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Peter L Menger (Eye Surgeon)
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Mengereyecenter.com Contact# 718.386.1818
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Cataract Surgery through #Phacoemulsification - Menger Eye Centers, #NYC

"Cataract Surgery is performed to replace the clouded lens of the eye with artificial intraocular lens (IOL). During the Cataract Surgery procedure, the eye surgeon removes the clouded lens and implants the IOL. Various methods are performed for #cataract removal and #Phacoemulsification is one of these methods that involve an ultrasound probe for removal.

During Phacoemulsification, the eye surgeon makes a very small incision in front of the eye and inserts a very thin needle probe into the cataract lens. This probe transmits ultrasound waves to break or emulsify the cataract while the fragments of cataract are suctioned out. After that, the artificial lens is implanted into the intact lens capsule and at the end of the procedure; the small incision is closed with sutures.

Menger Eye Centers is well-known eye medical treatment center in #Glendale, #NYC where the board-certified ophthalmologists and eye surgeons effectively and efficiently perform the #CataractSurgery through the best method that is suitable to individual patient’s conditions and needs. If you want to get full Cataract Surgery benefits, visit our website or #call 718.386.1818 to book an online appointment."
http://www.mengereyecenter.com/services/cataract-surgery/
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Diabetes is a complex metabolic disorder in which our body can’t produce insulin or can’t use insulin properly which it produced, resulting in high level of glucose in the blood. Insulin is a hormone that is responsible for controlling amount of glucose in blood by helping in breakdown of glucose (sugar) and delivers it to the cells throughout the body. Glucose is the source of energy for all the cells in the body. Having Diabetes increases the risk of developing Diabetic Eye Diseases (a group of eye conditions that affect in people with Diabetes). Blurry Vision is the first warning sign of Diabetes, which is described as a condition in which a person is unable to see fine details or a lack of sharpness while seeing the things. Diabetes can cause blur vision for various reasons which can be both short-term and long-term complications affecting the vision of diabetic people. For many people, Blurry Vision can be temporary or a short-term complication which generally resolves within few weeks when the blood sugar level is stabilized. ....
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