Cataracts occur when the natural lens inside the eye becomes cloudy and opacified.  They range from a mild degree of clouding to advanced.  Most cataracts are related to the natural aging process of the eye and will affect nearly all patients at some point in their lives.  The most common complaints include: blurry vision, poor night vision often associated with glare and halos, difficulty reading and dissatisfaction with best corrected vision.  Cataract surgery removes the affected lens and replaces it with a new synthetic lens. This surgery is one of the most common elective surgical procedures performed in the United States with one of the highest success rates.  To date, we have performed over 30,000 cataract procedures.

Davis Eye Center is proud to be the first practice in Northeast Ohio to offer the LenSx Laser System. Cataract procedures have never before been this accurate, or efficient.

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The Center for Surgery

Should eye surgery be required, comprehensive care at the Davis Eye Center includes convenient access to an ambulatory surgery center on site. The Center for Surgery is certified by the State of Ohio and Medicare, and has been awarded Joint Commission accreditation. Joint Commission accreditation is recognized nationally and represents the “Gold Seal of Approval” in health care. The entire medical staff is highly specialized in eye procedures, as 100% of the surgeries performed here are devoted to the eye. For this reason, we have the absolute latest in surgical technology, including the LenSx laser system for cataract surgery and the WaveLight EX500 Excimer Laser for LASIK patients. Our technology portfolio, like our results, are unparalleled.

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