Is It Possible to Get Cataracts Again After Surgery?

So you have a cataract, and have heard you can possibly develop another one even after cataract surgery. Now you’re wondering, “is cataract surgery worth it?” Here’s a look at the facts, so you can make the most informed decision possible.

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Surprising Ways That Cataract Surgery Can Improve Quality of Life

There are plenty of folks who think they may have cataracts, but delay getting a cataract exam. Some are scared of cataract surgery, while others are hoping that it’s another vision issue that might clear up on its own. The truth is that untreated cataracts can lead to blindness, and should not be ignored. Here’s more about why it’s time to get checked out for cataracts, and the impact of vision on quality of life.

Posted in Blended Vision, Cataract Information, Types of Cataract Surgery Lenses, Intraocular Lenses, Cataract Surgery Options, Cataract Evaluation, Cataract Lens Options, Cataract Lens Cost, Signs of Cataracts, Vision Care

Horizon Now Offers the First and Only FDA-Approved Trifocal Lens Implant for Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is a safe and effective means of treating the symptoms cataracts, such as glare and blurriness. It is, however, generally accepted that patients will still need to rely on glasses after standard cataract surgery. Now, there is the Alcon trifocal IOL (intraocular lens) called the AcrySof IQ PanOptix lens that is significantly reducing surgery patients’ dependence on glasses. For those in search of a solution to both cataracts and poor quality of vision, Horizon Eye Specialists now offers this lens. Here’s more about it. 

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I Have Cataracts... Now What?

If you’ve been noticing a gradual blurring of your vision, and your eye doctor confirmed you have cataracts, you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed. No one wants to have this progressive cloudiness, hardening, and yellowing of the normally transparent lens of the eye, as it can interfere with your daily life. Worse yet, you might’ve heard that cataracts are still one of the two leading causes of vision impairment (including blindness) around the world.

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How to Prepare for Cataract Surgery

If you’ve been told you have cataracts and have scheduled cataract surgery to remove your cloudy lens, you’re probably looking forward to having clearer vision soon. But while excited, many patients also feel a little bit of nervousness about what to expect, and how to prepare for the procedure. In order to help you feel completely comfortable as your surgery date gets closer, here are some tips for optimal preparation for cataract surgery.  

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