A Guide to Laser Vision Correction
Dr. Robert Maloney believes that a well-informed patient is key to successful vision correction surgery. He wants to be sure that you fully understand what you can expect from your procedure you choose.
He wants to help you care for and preserve your eyesight in the best way possible. Here, you can find the information that you need to help you make informed choices about health care for your eyes.
Other Vision Correction Procedures
For patients with significant cataracts who are looking to correct their nearsightedness or farsightedness, cataract surgery presents the best option. A cataract is a haziness of the natural lens inside the eye that impairs vision. After removing the cataract, the surgeon can implant a lens that will reduce or eliminate nearsightedness and farsightedness and potentially reduce presbyopia. Astigmatism, too, can be treated at the time of cataract surgery, either with AK (see above) or with a special astigmatic lens implant.
Modern cataract surgery, when performed by an experienced surgeon, can allow patients a recovery period rather similar to that of LASIK. In its most sophisticated form, cataract surgery can be performed with eyedrop anesthesia (as with LASIK or PRK) and require no sutures. An outpatient procedure in skilled hands, it takes twenty minutes or less to complete.Refractive Lens Exchange »
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