Cataract Surgery: The Path to Clearer Vision

There’s no reason to fear cataract surgery. This minimally invasive, outpatient procedure typically takes 10-15 minutes, and is performed on more than three million cataract patients in the U.S. every year. In fact, cataract surgery has been ranked among the safest vision correction procedures available.

How do you know when it’s time to have cataract surgery? Most ophthalmologists will recommend the procedure as soon as cataract symptoms like blurred vision and sensitivity to light begin to impact your day-to-day routine.

At Swagel Wootton Eye Institute, our team of eye care specialists are committed to providing each and every patient with industry-leading care. During your in-depth consultation, you’ll be provided with all the information you need to feel confident in your decision to receive cataract surgery.

Our eye care experts use a computer-assisted LenSx Cataract Laser to remove cataract-clouded lenses through the smallest incisions possible. Compared to traditional methods, this approach is less invasive and more customizable. After a replacement lens has been inserted, an intraoperative aberrometry tool is used to improve your results and reduce any residual cataract effects. These advanced technological devices enable us to provide all our patients with the high-quality, customized care they deserve.

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