Your cataract surgery can be approached in two different ways, something we’ll discuss with you during your initial consultation. You’ll choose if you want to live with glasses or without following the procedure. With the first option, we’ll help you decide on the best pair of glasses for you to ensure clear sight in the long-term.
If you decide that you don’t want to live with the hassle of corrective eyewear after your cataract removal, we’ve developed a signature process:
First, we perform the surgery to remove the clouded lens, before letting your eye(s) fully heal. We look at your eyes again to determine if we can use a laser refractive surgery technique to improve your vision further.
Follow-ups are simple and convenient, with our doctors checking to make sure your eyes are healing properly and that clear sight is restored. When both eyes’ cataracts have been removed, the next appointment will be three weeks out to check if glasses or a laser touch-up are needed, and after three more months, you’ll receive a final evaluation.