Eva Liang, M.D., creates better vision using advanced technology.
For Dr. Liang, improving eyesight for Southern Nevadans drives her work at Center For Sight, a leading eye care practice with multiple offices in the area.
“Witnessing the transformation in someone’s life and seeing the enjoyment and confidence people get from being able to improve their vision is extremely satisfying,” said Dr. Liang.
Dr. Liang serves Las Vegas as a board-certified ophthalmologist and refractive surgeon. Center for Sight, her ophthalmic practice, specializes in advanced laser refractive cataract surgery, LASIK, i-Stent glaucoma surgery and, most recently, corneal inlay procedures for the correction of presbyopia.
Center For Sights exists to bring the best technological advancements in eye care to Southern Nevada. A new treatment recently approved by the FDA allows Dr. Liang to offer an exciting and effective surgical option for patients with presbyopia. Presbyopia develops when the natural lens of the eye begins to lose its flexibility, causing patients to need reading glasses in order to accomplish near tasks like reading a newspaper or using a mobile device.
“People between the ages of 45 and 60 will benefit most from this new inlay technology, called KAMRA. Before the KAMRA inlay, the ophthalmic community did not have a great surgical solution for these patients,” said
In the span of her 15-year medical career, Dr. Liang has surgically preserved and enhanced the gift of sight for over 20,000 patients. As patients with presbyopia are often not ideal candidates for LASIK or cataract procedures, the KAMRA corneal inlay is an excellent option.
Smaller and thinner than a contact lens, the inlay is a mini-ring with an opening in the center. By using this pinhole effect, the inlay focuses light coming into the eye. This restores near vision while maintaining distance vision.
“We’re able to make a real difference in our patients’ lives,” said Dr. Liang. “I’m always pleased when patients tell me how thrilled they are with their entire experience here, including their interaction with every member of the staff.”
“We want all of our patients to come away with that wonderful feeling of improvement in their lives. We treasure the gift of sight, and it is our mission to make our patients’ world 20/Happy,” said Dr. Liang.
Dr. Liang earned her medical degree from the University of Nevada School of Medicine. Her postgraduate training included an internship at the University of Hawaii Integrated Transitional Program in Honolulu, followed by an ophthalmology residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia.
Dr. Liang is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the American College of Surgeons.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Liang enjoys hiking and traveling. She is married to health care executive and entrepreneur Anthony Ausband and is a proud mother to their three young boys.