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ICON Eyecare is a full-service ophthalmology provider committed to providing you with expert eyecare and quality vision correction through skilled cataract treatment.

  • Experts in Eyecare

    With over 20 years of experience, ICON Eyecare’s team of board-certified cataract surgeons is committed to delivering you outstanding results.

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  • Invested in You

    We invest in advanced cataract surgery technologies, including the latest cataract lens implants, to ensure patient safety, comfort, and outcomes.

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  • Patient-Centered

    We take pride in ensuring our patients have a complete understanding of their care, treatment, and lens options when considering cataract surgery.

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As the only complete treatment for cataracts, cataract surgery can allow you to live the life you enjoy with ease and clarity. And can even reduce your dependence on corrective lenses with advanced technology intraocular lens implants.

Talk to an ICON Eyecare surgeon about your lifestyle needs and vision goals to better understand your options.

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What are Cataracts?

A cataract is a progressive medical condition that causes the natural lens in your eye to become increasingly cloudy, impairing your vision. Just as the lenses in a pair of glasses can get smudged or pick up fingerprints, the lens in our eye becomes cloudy as we get older, suffer serious eye injury, or have certain medical conditions.

One of the most common symptoms of cataracts is blurred or cloudy vision and difficulty seeing at night.

Advanced Cataract Surgery Technology

The team of experts at ICON Eyecare is highly trained and expertly skilled in using the latest cataract surgical equipment and technology, including advanced cataract lens implants, laser-assisted cataract procedures with Femtosecond lasers, and ORA testing to ensure patient safety, comfort, and high-quality results.

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You Have Options, We’re Here to Help

We know the decision to have cataract surgery is a big one. That’s why our team of eyecare experts has the knowledge and experience to help you understand your options to allow you to make the decision that is best for you.

We also know that the outcomes you’re looking for following cataract surgery play an important role in the decision-making process. During your cataract consultation, your surgical counselor will help you navigate the process and you’ll leave our clinic with a customized care plan and complete quote. You’ll also leave knowing why ICON Eyecare’s cataract technology and patient care are second to none.

You Have Options, We’re Here to Help

We know the decision to have cataract surgery is a big one. That’s why our team of eyecare experts has the knowledge and experience to help you understand your options to allow you to make the decision that is best for you.

We also know that the outcomes you’re looking for following cataract surgery play an important role in the decision-making process. During your cataract consultation, your surgical counselor will help you navigate the process and you’ll leave our clinic with a customized care plan and complete quote. You’ll also leave knowing why ICON Eyecare’s cataract technology and patient care are second to none.

Cataract Surgery FAQs

Does cataract surgery correct vision?

There are several treatment options available with cataract surgery. With standard IOL, vision is clear but you may still need reading glasses or contact lenses as were needed before cataracts. Premium intraocular lenses greatly reduce or eliminate the need for corrective eyewear. Consult with your eye doctor on your vision goals to find the best fit for you.

Can cataracts be prevented?

Modern medicine is not yet able to reverse or prevent cataract development. Once cataracts are present, the only way to regain clear vision is to undergo cataract surgery.

Does cataract surgery hurt?

Cataract surgery is not painful. Cataract patients typically experience a little eye pressure during the procedure, but eye drops are given to numb the eye prior.

Are cataracts an inevitable part of aging?

Yes. As we age, the lenses of our eyes grow thicker and become cloudy, forming cataracts.

How long does it take to recover from cataract surgery

The recovery period from cataract eye surgery typically takes about four weeks. Immediately after your surgery, your vision will be blurry as a result of your eye adjusting to the replacement lens. During the first several days of the recovery process, you will be asked to wear a protective shield at night to prevent you from rubbing your eyes in your sleep.

As your eyes are healing, you should avoid lifting heavy objects and bending over at the waist. Hold off on driving until you get your doctor’s permission to do so. If you experience severe pain or don’t believe your recovery is progressing on schedule, contact your eye care specialist immediately.

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