Philadelphia Cataract Surgeon Dr. James Lewis Launches a New Website
April 28, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsPhiladelphia cataract surgeon Dr. James S. Lewis is pleased to announce the launch of his new website exclusively dedicated to educating prospective cataract surgery patients. The site features comprehensive information on cataracts (the clouding of the eye's natural crystalline lens), including symptoms, treatment options, surgical techniques and sophisticated advances for vision correction during cataract surgery, such as implantation of intraocular lens implants (IOLs), including Toric, ReSTOR and ReZoom lenses.
"Cataract surgery should be viewed as an opportunity to regain lost vision and, in many cases, improve it," says Dr. Lewis, who is committed to providing each cataract surgery patient with optimal vision correction results and improved quality of life following cataract surgery.
To help his Philadelphia IOLs and cataract surgery patients gain a deeper understanding of the disease and possible treatment options, Dr. Lewis has compiled a collection of educational videos and 3-D animations on the different aspects of cataract surgery, which can be viewed on his new website.
A comprehensive study of cataract surgery results conducted at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry is also available for patients who wish to obtain more information on cataract surgery outcomes and what to expect following the procedure.
For more information, please visit Dr. Lewis' new cataract surgery website at www.cataractphiladelphia.com or call (215) 886-9090 to schedule a consultation.
Dr. Lewis strongly believes in patient education. He has therefore developed a blog as well as a social media presence on Facebook and Twitter so that his patients have access to the most recent information on the latest developments in the field of refractive surgery.
In addition to performing cataract surgery, Dr. Lewis is also a skilled Philadelphia laser eye surgeon who helps patients achieve excellent vision and greatly reduce their dependence on corrective eyewear through LASIK, PRK and Epi-LASIK. For more information on laser vision correction, please visit Dr. Lewis' LASIK site at www.ihatemyglasses.com.