Cataract Implants Grove City, Ohio
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What is a Premium Cataract Implant?
Explaining the Impact of Your Intraocular Lens (IOL) Implant
Our Quick, Effective, Outpatient Experience
We understand that you have an active and busy lifestyle and we want to get you back on your way as quickly as possible.
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.
Types of Premium Cataract Lenses
Intraocular Lens Implants Designed for Your Vision Needs
Moses-Mouser & Associates has a proven track record of serving residents of Canal Winchester, Grove City and the greater metropolitan area for decades. We only use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure a successful cataract implant procedure that is perfectly suited to your specific needs. Our procedures are bladeless and pain-free.
If you happen to have cataracts in both eyes, a Monofocal Intraocular Lens surgery can be a highly beneficial procedure. Monofocal IOL refers to an intraocular lens with a fixed focus to see at a particular distance, whether near, intermediate or far.
These cataract lens implants are designed to increase patients’ ability to clearly see objects at varying distances without eyeglasses—near, far and intermediate.
Whereas many cataract implant procedures to correct vision involve altering the focusing power of the cornea itself, an accommodative IOL is a specific kind of replacement procedure that helps the lens work naturally with your eyes’ muscles, providing drastically improved vision and quality of life.
Helping You See Better Has Never Been This Simple
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 to determine the best options for your vision correction.
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
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
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.
We're Happy to Serve the Amazing People in Our Community
"Just wonderful, caring people. Thank you Dr. Mouser for taking the extra time and tests to find my problem"
"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."
"This is a wonderful doctor's office. They are always caring and very kind and helpful."
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a cataract? What are the symptoms?
A cataract is a cloudy film that forms over the lens of the eye causing blurry vision. If untreated, a cataract can lead to vision loss and even cause blindness.
What causes cataracts?
Cataracts are caused by natural changes that occur within the eye as you get older. Proteins in the eye’s lens break down and start to congeal causing a milky or cloudy film to appear over the lens. Because this is a gradual process, you may not recognize the symptoms or immediately notice changes to your eyesight. This is why regular eye exams are so important.
Are cataracts hereditary?
Yes and no. Cataracts are typically not considered hereditary. Most people who develop them do so in their 50s or 60s as the result of natural changes occurring within the eye. However, cataracts may in some instances be present at birth. These are called congenital cataracts. Also, if parents have cataracts, there’s at least the possibility that the child could develop them too, earlier in life.
How pervasive are cataracts?
Cataracts affect approximately 24 million Americans over the age of 40. By age 75, nearly half of all Americans will suffer from cataracts.
Can cataracts be prevented?
There are a number of things you can do that don’t involve surgery to prevent the possibility of cataracts. These also offer the added benefit of improving your overall health and well-being:
- Be mindful of your blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Hypertension puts you at greater risk of developing cataracts. Diabetic eye care is equally important as high blood sugar levels in people with diabetes may make them predisposed to cataracts.
- Maintain a healthy lifestyle, which includes eating healthy foods and maintaining an appropriate exercise routine.
- Limit excessive smoking and use of alcoholic beverages. In addition to your eyes, your skin, hair, heart and liver will thank you.
- When outdoors on sunny days, be sure to wear sunglasses or a hat with a brim to protect your eyes from the harsh glare of the sun.
- Get regular eye examinations by professionally-trained ophthalmologists, like the doctors and staff at Moses-Mouser & Associates.
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.