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Cataract Surgery Options

Active Lives Deserve Active Eyes

Cataract Surgery Options It’s simple …..When you can see more, you can do more and when we get older cataracts can get in the way. Cataracts form gradually as our eyes get older, and 9 in 10 Americans develop them by the time they’re 65. The good news is that cataract surgery is one of the safest, most effective procedures performed today. For many people living active lives, glasses and or contacts can get in the way of doing the

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Cataract Surgeon in Edgewater

What are Intraocular Lens (IOLs)?

Say goodbye to Cataracts and possibly even your glasses! More than 25 millions Americans are living with cataracts currently. The condition which causes cloudy, blurry or dim vision is easily fixed with cataract surgery. During cataract surgery, the natural clouded lens is replaced with an artificial lens called an intraocular lens or IOL. What patients new to cataract surgery may not know is that they have a variety of IOL types to choose from, all with different benefits. Types of IOLs

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Cataract Surgeon in New Smyrna Beach

What Type of Doctor is a Cataract Surgeon?

Cataract Surgeon in New Smyrna Beach Is cloudy vision from cataracts making your daily activities more difficult? It’s probably time to consider having cataract surgery. Ophthalmologists can replace your eye’s cloudy natural lens with an artificial lens. The new lens will restore clear vision. Follow these steps to choose a qualified, successful eye surgeon. Here are some steps to help you select an ophthalmologist for your cataract surgery. Talk with your regular eye doctor. If your current eye doctor is an ophthalmologist, they may be

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In Office Cataract Surgery in Edgewater

The future of cataract surgery

In Office Cataract Surgery in Edgewater Richard L. Lindstrom, MD, shares his predictions for what might be in store in the next decade. Richard L. Lindstrom, MD, is considered one of the visionaries in the field of cataract and refractive surgery. He is a pillar in both the practice of ophthalmology and industry of ophthalmology. That’s why I felt he was the best person to share his reflections and predictions on future direction in cataract surgery. Recently, I sat down

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Cataract Surgery in Port Orange

When should I get cataract surgery?

Cataract Surgery in Port Orange As cataracts grow, they can cause more symptoms. You could have dimmed, blurred, or yellowed vision. You may also have double vision when you look at things through the eye affected by the cataract. These problems can make it harder to read, work on a computer, and do anything else that calls for clear eyesight. You may have poor night vision and find it harder to drive when it’s dark. People with advanced cataracts can

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Cataract Surgery in Edgewater

Office-Based Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery in Edgewater will soon be offered by the Precision Eye Institute offering unparalleled convenience for patients in the Edgewater, New Smyrna and Oak Hill areas! Would it be safe and effective to relocate routine cataract surgeries from an outpatient surgery center to an office procedure room? Definitely so, accord­ing to a large study of Kaiser Permanente patients in Colorado. Good outcomes in more than 21,000 cases. The retrospective review of more than 21,000 consecutive cases (13,507 patients) in

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cataract surgery cost in New Smyrna Beach

Cataract Surgery Cost

Does Medicare cover the cost of cataract surgery? Cataract surgery cost in New Smyrna Beach is a question that never enter ones mind until the little floating objects start to appear regularly or maybe it’s the increased sensitivity to light. What ever the symptoms, many people put off the surgery because they fear it will cost to much. Medicare generally does not pay for vision care, but it will cover certain medically necessary services, such as cataract surgery. If you

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