About 2.5 million Canadians have cataracts, an age-related condition where the eye’s natural lens clouds over, eventually causing a loss of vision quality. Cataracts are treated through surgery, where an ophthalmologist removes the natural lens and replaces it with an artificial or intraocular lens (also called an “IOL”). Did you know that there are IOL options designed to help you see well without glasses at near, intermediate, and far distances after cataract surgery? Learn more about modern cataract surgery, IOL options, and why it’s so important to discuss your vision goals with your ophthalmologist before surgery.
Speaking on the Talk Theatre
Saturday – Dr. Vincent Lam, MD FRCSC
Sunday – Dr. Nataly Pesin, MD FRCSC