Category: Cataract

Everything You Should Know: Cataract Surgery Recovery

Cataract surgery may only take around an hour, but a lot goes on in that hour! With so much happening in such a short period of time, you probably want to know what to expect after the procedure. Knowing what to expect will put your mind at ease, and give you the information you need… Read More

Astigmatism and its Importance in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

by Terrence J. Doherty, MD “I was told that I have astigmatism.” This is a common phrase that eye doctors hear from their patients, especially when they present for LASIK or cataract surgery. Sometimes it’s even phrased “an astigmatism” like an object of some kind. Although most of these patients are familiar with the term… Read More

What to Expect After Cataract Surgery

In the old days, cataract surgery was a big ordeal. In fact, people used to get admitted to the hospital for this procedure. Today, the procedure is so simple that patients go home the same day. Even though it is a relatively simple surgery, it is still a good idea to know what to expect… Read More

6 Common Cataract Risk Factors

You likely know all about age-related cataracts. As people age, the lenses in their eyes change. Those changes can make the lenses opaque or cloudy. Age might be the biggest cause of cataracts, but it is one of many. Educate yourself on the causes so you can prevent developing cataracts. Nutritional Issues Nutrients make your… Read More

KAMRA and Raindrop lenses for presbyopia: approach with caution

Recently there have been several press releases and advertisements for the FDA-approvals of two brands of corneal inlays: the KAMRA Inlay and the RAINDROP Inlay. Both inlays are small discs that are implanted into the front of the cornea in only one of your eyes; typically, the non-dominant eye. Each are advertised to improve near… Read More

Is There a Connection Between Cataracts and Alzheimer’s Disease?

A study published in 2012 suggested that cataracts and Alzheimer’s Disease are connected. The study authors believe that the delta-catenin protein is connected to the high prevalence of cataracts in Alzheimer’s patients. This protein is a key to cognitive development. It is also being studied for its role in the formation of some cancer types…. Read More

Can You Have LASIK if You Have Cataracts?

LASIK surgery can be a great option for someone who doesn’t want to deal with contacts or glasses anymore. Not only is the hassle of corrective lenses gone, so is the long-term expense that comes with the annual or bi-annual replacement of glasses and/or buying disposable contact lenses every few months. For someone with cataracts,… Read More

How to Minimize your Cataract Surgery Recovery Time

So, you finally went through with your cataract surgery. Congratulations! Life after cataracts is often met with a renewed sense of adventure and a readiness to get out there and start living! But we’re here to tell you that in order to experience the amazing results of cataract surgery, you must heal properly. At Loden… Read More

World Sight Day 2016: Everything You Need to Know

World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness observed by the World Health Organization Global Action Plan, every second Thursday of October. This annual day of awareness has been held since 1998 and is meant to build awareness for blindness and vision impairment. People from around the world are encouraged to observe World Sight… Read More

Common Misconceptions about Cataracts

For being so common, there are still a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding cataracts. At Loden iVision Center, we want all of our patients to be properly informed when it comes to their eyes, and the conditions that can affect them. To increase cataract awareness and knowledge, let us dispel a few common myths… Read More

Many thanks to Doctor Loden and his amazing staff! They made something that would otherwise be very intimidating very comforting. Their professionalism and service was off the charts. I am one day post surgery and am pain free and can see better than I have for twenty years. I would recommend them to anyone!

Hampton B.

I am so thankful to Dr. Loden. My results from my LASIK surgery were instant. I don't have hardly any vision distortion and it 1 day post surgery, it will just keep getting better each day. I see better now than I've ever been able to with glasses or contacts. I so recommend Dr Loden!!!

Kim C.

Provided by Citysearch - Thanks to Dr. Loden and his staff. I had ILASIK yesterday with the guarantee that I would have 20/20 or better. Now it's the day after and sure enough I have 20/20 in both eyes and Dr. Loden says ""it will only get better."" Everything he has said has been spot on so there is no need to doubt him now. His staff was the nicest people I've ever met in a business environment. If anyone deserves a award it would be Loden Vision Center.