Category Archives: Cataract

Having more glare while driving at night?

Are TV news tickers getting harder to read? Do you have to squint to see scoreboards on TV? If so, you may be developing cataracts. Cataracts are a naturally occurring age-related change that occurs in the lenses inside our eyes. Cataracts change our lenses from clear to a yellowed and hazy/cloudy appearance; this changes makes vision… Read More »

Can My Cataract Regrow?

We occasionally get this question from patients who have cataract surgery, which is when their cloudy natural lens is replaced with a new clear artificial lens. To best answer this question, we must understand anatomy. Both natural and clear artificial lenses are suspended in a capsule or bag-like structure. During surgery, a small incision is made in the bag,… Read More »

Slowing Cataract Changes

Did you know that after our late 50s to 60s, the natural lenses in our eyes begin to become cloudy and yellow? These changes are known as cataracts.  Over time, patients with cataracts notice glare and halos around bright lights, fuzzy vision while watching TV, as well as needed more and more light to read. Cataracts can make enjoyable daily… Read More »

Experience vision at all distances

When you opt for cataract surgery with multifocal lenses, , you’re opting for the opportunity for freedom from both cataracts and presbyopia, a condition that makes it difficult to focus on objects that are close to you as the lenses in your eyes lose flexibility with age. Multifocal lenses can even help you reduce your… Read More »

Advance Eye Care Center Presents – Laser Cataract Surgery Seminar

LenSx® Laser: A Cataract Procedure as Unique as Your Eye Itself When you choose the LenSx® Laser approach, you will enjoy the benefits of: A bladeless, advanced procedure Comfortable, relaxed setting A personalized surgical experience Join us for a FREE PATIENT SEMINAR on September 24, 2013 at 6:00pm to learn more about this breakthrough technology.… Read More »

Have astigmatism?

SO…you have astigmatism?  Today, more than ever before, it makes sense to be well informed and educated about the intraocular lens options that are available.  Our manufacturer has recently introduced intraocular lenses that will help patients with a wide range of astigmatism.  In the past, the lenses were limited to a smaller range.  Now you… Read More »

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