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Cataracts Fort Lauderdale, FL

Cataract PatientsIt is always difficult to hear when you or a family member has been diagnosed with cataracts. At Ophthalmology Consultants, we have the experience and the most up to date technology to help our South Florida patients overcome cataracts. In this day and age, advances in technology have provided us with a variety of options for lens implants to see even better after cataract surgery. We will also walk you through all of the lens implant options and help you choose the right lens for your specific situation.

Cataracts are unfortunately unavoidable, and most people who reach their later years will experience them. Cataracts develop as a clear lens in our eye ages and start to become cloudy. People with cataracts may feel they are looking through a frosty or fogged-up window, notice difficulty with small print, especially in low light situations. They may also notice glare or halos around lights at night.

At Ophthalmology Consultants, we pride ourselves on offering only the best treatments and care to our cataract patients. While cataract surgery is the only treatment option for cataracts, rest assured knowing that cataract surgery today is incredibly safe and effective. Our skilled cataract surgeons in Margate, Dr. Randy Burks, Dr. Raymond Gailitis, and Dr. Tobe Rubin are here to walk with you every step of the way. From the cataract consultation to choosing the right implant lens, to the actual cataract surgery, know that you are in excellent hands.

When cataracts start to interfere with your daily activities, our ophthalmologists at Ophthalmology Consultants will suggest cataract surgery. Many of our patients in Margate and the Ft. Lauderdale region, remark that their vision after cataract surgery is even better than before they had cataracts. This is because not only are Drs. Burks, Gailitis, and Rubin are able to correct cataracts, they can also correct refractive errors at the same time! When choosing an intraocular lens (IOL) to replace your cataract-affected lens, you have the option of choosing an IOL that has refractive power, correcting vision problems such as astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness.

If you or a loved one are suffering from cataracts, call Ophthalmology Consultants in Margate, FL straight away! Clear vision is possible for you, so don't wait. Contact a member of our staff to schedule a cataract consultation today.