Cataracts typically develop slowly and painlessly over time – in fact in the early stages, symptoms may be so mild that you may not even realize that your vision is changing. However, as the cataract becomes more dense, you will eventually experience one or more of the following symptoms:
“Before my treatment I couldn’t drive. When I would go shopping I would drive very slowly there and back. I almost got into an accident.”
“The staff is very cordial and on time. It was a wonderful, wonderful process. I went from almost losing my vision to seeing 20/20 now.”
“The staff is so friendly, concerned and compassionate. It is so relaxing and very encouraging for me to come here.”
Take our Cataract Self-Test to find out!
The Lensar Laser has built-in imaging that provides a 3-D model of your eye, enabling a customized treatment for you.
The laser’s advanced imaging helps your surgeon soften and remove your cataract safely.
The advanced laser cataract procedure uses the most precise technology available for removing your cataract, and treating your astigmatism if needed.
The Lensar Laser provides comprehensive planning and guidance to ensure your best possible visual outcome.
If you are experiencing changes in your vision, there’s no reason to worry, and no reason to wait. Bennett Eye Institute is home to the top 1% of surgeons in the U.S. and thanks to experienced surgeons, Drs. Bennett and Safi, and new advancements in cataract surgery, regaining your vision has become easier and safer than ever.
Traditional cataract surgery with a standard lens is usually covered by Medicare and insurance when it's medically necessary (co-insurance & deductibles may apply). Many patients are excited that they now have more options than ever before to enjoy freedom from glasses and contacts with Laser Cataract Surgery and Multifocal Lifestyle Lenses. While insurance typically does not cover these options, over time the cost of this advanced technology may prove to be the most affordable choice when comparing the cost of buying glasses or contacts for the rest of your life.
If left untreated, cataracts will eventually begin to interfere with normal, everyday activities. The time to have cataract surgery is when your quality of life has been impacted by poor vision. With today’s safer, more precise technology, there’s never been a better time to have cataract surgery.
Request your cataract evaluation today.