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Cataract treatment is a once in a lifetime opportunity to improve your vision and your quality of life.

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Cataracts are more common than you think

Cataracts begin for most people ages 40 and 50 and symptoms become apparent between 60 and 70.1

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Lens Replacement Options

TECNIS lenses correct your cataract and other eye conditions such as astigmatism and presbyopia, to help you see better.

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Laser Assisted Surgery

Using 3D imaging and automatic eye surface mapping, the CATALYS Precision Laser System is the most accurate laser cataract surgery platform.2

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See what others are saying about TECNIS

See additional information, including patient videos, about how the procedure and TECNIS lenses have improved the lives of people just like you.

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References:

1.American Optometric Association. Cataract. https://www.aoa.org/healthy eyes/eye and vision conditions/cataract?sso=y. Accessed May 24, 2022.
2.O'Meara, Madeleine C, et al. "Laser Capsulotomy. Textbook of Refractive Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery (ReLACS). Ed. RR. Krueger et al. Springer, New York: Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2013. 79-99. Print.

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