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Baltimore Eye Surgeon Dr. Anthony Kameen Joins Select Group of LASIK & Cataract Surgery Doctors at Trusted LASIK Surgeons
Date:5/10/2010

his professional experience, including his teaching, research, and practical surgical experience. Dr. Kameen has been trusted and certified by manufacturers to train other surgeons in the use of lasers used in LASIK and other forms of laser eye surgery. For example, Dr. Kameen has trained over 1,000 other LASIK surgeons in the use of the VISX Excimer and IntraLase lasers. Dr. Kameen was the first laser eye surgeon in Baltimore to perform LASIK and later the first surgeon to perform IntraLase and has over 15 years of experience in laser vision surgery, including LASIK, and 25 years of experience in cataract and refractive surgery procedures including lens implants. Having performed over 70,000 LASIK and other laser vision procedures, more than 10,000 lens implant (IOL) procedures and over 10,000 cataract surgery procedures, Dr. Kameen has proven expertise.

Both Baltimore Magazine and Washingtonian Magazines have named him among the "Best in Ophthalmology" and he has also been honored as a Top Refractive Surgeon by the LVCI for ten straight years. Dr. Kameen has earned the respect of his fellow LASIK and refractive surgeons with over 15 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles, 50 videos and podcasts on ophthalmology, and over 100 lectures and presentations on research topics at major meetings of eye doctors.

Dr. Kameen performs laser eye surgery, including LASIK, as well as other refractive surgery procedures on patients with nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism (blurred vision), and presbyopia.

Kameen Eye Associates offers premier patient care, including the IntraLase laser system for "All-Laser" or "Bladeless" LASIK, and Wavefront Based or "Custom" LASIK and PRK In addition, Dr. Kameen offers SBK Advanced LASIK and advanced ocular analysis and Executive Eye Exams. Dr. Kameen offers not just LASIK and PRK (laser eye surgery procedures), but other procedures lik
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