• Wix Facebook page
  • Wix Twitter page
  • Wix Google+ page

PRINCETON IN

Indiana Eye Center

2020 Sherman Dr.

Princeton, IN

  (812) 385-2225 

(800) 252-1067

TERRE HAUTE IN

Indiana Eye Center

4414 7th ST.

Terre Haute, IN

  (812) 877-2020

(800) 252-1067

CLINTON IN

Indiana Eye Center @

Advantage Eyecare

224 Elm St, Clinton, IN

(812) 877-2020  

(800) 252-1067

SULLIVAN IN

Indiana Eye Center @

Sullivan Family Eye Care

117 S. Main St, Sullivan, IN

(812) 877-2020  

(800) 252-1067

WASHINGTON IN

    Indiana Eye Center @

DCH

1314 E Walnut St.Wash., IN

(812)385 -2225 

(800) 252-1067

OLNEY IL

    Indiana Eye Center @

Olney Eye Care

303 E Main St.

 Olney, IL

(812)385 -2225 

(800) 252-1067

LAWRENCEVILLE IL 

Indiana Eye Center @ 

CHITTICK OPTICAL

1213 State St. 

Lawrenceville, IL

(618) 943-5713  

(800) 252-1067

Robinson IL

Indiana Eye Center @

CMH Consulting Clinic

1000 N Allen St. 

Robinson, IL

 (618)943-5713  

(800) 252-1067

Do you always think your glasess are dirty but cleaning does not help?

How Do I know a cataract is developing?

  • Hazy & blurry vision\

  • Double vision at times

  • Glare in the sunlight

  • Haloes might surround light making night driving difficult

  • faded colores

Could it be a cataract?

What is a Cataract ?

A cataract is cloudining of the natural lens of the eye.

  • Age

  • Heridity or Birth defects

  • Certain Diseases like DIABETES

  • Certain medications like STEROIDS

  • Ultra violet & Infra red radiations

  • Smoking

  • Injury

What Causes Cataracts

Dense Mature Cataracts

A comperhensive eye exam at the office
in a comfortable environmentand with compationate experienced staff 
Full explanation of your treatment
options with the risks and benefits
The  cloudy lens of the eye is gently replaced with a clear artificial  intra ocular  lens implant

Cataract Surgery

Options

The Day Of Cataract Surgery

  • You arrive at the out patient area of the facility at a designated time and register

  • You will then be escorted to the pre op area where you would be prepared forsurgery

  • Then to the operating room. The procedure takes about ten minutes most of the time. You will be sedated for comfort

  • After surgery you will be taken to the recovery area , monitored and released home

Q    When should I be at the facility the day of surgery?

A    The facility would notify you a day or two prior to your surgery

Q    Can I take my medications the day of surgery?

A    You should take the medications the morning of surgery with a sip of water unless instructed by our office otherwise.

Q   Can I take my insulin for Diabetes the morning of surgery?

A    You should take 1/2 the dose of insulin the morning of surgery and bring your insulin with you to the facility.

Q    Will I have pain during surgery?

A    You will be given sedation during surgery. Almost all patients have no pain during surgery.

Q    How long should I expect to be at the facility?

A    1 1/2 TO 3 Hours

Q    How long does the surgery take?

A    Less than ten minutes most of the time.

Q    When would I see the doctor after surgery?

A    The nurse would give you detailed instructions after surgery together with an appointment for follow up.   

Q    Do I have any restrictions after cataract surgery?

A    Modern cataract surgery allows for minimal restrictions. You would be instructed by the nurse upon discharge.

Questions & Answers