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Cataract Surgery 


Cataract Surgery with Spectrum Eye

The doctors at Spectrum Eye Institute revolutionize the patient care experience by utilizing a highly-accurate. With the expert skills of our highly-trained ophthalmologists, the cataract treatment will eliminate your clouded vision. In addition, the treatment reduces the effects of astigmatism ten times more than the manual techniques used at other neighboring eye clinics.

There is also a lens for all different forms of lifestyles and needs: 

Laser Cataract Surgery Options

Our physicians utilize the latest technology in regard to premium lenses, they use PanOptix, Vivity, & Toric.  They have access to femtosecond lasers for cataract surgery and ORA.  We also utilize 3 in one drops (from Imprimisrx) for cataract surgery.  They also perform goniotomy procedures at the time of surgery for glaucoma patients. 

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Cataract Lens Options

Depth-of-Focus Lens

A new category of intraocular lenses called "Depth-of-Focus" or "Extended Range of Focus" is helping patients see at varying distances, providing an extended range of vision, unlike conventional monofocal or "single vision" lenses. If you are researching the best lenses prior to cataract surgery, these lenses provide functional, high-quality vision for active individuals from far distances to near to minimize the use of glasses. Although individuals might still prefer to wear glasses for prolonged reading, the vast majority of patients experience freedom from glasses for tasks such as driving, watching TV, using their cell phone, computer, and menus.


Toric Lens

This cataract lens is a great option if you have astigmatism. Its revolutionary technology makes it possible for your eye doctor in Joliet, IL, and other areas to perform a single outpatient procedure in which the clouded cataract lens is exchanged for an IOL designed to correct astigmatism as well. The Toric lens can help you to enjoy quality distance vision without eyeglasses or contact lenses.

The Toric lens is a foldable, single-piece lens that is implanted during cataract surgery to replace the clouded lens. The unique design of the Toric IOL makes it possible to reduce or eliminate corneal astigmatism and significantly improve uncorrected distance vision. You may be able to break free from eyeglasses or contact lenses for distance vision in just one step, without the need for additional surgical procedures.

Multifocal Lens
A multifocal lens is used to correct Presbyopia in normal-sighted people. Most IOLs can only correct vision at one distance. The advanced technology in this cataract lens is designed to correct vision near, far, and in-between, for your best chance at freedom from glasses.

Monofocal Lens
The monofocal lens is typically covered by insurance or Medicare. This cataract lens can provide clear distance vision. You will likely still need glasses for reading and possibly distance vision with this lens.

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The lens you choose matters, contact us today so we can make sure you can see the best results!

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