We have some exciting news - you can now follow Schwartz Laser Eye Center on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates and ophthalmology tips! When you have a moment, please visit our pages and leave a comment! We would love to hear from you and appreciate any feedback.
8416 E. Shea Blvd.,
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
18275 N. 59th Avenue,
Glendale, Arizona 85308
Are you tired of fumbling around with contact lenses or eyeglasses to see clearly? Whether you have slightly blurred vision or very poor eyesight, you should know that there are a number of corrective options available to you. Dr. Jay Schwartz, a leading eye surgeon, recommends lens implantation surgery to many of his patients. The procedure is a short 15- to 30-minute surgery that involves placing customized lens implants in the eyes. At Schwartz Laser Eye Center in Scottsdale and Glendale, Arizona, you can achieve the eyesight you have always wanted.
Imagine what life would be like if you could wake up in the morning, open your eyes, and see the world with near-perfect clarity. You no longer have to reach for your eyeglasses, or mess around with contact lenses, yet everything is sharp and clear. Don't just dream about being one of those people with excellent eyesight — be one. To learn more about whether lens implants are right for you, contact our Scottsdale and Glendale eye centers today.
AcrySof ReSTOR® IOL is recommended for cataract patients requiring vision correction at varying distances. Individuals who need bifocals or eyeglasses to read up-close and to see at a distance are typically good candidates for the AcrySof ReSTOR® IOL. This innovative lens is implanted into the eye and provides superior results, which are typically evident just one day after the procedure. The lens material is soft and pliable, so lenses can be easily implanted and are also comfortable.
Visian ICL™ implantation is known for providing "high-definition" vision. The procedure is relatively quick and painless. Dr. Schwartz starts by numbing the eye with topical anesthesia. Then, two openings are created near the cornea, and the lens is inserted behind the iris. The lens is specially created for your prescription and can correct nearsightedness or farsightedness. Patients typically experience full recovery within about two days, after which most can expect clear, sharp, and vivid eyesight.
The best way to learn whether you are a candidate for lens implants is to meet with Dr. Schwartz for an evaluation. Candidates for lens implants typically include individuals who:
With recent advances in eye care, there is no need to suffer with less-than-perfect vision anymore. Dr. Schwartz is one of the top eye surgeons in the country and has helped numerous patients to significantly improve their eyesight. To learn more about lens implants, contact our eye centers in Scottsdale and Glendale today.