Advanced Cataract Surgery

Cataract is a clouding of the eye's lens. When we look at something, light rays travel into our eye through the pupil and are focused through the lens onto the retina, a layer of light-sensitive cells at the back of the eye. The lens must be clear in order to focus light properly onto the retina. If the lens has become cloudy, this is called a cataract.
 

If your vision has become blurry, cloudy or dim, or things you see are not as bright or colorful as they used to be, a cataract may have developed in one or both of your eyes. Our expert cataract surgeons offer the best and newest innovations for treating cataracts.

Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery

Each of our cataract surgeons are trained and highly experienced in the use of the LensX laser for laser-assisted cataract surgery. If recommended by your physician, take a look here to learn more about the system.

Premium Lens Options​

Like your eye's natural lens, an IOL focuses light that comes into your eye through the cornea and pupil onto the retina, the sensitive tissue at the back of the eye that relays images through the optic nerve to the brain. Most IOLs are made of a flexible, foldable material and are about one-third of the size of a dime.  Like the lenses of prescription eyeglasses, your IOL will contain the appropriate prescription to give you the best vision possible.

 

Our cataract surgeons offer the following lenses:

  • Alcon's SN60WF (monofocal)

  • Alcon's Acrysof Restor

  • AMO's Tecnis Z9002 (monofocal)

  • AMO's Symfony & Symfony Toric

  • Bausch & Lomb's Crystalens

  • Bausch & Lomb's Trulign

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Arnold, MD 21012

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