Dealing with that post-cataract operation life can be a struggle—to say the least. But there’s ways of getting around that. For starters, you’ll want to speak with a professional about getting top-notch treatment. Fortunately such individuals exist at Todays Vision Pearland. Go ahead and meet with our eye doctor in Friendswood as soon as possible.
Once the lens is removed during cataract surgery, you’ll want to get a replacement lens. Like an IOL. Eyes glazing over, wondering what in the world those are? Fair enough. An IOL (Intraocular lens) is a medical device that is implanted inside the eye. They’re used to correct vision. Before these lens, one would usually wear thick eyeglasses or special contact lenses in order to see post cataract surgery. Of course not all IOLs are made the same. You’ll come across different types which are designed to meet different vision needs. Some of the many forms include: aspheric IOLS (spherically shaped; provides sharper vision, especially in low light conditions for folks with large pupils); toric IOLs (correct astigmatism, farsightedness, and nearsightedness); accommodating IOLs (designed to provide clear vision at a single focal point—ideal for driving); multifocal IOLs (decreases need for reading or computer glasses). These are just some of many other options out on the market. For more information, or to get yourself set up with one of these lenses, don’t hesitate to contact Todays Vision Pearland. And meet with our eye doctor in Friendswood.
That’s all there is to it. Now all you have to do is pick up that magical device called a phone, punch a few numbers and called Todays Vision Pearland. Or shoot us an e-mail—that works, too. Either way, our staff will help you schedule an appointment with our first-rate eye doctor in Friendswood. Just like we said it would be…easy.