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What's New in Cataract Surgery

3 things you should know about the revolutionary ReSTOR 2.5 "Lifestyle Lens" that's changing the game

Advancements in cataract treatment are producing dramatic vision improvements for patients. For those afflicted by cataracts, a newer lens is emerging that won’t compromise an active lifestyle.
It’s estimated over 60% of Americans develop cataracts, which create blurred or distorted vision, at some point in their lives. We’re in a time where the population is living longer and much more focus is now put into healthy aging. Studies are revealing that remaining active is among the most important lifestyle factors for good health at older ages.

How the Femtosecond Laser is Improving Cataract Surgery

It's estimated that 60 percent of Americans will develop a cataract in their lifetime. As the most common cause of vision loss, untreated cataracts potentially could lead to blindness. There are varying treatment options for cataracts and revolutionary technology is making cataract surgery more precise and effective than ever. That technology is the femtosecond laser…

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Technology & Treatments for Cataracts - Educational Public Seminar

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Have you been diagnosed with cataracts? Are you considering cataract surgery? Learn about cataract progression, lens options, the news technology available, costs and more.

About the speaker - Paul H. Ernest, M.D.

Topics Covered

  • How cataracts affect your vision
  • How to determine when cataract surgery is right for you
  • What lens options are available and how to pick one that fits your lifestyle
  • Insurance coverage and out-of-pocket expenses for cataract surgery

Does Poor Vision Impact Quality of Life?

Paul Ernest, MD pictured with the LenSx Laser for Cataract Surgery

A cataract can cause sharp images to become blurred and bright images to become dull. It can also contribute to difficulty with night driving. When sight is compromised – your quality of life is compromised. Each year, nearly 22 million Americans age 40 and older are affected by cataracts and seek some form of treatment.

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