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To Our Valued Patients,

With the evolving situation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, effective immediately, we will be suspending all non-urgent eye care. Moreover, any non-emergent or elective surgery will also have to be postponed. We will continue to remain open for patients with urgent and emergent concerns only. It is important to us to keep these patients out of the emergency room so our healthcare heroes on the front lines can be available for the patients that need them the most.

Our staff will continue to answer calls and scheduling appointments to the best of their ability.  In addition, if appropriate, Dr Patel can be available for telemedicine visits via online video chat. If you would like to schedule a telemedicine appointment with Dr. Patel, please call our office first to determine eligibility and to obtain an appointment time. Instructions for how to connect to the telemedicine appointment will be given at that time.

We hope to see you back in our office in the not too distant future. Stay safe and stay healthy!

The Turner Eye Institute Team

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Bay Area Keratoconus Web Site Complete

Keratoconus is an eye disease that effects roughly one in a thousand people. While it is rare, people who are affected can feel that they are helpless against the progression of the diesease. It cause a gradual loss of vision as the cornea thins and weakens. Vision becomes distorted and often untreatable with either glasses or contact lenses.

Dr. Stephen Turner is an expert in corneal treatments and has extensive experience in treating and repairing damaged and weakened corneas. While people with keratoconus cannot have LASIK treatment, there are other options which are available that can help people suffering from keratoconus.

A new web site, www.helpkeratoconus.com, is available to answer people’s questions about keratoconus. This web site can provide valuable information. Even more importantly, Dr. Stephen Turner can provide a detailed examination to determine the best method for helping deal with your keratoconus. Please browse through the pages and find added information on dealing with keratoconus.

If you or someone you know is suffering the effects of keratoconus call Turner Eye Institute at 1-800-339-2733. One of our trained counselors can help you set up an examination with a trained expert in keratoconus. You can also make an appointment through the web site or email us at info@turnereye.com.

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