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.
James E Croley III, M.D.
a VisionLock Surgeon
Finding and choosing a surgeon you can trust your vision with is not an easy task. It is time consuming, but the results are certainly worthwhile.
Just finding a surgeon you feel comfortable with shouldn’t be the determining factor in choosing your surgeon. There are many more qualities and factors you should consider when researching your choice for vision for the rest of your life.
If your search has brought you to a VisionLock Certified Surgeon, you have made the right choice. In doing so you have selected a surgeon whose outcomes are so excellent that they are insured up to $500,000.00 against an untoward outcome.
Your friends may be using other means of finding a surgeon such as local referral sources, web sources, or a more common method— asking family or friends for a referral. These searches sometimes leave out critical criteria such as, is the surgeon Board Certified? You would assume that in the United States today all surgeons would be required to be Board Certified in their specialty; however, that isn’t the case, it isn’t mandatory for doctors to have Board Certification to select and practice in a specialty.
Also, most people don’t know that there are channels available to the public to research whether a doctor has been sued or has had any claims filed against them.
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.