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Category: Cataract

Cataract Surgery: See What’s Important in Life

Has your vision changed over the years? If you have begun to experience blurred, clouded vision you may be developing cataracts in your eyes. Cataracts can take time to become apparent, as they often progress slowly. As cataracts develop, they can make it difficult to see with glasses on, to drive, and to do the… Read More


IOL Calculations: NTEC’s New Lenstar Technology

Dr. Theodore Rabinovitch On NTEC’s New Lenstar Technology: It’s important to remember that the bar regarding patient expectations about their vision after surgery is continually being raised. When I started doing surgery a three decades ago we were really happy if we achieved outcomes of 20/40-20/60 uncorrected.  Now, patients can even be 20/20 and can be unhappy… Read More


Cataract Surgery: What to Expect

If you’re having trouble seeing when you drive, reading or watching television, you may have cataracts. This is a condition where you experience blurry vision and increased glare from lights. It can make it extremely difficult for you to carry out your daily activities. When this is the case, your doctor may recommend cataract surgery,… Read More


Are You at Greater Risk for Cataracts?

Cataracts develop when your eye’s lens gradually becomes thicker, less flexible and less transparent. The inside of your eye then becomes cloudy due to the clumping of protein in the lens. Early cataract can be treated with simple means like wearing newer eyeglasses and anti-glare sunglasses, brighter lighting, or by using a magnifying glass. However,… Read More


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