In the News

As one of the preeminent ophthalmologists in Charleston, South Carolina, Dr. Kerry Solomon is routinely asked to share his knowledge with various local and national media outlets. Here, see Dr. Solomon in action and hear what he has to say about some of the advanced procedures he performs.

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Press Releases

Dr. Kerry Solomon First in U.S. to Offer Topo-guided LASIK

Dr. Kerry Solomon, a pioneer in LASIK surgery based in Charleston, SC, recently became the first ophthalmologist in the nation to offer topo-guided LASIK.
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Dr. Kerry Solomon Gives the Gift of Sight to Local Teenager

Dr. Kerry Solomon, an ophthalmologist in Charleston, SC, recently donated his surgical services to help a local teen suffering from rare juvenile cataracts.
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Dr. Solomon Discusses His Role as President of ASCRS

Dr. Solomon on WCSC

AARP / ALCON Cataract Panel Discussion – Google+ Hangout

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Our Latest In the News Posts


  • LASIK Eye Surgery—Step by Step

    If you’re thinking about LASIK and looking for an ophthalmologist/eye surgeon in Charleston, SC, who specializes in the procedure, we’re giving you a chance to experience LASIK with Dr. Kerry Solomon vicariously. Through this blog post (and some amateur videos), you can get a feel for what LASIK with Dr. Solomon is like–from consultation to post-op appointments. Our friend Wes,…
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  • Charleston, SC: Your Destination for LASIK and More

    As one of the top LASIK surgeons in the country, Dr. Solomon frequently sees patients who have traveled long distances to visit him in Charleston, SC. It’s no surprise that the summer months are a popular time for travel, including travel for vision correction.  In fact, in the span of just two weeks this summer, Dr. Solomon performed LASIK on…
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  • Understanding the Myopia Epidemic

      Although myopia is common, many people don’t fully understand it. Myopia is characterized by close objects appearing clear and in focus, while distant objects appear fuzzy or blurry. It occurs when the eyeball has grown too long, or if the curve of the cornea is too steep. Myopia typically develops in childhood, usually between the ages of eight and…
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Kerry Solomon, MD

Most experienced LASIK &
Laser Cataract Surgeon in SC

A leader in ophthalmic research and education, Dr. Solomon is often
the first in the state to have access to new technology, which he
uses to achieve optimal results for his patients.

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