Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery Grove City, Ohio

Make Cloudy Vision a Thing of the Past

Our mission at Moses-Mouser & Associates is to improve your quality of life by helping you achieve as close to perfect vision as possible.

We’re committed to helping our patients reduce their dependence on eyeglasses and contact lenses and provide a wide-array of surgical procedures for the eyes, including cataract surgery. Our approach to patient care is to ensure the patient is the priority. We make sure to educate and inform our patients about their eye care options. When it comes to a patient’s decision, we are hands off. You choose your treatment plan, as we trust you will make the right decision for your eye health . We’re in the business of improving peoples’ eyesight and it’s a business we take very seriously. Schedule an appointment at one of our convenient locations to discuss your eye care today.
Healthy Vision vs Cataract Vision

What is a Cataract?

Identifying Symptoms of
Cataracts in Your Eyes

A cataract is an impediment to your vision due to the clouding of the normally clear lens behind the pupil. If you are experiencing cloudy vision, difficulty seeing at night or general discomfort with bright lights, you may be in need of cataract surgery. Cataracts, an eye disease, develop over time, and you may not even realize the change in your vision.

It is important to understand that our professional eye doctors are up front and 100% honest with our patients about potential risks and outcomes. We pride ourselves on taking a personal approach to eye care. At Moses-Mouser & Associates, you are never treated as a number, but rather as a unique individual with specific needs. We strive to make your experience a special one from the moment you are greeted by our friendly staff at the reception desk to the moment you come in for any follow-up treatments or appointments. Schedule at our Grove City or Canal Winchester offices and our ophthalmologists will treat you with the skilled eye care you deserve.

Types of Cataracts

Senile Cataracts

Senile or age-related cataracts are the most common type of cataract. This disease is natural with aging and it’s caused by the gradual thickening or clouding of the lens behind your pupil. As we age, our vision can start to get cloudy, as if we are looking through a cloudy window all the time. Fortunately, senile cataracts are treatable. Furthermore, senile cataracts are the world’s leading cause of treatable blindness.

Congenital Cataracts

A congenital cataract is a rare birth defect where a cataract is present in one or both eyes at birth or developed at a young age. If your baby is born with a congenital cataract, then the ideal time for removal is between the age of 6 weeks and 3 months.

We understand it can be scary to find out your newborn child has an eye disease. At Moses Mouser & Associates, our dedicated eye specialists will put your baby’s health first.

Secondary Cataracts

Sometimes the cataract removal procedure causes a side effect called posterior capsule opacification, or secondary cataracts. After the removal, scar tissue may be present that causes the cataract symptoms to come back. Fortunately, there is a solution; a non-invasive procedure called YAG laser capsulotomy can be performed to correct the secondary cataract and improve your vision.

Traumatic Cataracts

Traumatic cataracts are caused by damage to the eye from an external source. This can include blunt, penetrating, chemical, or radiation trauma. Each case of traumatic cataracts is different and calls f0r specialized treatment.

Cataract Surgery

Our Quick, Effective, Outpatient Experience

We understand that you have an active and busy life and we want to get you back on your way as quickly as possible.

Our highly trained eye physicians have decades of experience providing cataract surgery to thousands of patients with consistently exceptional results. Don’t trust the health of your eyes and vision to anyone else except seasoned eye specialists with a wealth of experience treating cataracts. We make sure to let you know about any potential procedural risks and outcomes upfront, and ultimately encourage you to decide on the best treatment option based on all of the information we provide. Our commitment is to improve your vision and quality of life. Our eye specialists in Grove City work with you to determine the best outpatient experience to have you back to seeing clearly.

Contact Surgery
Cataract Surgery Risks

Experienced Cataract Surgeons

You Can Trust Moses Mouser with Your Surgical Needs

Our eye specialists have decades of combined experience providing excellent results to patients throughout Central Ohio including Canal Winchester, Washington Courthouse and Grove City, Ohio. Correct your eyesight with a visit to the eye specialists at Moses Mouser & Associates. Undergo refractive surgery to clear your vision of the cataract, and also correct near-sightedness or far-sightedness, and even astigmatism. All surgeries have a certain degree of risk. We make sure you understand all implications, risks, and potential outcomes and then provide you with world-class eye care based on your informed decision.
Procedural Risks
The major risks of cataract surgery include the possibility of bleeding, infection, injury to areas of the eye due to anesthesia, high eye pressure, detached retina, or a droopy eyelid. There is also the risk, in rare cases, that cataract surgery may not improve your vision. These results often solely depend on the patient’s reaction to the procedure.

We understand your vision is extremely important. Trust the eye specialists at Moses Mouser to provide you personalized care before, during, and after your procedure.

Helping You See Better Has Never Been This Simple

Full Eye Exam

Comprehensive Eye Exam

Experience the difference at Moses-Mouser & Associates. Our vision specialists take time to listen to your unique needs while performing a comprehensive eye exam determining the best options for your vision correction.

Discuss Treatment Options

Discuss Treatment Options

Whether discussing treatment options for simple vision corrections or a more involved surgical approach, our courteous, experienced eye doctors will walk you through each option so you can make the best decision for you.

Schedule Your Treatment

Schedule Your Treatment

At this point, you will choose your eyewear or schedule a time for your procedure. We are committed to answering all of your questions and will explain complicated procedures in a way you can understand.

Post Treatment Follow Up

Post Treatment Follow Up

From the beginning of treatment to the end, our focus remains on you and your eye health. Whether picking up new eyewear or following up with one of our eye doctors for a post-surgical exam, we pride ourselves on providing a convenient, hassle-free experience.

Patient Reviews

We're Happy to Serve the Amazing People in Our Community

Five Star Review from Jennifer C..

"Just wonderful, caring people. Thank you Dr. Mouser for taking the extra time and tests to find my problem"

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Five Star Review from Jeremy F.

"Very friendly and thorough. When you're here, you feel like family and get treated like a person and not a client. Absolutely love it here."

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"This is a wonderful doctor's office. They are always caring and very kind and helpful."

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the side effects of cataract surgery?

It is important to note side effects are rare after cataract surgery.  The side effects can include eye infection of swelling, bleeding, retinal detachment, drooping eyelid, and temporary rise in eye pressure.

What does recovery look like after cataract surgery?

After surgery, your eyes will be sensitive and they may itch or feel sore. Your doctor will give you eye drops to prevent infection. You will need to rest and restrict movement for a couple days in order to support your recovery. Your doctor may suggest for you to sleep with an eye shield to prevent any damage during sleep.

How long does it take for eyes to heal after cataract surgery?

It takes 8 weeks for your eyes to completely heal after cataract surgery.

What complications can result from cataract surgery?

The complications from cataract surgery include infection, inflammation, retinal detachment, lens fragments, fluid build up in the retina, dislocated intraocular lens (IOL), secondary cataract, swelling in the cornea, bleeding, floaters or flashes of light, high eye pressure, light sensitivity, droopy eyelid, dysphotopsia.

What is the procedure time of cataract surgery?

Cataract surgery is a very quick procedure and often takes no longer than 10 minutes.

See What You've Been Missing

Schedule an appointment at one of our locations in the Canal Winchester or Grove City area. Our state-of-the-art equipment, a broad selection of eyeglasses, prescription contacts, and our compassionate eye doctor team will have you seeing why people choose Moses-Mouser & Associates.