Lens Replacement for Cataracts – Which Choice is Right for You?
–Lisa S. Bunin, M.D.
Cataract lens replacement surgery now offers you a superior quality of vision. Cataract Surgery has undergone tremendous technological advances since the days of your parents and grandparents. This year, millions of patients will choose to have both their vision and their lifestyles improved, thanks to this life-changing surgical procedure.
Your vision is precious and having the highest quality vision is priceless! Improved vision supports a vibrant lifestyle. Optical quality has improved in our televisions, cameras and smartphones, so you should expect the same level of technology improvement for your eyes.
“High Definition” Optics
We now offer new lens implants with “high definition” optics that focus light more sharply with fewer aberrations than older lenses, giving superior quality of vision. We offer new lens replacement for cataracts and procedures to reduce astigmatism. And we have multifocal lens implants, which provide better vision for distance, mid-range, and reading without glasses most of the time. These improvements give you far better vision quality and a higher quality of life than a standard implant can.
Cataract Lens Replacement Surgery – Who Performs the Surgery?
Dr. Lisa Bunin is a board certified ophthalmologist. While there are different eye-care professional called “eye doctors”, only an ophthalmologist (eye surgeon MD) can perform cataract surgery. Ophthalmologists have had vigorous training for eight or more years after college, and this very specialized surgery. Dr. Lisa Bunin will perform your cataract surgery. She is a member of American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery.
Cataract surgery is one of the most common procedures performed in the United States. It is typically an outpatient procedure requiring only a small amount of time. Cataract lens replacement surgery is also one of the safest and most successful surgeries.
If you think you may have developed cataracts, call to schedule your appointment with Dr. Lisa Bunin. Why have blurry vision when you can see clearly again?