Category Archives: Cataract Surgery

Should You Seek Treatment for Cataracts?

It is reasonable to expect to be able to drive comfortably at nighttime, to work at a computer or watch television without screens looking cloudy or dull. When speaking with others, either in person or on video-chat, we expect to be able to read facial cues and see details of other’s faces. For people with… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 30 2020
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All Cataracts are Not Created Equal

Cataracts represent one of the most prevalent eye conditions among older adults. The condition is characterized by the clouding of the natural lens of one or both eyes. As changes progress on the lens, light is prevented from passing through to the retina. As a result, vision worsens over time. The symptoms of cataracts develop… Read More »

  • Posted on: Apr 15 2020
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Is There Such a Thing as Secondary Cataracts?

Cataracts are a condition that describes the progressive clouding of the natural lens of the eye. Globally, millions of people have cataracts. Fortunately, it is a condition that can be reversed with proper care; cataracts do not cause blindness like other eye diseases might. However, vision can become so clouded that it becomes difficult to… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2020
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Innovative Technology is Improving Vision after Cataract Removal

Cataract removal is a beneficial and necessary procedure that has been performed for many years. As technology has advanced in the area of intraocular lens replacement, patient outcomes have improved. Now, patients can not only avoid the use of thick “coke-bottle” glasses after cataract surgery but they may be able to greatly reduce their need… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 28 2020
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Cataract Surgery Canton, Alliance & Canfield, OH

Showing Signs of Cataracts? Here’s What Comes Next

To have a cataract means that the lens of one or both of the eyes has become stiff and cloudy. This happens when tiny protein particles clump together on the lens. Once accumulation begins, it progresses until vision becomes obscured by a virtual fog bank. Cataracts currently affect millions of Americans. It has been estimated… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2019
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Choices in Intraocular Lens Implants

Cataract removal is a two-part process. Because the procedure involves removing a clouded lens, there is a necessity for a new lens. Decades ago, when cataract surgery was first developed, patients were left with an enormous need for eyeglasses. This was because there was no variety in the type of lens that was placed after… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2019
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Cataract Surgery Canton, Alliance & Canfield, OH

What is it Like to Recover from Cataract Surgery?

When cataracts develop, eyesight tends to progressively worsen. Cataract removal surgery is a safe and effective way to regain sharper vision. The procedure itself is uncomplicated on our end. However, we understand that patients may feel apprehensive about having eye surgery. One of the most common questions we are asked involves recovery from cataract surgery.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 4 2019
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Cataract Surgery Canton, Alliance & Canfield, OH

Will I Need Glasses After Cataract Surgery?

According to studies, more than 20 million middle-aged Americans have cataracts. Research suggests that more than half of the population will have cataracts by the time they reach age 75. The prevalence of this vision-depleting condition is only expected to increase in the coming decades. The more we know about cataracts, the better-equipped we can… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 30 2018
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Cataract Removal and your Sleep

Cataracts impede optimal vision. The cloudiness of the natural lens creates a physical risk, especially for seniors who are already at a higher risk for falls and other accidents. But sleep? Is it possible that having cataracts could be an obstacle to a good night’s sleep? According to a few studies, there may be something… Read More »


Is it Time to Consider Cataract Removal Surgery?

Cataracts, or the clouding of the lens of the eye, present an enormous problem for older individuals. We tend to associate cataracts with “old age,” but statistics show that the risk for this condition is relatively strong for any individual aged 40 or older. We also know from statistics that the number of cases of… Read More »


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