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Garden Grove Eye Surgery

Laser Cataract Surgery in Garden Grove

Garden Grove eye surgery

Garden Grove eye surgery

If you have cataracts, and want to have them corrected, you should visit our ophthalmology practice, Orange Coast Eye Center. At our practice, you can be treated by one of our top-notch ophthalmologist, Dr. Lincoln L. Manzi, Jr. or Dr. Jared R. Younger. When you have cataracts, our ophthalmologist can perform Garden Grove eye surgery which will correct your cataract problem and have you seen clearly once again. Orange Coast Eye center is pleased to announce the introduction of the
Tecnis Symfony Intraocular ‘Extended Range of Vision’ lens

When you have a cataract, it means that you have a clouding of the natural lens of the eye. Today this can be easily corrected by Garden Grove eye surgery during which time the damaged lens is removed and a new man-made lens is inserted into the eye. Symfony is the first lens of its kind in the US, to be implanted during cataract surgery, that can provide a full range of high quality vision similar to the zoom lens of a camera. The Symfony lens is approved in more than 50 countries around the world, and has been widely studied with data from numerous clinical studies. Dr. Younger is the first surgeon in Orange County to use the Symfony lens and has been using the Symfony’s predecessor lens, called the Tecnis Multifocal, in Orange County since 2010.  In clinical studies, the Symfony lens provides many benefits, including: allowing patients to see objects sharply and clearly at near, intermediate and far away distances, and points in between, high quality vision and a low incidence of halo and glare, which may be perceived as rings or blurring around bright lights.

If you would like to meet with our ophthalmologist to learn more about Symfony lens and getting Garden Grove eye surgery to correct your cataracts, contact us today for an appointment.

18426 Brookhurst Street, Suite 103
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Garden Grove Ophthalmology

Cataract Surgery in Garden Grove

Looking for a Garden Grove ophthalmology practice that specializes in small incision cataract surgery? Then look no further than Orange Coast Eye Center. Dr. Younger is a highly trained cataract surgeon who performs small incision, sutureless cataract surgery. If you are experiencing blurry vision, it is vital you visit your eye doctor to ensure your eyes are in good health, and that it is not an underlying symptom of a more serious condition.

Garden Grove ophthalmology

Garden Grove ophthalmology

Although your blurry vision may be due to something as simple as general near- or far-sightedness, it could also be the early signs of cataracts. A visit to Orange Coast Eye Center, your Garden Grove ophthalmology practice, for cataract testing will help determine and treat whatever the cause of your blurred vision may be. Cataracts are common in older-aged patients, and develop slowly. Cataracts do not disturb eyesight early on, but eventually will interfere with vision, so it is important to have your Garden Grove ophthalmologist regularly evaluating your eye health. Cataracts, which can be caused by disease, are a gradual thickening of the natural lens inside the eye, which can cloud, distort, and impair vision. At first, stronger lighting and eyeglasses can help you deal with this condition. But if impaired vision interferes with your usual activities, you might need cataract surgery. Eventually, if left untreated, cataracts will cause blindness. If visual loss is significant, surgical removal of the lens may be warranted. Cataract surgery is the most common eye surgery. During this procedure, a self-sealing small incision is performed, which does not require suture closure and is thus termed “no stitch cataract surgery.” Dr. Younger will remove the cloudy lens and implant an artificial, intraocular lens. At Orange Coast Eye Center, we are also proud to offer new advanced technology intraocular lenses (IOLs), which are designed to reduce or even eliminate your need for glasses following cataract surgery. Also, for patients with low to very high amounts of astigmatism, TORIC IOLs are used to correct the vision. The entire cataract surgery process is completed in less than half an hour and is performed under local anesthesia.

Early diagnosis and treatment can minimize or prevent cataract-related vision loss. That’s why it is so important to get your eyes examined regularly. The search for a Garden Grove ophthalmology practice that specializes in cataract surgery doesn’t have to be as cloudy as your vision; Orange Coast Eye Center is clearly the destination for your small incision cataract surgery. Call our office or consult our website for more information regarding this procedure, or to schedule an appointment.

18426 Brookhurst Street, Suite 103
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714) 546-2020