Bringing it All Into Focus

Making the trusted choice to restore your vision starts with getting familiar with your options for treatments and surgeries.

Laser Cataract Surgery

Advanced techniques in laser cataract surgery bring a new level of precision and accuracy to cataract treatment. Our practice invests in state-of-the-art technology enabling us to identify, diagnose and treat eye conditions with surgical precision. While traditional methods are still used, the technological advancements in laser surgery offer many benefits, making it a very popular choice for those looking to undergo the procedure.

Read on to discover everything you need to know about laser cataract surgery, why you might choose it over the traditional method, other eye disorders that can be treated at the same time, lens choice, and more…

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Cataract Symptoms

Cataracts are a very common condition that affects nearly everyone as they age. They can occur in one or both eyes. While there are some rare occasions that can see someone suffering from a cataract earlier in their life (such as genetics, illness, or eye trauma), most people don’t have an issue until later in life. Because this is such a common—and sight-threatening—condition, it’s important to be regularly screened for cataracts from age 40 onwards.

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Cataract Surgery Risks

Cataract surgery is typically a smooth procedure with a postoperative recovery period of around 4-6 weeks. During that time it’s usual to experience some mild side effects, which are completely normal.  Of course, any surgical procedure comes with risks. While these are minimal with a cataract procedure, it’s important to know what these might be so you can seek immediate help should anything out of the ordinary occur.

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Cataract Surgery Recovery

We’re aware that even though it’s done many times, for the individual it certainly isn’t routine. One aspect that many people worry about is the recovery period. While this tends to be short, with good results experienced within a few days, it pays to be aware of what to expect. There are also many things you can do (or not do) that will help to minimize the recovery time.

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