Patients who have had cataract surgery had several lens types to choose from, including multifocal intraocular lenses (multifocal IOLs). The FDA approved multifocal lens is the most advanced intraocular lens that Eye Center of Texas offers, and one of the most favored multifocal IOLs for cataracts.
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Can someone with Fuchs Dystrophy and cataracts have cataract surgery? Is it possible to have surgery for Fuchs Corneal Dystrophy and cataract surgery at the same time?
June is cataract awareness month! Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss and blindness worldwide. If you or a loved one have or are concerned about cataracts, there’s no better time than now to educate yourself about how to prevent blindness and vision loss due to cataracts. Make cataract awareness month 2018 count; learn about what causes cataracts, cataract symptoms, how to prevent cataracts, cataract surgery, and more.
Why would you need to consider PRK after LASIK? The vast majority of patients report permanently improved vision after LASIK surgery. However, there are a few rare cases in which someone may need additional eye treatment to reach their optimal vision. That’s where vision enhancements come in, including PRK enhancement surgery. Learn about when the top LASIK surgeons in Houston advocate for PRK after LASIK, how PRK is different from LASIK surgery, and more.
Fast-growing cataracts? Aggressive cataracts? Fast-developing cataracts? If you’re accustomed to the idea that cataracts always grow slowly, you may be confused when you hear someone mention these kinds of cataracts.