Is it time to get cataract surgery? If so you will want to visit your Fountain Valley eye surgeon at Orange Coast Eye Center. Our doctors Lincoln L. Manzi, Jr., MD, and Jared R. Younger, MD, MPH are here to help you when you need expert, highly-trained eye care. Here at our state-of-the-art eye care practice we work every day to help preserve, restore and enhance the vision of our patients. We have been serving the Orange County community for over 30 years.
One of the primary services we offer at Orange Coast Eye Center is laser cataract surgery. We are happy to be able to provide this important service that restores the vision of so many of our patients. A cataract is actually a clouding of the lens of the eye. It may occur in one or both eyes. As the cataracts progress, it becomes more and more difficult for the patient to see clearly. When you see your Fountain Valley eye surgeon for laser cataract surgery, the cloudy lens is removed and replaced in the eye with an artificial lens. During cataract surgery at Orange Coast Eye Center, the incision is so small that it does not even require a single stitch to heal. This is where the surgery gets the name “no stitch cataract surgery.”
When you see your Fountain Valley eye surgeon at Orange Coast Eye Center for cataract surgery, you will be happy to know that the entire process takes less than 30 minutes and is performed using only local anesthesia. Our surgeon, Dr. Younger is board-certified and fellowship-trained in this type of cataract surgery. He is also specially trained to follow patients after surgery, and to be able to make sure that they are not experiencing any complications. This helps ensure an uneventful healing period. Depending upon the type of lens you have inserted into your eye during surgery, you may still need reading glasses or bifocals. There are many exciting new developments regarding the types of lenses that can be inserted into your eye during surgery. Some of them may eliminate this need. Dr. Younger will be happy to discuss these options with you, as well as discuss how exactly cataract surgery will help you in your particular situation.