Blog - Atlanta Vision Cataract & Laser Center

How Long Will LASIK Vision Correction Last?

Submitted by Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center on October 20, 2016

LASIK is a great procedure for obtaining clear vision for those people who qualify. Dr. Leonard Achiron at Atlanta Vision Cataract & Laser Center Center explains that the procedure should last a lifetime. Eyesight from LASIK becomes stable in individuals in about 6 months to a year. The clarity for long distance vision patients have…Read More→

What You Can Expect With LASIK

Submitted by Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center on October 20, 2016

LASIK is the most common laser vision correction procedure performed at Atlanta Vision Cataract & Laser Center Center located in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Leonard Achiron has performed thousands of these procedures but understands that you will only be doing it once on YOUR eyes, and therefore would like to know what to expect. Once you’ve…Read More→

Will You Have Floaters After Cataract Surgery?

Submitted by Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center on October 20, 2016

Having floaters after cataract surgery is actually a fairly common problem. If you’ve had cataract surgery, and see what look like specks of dust or like spider webs that often move or “float” in the direction you look, you most likely have them. Most patients actually have floaters before cataract surgery, but the effects of…Read More→

Getting Clear About Cataracts

Submitted by Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center on October 20, 2016

Cataractsare caused due to an aging problem and will occur in just about everyone either in your 60’s or 70’s. Although its a familiar term, the true meaning of cataracts may seem a bit mysterious. A deeper look into this common vision problem can make choosing a treatment option crystal clear. Just as a magnifying…Read More→

Cloudy Vision? Maybe It’s Cataracts

Submitted by Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center on October 14, 2016

Developing cataracts is probable after you’ve reached a certain age. They usually occur in your late 60’s and 70’s and considered a normal part of the aging process.  A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye that affects vision. Cataracts can cause blurry vision and increase the glare from lights. If a…Read More→