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35900 Bob Hope Drive
Ste 175
Rancho Mirage, California 92270


When is it Time to See a Cataract Surgeon?

Are you struggling to see? Do words on menus or images on the television seem blurry? You may have a cataract. Early on, the symptoms of cataracts may not be noticeable, but they can worsen with time as a cataract has more time to develop and mature. The only way to receive a diagnosis and… Read More

Is Cataract Surgery the Only Way to Treat Cataracts?

Do you have cataracts? You may wonder if cataract surgery is the only way to treat them. Cataracts occur when proteins in your eye break down and build up on your lens. These proteins usually cloud your lens gradually, causing your vision to become foggy. Most cataracts develop due to the natural aging process. But… Read More

What Sets the PanOptix Trifocal Lens Apart?

Do you have cataracts and need cataract surgery? The intraocular lens (IOL) you choose to replace your natural lens during cataract surgery matters. Although cataract surgery with a standard IOL or other premium lens implants will restore vision, they’re limited in how they can improve your eyesight. If you’re looking to reduce or eliminate your… Read More

9 Tips to Prepare for Cataract Surgery

Do you have cataracts? Is your impaired vision stopping you from living the life you love? It’s likely time for cataract surgery. After cataract surgery, you’ll finally be able to see clearly again. Although there’s no doubt that cataract surgery is a highly effective and safe procedure, it’s normal if you’re a little anxious before… Read More

8 Tips for Your Best Cataract Surgery Recovery

Has your eye doctor recommended cataract surgery? Cataract surgery is the only way to restore vision loss due to cataracts. However, it will take some time before your eye is fully healed. The good news is that there are things you can do to prevent complications during the healing process and speed up your recovery…. Read More

Why Advanced Technology IOLs are Worth It

Are cataracts getting in the way of your everyday activities and hobbies? It may be time to have them removed. During cataract surgery, your cataract surgeon removes your cloudy natural lens and implants a synthetic lens to replace it called an intraocular lens (IOL). The intraocular lens helps you see clearly. Although there are many… Read More

Differences Between Presbyopia and Cataracts

As you grow older, so do your eyes. Most people begin noticing changes to their vision around age 40. Presbyopia and cataracts are two of the most common age-related vision problems you may experience at some point. Both eye conditions affect the quality and clarity of your vision over time. While it’s possible to have… Read More

Is it Ever Necessary to Have Cataract Surgery Twice?

Have you noticed your vision is steadily declining and worsening? If you’ve undergone cataract surgery and are experiencing cloudy vision, you may have a secondary cataract. Also called an after-cataract or posterior capsular opacity (PCO), a secondary cataract can develop weeks, months, or years after removing your original cataracts. Keep reading to learn more about… Read More

Is Cataract Surgery Always Necessary?

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, over 24 million Americans age 40 and older have a cataract in one or both eyes. Cataracts are typically age-related. However, other factors increase your risk for early cataracts, like diabetes, high blood pressure, previous eye injury, and earlier eye procedures. If you’ve been diagnosed with cataracts, you… Read More

Why Do I Have Cataracts?

A cataract occurs when the natural lens becomes cloudy, making it more challenging to see. The natural lens should be transparent. But with age or due to other factors, proteins in your eyes build up on your lens, forming cataracts. Cataracts typically cause gradual and painless vision loss and can eventually lead to blindness without… Read More

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35900 Bob Hope Drive
Suite 175
Rancho Mirage, California 92270

Phone: (760) 340-4700