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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


Do Enchroma Glasses Work to Treat Colorblindness?

Colorblindness can complicate your everyday life. You may find reading, choosing matching clothes, driving, and cooking more challenging. The good news is you can address color blindness and significantly improve your life with the help of Enchroma glasses. These revolutionary lenses are specially designed to treat common forms of color blindness, allowing you to see… Read More


What Goes Into Diabetic Eye Care?

Have you been diagnosed with diabetes? Uncontrolled blood sugar levels can affect many parts of your body, including your eyes. If you have too much glucose in your blood, it causes damage to the tiny, fragile blood vessels in the retina. As a result, this can cause vision problems and even lead to permanent blindness…. Read More


6 Signs You Need to Replace Your Intraocular Lens

Have you had your cataracts removed? Complications from cataract surgery are considerably low due to advances in surgical techniques and tools. Although rare, these complications can still occur in patients. One of the possible complications of cataract surgery is IOL dislocation. Dislocation of your intraocular lens can cause vision problems and even blindness. Keep reading… Read More


Is a Posterior Capsule Rupture to Blame for My Poor Vision?

Cataract surgery is one of the safest eye procedures you can undergo, with an impressive success rate of about 98 percent. Still, there’s potential for serious complications. That’s why you need an experienced surgeon who can manage the unexpected if it occurs. Although uncommon, a posterior capsule rupture is one of the things that can… Read More


Is Cataract Surgery Possible if You’ve Already Had PRK?

Are you someone who had PRK that now needs cataract surgery? Many patients who have laser vision correction procedures like LASIK and PRK may think that they can’t have cataract surgery in the future. But this is a common misconception that isn’t true. Your cataract surgeon should be able to remove your cataracts even after… Read More


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