Can I Get Glaucoma Surgery if I Have Cataracts?
Do you have cataracts? Are they making it difficult to see the world around you? When cataracts are severe, many people choose to have cataract surgery and regain their clear vision! If you have glaucoma, you may be wondering if you can undergo cataract surgery. Keep reading for some insight into treatment options and if […]
8 Signs You Could Have A Cataract
Is your vision cloudy or foggy? These are some common signs of cataracts. Cataracts occur when the natural lens of the eye is no longer clear. This happens when proteins in the lens start to clump together, making it harder to see. You may even eventually lose your vision completely. Finding out you have cataracts […]
What is No Stitch Cataract Surgery?
Are you thinking that it may be time to have cataract surgery? At Takle Eye Group, many of our patients who undergo cataract surgery have Dr. Takle’s no stitch, no injection, cataract surgery. Keep reading to learn more about no stitch cataract surgery and to find out if it could be right for you! What is No […]
What To Expect After Cataract Surgery
If you or a loved one are currently scheduled to have cataract surgery, you may have some questions about what to expect after the procedure. That’s a normal reaction before you have any surgical procedure, and it’s a good way to prepare. Not sure where to start? Keep reading for an idea of what you […]
Can You Be Too Young For Cataracts?
Cataracts are most known for affecting older people. Especially in patients over 40, cataracts are part of the natural aging process. But cataracts can come from different causes. Keep reading to learn more about other ways you can develop cataracts! Traditional Cataracts Traditional cataracts occur because of aging. When the proteins inside of your lens […]
How Do I Choose An IOL?
Intraocular lenses are part of a refractive surgery known as refractive lens exchange. Refractive lens exchange is also known as RLE. RLE treats people with presbyopia, cataracts, or as an alternative to LASIK. During RLE, the cornea is opened up, leaving the tissue still attached. This is to allow for quick healing after the procedure. […]
A Clearer Picture of Cataract Surgery: Why Lasik Might not be the Answer
When your vision is less than perfect, it’s easy to jump at a popular treatment, expecting it to be the one for you. Lasik, for example, is the most commonly performed vision correction surgery. It is a highly effective procedure, but for people over age 50 with vision issues it might be worth talking to […]