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Precision Cataract Surgery Packages

 High Definition Lens Package 1

Softec HD Monocular Intraocular Lens

Single power and focal point

  • One-Piece Design — Most stable intraocular lens platform.
  • Hydrophilic Acrylic — Best for compromised pa-tients, diabetics, or other potential retinal problems. No artifacts introduced by higher refractive index lenses.
  • Planar — Most stable intraocular configuration
  • Accuracy — Softec lens is the only monofocal in-traocular lens manufactured in the primary range to a tolerance of +/- 0.115 diopter. This is the most accurate intraocular lens on the market.
  • Bi-Asphericity — With most implants, all of the asphericity is on one side of the lens only. The Softec HD divides its asphericity equally on both sides of the lens. This gives a longer depth of vision (Sarver, et. Al.) and produces some near vision in the majority of patients.
  • Asphericity Quotient is zero. This means it is less susceptible to the negative effects of tilt and decen-tration, which plague other aspheric lenses.
Bronze Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Results

  • We expect good distance vision post-op in patients without astigmatism or other ocular pathology.
  • You will likely require glasses for up-close vision (over-the-counter reading glasses or bifocals, depending on your eyes).
  • The design of the Softec HD is the most accurate aspheric lens on the market, which helps pro-vide maximum visual results.

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery

    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.

  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery

    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.

  • Specular Microscopy

    a microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.

  • Ocular Dominance Testing

    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.

  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery Refraction

    is a test that determines your best correct-able visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a pre-scription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medi-care, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of pro-viding glasses.

  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System

    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aber-rometry, auto-keratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise informa-tion about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric 101 alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).

 Astigmatism Correction Package 2

Acrysof® IQ Toric Intraocular Lens

Patients who have astigmatism are excellent candidates for this procedure. Astigmatism means that the shape of the cornea is more like a football than a basketball. This shape causes light to be focused on the retina in a blurred manner. Regular monocular intraocular lenses do not correct for astigmatism, so if a patient has astigmatism, he or she will still need glasses for distance vision and near vision after surgery. The toric astigmatism lens allows most people to see well at a distance without glasses with enhanced image quality only needing over-the-counter reading glasses.

Toric Monocular Intraocular Lens for Astigmatism Correction

  • Single power and focal point
  • One-piece design
  • Aspheric design
  • Toric power that corrects astigmatism
Silver Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Results

  1. We expect good distance vision post-op in patients without astigmatism or other ocular pathology.
  2. You will likely require glasses for up-close vision (over-the-counter reading glasses or bifocals, depending on your eyes).

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery Refraction
    is a test that determines your best correct-able visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a prescription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of providing glasses.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, auto-keratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise informa-tion about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric 101 alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Corneal Relaxing Incision or Limbal Relaxing Incision (LRI) if needed
    LRIs are one or more tiny incisions placed on the steep side of the cornea near the white portion of the eye. This allows the curvature of the eye to change as it heals to a more round shape, improving the vision and decreasing the dependency on glasses. Because the outcome of the LRI incisions depends on each individual’s healing response, in some cases an enhancement procedure is needed to further reduce the astigmatism.

Astigmatism Correction Plus Bladeless Laser Cataract Surgery Package 3

Laser Correction of Astigmatism

Patients who astigmatism of less than one diopter are excellent candidates for this procedure. Astigmatism means that the shape of the cornea is more like a foot-ball than a basketball. This shape causes light to be focused on the retina in a blurred manner. Regular cataract surgery does not correct astigmatism. If a patient has astigmatism, he or she will still need glasses for distance vision after surgery. A limbal relaxing incision performed by a Femtosecond Laser can reduce or eliminate the astigmatism by correcting the shape of the eye.

Limbal Relaxing Incision for Astigmatism by Femtosecond Laser

  • Limbal relaxing incision by a Femtosecond laser is more accurate than being performed by hand.
  • Location of the limbal relaxing incision can be more precise.
  • The Femtosecond laser can be more precise with the depth and length of the relaxing incision.

Results

  • We expect good vision at distance, intermediate, and near.
  • We expect a reduced or eliminated need for glasses.
Titanium Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, autokeratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise information about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric IOL alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery
    Refraction is a test that determines your best correctable visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a prescription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of providing glasses.
  • Precision Cataract Surgery
    is designed to give you the best possible visual outcome and provide you the least dependency on glasses. This is accomplished through a variety of intraocular lenses, thorough high -tech testing, and leading-edge techniques, which are certified by VisionLock for premium intraocular lenses. We are the first practice in the United States to offer this insurance program for premium lens cataract surgery.

Multi Focal Implants

Vision for Distance, Intermediate, and Near

Multiple Focus Point Lenses: Tecnis® Multifocal, ReSTOR®, Crystalens®, and ReZoom®

These Lenses are designed with multiple focus points or a flexible lens platform, designed to provide distance, intermediate, and near vision. These lenses are excel-lent options for individuals who want to reduce de-pendency on glasses following cataract surgery.

Results

  1. We expect good vision at distance, intermediate, and near.
  2. We expect a reduced or eliminated need for glasses.

You may experience rings around lights at night or difficulty in low light situations. Brighter light helps and may be needed for reading. Over-the-counter reading glasses may be needed for small details such as threading a needle or reading in low light, etc.

Gold Precision Cataract Surgery Package Florida

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, autokeratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise information about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric IOL alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery
    Refraction is a test that determines your best correctable visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a prescription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of providing glasses.

Bladeless Laser Cataract Surgery with Multi Focal Implants

Vision for Distance, Intermediate, and Near, for Patients with Astigmatism

Multiple Focus Point Lenses: Tecnis® Multifocal, ReSTOR®, Crystalens®, and ReZoom®

These Lenses are designed with multiple focus points or a flexible lens platform, designed to provide distance, intermediate, and near vision. These lenses are excel-lent options for individuals who want to reduce dependency on glasses following cataract surgery. Patients who have astigmatism will not be able to see well without correcting their astigmatism. A limbal relaxing incision performed by a Femtosecond Laser can reduce or eliminate the astigmatism by correcting the shape of the eye.

Limbal Relaxing Incision for Astigmatism by Femtosecond Laser

  • Limbal relaxing incision by a Femtosecond laser is more accurate than being performed by hand.
  • Location of the limbal relaxing incision can be more precise.
  • The Femtosecond laser can be more precise with the depth and length of the relaxing incision.

Results

  • We expect good vision at distance, intermediate, and near.
  • We expect a reduced or eliminated need for glasses.
Platinum Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, autokeratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise information about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric IOL alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Precision Cataract Surgery
    is designed to give you the best possible visual outcome and provide you the least dependency on glasses. This is accomplished through a variety of intraocular lenses, thorough high -tech testing, and leading-edge techniques, which are certified by VisionLock for premium intraocular lenses. We are the first practice in the United States to offer this insurance program for premium lens cataract surgery.
+ Option 1

 High Definition Lens Package 1

Softec HD Monocular Intraocular Lens

Single power and focal point

  • One-Piece Design — Most stable intraocular lens platform.
  • Hydrophilic Acrylic — Best for compromised pa-tients, diabetics, or other potential retinal problems. No artifacts introduced by higher refractive index lenses.
  • Planar — Most stable intraocular configuration
  • Accuracy — Softec lens is the only monofocal in-traocular lens manufactured in the primary range to a tolerance of +/- 0.115 diopter. This is the most accurate intraocular lens on the market.
  • Bi-Asphericity — With most implants, all of the asphericity is on one side of the lens only. The Softec HD divides its asphericity equally on both sides of the lens. This gives a longer depth of vision (Sarver, et. Al.) and produces some near vision in the majority of patients.
  • Asphericity Quotient is zero. This means it is less susceptible to the negative effects of tilt and decen-tration, which plague other aspheric lenses.
Bronze Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Results

  • We expect good distance vision post-op in patients without astigmatism or other ocular pathology.
  • You will likely require glasses for up-close vision (over-the-counter reading glasses or bifocals, depending on your eyes).
  • The design of the Softec HD is the most accurate aspheric lens on the market, which helps pro-vide maximum visual results.

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery

    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.

  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery

    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.

  • Specular Microscopy

    a microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.

  • Ocular Dominance Testing

    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.

  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery Refraction

    is a test that determines your best correct-able visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a pre-scription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medi-care, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of pro-viding glasses.

  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System

    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aber-rometry, auto-keratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise informa-tion about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric 101 alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).

+ Option 2

 Astigmatism Correction Package 2

Acrysof® IQ Toric Intraocular Lens

Patients who have astigmatism are excellent candidates for this procedure. Astigmatism means that the shape of the cornea is more like a football than a basketball. This shape causes light to be focused on the retina in a blurred manner. Regular monocular intraocular lenses do not correct for astigmatism, so if a patient has astigmatism, he or she will still need glasses for distance vision and near vision after surgery. The toric astigmatism lens allows most people to see well at a distance without glasses with enhanced image quality only needing over-the-counter reading glasses.

Toric Monocular Intraocular Lens for Astigmatism Correction

  • Single power and focal point
  • One-piece design
  • Aspheric design
  • Toric power that corrects astigmatism
Silver Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Results

  1. We expect good distance vision post-op in patients without astigmatism or other ocular pathology.
  2. You will likely require glasses for up-close vision (over-the-counter reading glasses or bifocals, depending on your eyes).

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery Refraction
    is a test that determines your best correct-able visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a prescription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of providing glasses.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, auto-keratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise informa-tion about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric 101 alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Corneal Relaxing Incision or Limbal Relaxing Incision (LRI) if needed
    LRIs are one or more tiny incisions placed on the steep side of the cornea near the white portion of the eye. This allows the curvature of the eye to change as it heals to a more round shape, improving the vision and decreasing the dependency on glasses. Because the outcome of the LRI incisions depends on each individual’s healing response, in some cases an enhancement procedure is needed to further reduce the astigmatism.
+ Option 3

Astigmatism Correction Plus Bladeless Laser Cataract Surgery Package 3

Laser Correction of Astigmatism

Patients who astigmatism of less than one diopter are excellent candidates for this procedure. Astigmatism means that the shape of the cornea is more like a foot-ball than a basketball. This shape causes light to be focused on the retina in a blurred manner. Regular cataract surgery does not correct astigmatism. If a patient has astigmatism, he or she will still need glasses for distance vision after surgery. A limbal relaxing incision performed by a Femtosecond Laser can reduce or eliminate the astigmatism by correcting the shape of the eye.

Limbal Relaxing Incision for Astigmatism by Femtosecond Laser

  • Limbal relaxing incision by a Femtosecond laser is more accurate than being performed by hand.
  • Location of the limbal relaxing incision can be more precise.
  • The Femtosecond laser can be more precise with the depth and length of the relaxing incision.

Results

  • We expect good vision at distance, intermediate, and near.
  • We expect a reduced or eliminated need for glasses.
Titanium Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, autokeratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise information about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric IOL alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery
    Refraction is a test that determines your best correctable visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a prescription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of providing glasses.
  • Precision Cataract Surgery
    is designed to give you the best possible visual outcome and provide you the least dependency on glasses. This is accomplished through a variety of intraocular lenses, thorough high -tech testing, and leading-edge techniques, which are certified by VisionLock for premium intraocular lenses. We are the first practice in the United States to offer this insurance program for premium lens cataract surgery.
+ Option 4

Multi Focal Implants

Vision for Distance, Intermediate, and Near

Multiple Focus Point Lenses: Tecnis® Multifocal, ReSTOR®, Crystalens®, and ReZoom®

These Lenses are designed with multiple focus points or a flexible lens platform, designed to provide distance, intermediate, and near vision. These lenses are excel-lent options for individuals who want to reduce de-pendency on glasses following cataract surgery.

Results

  1. We expect good vision at distance, intermediate, and near.
  2. We expect a reduced or eliminated need for glasses.

You may experience rings around lights at night or difficulty in low light situations. Brighter light helps and may be needed for reading. Over-the-counter reading glasses may be needed for small details such as threading a needle or reading in low light, etc.

Gold Precision Cataract Surgery Package Florida

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, autokeratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise information about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric IOL alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Refraction Testing after Cataract Surgery
    Refraction is a test that determines your best correctable visual acuity. It is a critical part of the eye exam because it helps determine the current status of your vision and whether decreased vision is caused by eye disease or some other problem. As a by-product of the refraction, the doctor is able to write you a prescription for glasses, if needed. Unfortunately, Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurance plans do not differentiate between a medical refraction and a refraction performed solely for the purpose of providing glasses.
+ Option 5

Bladeless Laser Cataract Surgery with Multi Focal Implants

Vision for Distance, Intermediate, and Near, for Patients with Astigmatism

Multiple Focus Point Lenses: Tecnis® Multifocal, ReSTOR®, Crystalens®, and ReZoom®

These Lenses are designed with multiple focus points or a flexible lens platform, designed to provide distance, intermediate, and near vision. These lenses are excel-lent options for individuals who want to reduce dependency on glasses following cataract surgery. Patients who have astigmatism will not be able to see well without correcting their astigmatism. A limbal relaxing incision performed by a Femtosecond Laser can reduce or eliminate the astigmatism by correcting the shape of the eye.

Limbal Relaxing Incision for Astigmatism by Femtosecond Laser

  • Limbal relaxing incision by a Femtosecond laser is more accurate than being performed by hand.
  • Location of the limbal relaxing incision can be more precise.
  • The Femtosecond laser can be more precise with the depth and length of the relaxing incision.

Results

  • We expect good vision at distance, intermediate, and near.
  • We expect a reduced or eliminated need for glasses.
Platinum Precision Cataract Surgery Florida

Upgrade Testing and Non-Covered Medicare Testing and Services

  • Corneal Health Evaluation by Corneal Topography Associated with Refractive Surgery
    Corneal topography maps the surface of the eye. This is like a topography of land which shows hills, valleys, and mountains. This provides the doctor with important information about the health and shape of the cornea. This helps with designing the best possible surgical plan.
  • Pachymetry Associated with Refractive Surgery
    This is a test where an instrument measures the thickness of the cornea, giving the doctor important information about the status of the cornea.
  • Specular Microscopy
    A microscopic analysis is captured by a device that can help the doctor detect potential irregularities of the innermost layer of the cornea.
  • Ocular Dominance Testing
    This test determines the dominant and non-dominant eye.
  • Advanced Technical Evaluation of the Visual System
    I-Trace performs auto-refractometry, ray-tracing aberrometry, autokeratometry, and pupillometry. The data derived from I-Trace provides precise information about optical alignment, corneal clarity, corneal aberrations, increased accuracy for astigmatism (Toric IOL alignment), and analysis of corneal asphericity (high resolution detail about the shape of the cornea).
  • Precision Cataract Surgery
    is designed to give you the best possible visual outcome and provide you the least dependency on glasses. This is accomplished through a variety of intraocular lenses, thorough high -tech testing, and leading-edge techniques, which are certified by VisionLock for premium intraocular lenses. We are the first practice in the United States to offer this insurance program for premium lens cataract surgery.
Precision Cataract Florida

Not Just Cataract Surgery!!!

It’s Vision for the Rest of Your Life

Dr Crowley

Precision Cataract Surgery takes cataract surgery to the next level. It is designed to be the most precise manner in which cataract surgery can be performed.

This is for the person who is unhappy wearing glasses and who also wants the very best vision with the least dependence on glasses. Or if you simply would like to see the alarm clock without putting on glasses, you may be a candidate for Precision Cataract Surgery. This is now possible with a variety of different types of intraocular lenses, advanced pre-op testing and the latest surgical techniques.

Once you have made the decision to have cataract surgery, you still have a crucial choice ahead of you. Recent advances in technology in examining the eye, measuring the eye, and with the development of a variety of intraocular lens designs, make it possible for you to choose how to see after the surgery. The great news is many of the costs, including surgical, surgery center and anesthesia fees, are commonly covered by insurance. You will be responsible for any co-pays, deductibles and the added costs related to the intraocular lens that is chosen.

If you have any questions about our Precision Cataract Surgery, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’d be happy to help in any way we can.

Sincerely,

James E. Croley

James E Croley III, M.D.

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You Already Know You Have Selected The Best Surgeon

a VisionLock Surgeon

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VisionLock has removed the assumptions and work in the selection process. Choosing a VisionLock surgeon gives you the certainty and peace of mind that your surgeon is the “best of the best“. A VisionLock surgeon and their practice must meet over 30 quality and treatment criteria to be certified. They must own and operate an office utilizing state of the art exam, diagnostic, and surgical equipment, have a clean and aesthetically pleasing environment with an efficient staff that are educated and motivated to perform and care about their patients, the facility and the community.

Most importantly, by choosing a VisionLock surgeon you have chosen a surgeon whose outcomes are an excellent they are INSURED!

Dr. Croley was the first premier cataract surgeon in the United States chosen by VisionLock.

Congratulations on your choice!

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    Ron
  • I did not always know why I was doing some procedures but the end result was great and much better than expected.

    Zadok
  • I trust Dr.Croley with my eyes. He is the best eye doctor I have ever been to. He is genuinely concerned about my pressures and being diabetic he keeps track of any changes. I would and have recommended him to my friends. I feel blessed that Dr. Croley is looking after me.

    Karen
  • Trust completely. Do not want to ever have to change doctor.

    Barbara
  • Very pleased and love the entire staff. Will highly recommend Dr. Croley. I have good results.

    Beverly
  • I’m now excited to get the other eye done.

    Judith
  • Dr.Croley and his friendly, efficient staff make my appointments very pleasant. I also appreciate Dr. Croley’s current knowledge of new procedures and possibilities.

    Judy
  • Very nice office, great staff very caring & friendly

    Angela
  • Has many patients but devotes time only for you when with you. Made me feel very much at ease with her compassion and personal interest. Office staff very courteous & definitely trust Dr. Croley.

    Mareann
  • Dr.Croley is well-versed and articulate and maintains state-of-the-art knowledge and technology. No reservations in recommendations.

    Gerald
  • I think Dr. Croley and his staff are great.

    Steven
  • Doctor & staff are very professional & courteous. Helpful with my situation!

    Leslie

The Cataract & Refractive
Institute of Florida

James E. Croley III, M.D.

Office Hours

  • Monday

    7:30am – 4:00pm
    Dr. Croley sees patients at 7:30am in Cape Coral.

  • Tuesday

    8:00am – 4:00pm
    Dr. Croley performs surgeries on this day.

  • Wednesday

    7:30am – 4:00pm
    Dr. Croley sees patients at 7:30am in Cape Coral.

  • Thursday

    8:00am – 3:30pm
    Dr. Croley sees patients at 8:30am in Lehigh.

  • Friday

    8:00am – 3:30pm
    Dr. Croley alternates also in Bonita & Cape Coral.

Request an Appointment

(239) 772-2122

(239) 368-1020

(239) 949-1190