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Cataracts don't have to be a scary thing. They also don't have to be something you just "live" with. By choosing to correct your cataracts, you can regain clarity and focus in your vision, and return to the activities you love.
Starting is easy! Download our free information-packed brochure that gives you the facts, and gives you options in correcting your cataracts. Understanding your options will give you the confidence you need in your next steps. Because there's a whole lot left to see, and you don't want to miss it!
Cataracts don't have to be a scary thing. They also don't have to be something you just "live" with. By choosing to correct your cataracts, you can regain clarity and focus.
Return to the activities you love. Request a consultation today, or download our free brochure that gives you the facts and gives you options in correcting your cataracts. Understanding your options will give you the confidence you need in your next steps.
There's a whole lot left to see, and you don't want to miss it!
Having a better understanding of what cataracts are, what causes them, and what your options are for laser surgery can help you make an educated decision and feel more confident about life after cataracts.
DID YOU KNOW?
Laser Surgery for cataracts is one of the most common and safest surgeries performed each year in the United States.
Cataracts don't have to be "just a part of life." While you can't prevent them, they can be treated with precise Laser surgery and great results!
Dimmed, cloudy, and blurry vision can all be a sign of cataracts. Discoloration can also be a warning sign of cataracts.
Discover the safety
of cataract laser surgery.
Learn about how cataracts are corrected through Laser Surgery.
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Having a plan and learning about options and procedures are the best ways to equip yourself and make the best decision about your eye health. We're here to help you feel confident and hopeful about your future vision!
The laser surgical procedure for cataract correction typically takes around 30 minutes, and you can expect an hour or two of recovery afterward.
In general, your surgeon will follow these steps:
A minor incision is made on the cornea using a handheld blade or LASER.
Next, a small probe or LASER will break up and remove your cataracts.
Generally, no stitches are required as the incision is so small.
If needed a bandage or patch may be placed on your eye and can usually be removed in a few hours.
AFTER CATARACT SURGERY
Laser Cataract surgery recuperation will vary from person to person, but generally, you can expect to see the next day. You'll be able to return to normal activity within a day, but many surgeons will suggest that you hold off from driving for about 24 hours or so.
AFTER THE SURGERY, YOUR SURGEON WILL USUALLY MENTION:
Any medications or eye drops they prescribe for you
Instructions on how to care for your eyes
Arranging a follow-up appointment – usually the next day
It's not unusual to experience a stinging or abrasive feeling after surgery, and you can expect that after a day or so, any moderate discomfort should disappear. Avoid rubbing or putting any pressure on your eyes. Easy activities, like reading, watching your favorite show or movie, or taking an evening walk are okay, but avoid overdoing it. Heavy lifting, running and the like should be held off for at least a week.