Cataract Surgeon in Houston – Best IOL Surgery – AcrySof ReSTOR, Crystalens, ReZoom

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  • Dr. Wade Dr. Mayo

    The Eye Center of Texas
    Edward C. Wade, MD, FACS and
    Mark L. Mayo, MD

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    (877) 891-5998

    6565 W. Loop S. Suite 650
    Bellaire, TX 77401
    Other Locations: Sugar Land, Webster,
    Pasadena, Katy & The Woodlands/Conroe

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Houston Cataract Surgeon Directory

The directory above provides a list of some of the best cataract surgeons in Houston. These top surgeons offer the newest technology for cataract surgery, including advanced IOLs, such as AcrySof ReSTOR, Crystalens and ReZoom. These top cataract surgeons in Houston use the "no stitch," "no patch" surgical technique. During the procedure an incision is made in the cornea, the natural lens is removed using a process called phacoemulsification and an intraocular lens (IOL) is placed in the eye. Because of the angle of the incision and the pressure within the eye, the incision closes on its own after the procedure is completed and does not require a stitch.

Different types of IOLs can be implanted during surgery. Some of these lenses offer Houston area patients correction for distance vision, while some of the lenses offer correction for both near and distance. It is best to consult a top cataract surgeon in the Houston area when making a decision about the type of IOL that is best for each patient.

What is a Cataract?

A cataract is a clouding of the lens caused by protein build up in the lens. A cataract is a permanent condition that can continue to increase in cloudiness over time. When the cloudiness advances to a state where the patient can no longer perform everyday tasks, then the Houston cataract surgeon may recommend removing the lens and replacing it with an IOL. Some of these cataract surgeons also offer other types of procedures, such as blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery. Consult with the surgeon to learn about the range of services. These specialists may also be able to recommend other surgeons for elective procedures, such as a plastic surgeon in Houston.

Houston as a Destination for Cataract Surgery

The high quality of cataract surgeons and the sights and sounds of Houston draw many patients to the area for cataract surgery and subsequent relaxation after the procedure. Most patients can return to a normal routine the very next day after surgery, although strenuous activity is not advised. Patients can use their new found vision to enjoy the Houston area. The city is an easy place to visit because of the Houston Airport System, one of the largest and most efficient airport systems in the country.

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