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Why should you get
Cataract Surgery?

Get rid of blurry vision

Not only is cataract surgery safe, fast, and painless, but it's well worth it. Cataract surgery is when our surgeons remove the entire lens and replace it with an artifical lens or IOL. This IOL allows patients to see crystal clear again!

San Diego's Top Cataract Surgeons

At our clinic, we have a vast number of board-certified opthalmologist that have been doing cataract surgery collectively for over 100+ years with 20,000 cataract surgery experience. Your vision is in great hands.

Different Lens options

We have different lens (IOL) options for our patients. Insurance covers the cost of a the basic IOL, but with new advancement and technology their are different lens options you can choose from. We also partner with CareCredit and Alphaeon to help finance your premium lens. We will discuss more about the different options before the surgery!

Most advanced technology

 At American Eye Associates we use the most advanced up to date technology. We believe that our patients deserve the best. Whether that is with patient service or technology. They deserve the best!

10 minutes is all it takes

Cataract surgery is quick and painless. You'll be able to go home the same day. The procedure itself takes less than 10 minutes!

complications are Rare, Minor, And Treatable

Cataract surgery is one of the most common medical procedure in the country. This isn't that suprising considering how common cataracts are. Since cataract surgery is so common the procedure is routine for our surgeons. 

Cataract surgery can fix these
eye conditions.

Blurry Vision

Blurry vision at any distance is the most common symptom of cataracts. Your view may look foggy, filmy, or cloudy. Over time, as the cataract gets worse, less light reaches the retina. People with cataracts may have an especially hard time seeing and driving at night.

Glare from Lights

Another early symptom of cataracts is glare, or sensitivity to light. You may have trouble seeing in bright sunlight. Indoor lights that once didn't bother you now may seem too bright or have halos. Driving at night may become a problem because of the glare caused by streetlights and oncoming headlights.

Double Vision

Sometimes, cataracts can cause double vision (also known as diplopia) when you look with one eye. This is different than the double vision that comes from the eyes not lining up properly, which would give you double vision when looking out of both eyes together. With cataracts, images can appear double even with just one eye open.

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