine when and if you'll need a... READ MORE
There is a pretty significant difference in your vision following PRK vs. LASIK. After PRK, your vision will typically be very blurry for many days or... READ MORE
I agree with all of the other doctors. It is safe to have laser vision correction surgery after cataract surgery so long as you wait the appropriate... READ MORE
The best way to understand the full spectrum of potential side effects for any surgery is to read the doctor's consent form. We have our consent... READ MORE
TLC has a great reputation. In the DC market, I know there are some very skilled surgeons there. I would ask around your friends, family, and... READ MORE
Sometimes LASIK can induce aberrations or errors as it corrects others. Contact your LASIK surgeon and have them scan your eyes to see what's... READ MORE
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