What is Cataract Sugery?
As we age, so do our eyes. The crystalline lens in every human eye eventually becomes yellowed, cloudy, and rigid. This is called a cataract, and it blocks and distorts light. When cataracts start to significantly affect vision, Cataract Surgery offers a solution. The natural lens of the eye is removed and replaced with a clear artificial lens, called an Intraocular lens (IOL), which brings clarity back to your vision.
Is Cataract Surgery Right For Me?
- Is your vision yellowing?
- Do you see a lot of glare?
- Are colors changing?
- Are you having difficulty driving, reading, or recognizing faces?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you are probably a candidate for Cataract Surgery.
Schedule a consultation and speak with a doctor to find out!
Cataract Surgery FAQ
Q: I have an astigmatism. Can I have Cataract Surgery?
A: In nearly all cases, yes. Read more about cataract surgery and astigmatism.
Q: How safe is Cataract Surgery?
A: Very. Cataract Surgery is usually safer than wearing contact lenses. Learn more about eye surgery safety.
Q: How long does the initial consultation take?
A: About 2 hours, including the diagnostic procedures.
Q: Do you offer premium lens implants?
A: Yes. Premium lenses are often used to help aid in visual correction of near-sightedness, far-sightedness, and astigmatism in some patient cases.
Q: Do you use a laser for Cataract Surgery?
A: Yes. The most demanding part of any cataract surgery is creating an incision in the eye. We use an advanced laser incision technology that minimizes the size of the slit and improves healing times.