Cataract surgery is a common procedure performed more than one million times every year. Because of advances in microsurgical techniques, cataract surgery results in significant improvement in vision without major complications in over 95% of cases.
With treatment, the majority of complications resolve with time. While cataract surgery is one of the safest forms of surgery, no surgery is without risk. Before undergoing cataract removal we will explain to you the risks involved based on your individual case.
There is no longer any reason for a person to suffer blindness or poor vision solely because of cataracts. Although there can be no guarantee of success with any surgical procedure, the overwhelming odds are that your surgery will go well.
Cataract surgery can restore more than good vision. It can restore dignity, independence, and all the joys that go with living life as fully as possible.