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Cataracts are a completely normal part of aging, and occur when the normally clear lens in your eye becomes opaque with time. Although it’s normal, it doesn’t mean you have to live with the symptoms. 

If you have cataracts, it can result in loss of sight and even blindness. You may experience symptoms such as cloudy vision, dulled color perception, or trouble doing daily tasks like reading or writing. 

At Center For Sight, our highly-skilled medical team has performed thousands of life-changing cataract procedures and is committed to helping every patient that walks through our doors.

What Is Laser Cataract Surgery?

For over 30 years, the medical team at Center For Sight has helped set the standard in cataract and lens replacement surgery and was among the first in the nation to perform Laser Cataract Surgery with the LENSAR femtosecond laser. With constant investment in training and technology, we stay at the forefront of laser cataract surgery.

Laser cataract surgery is a precise and accurate procedure that involves removing your affected lens and replacing it with an artificial intraocular lens, known as an IOL. To perform laser cataract surgery, we use the LENSAR femtosecond laser and the most advanced IOL technology–the Johnson & Johnson TECNIS Synergy™ intraocular lens (IOL) for cataract treatment.

How We Treat Cataracts

At Center For Sight, we offer 3 vision options: advanced, custom, or basic vision. During a consultation, your surgeon will assess your individual needs to see which vision option, if any, is best for you. Then, they may use a combination of these treatments and lens implants to treat your cataracts. 

Advanced Vision

Advanced vision will offer you minimal if any, dependence on eyeglasses for all distance vision. It involves:

  • Laser cataract surgery
  • Advanced implant
  • Astigmatism treatment
  • Corneal topography
  • LASIK enhancement (if necessary)

Custom vision provides improved distance vision, but you will still require eyeglasses for close-up tasks. This procedure involves:

  • Laser cataract surgery
  • Astigmatism treatment
  • Shape matched implant
  • Corneal topography
  • LASIK enhancement (if necessary)

Basic+ vision will help provide clearer vision, but you will still require eyeglasses after surgery. It involves:

  • Manual cataract surgery
  • Corneal topography
  • Shape matched implant

Regain Clear Vision

With nationally recognized doctors, endless investment in training, and the most up-to-date technology, our surgeons can help you see clearly once again. 

Book a consultation today to take the next step towards a customized cataract procedure.

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