Early Signs of Cataracts: What Should I Be Looking For?

Cataracts, a clouding of the eye’s lens, affect a lot of us. In fact, 24.4 million Americans over the age of 40 have at least one cataract and by age 75, it’s estimated that half of all Americans have cataracts. We know that age is the most common cause of this condition, but what are signs of cataracts to watch out for? And if you do get them, what is cataract treatment like? Read on for more information.

Posted in Cataract Information, Intraocular Lenses, Cataract Surgery Options, Cataract Evaluation, Cataract Lens Cost, Signs of Cataracts

3 Ways Our Top Of The Line Technology Helps Cataract Patients Post-Surgery

Not only are we proud to have the best cataract surgeons in AZ on our staff, but we’re also proud to be one of the most innovative eye centers in terms of technology. Specifically when it comes to eye cataracts, we’re the first in the state to offer a revolutionary new lens implant, the Light Adjustable Lens (LAL) by RxSight.

Posted in Cataract Information, Types of Cataract Surgery Lenses, Intraocular Lenses, Cataract Surgery Options, Cataract Evaluation, Cataract Lens Options, Cataract Lens Cost, Signs of Cataracts, New Eye Care Technology

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.

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

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

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