Eugene Cataract Lens Replacement Surgery: Blurry Vision Treatment Update

Following the announcement, Pacific ClearVision Institute offers a variable power and adjustable lens, an innovative vision correction solution that provides multiple focal lengths for treating cataracts. These lenses, as the center explains, allow for distance and close vision, unlike other treatment options.

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Cataracts are a leading cause of vision loss, affecting over 24 million Americans 40 years of age and older. With the eye care center’s expanded service, patients can receive personalized eye care treatments to improve their eyesight.

While cataracts are usually a sign of aging, health conditions such as diabetes and eye trauma, as well as specific medications and exposure to UV rays, can also cause their formation, the center explains.

The cataract replacement procedure offered at Pacific ClearVision Institute involves surgically removing clouded eye lenses and replacing them with artificial ones to address cataract-related eyesight problems such as blurry vision, light sensitivity, and night vision decline. These artificial lenses allow patients to correct both distance vision and close-up vision, eliminating the need for glasses, and are a departure from previous lens replacement procedures that offered only fixed vision.

The procedure is painless, usually performed under local anesthetic, and can be completed in 10 minutes or less, with many patients noticing an improvement in their eyesight within hours. Patients can go about their day in just a few hours after treatment since the surgery does not involve the use of needles, stitches, or patches.

Though lens replacement is the primary treatment for cataracts, the center notes that its eye doctors work closely with patients’ primary care providers to determine if surgery is needed to correct the patient’s vision.

With this announcement, PCVI reiterates its commitment to providing cutting-edge eye care solutions to restore patients’ vision and enhance their quality of life.

A spokesperson said, “Currently, there is only one real treatment for cataracts, and that is to replace the clouded lens with a synthetic lens. Cataract surgery is performed millions of times each year and is one of the most common surgical procedures performed at Pacific ClearVision Institute.”

Interested parties can learn more at

Pacific ClearVision Institute

1125 Darlene Lane Suite 100

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