Refractive Cataract Surgery

You are a little older and a lot wiser, however, your vision isn't the same as it was 20 years ago. It's the ideal time to have your vision corrected and get rid of those readers, bifocals, and trifocals. Let us assist you in turning back the clock! Cataracts (clouding of the natural lens) affect everyone at some point in their lives.

Fortunately, that cloudy lens can be replaced with one that will correct your vision, making readers, bifocals and trifocals unnecessary.

“I am absolutely amazed at the difference in my vision after the Cataract Eye Surgery was done at SuraVision. I would do it again if I had to without any hesitation.”

Here is how cataract surgery works.

Cataract surgery has advanced significantly. Through a microscopic opening, Dr. Sura removes the cloudy lens, replacing it with a crystal-clear artificial lens. The new artificial lens sits in the exact position where the cataract used to be. The entire procedure is performed safely and quickly with no discomfort. Because the new artificial lens will last you forever, you will only need cataract surgery in each eye once in your life.

Many patients tell us their youthful vision is restored, and it's like their eyes are 20 years younger. Your medical insurance will cover the cost of cataract surgery, but not the vision correction portion.

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Top reasons patients choose us for Cataract Surgery.


You’ll enjoy the benefits of your refractive cataract procedure for a lifetime.


We make our refractive cataract pricing affordable and all-inclusive, with no upsells or extra charges.


Your new lens will last forever. The new lenses will allow you to see distance and near making you feel 20+ years younger.


You won’t have to worry about picking up your recovery meds. We’ll have everything here for you.


You will meet directly with Dr. Sura, your surgeon, for a full and comprehensive evaluation with all of your questions answered.


Our entire focus is empowering you, our patient, to choose the right procedure and technology for your unique eyes.


You receive a comprehensive, personalized diagnostic of your eyes during your consultation.


Cataract surgery takes only a few minutes from start to finish, and your vision recovers quickly afterward.


Your cataract procedure is performed with the most advanced  techniques available today.


You will have the most personable, caring staff through your cataract procedure and subsequent follow up care.

“Cataract Surgery is a simple outpatient procedure that replaces your cloudy lens with an artificial one, improving your vision.”

—The Washington Post

How much does Cataract Surgery cost?

Your medical insurance will help with some of the cost for cataract surgery, depending on your copays and deductibles. Medical insurance does not cover the vision correction portion. Vision correction will be an additional investment beyond what insurance will cover, this is an investment in you! You can enjoy the benefits of reducing or even eliminating the need for readers or bifocals for most daily activities. If you do not have medical insurance, no problem. You can still benefit from refractive cataract surgery through our interest-free financing plans.

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It starts with a SuraVision Ocular Analysis.

Usually cataract consultations are covered by your medical insurance. During your initial consultation, a full diagnostic workup will be performed using seven different tests and the latest technology. You’ll then sit down personally with Dr. Sura, your surgeon, and discuss the vision correction procedure, tailored specifically for you, along with other valuable information regarding the health of your eyes. Before leaving, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with one of our patient coordinators to discuss insurance coverage and benefits.

Glasses and contacts are more expensive than you think.

The average person spends $25,000+ on glasses, contact lenses, solution, eye exams, etc. It’s like renting your vision from the glasses and contact lens industry. Worst of all, these will NEVER correct your vision. Use our affordability calculator and see how much you can save with cataract surgery.

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Cataract questions? We've got answers.

Are cataracts covered by insurance?

Most insurance companies will cover the cost of traditional cataract surgery, minus co-pays and deductibles. We will gladly check with your insurance company to determine your coverage prior to the surgery. If you choose to have your vision corrected during cataract surgery, insurance will not cover that part of the procedure.

What's the recovery process like?

Many people are able to resume normal activities as early as the morning after cataract surgery. You may want to restrict any vigorous activities for a few days.

When should you have cataracts removed?

If your cataracts are starting to affect your normal activities such as night driving, seeing the television or reading, it is time to consider cataract surgery.

Do cataracts grow back?

No. With cataract surgery, the cloudy lens in your eye is removed and replaced with a crystal clear lens. In some cases, residual microscopic cells can grow behind the new lens months or years later. This may result in blurry vision that can easily be corrected with a brief laser treatment that removes those cells and restores clear vision.

Is cataract surgery painful?

Local anesthesia will be used. The most common thing we hear from patients following cataract surgery – “Oh wow, it’s already done?!” Patients can’t believe how quick and comfortable the procedure is. Most describe it as feeling like a slight pressure.

Does cataract surgery last a lifetime?

Yes, it does. Unlike an artificial heart valve or joint, there are no moving parts that can wear out. Implants are designed to last a lifetime and are made of materials that will not irritate your eyes.

What happens if cataract is left untreated?

If left untreated, cataracts can cause blindness. There is no need to delay cataract surgery since waiting can cause the procedure to be slightly more difficult. Besides, you will be ecstatic about your clear vision.

Can I watch TV after cataract surgery?

The best thing you can do after cataract surgery is rest your eyes for a few hours. TV watching, reading and other relaxing activities may be resumed later that same day of surgery.

What is the first sign of cataracts?

One of the most common signs of cataracts is glare and halos with night driving. Cataracts also cause blurry vision and difficulty getting just the right prescription for your glasses. If you experience these symptoms, there is no need to delay cataract surgery.

Embrace age and visual freedom with refractive cataract surgery.

If you’ve always wanted clear, crisp vision, now is the time. The value offered with refractive cataract surgery is much greater than the dollar amount invested.

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