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Category: Cataract Surgery

2 Ways to Save on Eye Care

Use your Flex Plan and insurance benefits to save on eye care. If you have delayed having an eye exam or eye care procedure due to cost, there are actually ways to save money on these medical appointments – or even have an eye exam at no cost. Take advantage of insurance benefits Use your… Read More


Does Insurance Cover Cataract Surgery?

A cataract is a painless, cloudy area in the lens of the eye. The lens is enclosed in a lining called the lens capsule. During cataract surgery in the Inland Empire, our surgeons separate the cataract from the lens capsule. In most cases, the lens is replaced with an intraocular lens implant (IOL). In most… Read More


Is Your Vision Suffering from Cataracts? 

Gradual changes in vision can often go unnoticed if you do not have regular eye exams. If you are age 60 or older, your vision may be suffering from cataracts. However, you may be compensating for these vision changes or simply think that you have to live with inferior vision as you grow older.  This… Read More


What Are the Three Types of Cataracts?

A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye that impairs vision. There are three main types of cataracts: Nuclear Sclerotic, Cortical and Posterior Subcapsular. The types of cataracts are classified based on where and how they develop in the eye. Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract: A nuclear sclerotic cataract refers to the hardening of… Read More


Common Vision Challenges by Age

20 - 40
Are you tired of glasses & contacts?
Are you curious about LASIK vision correction?

Take Our Free LASIK Self-Evaluation
40 - 50
Has your up-close vision become blurry?
Do you need reading glasses to see menus, text messages, labels, etc.?
50+
Are you experiencing cloudy, yellowed vision?
Have you been diagnosed with cataracts?

Take Our Free Cataract Self-Evaluation

IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE

We recently announced that our offices would be canceling and rescheduling all non-emergency surgeries and all non-urgent clinic visits, but your eye care doesn’t have to wait.

We are now offering virtual teleophthalmology visits for nearly all types of non-urgent visits. To learn more about virtual visits, please click here or call us to request an appointment.

For more information on how we are handling in-office visits, please click here.