Are you interested in LASIK Surgery in North Carolina with Eye Associates of Wilmington? Eye Associates of Wilmington is providing Laser Vision Correction to Wilmington, Jacksonville, New Bern, Duplin County, and Myrtle Beach in eastern North and South Carolina. We offer our patients the most modern LASIK technology using Bladefree LASIK. Learn more about how you can see more clearly after LASIK Eye Surgery in North Carolina.Learn More
Experience Cataract Surgery with Multifocal IOLs at Eye Associates of Wilmington. Offering our patients advanced cataract surgery with ReSTOR, Toric, & Tecnis lenses. Visit our Cataract Center to see if Cataract Surgery in Wilmington is right for you.Learn More
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At Eye Associates of Wilmington, our iLASIK® Procedure combines the world's most advanced vision correction technologies into one all-laser vision correction procedure. iLASIK® is the only FDA-approved vision correction procedure designed to correct a broad range of vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.Learn More
A cataract is a painless clouding of the lens of the eye that progresses gradually. It is not fully known why cataracts develop. However, genetics and a number of eye diseases and injuries are thought to be at least partly responsible for a large number of cases. Cataracts are very common and cataract surgery is one of the most frequently performed surgeries in the United States.
Our office in Wilmington, North Carolina provides exceptional cataract surgery. With Lifestyle IOLs intraocular lenses, our experienced physicians offer the latest treatment options for those suffering from cataracts. If you would like to learn more about what cataract surgery can do for you, contact our office today for a consultation.
Cataract symptoms include blurred vision, as well as glare or halos around lights. The symptoms of cataracts can negatively affect a person’s life in many ways. For example, they can make driving difficult, especially at night, which can result in a loss of independence and greater inconvenience for those affected. Additionally, sufferers may find it increasingly difficult to read due to the blurred vision caused by cataracts. Cataract surgery at Eye Associates of Wilmington helps patients resolve these issues.
There are three kinds of cataracts, each affecting a different area of the eye. All of them can be treated at Eye Associates of Wilmington in North Carolina with Lifestyle IOLs. If you would like to discuss the latest cataract treatments at Eye Associates of Wilmington, contact our office today for a consultation. In the meantime, here is an overview of the cataract problems many people face.
This is the most common type of cataract. It forms in the center of the lens (the nucleus) and, for many, is a natural part of the aging process.
This type of cataract forms in the lens cortex (the portion surrounding the center of the lens) and can gradually extend to the outer edges of the eye. Many diabetics experience this type of cataract.
This type of cataract begins at the back of the lens and may develop in people with diabetes, retinis pigmentosa, or high farsightedness, or as a result of steroid use.
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