Do I Have Cataracts
The BEST way to know if you have or are developing a cataract is by scheduling a consultation with a qualified ophthalmologist. Our cataract surgeon will coordinate tests to properly assess your vision, the type of cataract you may have, and whether or not cataract surgery is right for you.
The implantation procedure is the same for all types of lenses. The main point of differentiation between the lenses is in the type of vision they provide. Premium lifestyle
lenses offers you a custom-designed vision option. Light Adjustable Lens (LAL) is a type of intraocular lens (IOL) that is possible to customize after cataract surgery. Learn more about our variety of other lens options during your surgical consultation.”
The diagnostic tools available to you today make the previous generations of technology seem comparatively imprecise. Cataract surgery is no longer limited to creating
a workable solution to the problem of a cloudy lens. With our ability to harness the power of computers to do calculations that once would have taken an incredible amount of time to now in just fractions of a second, your cataract has changed from a problem to an opportunity. An opportunity to see better than ever.
The first step in determining your candidacy for any procedure is to schedule a consultation and experience our comprehensive eye exam. This is the most complete eye
exam available today and includes a consultation with one of our experienced surgeons. Utilizing advanced diagnostic technology, our surgeons will not only evaluate your
candidacy for a procedure for but will look at the overall health of your eyes and establish a long term plan for your best vision.”