Cataract Surgery

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WE OFFER THE BEST
treatment and options for you

50% of people over the age of 60 suffer from cataracts, a progressive clouding of the natural lens in the eye. With no medical treatment currently available to prevent or reverse the development of cataracts, those who suffer from this disease look to cataract surgery to clear their vision.

Michigan Eye Institute offers state-of-the-art treatment options, which are conducted by our expert surgeons to those who are suffering from clouded vision caused by cataracts. As a result of advances in technology, cataract correction treatments have become one of the most successful medical procedures that are performed.

The procedure is simple and involves inserting an intraocular lens into the eye through a micro-incision, replacing the clouded lens. Taking only minutes to complete, doctors are able to send patients home the same day as their procedure.

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cataracts?
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ARE YOU A CANDIDATE
for cataract surgery?

Do you have…
  • A visually significant cataract?
  • Impaired quality of life due to poor vision?
  • Other eye health issues?

If you said yes to any of the questions listed above, it may be time to schedule an appointment and get the quality treatment you deserve. Contact us and request an appointment today.

Our goals

The ultimate goal of any eye surgery is to improve your vision. This is why all corrective surgery decisions should be discussed with an experienced Michigan Eye Institute ophthalmologist or optometrist.

After a complete eye exam has been performed, the doctor will provide you with additional information and answer all questions you may have to help you make an informed and educated decision.

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WHAT TO EXPECT
before, during, and after surgery

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pre-operative

Michigan Eye Institute requires that all patients arrive to the surgery center at least one-hour before their procedure is scheduled to begin.

After you are checked-in, eye drops will be applied to the eyes to prepare you for surgery. Once in the operating room, your eyes will be cleaned and local anesthetic will be applied.

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procedure

During the procedure, a small incision will be made and a tiny probe will be used to break-up the cataract using high-energy sound waves. The incision requires no stitches and typically heals fast. Once the cataract is removed, an intraocular lens implant will be inserted.

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post-operative

Patients are free to return home soon after surgery and are encouraged to rest for the remainder of the day. Everyone has a different healing rate, but many patients experience improved vision almost immediately after the procedure. Most patients are able to return to their normal activities within one to two days after surgery.

Once cataracts are removed, they cannot grow back. However, the tissue behind the implant may cloud over time and cause blurred vision. This clouded vision can be corrected in our office using a laser to restore clear vision.

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Find the Solution
that’s right for you

To get more information about cataract surgery, send us a message. One of our staff members will contact you to set up a consultation with a Michigan Eye Institute doctor. See our procedure locations below.