Bladeless laser-assisted cataract surgery: a safe and precise option
Traditionally, cataract surgeons have used a handheld blade during surgery to make tiny incisions in the eye to remove a naturally clouded lens. Today, thanks to advances in surgical technology, people can choose to undergo a bladeless laser-assisted procedure instead.
Bladeless laser-assisted cataract surgery can help you get back to the lifestyle you love with improved vision, and it simplifies some of the most demanding steps of your procedure. Advanced laser-assisted surgery offers:
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Studies have shown that laser-assisted surgery can limit damage to your eye during surgery, and that it ensures more predictable and even incisions to help with healing and lens placement.
Talk to your eye care provider about bladeless laser-assisted cataract surgery options for your procedure.