Cataract surgery at North Shore Eye Care and knowing your options of what lens to put in your eye

Posted on May 04 2010 by John Mauro

Before the development of  intraocular lenses (IOL’s), patients had to wear “coke bottle” glasses after cataract surgery. First approved by the FDA in the 1980’s, the first line of IOL’s were called monofocal IOLs, which were and are still today used mainly to correct for distant vision. Premium IOLs bring about a new era in IOL technology, allowing good distance and near vision, without glasses for a majority of patients. Premium intraocular lens implants (IOLs) are an effective and safe way of restoring vision to patients after cataract surgery.  

At  Northshore Eye Care we serve patients from all over Long Island serving the townships of Manhasset, Port Washington, Great Neck, Hewlet, Garden City, Lawrence, Merrick, Mineola as well as other townships in Nassau County.  In Suffolk County we serve  Melville, Dix Hills, Huntington and Cold Spring Harbor, Norhport, Dix Hills, Commack, Smithtown, Stony Brook, Islip, Brentwood, Port Jefferson, Patchogue, Riverhead, the Hamptons, Sag Harbor, Jamestown, Mattituck as well as many other villages and townships in Suffolk County.

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