The goal of cataract surgery should be to remove that cataract and correct any refractive errors. For example, significant astigmatism will degrade the image quality projected onto the retina, so it should be treated at the time of cataract surgery. For years, St. Luke’s has specialized in the treatment of astigmatism and helped patients achieve superior vision quality. If you suffer from astigmatism, cataracts, or other ocular maladie, we invite you to make an appointment at any of our five convenient locations.
Is your vision blurry or cloudy? Are you bothered by headlight glare when driving at night? If so, you may have cataracts. Consult your eye doctor to be sure. If you are exploring treatment options with your doctor, the TECNIS® Multifocal Implantable Lens may be the right choice for you.
It’s an advanced implantable lens, empowering you with high-quality vision in any light condition, from near to far distances—and everything in between. In fact, nearly 9 out of 10 patients don’t need glasses after the procedure.(1)