in Buffalo, NY
What are Cataracts?
Over time, the eye’s natural lens begins to degrade, causing clouded or blurry vision. This natural product of aging is called a “cataract”.
The onset of a cataract is very gradual. Objects at distances that may once have been perfectly clear will start looking hazy. When you start to notice a decrease in visual quality, a Buffalo cataract specialist can help you decide the right course of treatment to restore your vision.
Cataract surgery is nothing to fear: Advancements in the technology used in cataract surgery has advanced to the point where it’s simple, quick, and exceptionally low-risk.
Your post-cataract vision can be customized: After the removal of your cataract, your Buffalo cataract surgeon will work with you to find the artificial replacement intraocular lens (IOL) that helps achieve your visual goals.
Buffalo’s Premier Cataract Surgeons
Using his expertise, Dr. Deepan can compose a more complete picture of your eye health than most cataract surgeons, taking the unique factors of your case into account when making decisions that will best support your lifelong healthy vision.
Deepan Selvadurai, M.D.
Dr. Deepan Selvadurai is a well-respected cataract surgeon in Buffalo, NY. He is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Glaucoma Society, and in the field of cataract surgery, he established “dropless” cataract surgery in Western New York, enhancing his patient’s recovery.
Cataract Surgery in Western New York
LASER ASSISTED CATARACT SURGERY
How Cataract Surgery Works
Surgical Options Available
Standard, Multifocal, and Toric IOLs
Advanced Premium Lenses
When performing premium procedures, our Buffalo cataract surgery specialists prefer three of the most advanced multifocal IOLs on the market:
- AcrySof™️️ IQ Vivity™️️ IOL
- RayOne EMV IOL
- AcrySof™️️ IQ PanOptix™️️ Trifocal IOL
- AcrySof™️️ Toric IOL
Buffalo Ophthalmology - Northtowns
Williamsville NY 14221
Buffalo Ophthalmology - Southtowns
3055 Southwestern Blvd, Suite 108
Orchard Park NY 14127
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