Eugene Cataract Surgery: Lens Options, Risks & Aftercare Expert Guide Updated

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Pacific ClearVision Institute (1-541-343-5000) has released a new guide to the treatment options for cataracts, including surgery and various lens options, including PanOptix® Tri-focal Premium lenses.

The newly launched guide offers an accessible description of how cataracts affect vision, especially in seniors. Readers will gain a comprehensive understanding of a common vision issue and its implications.

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With the announcement of the guide, Pacific ClearVision Institute simplifies complex medical information for prospective patients. The guide describes the factors contributing to cataracts and discusses relatively new variable power, adjusting lenses, and their versatility.

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, cataracts are a common vision problem affecting nearly 25 million Americans over 40. In addition, roughly half of all adults aged 75 or more have cataracts. As an inevitable process linked to age, cataracts occur when the eye’s lens becomes cloudy. The results of cataracts include light sensitivity, hazy vision, declining night vision, and difficulty with reading. With Pacific ClearVision Institute’s guide to treatment options, patients can minimize the adverse effects of cataracts.

The guide outlines several common health issues that can contribute to cataracts, such as eye injuries, medications, diabetes, and long-term exposure to sunlight. The guide focuses on the process of lens replacement surgery, which is currently the most successful treatment for cataracts.

Lens replacement or cataract surgery is a common form of eye surgery available at Pacific ClearVision Institute. The guide helps patients understand the nuances of cataract surgery and includes a step-by-step account of what the surgery entails and aftercare options.

Pacific ClearVision Institute offers PanOptix® Tri-focal Premium lenses – special lenses that give patients freedom from glasses. These lenses have an intermediate focal point of 60cm, giving patients clear sight up close and middle distances.

With fully certified and trained opticians on staff, quality service is a priority at Pacific ClearVision Institute. A spokesperson highlights the clinic’s emphasis on aftercare: “Our mission is to provide compassionate, personalized care with skill and advanced technology while walking alongside our patients in their eye health journey.”

The clinic has offered leading eye surgery and vision care services across the Pacific Northwest since 1989. Along with cataract surgery, available services include LASIK laser vision correction, refractive surgery, and oculoplastics.

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