Could you have a Cataract?
Check to see if you have any of the following Cataract symptoms:
- Blurred or hazy vision
- Double Vision
- Poor vision in bright light
- Seeing halos around lights
- Reading Difficulties
- Night vision difficulty
We can help.
What is a Cataract?
Your eye has a clear lens through which light passes allowing you to see. When the lens loses its transparency, the cloudy tissue that develops is known as a cataract.
Cataracts cause progressive, painless loss of vision. The lens clouds naturally as we age, so people over the age of 65 usually see a gradual reduction of vision. No one is exactly sure what causes cataracts. In younger people they can result from an injury, certain medications, or illnesses such as diabetes. Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light may also play a role in the formation of cataracts. Studies have also shown that people who smoke cigarettes have a higher risk of developing cataracts than non-smokers.
If visual impairment interferes with your ability to read, work, or do the things you enjoy, then you will want to consider cataract surgery. Surgery is the only proven means of effectively treating cataracts. Cataract surgery is a relatively painless and is one of the most frequently performed procedures. It has a very high success rate and more than 90 percent of cataract surgery patients regain useful vision.
We offer Laser Assistated Cataract Surgery and YAG Capsulotomy. We also offer several Intraocular Lens Options: B&L Lens, Tecnis® Aspheric IOLs, Toric IOLs, Multifocal Lens – Tecnis®, Crystalens® IOLs, Multifocal Lens – ReSTOR®, ReSTOR® Lens, and Acrysof® Natural IOLs.
Let Dr. Newman determine the right option for you.
What do our Cataract patients say?
Obviously in my profession my vision is very important to me. Thanks to Dr. Newman and his staff for restoring my vision after cataract surgery. Now my vision is better than it has ever been before!