Jackson Eye Associates offers complete comprehensive eye exams, vision treatments, and eye surgery for adult and pediatric patients. We want to be your first choice for vision care. From comprehensive eye exams to complicated eye surgeries or cosmetic procedures, we solve what you can’t see.
Our board-certified ophthalmologists are highly trained and experienced and offer complete eye care for your whole family. Visit one of our three convenient locations, each with an optical boutique offering the latest designer glasses, sunglasses and contacts.
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JEA recognizes June as Cataract Awareness Month. If cataracts are limiting your vision, schedule a visit with JEA. Whether you need glasses or surgery, our physicians will make sure your vision is the best it can be.
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By age 75, half of all Americans have had cataracts. Jackson Eye Associates now offers the most advanced technology to perform cataract surgery, resulting in greater precision with no surgical blades.
A cataract forms when the natural lens of the eye becomes cloudy, and occurs naturally as we age. Traditionally, surgeons use a surgical knife to make tiny incisions to break up and remove the cloudy lens of the eye, which is then replaced with an artificial intraocular lens.
Using the LensX ® Laser, JEA’s cataract team maps the unique contours of each patient’s eye, providing precise measurements and data for a completely customized procedure. Then, using advanced 3-D imaging, the computer-assisted surgery is performed with the laser and no surgical blades. In a space as small as the pupil of an eye, the improved data and accuracy can make a dramatic difference. Those with astigmatism are the best candidates for this procedure.
Thanks to this innovative technology, laser cataract surgery is an outpatient procedure, with improved vision as soon as two weeks and optimal vision as soon as two months after the procedure. We get you back to doing the things you love.
The JEA laser cataract team includes Dr. Robert Mallette, Dr. Philip Smith, Dr. Taylor Smith and Dr. Ken Toler. They are all board-certified ophthalmologists with extensive training in the LensX® Laser system.
If you or someone you love is suffering from poor eyesight due to cataracts, contact Jackson Eye Associates today to learn about your options using the most advanced technology available. Laser cataract surgery, now available at JEA.
Dr. Robert Mallette and Dr. Kenneth Toler of Jackson Eye Associates were recently named Top Surgeons by Sightpath Medical, the leading U.S. provider of on-demand equipment and services for cataract and refractive surgery. This recognition was given to only 65 surgeons nationwide.
The Sightpath Top Surgeons award is based on the demonstration of surgical expertise and a continued pursuit of exceptional patient care through the use of the most advanced technology and surgical techniques.
Jim Tiffany, president of Sightpath Medical, says, "Our Top Surgeons are leaders in the refractive industry and general ophthalmology. They know that having the latest training and technology is critical to achieving the best possible eye care results for their patients. We are proud to help support their efforts to provide superior eye care in their communities.”
Dr. Mallette and Dr. Toler are board-certified ophthalmologists who practice in JEA’s Jackson location. Dr. Toler is a founding partner of JEA and Dr. Mallette joined the practice in 2005.
Plan for pink on Tuesday, September 26th at JEA Optical Boutique. It's our annual trunk show of the trendiest eyewear and sunglasses collections. And, we are presenting this event to benefit fund for the girls. Door prizes all day and 25% off eyewear by our featured Trunk Show designers:
9a-5p Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Prada, Coach, Polo
11a-2p Tiffany & Co., Bvlgari, Valentino, Persol
JEA offers blade-free iLASIK. This procedure is extremely high in patient satisfaction and has proven very effective in treating nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Make an appointment for a consultation with one of our ophthalmologists to find out if this procedure is right for you. Want to know more? Learn more now.