Cataract surgery is a low-risk surgery with a high patient satisfaction rate. Routine preoperative clearance for cataract surgery is not always necessary. Serious or borderline health issues may require a patient to have testing prior to surgery to ensure IV sedation is safe and rule out the likelihood of complications. Many ophthalmology practices do not […]Read More
Is Cataract Surgery Safe for Patients with Other Eye Problems Like Macular Degeneration or Glaucoma?
Cataracts develop as a natural part of aging. And with aging often comes the possibility of other eye conditions as well as the likelihood of various health problems. Common age-related eye problems include presbyopia, temporal arteritis, dry eye syndrome, macular degeneration and cataracts. These eye conditions can lead to serious vision problems the longer you […]Read More
Wearing contact lenses has its advantages over prescription eyeglasses but there are certain dos and don’ts that come along with lenses that sit directly on the eyes. Healthy habits of wearing contact lenses include washing your hands before handling contacts, clean and disinfect lenses daily, dispose of lenses as required, keep lenses in a contact […]Read More
One of the fun parts of wearing prescription glasses is the process of selecting the most flattering frames for your face. After the eye exam and all the testing, you can sit back and enjoy perusing the stylish options. At Pendleton Eye, we encourage our patients to take their time trying on every option possible. […]Read More