As you evaluate cataract surgeons in the Wyomissing, PA area, we welcome you to consider the highly qualified specialists at Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania. We are the leading ophthalmology practice in the region, with five convenient locations in Wyomissing, Pottsville, Pottstown, Lebanon and Blandon.
Our team of board certified cataract specialists is committed to maintaining the highest standards in disease diagnosis, treatment advances and surgical techniques to help people regain the gift of sight.
They have received their training from some of the most respected medical schools in the world, including The Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins and Krieger Eye Institute in Baltimore, Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary and Tufts New England Eye Center in Boston, Duke University Medical Center in Durham, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in New York, and the Scheie Eye Institute and Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia.
Our highly skilled cataract surgeons include:
Mehul H. Nagarsheth, MD, who received his medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine and completed his glaucoma fellowship at Tufts New England Eye Center and Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston.
Abhishek Nemani, MD, who received his medical degree from the State University of New York Upstate Medical University in Syracuse and was fellowship-trained in at the prestigious Scheie Eye Institute at the University of Pennsylvania.
Jonathan Primack, MD, who received his medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine and completed a Cornea, External Disease, and Refractive Surgery Fellowship at the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary at Harvard Medical School.
How Do Cataracts Occur?
A cataract occurs when the normally clear lens of your eye gets cloudy.
Most of the time, the condition develops in older people, but according to the National Eye Institute, more than 24.5 million Americans over the age of 40 are affected by them. By the age of 80, more than 50% of Americans have cataracts or have had cataract surgery to remove them.
While most cataracts are age-related, they also occur in babies or young children (called congenital cataracts). And they can be caused by a traumatic eye injury, by excessive exposure to radiation or ultraviolet light, by the use of certain medications, including prednisone and corticosteroids, and by certain diseases, such as diabetes.
What Are the Symptoms of Cataracts?
If you think you may be experiencing these possible symptoms of a cataract, get in touch with Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania to schedule an evaluation. A careful exam is the first step to discovering cataracts or ruling out a different condition that may be causing your eye problems.
- Cloudy, blurry or distorted vision
- Glare and halos around bright lights
- Light sensitivity
- Increasingly poor night vision
- Frequent changes in eyeglass or contact lens prescription
- Fading or yellowing of colors that were once vivid
- Double vision in one eye
You may also notice that you blink more than usual to try to clear your blurry vision, or that you need more light to complete tasks that you were once able to do in normal light.
If you suspect you may have cataracts, be very careful at night and don’t drive when your vision is compromised.
Restore Your Good Vision
The experienced doctors at Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania use specialized equipment to examine your eyes and check for the presence of cataracts.
Your doctor will talk to you about your eye health and discuss how the cataract is affecting your vision. If the cataract is not preventing you from doing the things you enjoy, you may want to postpone surgery until it begins to bother you.
The good news is that cataract surgery is painless and precise. In fact, it is one of the most successful and safest procedures performed in the world. Once your cataract has been removed, it will never come back.
If you live or work in Wyomissing, PA, consider the cataract surgeons at Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania for the best possible eye care. Contact us today to schedule an evaluation.
For an appointment, call toll-free 1-800-762-7132.