Gainesville Eye Associates Adds Image-Guided System for Laser Cataract Surgery
Ophthalmology group continues to invest in technology, bring state-of-the-art procedures to Northeast Georgia
Gainesville Eye Associates has become the first practice in Georgia to use innovative technology,
Gainesville Eye Associates was also the first practice in the state of Georgia to perform laser cataract surgery. LenSx bladeless surgery uses a computer-controlled laser that allows the cataract surgeons to plan and perform the surgery to exact, individual specifications not attainable with other surgical procedures. Laser cataract surgery is safer, more accurate and offers a faster recovery to patients.
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Gainesville Eye ophthalmologists were already using the LenSx laser, the
Cataracts are a clouding of your eye’s natural lens that occurs in people ages 55 years and older. In fact, half of all Americans have them or have had cataract surgery by age 80. Cataracts can make sharp objects appear blurry, make colors look dull, and cause trouble seeing at night.
Gainesville Eye Associates has clinics in Gainesville, Braselton, and Cornelia, with consulting offices in Georgia (Blairsville, Clayton, and Hiawassee), and North Carolina (Hayesville and Franklin). Gainesville Eye Associates offers laser and standard cataract surgery, dry eye, diabetic eye care, glaucoma, and routine eye care. To find out more about Gainesville Eye Associates, or to schedule an appointment, contact our office at 770.532.4444. You can also learn more about the services offered by Gainesville Eye Associates on our website at GainesvilleEye.com or by following us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.
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