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Happy to announce our new facility opening July 1st.
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Dr. Andrew Moyes on cataracts and cataract surgery.

For more information about the Premium Lenses we offer for cataract surgery please call our office or visit our website!

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Dr. Andrew Moyes and his beautiful daughter, Maggie, at the Father Daughter Dance, hosted by Diane's School of Dance.
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Give her the gift of a lifetime this Mother's Day... give her LASIK from Moyes Eye Center!
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Here is a picture of a patient who had LASIK surgery today. This picture was taken 20 minutes after the procedure. As you can see the eye looks amazing clear so soon following the procedure.
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Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the United States. It is often referred to as the "sneak thief of sight"! To learn more about glaucoma and its' the signs and symptoms click the link below! 
http://www.moyeseye.com/kansas-city-glaucoma/what-is-glaucoma

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Haiti: Sabrina readies this patient for his exam.
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Update from Haiti!

And so there were! With parts of our troop still enjoying winter weather up north, the iTeam got rolling today. It is a logistics exercise to open an eye clinic and operating room complex in one day. With 45 "employees" and 30 translators finding positions, then ushering in 75 patients makes for some try-retry moments. Fortunately, by the time we got the process started, we began to make sense of it. There were 12 surgery cases, all cataracts.

Monday we should be up to speed. We will also integrate 20 members who should be part of things by then. It is such a beautiful swirl of talent and accommodation as we work together. The hearts of our team are willing.

The mission is hurting for water. On the drive in Friday, we were told no rain had fallen for a long time. Turns out the water level fell below the inlet, which is 70' below us. Like sucking on a straw that is above the drink level - no drink. We need rainfall to get water within reach. We do have drinking water and some purchased water for other purposes. Bucket baths, that saves water.

We had some non-eye excitement when a man with a machete wound in his left shoulder was brought in for repair. Dr Sheila cleaned him up and stapled the wound. The Lord seldom wastes a resource like an ER doctor!

Tomorrow we will worshiped get a vacation day at the beach or hiking or just resting. We pray your day is tranquil and holy!

M Lancaster

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A BIG thank you to all of our patients who donated their old glasses for our trip! You are all giving the gift of sight! #passiton #payitforward #haitimission #haiti2014
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