Stop Cataracts From Clouding Your Vision & Blurring Your Future
There are more than 20 million active cases of cataracts worldwide, making it the leading cause of blindness (1). Cataracts impact your sight, making it hard to perform simple tasks and fully enjoy all that’s happening around you. They also leave you questioning how quickly your vision will continue to deteriorate.
If you’re considering undergoing cataract surgery, which is a safe and effective procedure, make sure that the lenses being added to your eyes bring you comfort, confidence, and clarity. PanOptix® from Dallas Eye and Ear can provide you with precisely that. Request your appointment now or continue reading below.
Cataract Surgery Without PanOptix® Limits Your Potential!
With around 3 million cataract surgeries performed each year (1), cataract surgery is the most frequently performed surgery in the US. Cataract surgery can revive the vision you’ve lost due to cataracts.
New technology changes what’s possible. Just as a newer television can provide you with a clearer, more vibrant picture, advanced lenses, like PanOptix®, can offer you expanded capabilities.
But what’s most exciting about what PanOptix® can offer is a return to the past. Remember the days when you could easily and comfortably enjoy the following?
- Watching a movie
- Driving your car
- Using a computer or smartphone
- Reading a book or magazine
- Doing your favorite hobbies and activities
- Going to an event
We can’t turn back the hands of time, but we can help you bring fun and clarity back into your life with the Acrysof® IQ PanOptix® Lens.
What is PanOptix®, and How Can it Work for Me?
During cataract surgery, your clouded lens, caused by cataracts, is replaced with a new lens. The Acrysof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal IOL is the first and only trifocal lens in the United States. While a monofocal lens helps you see long distances, with PanOptix®, you can gain a full range of vision and potentially reduce your reliance on eyeglasses. This added range of vision helps with close and intermediate seeing, making reading a book or sending an email on your computer clear and simple.
During cataract surgery with a PanOptix® Lens, your surgeon will make a small incision in your clouded lens and replace it with a PanOptix® Lens, which will enhance and clarify your vision.
The results speak for themselves. A clinical study asked PanOptix® recipients about their experience and uncovered the following:
- 99% would choose the same lens again
- 98% would recommend to family and friends
For more information about the benefits, risks, and side effects of PanOptix®, schedule your appointment with Dr. Burk of Dallas Eye and Ear today.
Learn What PanOptix® from Dr. Burk and Dallas Eye and Ear Will Bring Into View For You
Dr. Linda L. Burk of Dallas Eye & Ear is an experienced eye care specialist who has implanted over 11,000 lenses into the eyes of cataract sufferers for more than two and a half decades. Dr. Burk is a clinical professor at UT Southwestern Medical School and gives presentations around the world on glaucoma treatments and cataract surgeries.
Ask yourself if you want the following:
- Attentive, professional care
- To see clearly
- Gain focus
- To stop worrying about blurry or cloudy areas in your vision
- Less reliance on your eyeglasses
If the answer is yes, then it’s time to talk with Dr. Burk and the experts at Dallas Eye and Ear about PanOptix®.
Don’t take risks with your eyesight! Bring clear vision back into your life!