Search for cataract surgery clinic

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  1. Emily289

    Emily289 New Member

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    Hii all
    I need cataract surgery. I'm not able to read things without the help of glasses. I spent at least 10 hours per day sitting in front of a computer screen. So the continuous usage of glasses makes me irritating. I have made a pre-operative meeting with my family doctor. He suggested consulting a cataract surgeon as my eyes have become more faded. Now I'm in search of a cataract surgery clinic to avoid using glasses after surgery. I found one of them over the internet while seeking through their customer's reviews. Can anyone suggest some other well-known clinics that you have a fair experience?
    I really appreciate any help you can provide.
     
  2. breplum

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    Perhaps not so relevant since I am in the usa, but, I have recently had both lenses replaces a few months ago.
    My "eye doctor" is the same person who did the procedures.
    I had to pay out of pocket for "premium" lenses, as my insurance, Medicare only paid for single focal length type lenses.
    With multifocal premium lenses, I now have packed all my glasses away. I can read, use computer, watch tv across room and see distance w/o glasses. It is amazing. Both lenses are multifocal.
    I chose the Symfony lens implants and am beyond delighted. I am 68 and mostly had cataracts and presbyopia.
     
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  4. Bannerman

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