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Combat Cataracts and Astigmatism with Toric Lenses

By November 26, 2013 February 3rd, 2016 No Comments
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Combat Cataracts and Astigmatism with Toric Lenses

If the combination of cataracts and astigmatism mars your vision, an experienced ophthalmologist can help restore your eyesight with toric lenses in Las Vegas. The use of these intraocular lenses (IOLs) is a proven way to treat this disorder.

Cataracts occur when the lens in your eye hardens, and the result is your vision becomes dim, cloudy, and blurry. Generally, cataracts are age-related and affect senior citizens more than younger people.

Astigmatism causes objects to appear hazy, whether they are near or far away. This is because the cornea does not have an even curve like it should.

Normally, removing a cataract is done as outpatient treatment. The ophthalmologist makes a miniscule incision along the side of your eye. A tiny device is introduced into the eye, and ultrasound waves emitted from the device crumble the clouded lens.

After the surgeon suctions the lens from your eye, it is replaced with an IOL. The patient’s toric lens responds to light that enters your eye just as a normal, clear lens do. Thus, your vision is no longer distorted.

Using new technology, when the IOL is inserted, it unfolds and adjusts to the curvature of your eye. This process rounds your cornea, which eliminates astigmatism. Now, at any distance, the objects you see are no longer hazy, and colors are brighter.

After the procedure, you will rest a short time in the recovery room. Then you can go home, but you’ll need someone to drive as your sight may not yet be normal. The next day, though, with your new toric lenses you can return to your normal activities.

Visit a board-certified ophthalmologist in Las Vegas to see if toric lenses are right for you and help you with your vision.

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