If you are experiencing the onset of cataracts you know how difficult seeing can be. You may be struggling with night vision or you might not be able to tell the difference between pairs of socks. You may even have sensitivity to sunlight. Fortunately, cataract surgery can help you to regain what you’ve lost, both in terms of your vision and your quality of life. Now, a technological breakthrough is available for use in cataract surgery.
LENSAR Laser System
Refractive Cataract Surgery Cleveland
The LENSAR Laser System allows Cleveland Eye Clinic cataract surgeon to offer you a better, more precise cataract removal procedure that is customized to your eye. With the LENSAR Laser System, your cataract surgeon can remove your cataract in a more advanced way. Using the LENSAR Laser System ensures that your customized cataract procedure is performed with laser precision. This is because of Augmented Reality, a unique imaging system that provides your surgeon with a reconstructed 3-D view of your eye, in order to help plan and treat your cataract.
How Does the LENSAR Laser System Work?
Your Cleveland Eye Clinic surgeon offers the LENSAR Laser System as part of your advanced cataract procedure because it is safe, effective and uses the same proven laser technology that’s been used in LASIK procedures for over a decade.
Benefits of LENSAR
Advanced cataract surgery allows your surgeon to tailor your procedure with the goal of reducing your dependency on glasses or contact lenses. During your procedure, your ataract surgeon will use the most advanced technology available, including premium intraocular lenses and the LENSAR Laser System with Augmented Reality, an advanced 3-D modeling technology.
LENSAR’s superior Augmented Reality takes a more intelligent approach to cataract surgery. With Augmented Reality, your surgeon can see everything inside your eye in greater detail. This allows the surgeon to plan the surgery better, to precisely soften the cataract in preparation for removal, and to ensure the appropriate condition for the most accurate
placement of your intraocular lens.
It is LENSAR’s precision, imaging, and laser incisions that allow your surgeon to ensure that the cataract is safely removed and that the new intraocular lens is perfectly placed, resulting in better visual outcomes.
>Choosing Your Lens Implant
During both basic and laser refractive cataract surgery, the cataract is removed and a new lens is put in the eye. The staff and doctors of the Cleveland Eye Clinic will help to educate you about your options regarding lens options and what might work best for your eyes.