Cataract Surgery in Rochester

Also serving Brighton, Gates and Irondequoit NY

During cataract surgery, a small ultrasonic probe is inserted into the eye that breaks up, or emulsifies, the cloudy lens into tiny pieces and gently sucks, or aspirates, those pieces out of the eye. Phaco surgery requires a small incision of only 2.8 mm or less. A combination of local anesthesia and IV sedation is used to make the procedure painless.

With the recent advance of foldable IOLs, artificial lenses can be implanted through the same small incision that is created in the phaco procedure. These IOLs are made of a flexible material, allowing them to be folded for implantation. Once inside the eye, the lens unfolds and returns to its original shape.

Go to National Eye Institute to learn more about Cataracts

Our surgical coordinators are always happy to answer any questions you may have.

Jennifer V.
585.328.0153, Ext. 131
Michelle D.
585.328.0153, Ext. 117

To learn more about our Cataract Surgery Procedure, please contact us today to schedule an appointment!

Brighton Office
160 Sawgrass Dr., Suite 220
Rochester, NY 14620
Gates Office
2300 Buffalo Rd., Bldg. 700
Rochester, NY 14624
Irondequoit Office
485 Titus Ave.,
Rochester, NY 14617