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Cataract Surgery and Treatments for Greensburg-Area Patients

Peters Eye Clinic in Greensburg, PA, Offers No-Stitch Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery removes a lens from the eye and replaces it with an intraocular lens. Cataracts cause blurred vision and sometimes loss of vision, glare, and double vision or nearsightedness. They affect the center, sides, or back of the lens, causing various symptoms that you may not realize are signs of cataracts. The removal of a cataract is usually a relatively fast outpatient surgery and requires minimal sedation.

Do you believe that you might be a candidate for cataract surgery? Talk with Dr. Peters at Peters Eye Clinic in Greensburg, PA. He can perform the appropriate exams to determine the best treatment route for you. Call us today at (724) 832-7800 for an appointment.

Signs That It May Be Time for Cataract Surgery

For some, it can be hard to tell if you are a cataract surgery candidate. Common signs and symptoms include:

  • Blurry or cloudy vision
  • Double vision in one eye
  • Seeing a “halo” around lights
  • Sensitivity to lights
  • Seeing faded or yellow-looking colors
  • Difficulty seeing at night
  • Needing to regularly update prescription lenses

If you find yourself facing these struggles daily, it may be time to consult with your ophthalmologist about cataract surgery. While cataracts can be hereditary, there are other various diseases and eye traumas that can cause cataracts, including age, diabetes, high blood pressure, and more. Make an appointment at Peters Eye Clinic in Greensburg, PA, today to keep up on eye health.

Contact Peters Eye Clinic for an Appointment in Greensburg, PA

Cataracts can develop from a variety of causes, and they do not discriminate. Do not risk losing your sight or suffering from poor vision. Make an appointment with Dr. Peters today for an eye exam and to explore your options. If you have signs of developing cataracts or other eye diseases, contact Peters Eye Clinic to discuss cataract surgery.