Cataract Surgery in Arizona

Cataract removal can have many benefits for your vision and impact how you live your daily life.

What is a Cataract?

Our eyes function very much like a camera. You have two natural lenses in each eye. One lens on the surface of your eye, and a second lens within your eye, called the crystalline lens. Together these lenses focus images inside the back of your eye on the retina. At birth, our crystalline lens is clear. As we begin to age, it yellows and begins to harden. When it becomes cloudy, it is defined as a cataract and begins to interfere with the quality of our vision.

Get Your Vision Back With Cataract Surgery

Protect Your Vision

If cataracts go untreated, they can damage your vision and even lead to irreversible loss of sight. During a quick and painless procedure, you can remove your cataract and help prevent vision loss.

Clearer Vision, Brighter Colors.

One of the main symptoms of cataracts is blurry vision or cloudiness in the lens. When the natural lens is replaced with an artificial lens, patients experience clearer vision.  They also note colors appear brighter and more vibrant.

Maintain Your Independence

When you have difficulty seeing, it can hinder you from being able to perform daily tasks. This is especially true for hobbies that need detailed work or driving at night. After cataract surgery, many patients can get back to hobbies and activities that had become difficult due to their vision.

Opportunities to Correct Your Vision

During your cataract consultation, our team will discuss your options for Advanced Technology. Basic lenses used during your cataract-removal surgery provide single focus distance vision. An advanced technology lens, such as a multifocal IOL, will allow you to maximize your ability to focus at varying distances. For some patients, this also minimizes your dependency on glasses.

Quick and Painless

Surprisingly, cataract surgery is one of the least intrusive procedures out there.  Recover in a couple of days and notice better vision almost immediately.

Does Cataract Removal REALLY Work?

Cataract procedures are very effective. With advancements in technology, the cataract operation is even safer and can be tailored to your eyes and your unique vision needs.

In addition to being effective, cataract removal lasts a lifetime. Because the natural lens is removed, the cataract can never grow back. The artificial lens that replaces the natural lens is made to last more than 200 years.

Most patients also find that cataract eye surgery is quick and painless. Cataract surgery is an outpatient procedure, meaning you will go home the same day. You will still need to rest and have someone take you home. However, the overall recovery is typically very easy. Patients can often begin noticing improvements in their vision rather quickly.


Cataract Surgery that’s right for your Lifestyle.


Advancements in Lens Replacement Surgery Intraocular Lenses (IOL) for Cataract or Refractive Lens Exchange

Today’s lens replacement patient demands excellent vision after surgery. Previous lens replacement surgery technologies provided only one focal point: distance, leaving people dependent upon reading glasses or bifocals. Recent advancements in multifocal technology now make it possible for you to read the words on prescription bottles, magazines, newspapers, and computer screens without magnifying glasses or bifocals (even trifocals), while still clearly seeing objects at a distance.

These lenses have the ability to consistently offer improved vision at various ranges – near through distance. Your doctor can discuss with you which lens will best address your visual demands and lifestyle. These lenses are not for everyone and some additional testing will need to be done to determine if you are a great candidate for these IOLs. The majority of patients who have chosen advanced IOLs are very happy with the results and would recommend the procedure to their friends and family who have cataracts.

The choice of lens is an investment that can help you maintain your standard of living and enjoy good vision during every waking moment for the rest of your life.


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Who needs Cataract Eye Surgery?

Cataract development is a natural part of aging. Everyone at some point will develop cataracts as they age. Age-related cataracts may develop during the middle-age years, but typically they only begin to affect vision after age 60.

Cataracts are also caused by health conditions like diabetes, eye injuries, prolonged use of steroid medications, UV ray exposure, and tobacco use.

Cataract Surgery Testimonials

Our cataract surgeons in Phoenix and across Arizona are focused on helping our patients restore their vision. We make sure to answer questions and help you through every step leading up to your cataract surgery. Our team will also guide you throughout your post-operative care.

Hear what our patients have to say about their own cataract procedures.


Cataract Surgery Locations in Arizona

We offer cataract consultations across Metro Phoenix, Northern Arizona, and Southern Arizona. We want to make sure your experience is convenient and easy. Our cataract surgeons also perform cataract procedures at our own surgery centers. Learn more about our locations here.

Why Choose Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Surgeons?

The team at Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center has become one of the most trusted practices in Arizona for cataract surgeries. Our cataract surgeons in Phoenix, Arizona—and throughout the state—are highly experienced. They focus on providing every patient with the individual care they need to obtain the best possible results after surgery. In addition, our cataract doctors are often the first to test and implement new advances in cataract technology. We offer the newest Advanced Technology lenses with even more options for better vision after cataract surgery.

Schedule A Cataract Evaluation

If you believe you may be developing cataracts, come in for a cataract evaluation with our expert doctors. They will be able to help you determine if a cataract procedure is the right next step for you.

Schedule A Cataract Evaluation