Effective options for your vision health

Treatment for Cataracts

Cataracts are the most common cause of blindness worldwide. But with current technology, being diagnosed with cataracts isn’t a sentence to permanent poor vision. If you suspect you may have cataracts begin your journey to clearer vision by learning about your treatment options.

How do I know if I have cataracts?

Symptoms

If you have cataracts, you may see signs of the following:

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Cloudy
Vision

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Sensitivity
to Light

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Halos Around Light

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Colors Appear
Faded

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Double Vision
in One Eye

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Changing Prescription

Complete cataract testing

Diagnosis

Our first-in-class technology suite provides better detection & better outcomes for your vision health.

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Verion™ Reference Unit

Verion™ Reference Unit

While used for both pre-op and intra-op procedures, the Verion™ Reference Unit is used during diagnosis and preparation for better imaging and planning.

The Verion™ Reference Unit improves consistency and control during cataract surgery by providing the best in pre-operative technology. This system cuts back on biometry, transcription, manual marking, and IOL positioning errors. This results in more efficient and effective results for patients.

Why We Use the Verion™ Reference Unit

  • Accurate – Captures high-resolution image of your eye for preoperative planning.
  • Precise – Helps ensure precise position of incisions even in the case of eye movement and rotation with real time eye movement and cyclorotation tracking.
  • Efficient – Eliminates the need for manual eye marking.

Verion reference unit

Verion™ Reference Unit

Verion™ Reference Unit

While used for both pre-op and intra-op procedures, the Verion™ Reference Unit is used during diagnosis and preparation for better imaging and planning.

The Verion™ Reference Unit improves consistency and control during cataract surgery by providing the best in pre-operative technology. This system cuts back on biometry, transcription, manual marking, and IOL positioning errors. This results in more efficient and effective results for patients.

Why We Use the Verion™ Reference Unit

  • Accurate – Captures high-resolution image of your eye for preoperative planning.
  • Precise – Helps ensure precise position of incisions even in the case of eye movement and rotation with real time eye movement and cyclorotation tracking.
  • Efficient – Eliminates the need for manual eye marking.

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Treatment Options

Restore your vision & restore your life with the most modern cataract surgery options available today.

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    CataLāze

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    LACS

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    Phaco

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FAQ

Who is at risk of developing cataracts?

Age is the most common risk factor associated with cataracts. Other risk factors to consider include:

  • Smoking
  • Certain diseases
  • Taking certain medications
  • Extended unprotected exposure to UV rays

How can I prevent cataracts from worsening?

If you practice a healthy lifestyle and maintain a clean diet, you can limit your chances of cataracts worsening. You can also avoid cataract progression by cutting out medications that increase risk or cataracts. This includes eye drops, specifically regular usage of steroid eye drops.

As a final protective measure, avoid extended exposure to UV light without protecting your eyes. Wear sunglasses, even on cloudy days, to cut back on cataract progression.

What happens if cataracts are left untreated?

Cataracts, left untreated, can grow to become ‘hyper-mature’. These hyper-mature cataracts are more difficult to remove and can result in surgical complications. If you wait too long to have cataracts removed your cataracts can cause total blindness.

When should I have my cataracts removed?

You can do without surgery if your cataracts do not interfere with your everyday life. However, if your cataracts are causing blurred vision, glare while driving, or disabling you from completing tasks or enjoying hobbies then it is time to begin considering removal. Other signs it’s time to consider surgery are experiencing double vision, difficulty seeing in spaces that aren’t well lit, and being unable to read.

Are there different types of cataracts?

You can develop three types of cataracts, potentially all three, over time as your eyes age.

Nuclear sclerotic cataracts are most comment and cause yellowing and hardening of the eye. Cortical cataracts result in cloudy areas on the lens. The final type, posterior subcapsular cataracts, form at the back of the lens.

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Step 2: Evaluate your treatment options

Using our suite of first-in-class technology, we'll discover the treatment options that are best for you.

Step 3: Start seeing clearer (and living better)

Regain your vision and restore your independence with help from the most effective, modern treatment options available.

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