Cataract surgery in Brooklyn

June 3, 2015

Refractive cataract surgery Brooklyn

Cataract surgery in Brooklyn

If your eyesight has been deteriorating, due to the presence of cataracts, you may be deciding that you want to have something done about it. Today, there is no reason to suffer with failing sight due to cataracts. At Brook Plaza Ophthalmology, we have been successfully treating patients for over 30 years who experience vision problems. Getting cataract surgery in Brooklyn is easy, when you have the expert eye surgeons of Brook Plaza Ophthalmology working with you.

At Brook Plaza Ophthalmology, we have already helped thousands of people achieve better vision. Our practice is open to all members of the family. We use state-of-the-art technology and advanced techniques to treat a wide range of optical problems. We work very hard to make sure that our patients’ eye surgeries have successful outcomes, and that every patient has an exceptional and stress-free experience. When you come to our practice for cataract surgery in Brooklyn, we explain the entire surgical process to you, and make sure that all of your questions and concerns are addressed. Our outstanding eye surgeons are Drs. Lish, Ackerman, Metz and Shafran.

During refractive cataract surgery, our surgeon will remove the cloudy lens in your eye, and replace it with an artificial lens. This is done using a very small incision that does not require a suture for closure, nor a bandage for healing. The entire length of the cataract surgery is less than 30 minutes. Our surgeon will perform the surgery while the patient is under local anesthesia. So after surgery, the patient will feel well and alert, with no uncomfortable side effects from general anesthesia. All of our doctors are board-certified and fellowship-trained in refractive cataract surgery in Brooklyn. You can feel assured knowing that when you come to our practice for cataract surgery, you are being operated on by one of the finest eye surgeons available. After surgery is completed, if a monofocal lens is inserted, you will experience very good distance vision. However, you may still require bifocals for reading. Newer lenses are available which offer many different and improved vision options. Our doctors will be happy to discuss these new developments with you. If you would like an appointment to see one of our doctors about refractive cataract eye surgery, call today for an appointment at Brook Plaza Ophthalmology.

Brook Plaza Ophthalmology
1987 Utica Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11234