What Are Cataracts?
A cataract is a clouding of the normally
clear natural lens in your eye, which
lies behind the iris and the pupil. When
the clear lens becomes milky or dirty
looking, it is called a cataract. Though painless, cataracts can blur
your vision by restricting the amount of light that enters your eye.
Advanced Replacement Lenses
With the introduction of new Advanced
Replacement Lens technology, standard
cataract surgery has evolved from a standard
medical procedure, with a single options for
lenses, to one with a variety of vision
correction options based on lens selection.
Refractive Cataract Surgery can now not only
remove the cataract, but can also reduce or
eliminate the dependency on glasses and contacts.