Although cataracts are serious eye conditions that will affect most everyone at some point in their lives, advances in the field of cataract surgery have made it possible to effectively remove this threat to one’s vision and simultaneously address common visual refractive errors. Our experienced cataract surgeons, Dr. Helga F. Pizio, Dr. Ksenia Stafeeva, Dr. Roman Fajardo, and Dr. Emily Schorr offer some of the latest cataract removal techniques in addition to advanced intraocular lens options that can help you achieve clearer vision at a range of distances.
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Cataracts can cause extreme vision impairment when left untreated. In fact, cataracts are a leading cause of blindness in adults who are 45 and older. Blurry and/or cloudy vision are two of the most common symptoms of cataracts. Regular eye exams can identify the signs of cataracts, and early treatment can prevent the condition from having debilitating effects on your day-to-day life.
SMART Cataract Surgery
SMART cataract surgery utilizes advanced technology and treatment techniques to remove cataracts without a surgical blade. Treatment with the LenSx® Femtosecond Laser in combination with ORA (Optiwave Refractive Analysis) is designed to provide patients with precise and accurate cataract removal and improved vision after surgery.
From the initial eye exam to recovery from cataract surgery, New Eyes can walk you through the treatment process and let you know what to expect.
Cataract Surgery Options
There are many treatments available at our practice designed to provide each patient the best possible results from cataract surgery. New Eyes offers both traditional and laser cataract surgery procedures as well as a range of intraocular lens (IOL) and corrective eyewear options to help you improve both near- and far-distance vision after cataract removal.
Astigmatism is a very common eye condition that can cause blurry and impaired vision. There are a variety of advanced treatments that can improve the condition, including options for cataract patients who have pre-existing astigmatism.
Presbyopia is a condition which affects the ability to clearly see objects at a close distance. It is extremely common in people aged 40 and over. New Eyes offers advanced intraocular lens options that can be placed during cataract surgery to help you reduce near-distant vision problems.
If you have questions about cataracts and the treatments available at New Eyes, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us today.