There are several advancements in cataract surgery that may or may not be in the best interest of a patient, dependent on the circumstances the patient presents with and the protocols of the surgeon performing the surgery. One alternative is TriMoxi, a combination of Triamcinolone and Moxifloxicin intended for intraocular injection at time of cataract surgery. By using this medication, the amount of preoperative and postoperative medications-including eye drops-are markedly reduced, making the patients less dependent on medication and saving significant money as some of the postoperative drops are no longer required. Most patients only require one drop once a day, far less than the standard regimen of three different drops used in combination throughout the day for several weeks. One observation that some patients have postoperatively is a day of blurred vision and floaters, which usually disappear after one week.
If you or someone you know experiences cloudy, blurry vision and difficulty with night driving and faded colors you might wish to learn more about cataracts, laser cataract surgery and lens implants by scheduling a cataract eye exam at The Eye Care & Surgery Center by calling The Eye Care & Surgery Center at 908-789-8999, visiting The Eye Care & Surgery Center, Google+ or facebook.com/eyecareandsurgerycenter to schedule an appointment.
The Eye Care & Surgery Center is located at 592 Springfield Avenue, Westfield, New Jersey 07090, 10 Mountain Boulevard, Warren, New Jersey 07059 and 517 Route One South, Suite 1100, Iselin, New Jersey 08830, and is conveniently located for patients from throughout central and northern New Jersey.