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2015-05-22
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Most cataracts develop slowly.
Having cataracts can be like looking through a frosty or fogged-up window.
When a cataract interferes with a person's usual activities, the cloudy lens can be replaced with a clear, artificial lens. This is generally a safe, outpatient procedure.
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Sharing one of my patient's stories, as well as the cool photo of him and his grandson!!
Cataract surgery!! The difference in my life is night and day. Before surgery I could not see.!! I can even read the smallest line on the eye chart now.
Dr. Dhaliwal made me feel like a human again. I was feeling my way through life , now I CAN SEE MY WAY! 
I feel new again, and reborn. I would advise everyone to see Dr. Dhaliwal. He is a god send. I also want to thank my grandson for coming in from Florida, and taking good care of me. That is him in the photo we both took together BEFORE surgery. Now I dont use glasses anymore. The funny thing is I forget that I no longer need them , but I still reach for them. I guess old habits are hard to break. I had the Restor multifocal lens and now I can see everything. Oh my goodness, I am a new man!
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Please welcome Frank P. La Franco M.D. to our practice.  Dr. LaFranco is retinal specialist & surgeon who is very well known and respected throughout several Chicago and suburban communities.
 
Frank P. La Franco, M.D. earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois, Chicago. He then went to medical school at the Loyola University, Stritch School of Medicine, in Chicago, IL, where he completed his degree in 1971. He completed his internship as well as his Ophthalmology Residency at the Evanston Hospital, Evanston, IL. Dr. La Franco completed his Retinal Fellowship at New York Hospital's Cornell Medical Center in New York, NY under Dr. Harvey Lincoff.
 
Dr. La Franco serves as an Associate Professor at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL. He was appointed Chief of the Division of Ophthalmology and Director of Resident Education for the Evanston Hospital from 1979 to 1999. He is an integral part of the teaching program for the Northwestern's Vitreoretinal Fellowship program.
 Dr. La Franco has contributed to several books and peer-reviewed publications. He has received several awards for his work. Dr. La Franco is board certified in Ophthalmology, a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Illinois Association of Ophthalmology, and Chicago Ophthalmology Society.

Dr. La Franco has presented at over thirty national and international conferences on various retinal topics. He is part of the permanent faculty for the International Tubingen Retinal Detachment courses. 
 
Dr. La Franco brings many years of experience and is a wonderful addition to our practice.
 Please call (773) 775-9755 to schedule an appointment with Dr. LaFranco.
 
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Our experienced physicians will let you know when it may be time for cataract surgery. Remember cataract surgery is an elective procedure. Depending on your cataract symptoms, we may recommend managing the condition with an updated prescription to your glasses or contact lenses. But as your cataracts develop, they may interfere with your freedom to engage in your favorite activities. call our office and schedule an exam if you experience any changes in your vision
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Congratulations to Gigi!! She has been promoted to our new lead receptionist. She is here to help all of our patients have the very best experience at their visits. Gigi speaks fluent Italian and Spanish!!
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Night vision goggles are green because the human eye can differentiate more shades of green than any other color
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By the time a patient is aware of vision loss, the disease is usually quite advanced. Vision loss from glaucoma is not reversible with treatment, even with surgery. Because open-angle glaucoma has few warning signs or symptoms before damage has occurred, it is important to see a doctor for regular eye examinations.
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