Eugene,United States – March 29, 2022 —
The latest announcement details various treatment options for patients suffering from cloudy vision, sensitivity to light, reading difficulties, and a gradual loss of night vision.
More information can be seen at https://pcvi.com/treatments-eugene/cataract
Pacific ClearVision Institute (PCVI), which also offers free virtual telehealth consultations for patients interested in correcting their vision, now offers patients lenses with variable focal lengths and more prospective freedom from glasses through microsurgery.
Worldwide, cataracts account for half the cases of blindness. They affect almost one out of every six Americans over the age of 40, and that number increases with each decade thereafter.
Significantly, cataract surgery patients have a 40% reduced mortality risk: improved vision enables people to better recognize and avoid threats, such as oncoming vehicles and obstacles like children’s toys or moved furniture.
PCVI will consult with the patient and their primary care physician to determine the patient’s visual goals and the best way to achieve them. Besides natural aging, cataracts can be caused by a variety of medical conditions, including diabetes, eye injury, drugs such as steroids, protracted exposure to sunlight, and previous eye surgery. The resulting impact on a person’s quality of life leads many people to consider surgery.
The clinic will remove the patient’s clouded lens by painless microsurgery, and replace it with a trifocal lenses designed to give clear, brilliant vision. The surgery is performed under a local anesthetic with a specialized microscope using miniature instruments. No needles, stitches, or patches are required. The entire procedure takes approximately 10 minutes. PCVI’s treatment allows for full activity immediately following the surgery.
Pacific ClearVision Institute also treats a full range of eye conditions, including myopia and keratoconus. Their eye wellness center offers specific supplements for common conditions such as glaucoma and macular degeneration. Oculoplastic surgery is also offered.
One recent patient remarked: “I just saw Dr. Ambati for a post-surgical checkup. My far vision is now 20/20, my color perception improved, I can drive at night and I am enjoying reading for the first time in years. I highly recommend Dr. Ambati and the wonderful staff at Pacific ClearVision Institute. Cataract surgery has miraculously improved my quality of life.”
Interested parties can see more at https://pcvi.com/treatments-eugene/cataract
Name: Jessica Singleton
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Organization: Pacific ClearVision Institute
Address: 1125 Darlene Lane Suite 100, Eugene, OR 97401, United States
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