Got Cataracts? MAKE SURE YOU’RE MAKING all the right choices.

There’s more to having cataract surgery than just getting rid of the cataract. 

Equally important is maximizing the quality of your vision. And thanks to technologies like laser cataract surgery and FDA-approved intraocular lenses (IOLs), there are multiple options that can be tailored to your unique vision and lifestyle needs.

If you been told you have cataracts or if you think you may have them, make an appointment with us.  We will do a comprehensive eye exam and provide you with a custom treatment plan for achieving your personal best vision. Our surgeons are very experienced at cataract surgery, performing thousands of procedures every year.

Your vision isn’t like anyone else’s—and neither should your cataract treatment be.

Call Collegeville Eye Physicians & Surgeons today to schedule an appointment.

Author
Francis Clark, MD

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