How 26 Years Of Cataract Surgical Experience Has Helped
Over 20,000 Patients And Counting
Dr. Davies has been providing personalized care to patients in San Diego county and from around the world for over 26 years. Under his leadership, the Davies Eye team has helped over 30,000 people enjoy the benefits of today’s advanced cataract surgery, benefits that include clear vision and reduced dependence on glasses.
Dr. Davies is recognized as one of the leading cataract surgeons in the country; his incredible surgical skills and knowledge of the most up-to-date technology available make him the best choice for you when choosing a cataract surgeon. In July of 2008, he was first in the world to implant the FDA approved Crystalens HD500 developed by Bausch & Lomb.
Cataract and Lens Replacement
Cataracts are a normal part of growing older; about half of Americans older than 65 have some degree of clouding of the lens. As you get older, the natural lens, located behind the iris in your eye, may gradually begin to get “cloudy” and interfere with light and images getting to your retina. As the lens becomes cloudier, your vision slowly becomes more blurred. If allowed to remain, the cataract will progress to the point where there will be a complete loss of vision in your eye. Surgery is the only way to remove a cataract. Last year approximately 2.7 million Americans underwent cataract surgery.
Some of the symptoms of cataracts are:
- Slightly Blurred vision (like lookng through a cloudy piece of glass)
- Light sensitivity (ei. sensitivity to lights at night)
- Glare, halos
- Colors seem faded (diminished brightness of colors)
- Poor night vision
You might be under the impression to wait until your cataract grows to the point of interfering significantly with your vision quality before taking action. The best thing to do is to continue to visit your eye doctor regularly to monitor the cataract’s progress. Cataracts not only affect your vision quality but can interfere with your vision at a level where it is unsafe to drive, or difficult to perform everyday tasks. If you can relate to any of the symptoms mentioned above, then it’s time to discuss a cataract solution with Dr. Davies. The only way to restore clear vision is to remove the clouded lens. Replace it with a clear, permanent implant called an intraocular lens (Also known as an IOL).
Advanced vision technology is available at Davies Eye Center, there is no reason to let cataracts affect or interfere with another day of your life. Cataract surgery at Davies Eye Center is a safe, painless, fifteen-minute outpatient procedure performed exclusively by Dr. Davies, in our renowned AAAHC accredited in-house surgery center. Providing an on-site surgery center provides a priceless benefit for all of our patients. You no longer have to travel to multiple locations to receive the outstanding care you deserve. For most patients, cataract surgery restores a level of youthful vision that is actually better than before they developed cataracts, gifting them the blessing to enjoy their lives with clear priceless vision.
Finally, Premium Lens Procedures With Priceless Results
Take a moment and imagine a day in your life free from the restrictions and hassles of glasses. No longer waking up and scrambling to find those tiny contacts or trying to remember where you last placed your glasses. If you are tired of suffering from poor vision and dependency on glasses due to a cataract or if you simply want to enjoy the finer things of life, free from glasses, the premium lens is for you. Dr. Davies is proud to offer the diamond standard in cataract solutions through lens implant technology. Offering a high success rate of the of glasses after cataract surgery. The premium accommodating IOLs offered at Davies Eye Center allow you to experience “Every Aspect Of Vision.” So you drive at night, read to your grandchildren, play board games or cards with your friends and enjoy all your favorite youthful activities like riding a bike, golfing, swimming, reading and tennis, free of glasses of course. Today is a great day to restore your youthful vision today with Cataract Solutions by Davies Eye Center.
Choosing the Right Premium Lens for You
Choosing the right lens implant to replace the natural clouded lens during cataract surgery is important. The artificial lens, is a clear lens that requires no care and becomes a permanent part of the eye. There are two main types of IOL to consider: monofocal and multifocal intraocular lenses. Monofocal lenses have a single zone of clear focus, usually set for excellent distance vision, but require the use of reading glasses for near tasks, like reading or sewing. Others, called multifocal lenses, have multiple zones of clear vision, providing both distance and near correction.
The monofocal intraocular lens will correct a cataract patient’s distant or near vision depending on the power of the implant. The recommendation is to select an implant that will improve the patient’s distance vision completely so that after the cataract surgery, reading glasses are the only thing required.
If your Cataract Surgeon In Florida doctor decides that a monofocal lens is the best vision correction for you then your ophthalmologist can implant different powered IOLs in the eye during your cataract surgery, this procedure is called “monovision”. Monovision can be achieved with contact lenses, refractive surgery or intraocular lens.
Patient’s who choose to have premium Multifocal Lens Implant will experience improved distance and reading vision, creating less dependency on reading glasses. After one refractive vision consultation with Dr. Davies at Davies Eye Center, he will discuss the options and types of implants that will best restore your vision and lifestyle.
Here are a few examples of monofocal lens implants or a Premium Lens Implants:
- NEW Premium Crystalens AO (Be Sure To Ask Dr. Davies About The Details…)
- Basic ReSTOR®
- Basic ReZoom™
Make The Crystal Clear Choice
Schedule a consultation at Davies Eye Center so you can meet and interview Dr. Davies personally, click here to request an appointment, or call (760) 284-6724 today.