Cataracts are a leading cause of vision loss. Here, Dr. Raul Peña discusses the causes and risk factors that make a person susceptible to developing cataracts.
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If you have had LASIK surgery but now have cataracts, you may wonder if you qualify for cataract surgery. We have the answers you need.
Cataracts are a part of life for many individuals. Being diagnosed with this condition does not necessarily mean you must schedule cataract surgery right away. Cataract surgery is necessary to eliminate cloudiness and restore optimal vision. The team at Peña Eye Institute discusses when it’s the right time to have cataract surgery.
Cataracts can make driving difficult or even dangerous. If you are over the age of 60, regular eye exams can catch the early stages of cataracts. Dr. Raul Peña can monitor your cataracts to ensure you can drive safely.
Understanding the risk factors of cataracts is an important part of preserving eyesight and preventing this common vision problem for as long as possible.
Experienced ophthalmologist Dr. Raul Peña goes over some of the most common causes of cataracts, a cloudy buildup on the lens of the eye.
Medicare Part B covers medically necessary cataract surgery. An eye doctor and vision surgeon can discuss if your cataract removal procedure qualifies.
iStent® trabecular micro-bypass stent can help manage glaucoma and reduce intraocular pressure. The team at Peña Eye Institute considers benefits, the procedure, and candidacy.