Cataract Lens Options in Bloomington, IN

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About Cataract Lens Options

With nearly three million patients being diagnosed with cataracts every year, cataract surgery has become a highly perfected procedure within the eye health field. At The Eye Center of Southern Indiana, our team performs both traditional and cataract surgery, depending on your needs. The goal of this treatment is the same for both techniques: to remove the cataract lens of the eye and replace it with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). There are many different types of IOLs offered, and we will help you choose the best lens type to suit your unique vision needs and lifestyle. If you've been diagnosed with cataracts or have noticed distinctly cloudier vision, reach out to our team in Bloomington, IN today. Our leading ophthalmologist, R. Daniel Grossman, M.D., is one of the leading cataract surgeons in the country and uses his expertise to help cataract patients achieve clearer sight and improved eye health.

Types of intraocular lenses (IOLs)

IOLs are inserted into the eye after the diseased cataract lens has been removed. Prior to choosing the appropriate lens type for you, a member of our team will assess your vision needs. In many cases, receiving cataract surgery and a new lens can enhance your vision, and many patients forego the use of glasses and contacts following cataract surgery. At The Eye Center of Southern Indian, our team provides a number of IOL options, such as:

  • Monofocal IOLs let individuals view objects at a distance.
  • Multifocal IOLs let patients see objects up close, as well as middle and far distances.
  • Toric IOLs improve vision at a distance for those with severe astigmatism.

Cataract surgery: IOL Options

At The Eye Center of Southern Indiana, our skilled team of ophthalmologists and optometrists aims to provide attentive care for each person who visits our office. With a focus on sustaining strong patient-doctor relationships, our team gets to know you, as well as your eye health to provide you with the best feedback and suggestions for your ocular needs. If you suspect that you have cataracts, reach out to our team in Bloomington, IN to learn about your options.

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