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Intraocular Lens Options

At Cataract Consultants, we utilize several types of special intraocular lenses, which can potentially correct problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, night vision or the need for reading glasses or bifocals. Following your initial consultation, Dr. Harris will determine which lens is right for you.

Monofocal Lens

Traditional intraocular lenses are monofocal, meaning they only correct the problems associated with cataract, while not addressing additional visual impairment issues and provide you with improved distance vision.

Extended Depth of Focus Lens

An Extended Depth of Focus Lens provides a continuous range of high-quality vision – from near to far and points in between and may reduce the frequency of wearing glasses.

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Toric Astigmatism Correcting Lens

For patients with astigmatism in addition to having a cataract, Dr. Harris will replace the cloudy cataract with a Toric lens. This uniquely-designed lens can reduce or possibly eliminate corneal astigmatism following surgery.

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Multifocal Lens

For patients with a cataract plus issues with near- or farsightedness, difficulty reading, or requiring bifocals, Dr. Harris will replace the cloudy cataract with a multifocal lens. This multifocal lens is designed to provide the patient with a range of vision requiring less dependency upon glasses.

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Limbal Relaxing Incisions

For patients with astigmatism. Performed during or after the cataract surgery to reduce the astigmatism that will cause blurred vision after cataract surgery.


Tips to Ensure a Successful Cataract Surgery

Tips to Ensure a Successful Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery involves replacing a clouded lens with a specialized prosthetic called an intraoperative lens (IOL). Cataract surgery is a relatively quick procedure and is performed on an outpatient basis. To ensure you have a good experience and a successful...

Cataract High Technology Lenses

Cataract High Technology Lenses

Many cataract patients and their doctors choose to upgrade to one of our many high technology lenses that can provide a full range of vision, from near to distant. These highly advanced lenses can potentially eliminate a patient's dependence on glasses.At...

Eye Care Treatments

A routine eye exam, performed by a primary eye care doctor, will reveal if a cataract is present. The primary eye care doctor can refer you to Dr. Harris for a comprehensive cataract evaluation at which time she will offer her expert opinion for treatment options.

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