Cataracts are cloudy areas in the lens of your eye that can be dangerous to your vision. If symptoms of cataracts – like blurry vision, double vision, light sensitivity, or changes in the way you see colors – are interfering with your quality of life, your doctor may recommend cataract surgery.
While this procedure may sound frightening or overwhelming, modern cataract surgery is one of the most common and safe procedures performed today. Using advanced technology, our eye surgeons are experienced in restoring vision loss and protecting you from the dangerous effects of cataracts.
During cataract surgery, your cloudy lens is removed and replaced with a clear artificial lens. Traditionally, this has been done manually. In recent years, there has been a trend toward advanced laser surgery, which eliminates several steps of traditional cataract surgery.
The femtosecond laser is an exciting advance in the way doctors are treating cataracts. With this cutting-edge laser technology, cataract surgery becomes more automated. This allows our surgeons to be more accurate with their procedures, resulting in a safer form of surgery.
Exclusively offered in this region by Dr. Sambursky M.D, this breakthrough innovation is the latest in laser technology. The LenSx® laser allows our surgeons to create a precise surgical plan and make the most accurate incision possible. We believe this ground-breaking procedure is the future of cataract surgery.
While traditional cataract surgery is still effective, studies have shown that laser surgery is extremely beneficial to the patient and can even provide better outcomes.
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While you may be reluctant about cataract surgery, it is important to learn about your options and which surgery will provide you with the most exact results. Schedule an appointment with Ophthalmic Associates of the Southern Tier today to discuss an action plan for better vision! Our Team strives to make the process easier by providing the most ground-breaking innovations in vision care. You can learn more about this procedure here!