“Excellent experience, efficient, caring, and knowledgeable. Next day feeling myself again with my vision improving every hour. Highly recommend.” – M.M. “This experience was great. I can see both distance and far – no glasses, no contacts. What a difference!! I recommend this to everyone who has vision troubles. Greatest staff ever – best money […]Read More
Vision correction surgery has come a long way over the last several years. Lens-based procedures such as cataract and clear lens replacement surgeries can now not only improve eyesight, but also allow patients to see at all ranges without the need for glasses. Technology, procedures, and techniques have advanced to allow for faster, safer, and […]Read More
Our team at SightTrust Eye Institute is excited to do our part to raise awareness about cataracts, one of the most prevalent eye conditions. Data from the CDC shows that more than 17 percent of adults over the age of 40 have a cataract in one or both eyes, and this condition affects 70 percent […]Read More
Cataracts are a normal aging process; everyone eventually gets them if we live long enough. Think of cataracts as the “gray hair” of the eyes. Just like some people are bothered with their hair color change while others either don’t mind it or get used to it, cataracts can affect people’s vision to varying degrees […]Read More
Cataract surgery is one of the most successful procedures. It has become so precise over the years that it is now being used as a method to permanently correct vision. People with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and/or presbyopia (the need to wear reading glasses) can have this procedure as an alternative to laser vision correction – even […]Read More
I was recently diagnosed with cataracts, but I’m only 56 years old. Should I wait until I get a little older before I have the surgery?
While nobody wants to live with cataracts, some people are so frightened by the prospect of surgery that they would rather let their vision deteriorate. Others believe that their cataracts have to “ripen” before they can be removed, or that they must wait until their doctor tells them the cataracts are bad enough. This can […]Read More