As the degeneration of visual health continues to increase thanks to sunlight, medications, and aging, and greater numbers of people are forced to rely on glasses and corrective lenses for improved sight, the risk of developing cataracts significantly increases. Modern technology and skilled optical professionals are coming together and creating solutions to these problems in the form of a new cutting edge cataract surgery.
A cataract is a condition in which the natural lens of the eye becomes cloudy, drastically reducing the person’s ability to see clearly. When an ophthalmologist performs a cataract surgery, it is to essentially replace the affected lens with a new, clearer lens, that restores the patient’s sight. Without specific measurements, lenses are often only partial matches to the patient’s eye, meaning that vision can never be entirely restored and glasses are often needed. Greater technologies, like the ORA™ system, are being developed to improve the effectiveness of these procedures.
The ORA™ System with VerifEye+™ Technology (ORA) is the latest and greatest in cataract treatments, according to many esteemed eye care professionals in the industry. With overwhelmingly positive results already shown in patients so far, including significantly greater results in those who have previously had Lasik surgery, exceedingly strong prescriptions, and even atypical eye shapes, eye care specialists are feeling progressively optimistic about the future of patients who suffer from debilitating visual conditions, like cataracts.
For many years, those who suffered from cataracts only ever had hope for partial vision restoration, with almost a guarantee of glasses after the procedure. But now, thanks to the new cutting edge ORA™ technology, taking accurate measurements of the eye throughout the entire procedure is not only possible, but also simple. This allows surgeons to make more informed assessments to determine the best lens for each patient. By working to improve the accuracy at which new lenses are fitted to individual patients, ophthalmologists are able to dramatically improve and prolong the visual health of their patients, as well as significantly reduce the chances of those patients requiring glasses after their procedures.
Having complete control over the strength of each lens is now easier than ever thanks to the ORA™ System with VerifEye+™ Technology (ORA), and patients are enjoying clearer, healthier vision longer as well as effectively recovering from their cataracts surgery with minimal discomfort as a result. If you or someone you know suffers from cataracts, and could potentially benefit from this incredible new cutting edge cataract surgery, it may be time to contact an eye care specialist, like the experts at Alpine Eye Care, by calling us directly at 1.877.733.2020 today to learn more about our practice, read patient testimonials, and receive excellent care.