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In Office Cataract Surgery in Edgewater

The future of cataract surgery

In Office Cataract Surgery in Edgewater Richard L. Lindstrom, MD, shares his predictions for what might be in store in the next decade. Richard L. Lindstrom, MD, is considered one of the visionaries in the field of cataract and refractive surgery. He is a pillar in both the practice of ophthalmology and industry of ophthalmology. That’s why I felt he was the best person to share his reflections and predictions on future direction in cataract surgery. Recently, I sat down

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Cataract Surgery in Daytona Beach

A safe, effective alternative to IV

Cataract Surgery in Daytona Beach   Analysis finds MKO Melt controls pain and anxiety during cataract surgery. After an analysis of 610 patients, the MKO Melt was found to be an effective means for controlling pain and anxiety during cataract surgery, with the advantage of reducing the need for IV medications. My colleagues and I at Avanti Anesthesia and the Eye Center of Texas at Kirby Glen Surgery Center designed a prospective, controlled analysis of patients undergoing cataract surgery to

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Eye surgeon in Port Orange

What Causes Cataracts?

Eye Surgeon in Port Orange Aging is the most common cause. This is due to normal eye changes that happen starting around age 40. That is when normal proteins in the lens start to break down. This is what causes the lens to get cloudy. People over age 60 usually start to have some clouding of their lenses. However, vision problems may not happen until years later. Other reasons you may get cataracts include: having parents, brothers, sisters, or other

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