Leading Standard of Care for Cataract Surgery

ReVision LASIK AND CATARACT SURGERY is leading the Standard of Care for Cataract Surgery

Cataracts affect over 20 million adults nationwide, on August 25th, 2016 D. James Schumer, M.D. of ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery will be the first Ophthalmologist in the state of Ohio to use the recently FDA approved TECNIS® Symfony lens.

This state of the art lens mitigates the effects of presbyopia by providing an extended depth of focus. Unlike other options, this lens offers improved intermediate and near visual acuity, while maintaining comparable distance visual acuity. It is also available in a Toric version to be used for people with an astigmatism.

Dr. Schumer, Founder and Medical Director of ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery states, “It has been wonderful over my career to be on the leading edge of eye technology that is driving quality visual outcomes. We are excited to bring a new intraocular lens technology used at the time of cataract surgery that is designed to eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses for the patient’s lifetime.”

ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery has been serving the needs of the Columbus and Mansfield communities for more than two decades. They specialize in LASIK and cataract surgery offering both standard and technology lens options. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn if you are a candidate for this TECNIS® Symfony lens 800-475-2113.

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