Am I a candidate for cataract surgery?
Candidates for surgery experience vision loss because of cataracts and are usually over the age of 50. We recommend you to refer to one of our professional doctors for an evaluation to determine if you are a candidate for surgery.
Which procedures do I need?
Depending on your need the surgeon will decide what surgery is best for you. We recommend you to refer to your specialists to find out what is best for you.
How can I prepare for surgery?
Your specialist will evaluate your eye to determine the shape of your cornea, pupil size, and condition. You will discuss which procedures are more convenient for your eye, and the kind of IOL you will need.
Will I feel pain during surgery?
Your doctor will place drops on your eyes to numb them, during surgery will only feel some pressure on the eye.
What happens after surgery?
Your vision will be blurry and will need a few days to improve. It's normal to feel some itching and discomfort, your doctor will prescribe you with some medication and may ask you to wear an eye patch until necessary.