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Are you tired of struggling with uncomfortable contact lenses or fumbling with glasses? LASIK is an option that you can consider. Utilizing the Wavefront Technology for Custom LASIK and IFS Intralase (Blade-Free) technology, our highly skilled surgeons have helped thousands of patients achieve outstanding results.
LASIK, which stands for laser assisted in-situ keratomileusis, is a non-invasive eye surgery that reshapes the inner cornea so that images focus correctly on the retina to improve your vision. The procedure is effective for many patients with nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism.
Cataract surgery has come a long way in recent years, and laser cataract surgery is now the safest and most effective option for many patients. Using advanced laser technology, laser cataract surgery can also correct astigmatism, providing patients with clearer, sharper vision. In addition to correcting astigmatism, patients can also choose from different types of intraocular lenses (IOLs) that are designed to fit their lifestyle needs. Some of the different types of intraocular lenses that are available include:
- Monofocal IOLs: These lenses are designed to provide clear distance vision, but patients may still require glasses for reading or other up-close activities.
- Multifocal IOLs: These lenses are designed to correct both distance and near vision, reducing or eliminating the need for glasses after surgery.
- Toric IOLs: These lenses are designed to correct astigmatism, improving clarity for many patients.
- Accommodating IOLs: These lenses are designed to mimic the natural movement of the eye’s natural lens, allowing patients to focus on objects at different distances.
- Light adjustable IOLs: These lenses can be adjusted with UV light after implantation.
Dr. Haverly is a leading expert in the field of cataract surgery and can work with patients to determine the best treatment plan for their specific needs. Whether it’s using advanced laser technology to correct astigmatism or helping patients choose the right type of intraocular lens, Dr. Haverly and his team are committed to providing the best possible outcomes for their patients.
If you think that you may have cataracts, contact our office to schedule an evaluation.
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