Two years ago, Anne Collins of Arlington, Va., who has been wearing glasses since fifth grade, noticed she had trouble reading the overhead street signs while driving. Cataracts, the clouding of the natural lenses that occur with age, were taking their toll.
She decided it was time for cataract surgery.
"Mrs. Collins, now 61, chose to have her lenses replaced with two different intraocular lenses – one for seeing far and the other for seeing near — in a procedure known as refractive cataract surgery."
So, can you be glasses-free after cataract surgery? As you can see, the short answer is... Yes! However, if you want to be sure you get the best cataract surgery for your specific eyes and lifestyle, then you'll need to know your options.
In this 30 minute webinar, we'll tell you everything you need to know to end up glasses-free after cataract surgery.