Category: Cataract

How Does Cataract Surgery Improve Your Vision?

As you age, your eyes undergo various changes, and one of the most common age-related eye conditions is cataracts. Cataracts can significantly impact your vision, making everyday activities challenging.  Fortunately, cataract surgery is a safe and effective way to restore your vision and improve your quality of life. Keep reading to learn more about what… Read More

How Do I Know If It’s Time for Cataract Surgery?

Since cataracts are a natural part of the aging process within the eye, everyone will develop them eventually. Cataracts cause the lens of the eye to become cloudy, which can obstruct vision.  When cataracts progress enough to interfere with daily activities, cataract surgery may be warranted to restore clear vision. Keep reading to learn some… Read More

4 Things You May Not Know About Cataracts

Cataracts are one of the leading causes of vision loss worldwide. While many people have a basic understanding of cataracts, there’s likely lots you may not know about this common eye condition.  Keep reading to learn four things you may not know about cataracts! 1. There’s More Than One Type of Cataracts There are different… Read More

7 Tips for a Smooth Recovery After Cataract Surgery

Recovering from cataract surgery is usually a straightforward process. However, it’s essential to follow your eye doctor’s instructions to ensure a smooth and successful recovery.  Keep reading to learn seven tips to help you have a smooth recovery after cataract surgery! 1. Follow Post-Operative Instructions Your cataract surgeon will provide you with specific post-operative guidelines…. Read More

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Dr. Ginsberg Recognized as One of America’s Best Cataract Surgeons

Do you need cataract surgery in Naples? The decision of who to trust with your eye care is a significant one. There are thousands of cataract surgeons in the country. Out of all of them, we are excited to share that Dr. Ginsberg has been named one of the “Best Cataract Surgeons in America.” This… Read More

Cataract Surgery May Decrease Risk of Developing Dementia

A recent article cited “Researchers in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Washington-Seattle have found that undergoing cataract surgery decreases the risk of dementia by about 30 percent. The group’s results were published online in early December in JAMA Internal Medicine.” Ginsberg Eye offers Laser Cataract Surgery with premium lens options to improve… Read More

Could a Premium IOL Like the PanOptix Be Right For My Active Lifestyle?

From playing golf to going for a hike, many people enjoy active lifestyles. When you’re used to performing activities that require you to be up and moving, the last thing you need is glasses or contacts getting in your way.  That’s why many people around the world are choosing the visual freedom that comes with… Read More

How Do I Choose an Intraocular Lens Before Cataract Surgery?

Preparing to have cataract surgery is an exciting time! You may think it’s intimidating since you need to take steps before having it. Before you can have cataract surgery, you and your eye doctor will choose an intraocular lens. Intraocular lenses or IOLs are responsible for giving you crisp eyesight again after cataract surgery.  There… Read More

3 Reasons the PanOptix Trifocal Lens Helps Your Golf Game

Developing cataracts can be a frustrating process. Slowly, over time, they limit your vision until they get so thick you can no longer do what you used to. When your cataracts interfere with your life, it’s time for cataract surgery. Cataract surgery can restore your vision to what it was before cataracts, or even better…. Read More

7 Signs You May Need To Have Cataract Surgery

Do you see halos around lights while driving at night? Have you needed to get more frequent eyeglasses prescriptions that keep changing? These are two signs that you might be developing cataracts. Early on, cataract surgery is not usually necessary, but over time your cataracts will develop. As this happens, your vision will only continue… Read More