When there is a clouding in the clear lens of your eye, that is known as a cataract. People with cataracts often report that it feels like you are seeing through a cloudy lens or foggy window. Cataracts are very common, in fact, by age 65 over 90% of people have a cataract. Through refractive cataracts surgery, our goal is to reduce the need for glasses after a cataract surgery. The refractive cataract surgery is basically LASIK especially for people with cataracts.

If you are tired of struggling with your vision, particularly between nearsightedness and/or farsightedness in addition to cataracts, and are interested in learning if refractive cataract surgery may be able to provide the sight results you desire, contact our office to schedule your consultation with us today.

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