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Cataracts Dartmouth

A cataract is the clouding of the crystalline lens of the eye. Most of us are born with a clear crystalline lens in each eye, located behind the iris and pupil. As we age, the lens can become cloudy and when this begins to interfere with your ability to read, drive or enjoy your favorite activities, cataract surgery will most likely be the best solution.

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At Eye Health Vision Centers, our experienced cataract surgeons offer the best in cataract surgery. We provide the best possible patient experience, partnering with you to tailor your care to meet your vision goals and financial needs. If you feel that you are experiencing cloudy or blurry vision contact us today!

DISEASE/DISORDER

A thin capsule surrounding the lens acts as a barrier to block toxins from entering the lens. However this same capsule can trap unwanted byproducts of metabolism taking place inside the eye. Over time, this can make a clear crystalline lens become cloudy and contributes to the formation of a cataract. What at first may seem like looking through a smudge on one’s glasses or contact lens, can eventually leave a person unable to see an object unless it is held right in front of their face.

Early warning signs of cataract formation include:

  • Cloudy or blurry vision
  • Difficulty driving at night, often with headlights seeming too bright (i.e., glare)
  • Feeling uncomfortable with the glare of lamps, or seeing halos around lights
  • Colors may seem faded
  • Seeing double, multiple or even shadowy “ghost” images
  • Frequent changes in eyeglass or contact prescriptions being required

Cataract Vision

Contact Eye Health Vision Centers for more information about Cataract Surgery on the SouthCoast of Massachusetts including Dartmouth and Fall River or to schedule an appointment for an evaluation.

 

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Cataract Center

Cataracts Dartmouth

A cataract is the clouding of the crystalline lens of the eye. Most of us are born with a clear crystalline lens in each eye, located behind the iris and pupil. As we age, the lens can become cloudy and when this begins to interfere with your ability to read, drive or enjoy your favorite activities, cataract surgery will most likely be the best solution.

View Video

At Eye Health Vision Centers, our experienced cataract surgeons offer the best in cataract surgery. We provide the best possible patient experience, partnering with you to tailor your care to meet your vision goals and financial needs. If you feel that you are experiencing cloudy or blurry vision contact us today!

DISEASE/DISORDER

A thin capsule surrounding the lens acts as a barrier to block toxins from entering the lens. However this same capsule can trap unwanted byproducts of metabolism taking place inside the eye. Over time, this can make a clear crystalline lens become cloudy and contributes to the formation of a cataract. What at first may seem like looking through a smudge on one’s glasses or contact lens, can eventually leave a person unable to see an object unless it is held right in front of their face.

Early warning signs of cataract formation include:

  • Cloudy or blurry vision
  • Difficulty driving at night, often with headlights seeming too bright (i.e., glare)
  • Feeling uncomfortable with the glare of lamps, or seeing halos around lights
  • Colors may seem faded
  • Seeing double, multiple or even shadowy “ghost” images
  • Frequent changes in eyeglass or contact prescriptions being required

Cataract Vision

Contact Eye Health Vision Centers for more information about Cataract Surgery on the SouthCoast of Massachusetts including Dartmouth and Fall River or to schedule an appointment for an evaluation.

 

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The Greater New Bedford Surgical and Laser Center was opened in 1986 with the express purpose of rendering high quality, state of the art eye surgery to patients of all ages, especially those with cataracts, glaucoma, or cornea disease. The Center is designed specifically with the needs of the patient in mind. The entire process from initial examination to final outcome is conducted in a pleasant comfortable environment.

After a patient decides to have surgery, he or she is assigned his or her own Surgical Counselor who is available to answer questions and provide assistance. These individuals are specially trained to assist the patient throughout the entire surgical experience, including follow up care for as long as necessary. Patients are encouraged to contact their counselor for any questions, no matter how simple or complex.

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