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Got Cataracts?

The choice to turn
back time is yours

Cataracts usually develop slowly over time, affecting one or both eyes. Aging, eye injuries or diseases such as diabetes are just some of the causes.

With healthy eyes, the lens focuses the light on the retina creating a clear natural image. With a cataract, the eye lens becomes cloudy, and less light gets through. As a result, people with cataracts often experience unclear vision and decreased quality of life.

But it doesn’t have to be that way…

The most common symptoms of cataract

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Blurred images


Faded colors

Double vision

Poor night vision

Prescription changes

Today, cataract surgery is
fast, simple & effective

Here’s what to expect…

An experienced surgeon removes the cloudy lens with cataract.

An intraocular lens (IOL), a cutting-edge artificial lens made from super soft acrylic material, is implanted in the eye through a tiny microincision.

Once inserted in the eye, the IOL replaces your focusing power lost due to the cataract, restoring your vision.

At Hanita Lenses, we believe that everyone deserves to see the world’s beauty!

That’s why we’ve developed a wide range of intraocular implant solutions for every age and lifestyle.



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Don’t choose your
lenses blindly!

Your specific choice of lens can make all the difference.

Hanita lenses IOL’s are designed to match your age, lifestyle, and individual needs, improving both your vision and your quality of life.

Don’t miss out
on doing the
things you love

You can make an active choice to improve your daily life. Talk to your doctor today about which Hanita Lenses IOL is best for your age, cataract condition, and lifestyle.


What factors put me at risk for eye disease?
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Cataracts is commonly found in older adults. However, they may be seen in young children or babies. Other risk factors include parents or siblings being diagnosed with the condition, prolonged use of steroids, smoking, excessive drinking…
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Are there any lifestyle changes that can prevent or reduce my risk of eye disease?
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The following suggestions may help protect vision and improve your overall health Follow these healthy habits: Maintain a healthy weight…
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What tests will we be doing today? Could you describe what will happen during the test?
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Before your surgery, your doctor performs a painless ultrasound test to measure the size and shape of your eye. This helps determine the right type of lens implant…
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What should I expect right after the surgery?
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After cataract surgery, expect your vision to begin improving within a few days. Your vision may be blurry at first as your eye heals and adjusts. Colors may seem brighter after your surgery because you are looking through a new…
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What is PCO? Secondary Cataract?
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People who’ve had cataract surgery may develop a secondary cataract. The medical term for this common complication is known as posterior capsule opacification (PCO). …
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How often should I return for an eye exam?
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You will usually see your eye doctor a day or two after your surgery, the following week, and then again after about a month to monitor healing.
Find which IOL is best for you

Yes! I want
clearer vision.

An intraocular lens for far distance focus for one selected distance.

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