All Posts in Category: Cataract News

Advances in Intra-Ocular Lenses Achieve Higher Satisfaction

While the main purpose of cataract surgery is to replace a clouded lens with a clear one, thereby improving visual potential, an additional benefit is the ability to re-focus the eye in the process. A new generation of intra-ocular lenses (IOLs) imparts tremendous optical benefits without adding any medical risks to the operation. Today’s IOLs […]

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Lens Implants Provide a Full Range of Vision to Cataract Patients–Even Those with Astigmatism

Cataract patients have something to celebrate! Not only has the AcrySof® ReStor® Intraocular Lens (IOL) revolutionized the visual acuity after cataract surgery – AcrySof® Toric IOLs now offer the same outcome for cataract patients with pre-existing astigmatism. The Princeton Eye Group remains in the forefront of this evolving lens technology. Each of our ophthalmologists is […]

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New Treatment Options for Cataracts and Presbyopia

FDA approval of special high technology intraocular lenses such as the ReStor, ReZoom, or Crystalens can often provide a full range of vision , allowing decreased dependence on glasses for both distance and near tasks for cataract patients who also suffer from presbyopia. Intraocular Lenses are surgically implanted to replace the eye’s natural lens. With […]

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