Advanced Cataract Surgery
Advanced cataract surgery allows your surgeon to tailor your procedure with the goal of reducing your dependency on glasses or contact lenses. During your procedure, Dr. Griffin will use the most advanced technology available, including premium Intra-Ocular Lenses. These advanced Intra-Ocular Lenses (IOLS) can potentially eliminate one's dependence on glasses for most activities such as driving, working on a computer or reading a book, rendering a more natural like-vision.
There are a number of advanced IOL options, each having some advantages and disadvantages. These include Accommodating IOLs, Multifocal IOLs and Extended Depth of Focus IOLs. Which one is best for you depends on the unique characteristics of your eye as well as your lifestyle needs.
- Monofocal- This option gives you one range of vision. You may need glasses to see up close or at another range.
- Multifocal-This option gives you the ability to see distance, intermediate, and near without being dependent on glasses.
- Extended Depth of Focus- provide high quality, continuous vision — from near to far and points in between — and may reduce the overall wearing of glasses.
- Toric- This option is to correct astigmatism.
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-“I had Multi Focal Lenses placed in both eyes and I can SEE distance, intermediate, and close-up. The colors are so clear and bright! I am so glad I had cataract surgery with Dr. Griffin!” – J. Ascani
“I am ecstatic about my cataract surgery! Doctor Griffin was amazing from my initial consultation to my post op visit today. One day after surgery and I am seeing 20/20!”- C. Byrd
"I was so afraid to have cataract surgery. All the staff are kind and professional and made me feel comfortable. This has been an awesome experience!"- H. Helmly
“I drove from Myrtle Beach to Texas starting in the early morning. The weather was misty with some rain, but I could see everything! So glad I had my cataract removed and very happy with my vision!” -E. Majestic
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"The TV is clear and I can read the paper! I am so happy with my vision after cataract surgery!"- B. Fudges
Cataract surgery is only performed once in a person's lifetime, so it is important to consider your lens options..