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Cataracts---Choices for Vision Correction

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That's great news Phil!


Its quite the difference, isn't it!

I hear....."Wow! The colors!" so often at work!

Think of it this way.....

It takes a while for a Cataract to form, it can dull your vision so slowly over a long period of time, the brain doesn't "see/recognize" the change.

I had a surgeon say, "The brain thinks it so smart, but the eyes easily trick it".


Its amazing, but with most folks whom only get 1 eye done, your surgeon most likely prepared for you wanting to get the other eye done.

Pre-op measurements where probably done for both eyes, ready for your next surgery.


The day of surgery is quite the process.

Probably took longer to get prepped than the actual surgery.



Hope your surgery went well. 

The one piece of advice that I tell all our patients is...… If your surgeon has you start eyedrops after surgery, follow it to the letter!

It may sting for a second, but that means its working.


Tom E 


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