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Dr Gregory A Hill, MD

About Dr Gregory A Hill, MD

Dr. Hill is a board-certified ophthalmologist in practice since 1992. He is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons and the St. Louis Ophthalmological Society. Dr. Hill founded Hill Vision Services in July, 2007

Glaucoma Eye Drops – Rhopressa vs. Vyzulta

By | 2019-06-12T12:56:12-06:00 June 12th, 2019|Categories: Glaucoma, Ophthalmology|

At Hill Vision Services, we are proud to offer two, new, groundbreaking glaucoma medications representing entirely new classes of glaucoma medications. Vyzulta (latanoprostene bunod ophthalmic solution 0.024%) and Rhopressa (netarsudil ophthalmic solution 0.02%) are both promising glaucoma therapies that lower eye pressure by targeting the diseased tissue in glaucoma patients— the trabecular meshwork. To understand [...]

Doctor, Now That I’ve Had Successful Cataract Surgery, I Will Never Need Anything Else, Correct?

By | 2017-08-01T14:48:06-06:00 September 6th, 2016|Categories: Ophthalmology|

While I am every bit as excited as the patient after successful cataract surgery, and inherently optimistic as well, it is necessary to caution patients that the above-mentioned phrase does not always apply. Barring even the unforeseen, most patients, at some point in the future, will require a procedure called a Capsulotomy for the condition [...]

Welcome Dr Geoffrey Hill, M.D.

By | 2015-08-20T13:56:12-06:00 August 20th, 2015|Categories: News|

Please join Gregory A. Hill, MD and the staff of Hill Vision Services in welcoming Geoffrey Hill, MD, son of Dr. Gregory Hill. Geoffrey M. Hill, MD received his medical doctorate from Saint Louis University in 2010. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Chicago’s John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County in 2014. Dr. Hill also completed [...]

Dr Amy Senica takes early retirement

By | 2017-10-16T14:49:30-06:00 August 14th, 2015|Categories: News|

To Our Valued Patients: With some degree of reluctance, Dr. Amy Senica’s resignation was accepted as she enters semi-retirement for personal reasons.  Rest assured, Dr. Senica’s health is fine and she will not be working elsewhere, but simply wishes to spend more time with family.  She has graciously agreed to stay on until mid-August. We wish her [...]

Absolutely, Let’s Do It With the Laser!

By | 2018-11-26T14:48:56-06:00 January 1st, 2014|Categories: Ophthalmology|

Early in 2013, I wrote a blog piece about the addition of femtosecond laser technology as an adjunct to our traditional technique of phacoemulsification cataract surgery.  Now, I would like to revisit this concept and share my experience of the past several months with you.  I am currently certified to use both the Alcon LenSx [...]

What Exactly Is Glaucoma?

By | 2017-10-16T14:49:31-06:00 August 29th, 2013|Categories: Ophthalmology|

   When patients are at the office for their eye exam, we measure the eye( or intraocular) pressure and the question frequently arises as to why we are doing this .  The answer is that we are screening for glaucoma.  Subsequently, this generates another question which is, "What exactly is glaucoma?"      Glaucoma is [...]

“…But doctor,If I Have Dry Eyes,Why are They Always ” Running”?”

By | 2017-10-16T14:49:31-06:00 May 29th, 2013|Categories: Ophthalmology|

   The condition of "dry eyes,"or dry eye syndrome, is an extremely common ocular condition. I personally see numerous patients every day suffering from this condition.  Those affected have many questions about their problem and a great deal of confusion, as suggested by the title, exists.  In fact, intermittent tearing is one of the most [...]

So You’re Having Cataract Surgery…Are You Going To Do It With The Laser?

By | 2017-08-24T10:46:30-06:00 March 18th, 2013|Categories: Ophthalmology|

Modern cataract surgery continues to steadily improve as far as both results and safety.  Arguably, it is the best surgery known to mankind.  Our current technique, phaco emulsification,  involves the use of ultrasound power to break up the cloudy lens and it is then aspirated through the same tiny incision.  Until recently, despite the assumption [...]

The First Post-Operative Visit

By | 2017-10-16T14:49:31-06:00 January 14th, 2013|Categories: Ophthalmology|

Cataract surgery is the most wonderful surgery on the planet in that it restores one's vision, sometimes even without the assistance of eyeglasses.  Further, this is accomplished in a very short procedure and with very little pain.  Nevertheless, one's expectations must be reasonable in that it truly is a surgical procedure and some recovery period [...]

The Day of Cataract Surgery…What to Expect

By | 2017-10-16T14:49:31-06:00 December 11th, 2012|Categories: Ophthalmology|

Many patients have a great deal of anxiety about the day of surgery and what it will be like.  This,of course,is very understandable.  Knowing  what to expect, ahead of time, can greatly reduce the stress level. Starting several weeks prior to the big day, you will have had your complete exam by the doctor(s), decided [...]