Laser-assisted Cataract Surgery in West Palm Beach, FL

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About Laser Cataract Surgery

At Bentz Eye Center, we provide the most advanced diagnostic techniques and treatment options for cataracts, including laser cataract surgery. Typically, cataracts start to form after the age of 40, and they cause your vision to become foggy. Since cataracts make the lens cloud, we need to remove the lens and replace it with an intraocular lens (IOL). This treatment can eliminate your uncomfortable cataract symptoms. During your procedure, laser cataract surgery uses advanced technology to digitally diagram the eye's surface and create a more precise, blade-free incision. This process minimizes the chances of complications. For patients with refractive errors, such as myopia, hyperopia, and presbyopia, we can exchange your old lens with a personalized IOL. After placing your artificial lens, IOLs eliminate cataracts and reduce the need for prescription glasses or contacts.

Please plan a visit with one of our ophthalmologists in West Palm Beach, FL to learn if you qualify for laser cataract surgery.

What to expect from laser cataract surgery

In general, most individuals who have significant cataracts are good candidates, as long as they maintain good health. However, although laser cataract surgery is definitely effective for most patients, it does have a few restrictions. For example, candidates with astigmatism or previous LASIK surgery may not qualify for this technique. During a comprehensive eye exam at Bentz Eye Center, one of our highly trained ophthalmologists can talk about any issues and help you select the best option.

At the beginning of your procedure, we numb the eye and place an eye speculum to prevent any blinking. Laser cataract surgery is much like traditional cataract surgery, but we use advanced laser technology by LenSx® laser system or ORA System® with VerifEye® to establish the best incision site, create the incision, and disintegrate the cataract. Our innovative technology charts a very intricate map of the eye, which means the lasers can find the exact location of the cataract. Once we have removed the cataract, we insert an intraocular lens for improved eyesight. Following your procedure, our team can provide detailed aftercare instructions and will schedule additional appointments to monitor the healing process.

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If not treated promptly, cataracts could significantly affect your daily life and eventually result in total blindness. However, with the help of laser cataract surgery at Bentz Eye Center, you could free yourself from cataracts and restore your eyesight. We encourage all patients whose lives are impacted by cataracts to reach out to our practice. Our expert team of ophthalmologists in West Palm Beach, FL can explain all of your possible treatment options and reduce any worries about laser cataract surgery.

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