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A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens inside your eye. This lens, located behind the iris, works just like the lens of a camera - focusing light images on the retina, which sends images to the brain. The human lens can become so clouded it keeps light and images from reaching the retina

A cataract can be the reason sharp images become blurred, bright colors become dull, or seeing at night is more difficult. It may also be why the reading glasses or bifocals that used to help you read or do simple tasks no longer seem to help. Vision with cataracts has been described as seeing life through old, cloudy Film. But a cataract is not a 'Film' over the eyes. It cannot be prevented and diet will not make it go away. Eye injury, certain diseases, or even some medications can cause the clouding. The Cataract Surgery removes the old, clouded lens and replaces it with a new, artificial one to restore your vision, and in manyways, significantly improve your quality of life. Today's technologies have made both the surgery itself and the replacement lenses safer and more effective than ever. For instance, the refractive cataract laser has significantly increased surgical precision. And, Unlike traditional replacement lenses that only worked for distance, the combination of advanced technology and innovation in lenses such as Toric lenses, Multifocal lenses and Multifocal-Toric lenses now allow patients to experience cataract surgery with the newest technologies. The right choice can change your life!

What exactly is cataract surgery?

Thanks to huge medical advances, cataract surgery is one of the safest and most successful procedures performed today. Cataract surgery is generally a simple, outpatient procedure with little discomfort, requiring only a few hours and a topical anesthetic. The goal of the operation is to break the old, cloudy lens into pieces, remove the pieces from the eye and insert a replacement lens to replace the natural lens. Traditionally, the surgeon would accomplish these tasks by making a tiny incision in the eye and then using an instrument about the size of a pen tip to break the old, cloudy lens into pieces & remove the pieces from the eye. Now, patients also have the option of choosing a bladeless, computer-controlled refractive cataract laser to perform several of the most critical steps of cataract surgery.

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