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Surgery Steps

When planning your Cataract surgery you’ll discuss not only what type of lens may be best for you, you’ll also discuss which procedural methods are available and which will provide you the best results. While our eyes may share the same basic anatomy, they are all unique when it comes to their size, depth, curvature and other key features, which all can play a contributing factor in the decision of which procedure is chosen.

Cataract Removal
Through a tiny incision, the surgeon removes your clouded lens.
Lens Insertion
The surgeon replaces your original lens with an intraocular lens.
Vision Renewed
The Clareon® Intraocular Lens allows you to see things differently.

As previously mentioned, not all cataracts are the same. While a majority of cataract procedures are done manually, some may benefit from laser assisted cataract surgery 

LenSx Laser Cataract Extraction is a blade free procedure assisted by advanced laser technology. The LenSx® laser offers image guidance for predictability and enhanced precision. Using the same specific data and measurements, the LenSx® Laser systems’ advanced three dimensional imaging helps the surgeon automate and execute the most challenging steps of traditional cataract surgery.

It’s important to discuss your intraocular lens options with your surgeon prior to surgery to ensure you get the lens most suited to your needs.