When people surpass age 60, their vision often becomes increasingly cloudy and blurry due to the formation of cataracts.
With advanced cataract surgery techniques, Dr. Byron Biscoe can improve your vision and quality of life.
The Laser Vision Institute of the Virgin Islands in St. Thomas and Christiansted, VI, invites you to learn more...
Symptoms of Cataracts
Difficulty seeing in dark or dim conditions
Sensitivity to light and glare
Fading of colors
Frequent eyeglass prescription changes
Can I Undergo Cataract Surgery If I Have Other Eye Conditions?
Many older patients have vision conditions like glaucoma that can affect the retina or other ocular structures. In most cases, Dr. Biscoe can still safely perform cataract surgery to improve your vision even if you suffer from other eye conditions.
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What Happens During Cataract Surgery?
Surgery for Cataracts
What to Expect
Recovery and Healing FAQs
How Soon Will My Vision Improve?
For most patients, their vision is still blurry for a few days after surgery. After that, they should see their vision improve considerably, and visual clarity will continue to improve over the next few months.
What Side Effects Will I Experience?
It is normal to experience some discomfort, swelling, redness, dryness, itchiness, and sensitivity to light in the days after cataract surgery. These side effects will subside in the days and weeks after surgery.