Types of Cataract Surgery
There are several types of cataract surgery procedures available, which vary based on the technology and the type of lens used.
Laser Cataract Surgery
Loden iVision Centers specializes in Laser iCataract™ Surgery, which uses state-of-the-art technology for a safe and optimal outcome. Laser cataract surgery is performed with a laser instead of a scalpel or handheld tool, which is used in traditional cataract surgery. By using a laser, your doctor is able to perform the procedure with unparalleled safety and precision. Loden iVision Centers uses a femtosecond laser for its premium iCataract procedure.
Traditional Cataract Surgery
In traditional cataract surgery, the surgeon uses a scalpel to make a small incision and remove the cataract. They may then break the lens into smaller pieces with an ultrasonic device to easily remove it from the eye. After the lens is removed during your cataract surgery, they will insert a new intraocular lens (IOL) into the eye.
Cataract Surgery Lens Options
Loden iVision Centers offers several IOL options, based on your specific vision needs. By choosing to have Advanced Laser iCataract Surgery with a Lifestyle Lens, you may be able to see the world as well as you did when you were younger, without the hassle of glasses or contacts. Thanks to modern advancements, there’s never been a better time to have cataract surgery! There are many lens options that will allow you to eliminate cataracts as well as reduce your dependence on glasses and contacts.
See at All Distances With a Lifestyle Lens
At Loden iVision Centers, we offer a variety of Lifestyle Lenses that help you reclaim the vision of your youth and see near, far, and everywhere in between! See the cataract surgery lens options available:
Schedule a Consultation to Learn About Your Options
At Loden iVision Centers, we want to help you experience the world with clear vision, free from the hassle of glasses or contacts! To make this dream a reality, we offer Laser iCataract surgery and a variety of lens options. To see what type of cataract surgery would be best for you, call us at (615) 859-3937 to schedule a consultation with one of our friendly and knowledgeable cataract counselors.