Laser Cataract Surgery

Thanks to huge medical advances, cataract surgery is one of the safest and most successful procedures performed today. Cataract surgery is generally a simple outpatient procedure with little discomfort. Until now, traditional cataract surgery procedures were performed manually by the surgeon using a blade for all the incisions. With the introduction of LenSx® laser, the first FDA approved laser for use in cataract surgery, the surgeons at Mississippi Vision Correction Center, PLLC are the first in Mississippi to have the ability to create incisions and reduce astigmatism without blades. These incisions are proven to be more accurate and precise, thus eliminating some of the variables that have complicated cataract surgey in the past. LenSx® laser cataract surgery revolutionizes today's cataract procedure and now patients have the option of choosing a bladeless, computer-controlled laser to perform the most critical steps of cataract surgery.

What is the LenSx® Laser?

lensxThe LenSx® laser is an advanced precision based technology that operates with unmatched precision and computer-control, helping surgeons to customize the procedure to your eye. It is unquestionably the most technologically advanced option for cataract patients. When you choose to have cataract surgery with the LenSx® laser, you’ll enjoy a range of vital benefits.

While all human eyes share the same basic anatomical structure, every eye is just a bit different in terms of size, depth of the space behind the cornea, curvature of the cornea, exact position of the lens within the eye and other key features. This is why every eye must be mapped prior to cataract surgery. While these measurements have been routinely performed prior to surgery, the LenSx® laser uses a range of highly advanced technologies, including integrated Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) to capture incredibly precise, high-resolution images of your eyes in real time during surgery. These images and the measurement data they provide are then used to plan and perform surgery to exacting specifications not previously attainable with traditional surgery.

The incredibly advanced LenSx® laser is designed specifically for performing the most delicate parts of cataract surgery. LenSx ® uses a laser source to produce femtosecond laser pulses; an aiming system to localize specific targets in the eye; an optical delivery system to precisely deliver laser pulses to desired targets in the eye; and a computer controller to perform clinical procedures.

Traditional Cataract Surgery vs. Laser Cataract Surgery

With traditional cataract surgery, the surgeon makes incisions and removes the old lens using traditional surgical instruments and blades

When you choose the LenSx® laser approach you will enjoy the benefits of:

  • A bladeless surgical procedure
  • Enhanced distance vision with the correction of astigmatism either from the LenSx® laser or a Toric lens implant
  • A full range of vision from the Restor multifocal lens implant

Cataract surgery using the LenSx® laser is the most technologically advanced option available. Talk to Dr. Brannon Aden, Dr. William Aden, or Dr. Evans at Mississippi Vision Correction Center, PLLC to learn if this technology is right for you.

LenSx Doctors

An Ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who is trained in traditional medical school and then in a residency focused on diseases of the eye and all types of surgical procedures for the eyes and eyelids. Ophthalmologists have the ability to provide total eye care. Optometrists are trained through specialized schools in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of vision and refractive problems of the eye, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, and are also trained to fit glasses and contact lenses and to prescribe aids for low vision, such as glasses and contact lenses.

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