Long Island Cataract Surgeons – Best Information about Cataracts, Crystalens, IOLs

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  • Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island

    Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island

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    (800) 781-8320

    Ryan Medical Arts Building
    2000 North Village Avenue, Suite 402
    Rockville Centre, New York 115709
    Other locations: Lynnbrook, Valley Stream, East Setauket, Mahasset and East Meadow

  • North Shore Eye Care

    North Shore Eye Care

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    (800) 423-8932

    260 Middle Country Road, Suite 201
    Smithtown, New York 11787
    Other locations: Riverhead, Deer Park, Holbrook, Southampton, Southold, Garden City & Hempstead

  • TOC Eye

    TOC Eye

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    (866) 634-8808

    3400 Technology Drive, Suite 107
    East Setauket, NY 11733
    Other location: Wading River

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Learn About Cataract Surgery in Long Island – Rockville Centre & Garden City

Cataracts are a disease that causes clouding of the natural lens. Over time, the lens can become so cloudy and opaque that cataract patients can no longer see through the lens. A cataract surgery specialist in Rockville Centre, Garden City or other parts of Long Island can diagnose a cataract and determine whether the patient is a candidate for surgery. The top cataract surgeons in Long Island often use special tests that evaluate the patient's functional real-world vision. These tests for contrast sensitivity or glare sensitivity can determine how well a cataract patient can see under low contrast situations, such as driving at dawn or under glare conditions. Often Long Island cataract patients can see well at the doctor's office using the standard black-on-white Big E Chart, but actually see poorly in the real world. These special tests can help the eye surgeon determine the true loss in functional vision caused by the cataract.

After Diagnosing and Evaluating the Cataracts

Once the cataract has been diagnosed and the vision loss created by the cataract has been determined, the cataract surgeon may recommend surgery. During the surgical procedure the eye surgeon makes a small incision in the outer edge of the eye. An instrument, called a phacoemulsification device, is inserted through the incision and is used to dissolve and remove the natural cloudy lens. An artificial lens, or intraocular lens (IOL), is placed in the eye where the natural lens had been. Many options now exist for choosing an IOL that best suits the patient's lifestyle. New lenses, such as Crystalens, AcrySof ReSTOR, ReZoom and Tecnis, offer the opportunity for the patient to live free of glasses or contact lenses after surgery. The best Long Island cataract surgeons can replace the natural lens with a premium lens and in many cases after surgery patients can see at distance and up close without vision correction. Be sure to ask your surgeon about the availability of these premium IOLs.

Some of the top cataract surgeons in Rockville Centre, Garden City and throughout Long Island also offer anti-aging procedures, such as Restylane or Juvederm, to provide a more youthful appearance to go along with the new youthful vision. For body contouring procedures, such as breast enlargement or breast lift surgery, it is best to consult a Long Island plastic surgeon.

Visiting Long Island for Cataract Surgery

Long Island is home to some of the best cataract surgeons in the tri-state area, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Often patients travel to see these top surgeons and to enjoy some of the great attractions in the Long Island area. One of the best attractions for enjoying the scenery with your newfound vision is Fire Island National Park. Located on the National Sea Shore, the park contains the Fire Island Lighthouse and Wilderness.

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