Clear, sharp vision makes simple daily tasks possible and helps you enjoy life to the fullest. But what if your vision is getting cloudy?
The eye surgeons at Cornea Associates of Texas in Dallas, TX, can restore your vision with cataract surgery and advanced intraocular lenses.
How can removing the clouded, natural lens in your eye and replacing it with a state-of-the-art artificial lens bring life back into focus?
A Look at the Cataract Surgery Procedure
What Exactly Is a Cataract?
We have a natural lens in our eye behind the iris (the colored portion of our eye) that focuses light onto an important membrane called the retina. This process helps our brain create sharp, clear visual images.
Sometimes, tissues inside the lens start to break down and clump together, thickening and clouding the lens. This is called a cataract. Cataracts affect how light hits your retina, which can make your vision foggy and blurry.
Cataracts are most often caused by aging. Eye injuries, previous eye surgeries, or medical conditions such as diabetes can also increase your risk. It is rare, but some patients are born with cataracts.
Dim, blurry vision
Decreased night vision
Halos and glare caused by light
Trouble seeing when driving
Have failed a vision test
Do I Need Cataract Surgery? Contact Us Today to Find Out
Cataracts can get worse over time and eventually lead to total vision loss. Scheduling a consultation with one of our esteemed, highly experienced eye surgeons at our Dallas, TX, Plano, TX, or Fort Worth, TX, offices can be the first step towards protecting your sight.
Our state-of-the-art, comfortable practice and surgical center feature the most advanced diagnostic tools, surgical lasers, intraocular lenses (IOLs), and safety protocols in the area. If we recommend you need surgery to remove a natural lens clouded by a cataract, Cornea Associates of Texas is the clear choice.
Discover why other ophthalmologists in the Dallas, TX, region send patients who need complex eye care to our board-certified, subspecialty-trained surgeons for world-class treatment. Contact us today using our online form or by giving us a call. It is our vision to restore your vision.
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Glowing Reviews for Cornea Associates of Texas
This group is extremely knowledgeable and professional. I have a rare cornea condition that they have been monitoring. Dr. Zaffos is awesome. He is easy to talk to, thorough, caring, and professional. I can’t say enough good things about this group. If you have to wait, it’s for a reason. They’re worth it. Thank you Dr. Zaffos and team!View on Google
I had an amazing experience at Cornea Associates. I had a challenging case and the doctors understood and took the time to diagnose and correct my vision. I couldn't be more happy with my results. I am seeing 20-15 and seeing things I have never seen before thanks to these guys. You want a great experience with results done right? THESE are the doctors for you.View on Google
Trust Your Care to Experts in the Field Combining Skill & Cutting-Edge Technology
Our eye surgeons have decades of combined experience performing the most complex kinds of cataract surgeries. Our team includes clinical professors of ophthalmology and we are actively involved in a number of prestigious organizations, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
Board-Certified & Award-Winning
Our doctors received years of specialized eye surgery training that many ophthalmologists have not. Our surgeons also passed an extremely difficult exam given by a distinguished board of their peers. Plus, a D Magazine poll recognized our team as the best eye doctors in the Dallas and Fort Worth, TX, metropolitan area.
Our ophthalmology-only surgery center features state-of-the-art equipment, including Alcon Centurion® phacoemulsification machines and top-of-the-line surgical instruments. All pre-operative measurements are performed on the Zeiss IOLMaster® 700 and OCULUS PentaCam® HR topography aids us in lens selection. We are also proud to offer the Alcon ORA System® to fine-tune lens calculations intra-operatively, which can be particularly helpful for patients who have undergone previous refractive surgery.
Simpler Post-Surgical Care
On rare occasions, proteins can build up behind your implanted IOL, clouding your vision. We offer a safe, effective outpatient laser procedure called a YAG capsulotomy to break up this protein without further surgery. We also offer combination eye drops, minimizing the number of drops our cataract surgery patients have to remember to take.
More 5-Star Reviews from Our Patients
My bilateral cataract surgery could have not gone any better. A shout out to Dr. Jamie Alexander for a great outcome! I can see again.View on Google
I am incredibly impressed with Dr. Zaffros! He is the fifth doctor I’ve seen regarding my eye problem and the first to be able to provide a diagnosis and treatment. Such a relief! This place is top notch.View on Google
The Cataract Surgery Procedure
Combination Eye Drops for Streamlined Care
You should experience very little discomfort after surgery. Possible risks like mild pain, infection, or corneal swelling can be managed with specialized eye drops that we will provide you. These powerful, combination eye drops reduce the number of drops our patients need to take after the procedure.
Worried about the Treatment's Safety? Don't be.
Is Cataract Surgery Covered by Insurance?
Plans differ, but most insurance plans offer some coverage for the surgery and traditional IOLs. Our knowledgeable staff can work with your carrier to get you the maximum coverage possible.
Many of our patients choose to invest in extended depth-of-focus, multifocal, or trifocal lenses. These IOLs offer incredible benefits but do involve out-of-pocket costs. We accept major credit cards and you can also finance your cataract surgery through a trusted third-party lender, such as Wells Fargo Health Advantage®.
Contact us today for a personal estimate and more information on financing. Yes, cataract surgery and the IOL implant may be a significant investment, but restored clear, sharp vision can be considered priceless.