When cataracts develop, your eye doctor will tell you it’s time to visit a cataract surgeon to find out what options are available to you. Our cataract surgeon, Dr. Andrew Shatz, is the Medical Director at SightTrust Eye Institute and will examine your eyes to determine what type of surgery is most beneficial. Our cataract surgeon works to make sure all our patients’ lifestyles are enhanced, by improving their vision using the latest technology. Our patients in Palm Beach, Miami, Boca Raton, Plantation, and the surrounding areas, are given a new lease on life, not beholden to glasses and poor vision.
Our Cataract Surgeon Has Helped More than 25,000 People
Our cataract surgeon conducts all cataract and intraocular lens surgeries in his state-of-the-art office. Each procedure usually takes less than 30 minutes and it is suggested you rest at home for a few hours after. Our cataract surgeon, Dr. Shatz, is a board-certified ophthalmologist who has been conducting cataract surgery for 20 years, for patients in Plantation, Fort Lauderdale, Weston, and the surrounding areas. He has helped more than 25,000 people regain clear vision, through surgery. He has advanced training in topical, laser-assisted cataract and refractive lens exchange surgery. Dr. Shatz was the first to implant the PanOptix trifocal lens in South Florida and patients can see without glasses for far, intermediate, and near. He also can provide clear corneal cataract surgery, which is also known as “no-stitch” surgery. As a cataract surgeon, he strives to always improve the life of each patient, through cataract surgery. He understands the frustration his clients feel when the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and feels like they are looking through a frosty window.
Providing Corrected Vision is the Cataract Surgeons Goal
The goal of our cataract doctor is to have you seeing clearly again, without the use of eyeglasses and contacts. He provides vision correction plans for his patients using the most up-to-date technology available. Our cataract surgeon was one of the first to use laser-assisted cataract surgery in his ophthalmic center. Not only is our Dr. Shatz, a cataract surgeon, he is also an assistant clinical professor at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Our cataract surgeon has a goal to help people see clearly again, through cataract surgery and other procedures. He has also been acknowledged as one of the top ophthalmologists in the nation by the Consumer’s Research Council of America and has a patent pending for a surgical instrument to assist during cataract surgery. For more information on our cataract surgeon, call 877-878-7890 or visit, www.sighttrust.com.