Cataract Surgery in Topeka


Cataract surgery is a safe and effective way to improve your vision. Over 3 million Americans a year have cataract surgery, making it the most common surgery performed in the U.S. There is no product, exercise routing, or medicine that can stop or correct a cataract. If you are diagnosed with a cataract, the only way to treat it would require cataract surgery. With today’s technology you can expect greater results and a faster recovery.

Your vision is at its best when the cornea allows plenty of light to pass through. Due to the natural aging process, your clear lens gradually becomes cloudy and even sometimes hardens making it hard to see. Over time your vision can become cloudy allowing the retina to receive less and less light. Before long, the cloudiness progresses into a troublesome blur. Poor night vision may also be an early sign of progressive cataracts.

Cataracts are not a disease, but merely a condition affecting the eye, and although an eye examination can detect a cataract, only a “licensed corneal surgeon” can treat it. During the cornea surgery, a small incision is made in the eye. Our specialized doctors use microsurgical instruments to break the cloudy lens into small pieces. From there the pieces are suctioned out and removed. Our “no stitch” procedure is a self-healing incision that gives cataract patients the ability to go home quickly and experience their improved vision much sooner than with older methods.

Although local anesthesia is required, the procedure is a simple outpatient procedure that usually involves only 2 simple steps. The first step would be to remove the cloudy crystalline lens. The second step would be to implant a uniquely designed lens, called an IOL (intraocular lens) in the eye. This lens is a specially designed lens that is remarkably similar to your natural lens.

Not every cornea is the same. The good thing is our precision technology can be adjusted to meet the individual needs of each patient. If you are experiencing any of the cataract symptoms below, please contact us for your complementary cataract consultation.

What are the symptoms of cataracts?

  • Cloudy or blurred vision
  • Objects may appear yellow, hazy, or distorted
  • Halos may appear around bright lights at night
  • Vision in bright light or in the sun may be difficult due to glare
  • Poor night vision
  • Colors seems faded
  • Increased nearsightedness
  • Frequent need to change eyeglass prescriptions
  • Distortion of vision in either eye

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