By Annie – February 08, 2021
As you age, your eyes will become more susceptible to common eye problems like cataracts. A cataract is a cloud that forms on the eye’s natural lens and results in impaired vision. This issue mainly affects those around 40 years of age and older, but younger people can form cataracts, too.
The good news is that cataract surgery usually results in complete vision rehabilitation and can be treated on an outpatient basis.
With advances in technology and a team of experienced cataract experts, OOMC is dedicated to treating cataracts in the least invasive way possible. We offer an advanced cataract removal procedure that can restore your vision and help you recover faster.
Read on to learn about the benefits of choosing premium IOLs for cataract surgery.
Symptoms and Early Signs of Cataracts
If you’re suffering from cataracts, you may experience the following symptoms:
Blurred vision is also a common symptom. When a cataract forms, it can change the way light passes through the eye which leads to decreased vision.
While cataracts are one of the most common eye problems, very few know they have them. That’s because symptoms go unnoticed until they affect eyesight. The easiest and most effective way to spot early signs of cataracts is to schedule routine eye exams. Your doctor will be able to detect any signs of cataracts and provide the treatment needed to preserve your vision.
Types of Cataract Lenses
There are a wide variety of premium IOLs to choose from, with the best option for you depending on many factors, including your lifestyle and specific vision needs. Premium IOLs are considered the best option for many patients because they have advanced features, far outweighing the benefits of basic IOLs covered by health insurance.
To see which IOL is best for you, here’s a closer look at the different types of cataract lenses.
Schedule A Consult
Cataracts are a common eye problem that affects millions and impairs vision. But with the right cataract surgery and routine eye exams, eyesight and eye health can be preserved. Your cataract surgeon will help you choose the best IOL for your needs during your pre-op exam and consultation.
To learn more about cataracts and cataract surgery, schedule a cataract consultation at one of our offices throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland:
New Jersey: Omni Eye Services | Phillips Eye Specialists | Kremer Eye Center | Corneal Associates of New Jersey
New York: Omni Eye Surgery
Pennsylvania: Kremer Eye Center | Ludwick Eye Center
Maryland: Ludwick Eye Center