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ANDERSON & SHAPIRO

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Dr. C. Joseph Anderson, Dr. Michael B. Shapiro (co-founders), and Dr. Nicole Anderson-Weiss, of Anderson & Shapiro Eye Care in Madison, Wisconsin, have created a venue like no other – Anderson & Shapiro Eye Care is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the precious sense of sight. Our mission is to provide comprehensive eye care of the highest quality and to serve each patient with compassion and understanding. Anderson & Shapiro Eye Care is committed to delivering exceptional patient care services by offering state-of-the-art technology, world-class clinical services, and a patient experience that is unrivaled in southern Wisconsin.

According to Dr. Anderson-Weiss, "In our private practice setting we are able to offer a more personalized approach to patient care. From our friendly staff to our skilled surgeons, we want to make each patient feel comfortable and know they are getting the best possible care." Dr. Shapiro firmly believes they have created an atmosphere which supports patients as individuals, not numbers. Their altruistic views encourage them to continually advance their educations and to consistently reside on the cutting edge of technology in order to provide the most effective and innovative services for their patients.

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Tired of Glasses or Contacts? LASIK changes the shape of your cornea using a laser to correct your vision and create clearer, brighter sight.

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Cataract surgery removes the clouded lens and replaces it with a synthetic Intraocular Lens (IOL) to restore your vision. Premium IOLs are available that can reduce or eliminate your dependence on glasses following the procedure.

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The retina is a layer of light-sensing cells that line the back of the eye. As light rays enter your eye, the retina converts the rays into signals that are sent through the optic nerve to your brain, where they are recognized as images. Retinal conditions, such as Macular Degeneration, can lead to visual impairment.

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