Cataract Care

Say goodbye to cloudy vision and hello to clear.

What are cataracts?

Cataracts are a fact of life. If we have enough birthdays, we will develop cataracts. A cataract is when our natural lens becomes cloudy.

The lens sits behind the pupil and is crystal clear when we are young. Over the years, the lens which is made of protein and water, changes and gradually becomes cloudy.

Cataracts cause a variety of symptoms:

  • Difficulty seeing objects in the distance
  • Glare or starbursts from oncoming headlights while driving
  • Some types of cataracts affect near vision more than distance

For more information, check out our Stats and Facts about Cataracts. Then request an appointment with one of our cataract specialists to learn how to turn back the clock on your eyes and go from cloudy to clear!

How are cataracts treated?

When you have visual symptoms related to your cataract, and your doctor feels that your cataract is the cause, cataract surgery is an option. This is an outpatient surgical procedure performed under light anesthesia (you stay awake but your eye is made comfortably numb). You will take eye drops to help the eye heal following the surgery.

What happens after cataract surgery?

Drs. Miller and Cole are motivated to help you achieve your visual goals with cataract surgery. Depending on the health of your eyes, you may find you no longer need glasses for most (if not all) things you do. Trust your eyes to the many years of experience Drs. Miller and Cole and their team have, making patients happy.

Why should I choose the Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center for my cataract care?

No roadtrip needed to see an experienced and trustworthy surgical staff.
We work with your optometrist for your post-operative care.
Our surgical facilities are top notch.
Love my thin, feather weight glasses and great vision after Dr. Anne Miller did my cataract surgeries! I used to wear thick, bottle-cap glasses!Anna
Staff in the surgery center was excellent! Very happy with entire procedure and outcome!
Thanks Dr. Cole, it’s a brighter world.Gerald