Seattle eye surgeon
Are you suffering from cataracts and seeking the right Seattle eye surgeon
to oversee your treatment? At the practice of Dr. Sheldon Cowen, you can receive the vision care you need in a state-of-the-art facility where patients of all ages are welcome.
Under the leadership of Dr. Sheldon Cowen, our practice takes pride in offering the best possible eye care to our fellow members of the Seattle community and its surrounding neighborhoods. If you’re interested in receiving top tier care from a staff who shares a genuine concern for your wellbeing, you’ll find what you’re looking for at our practice. We use state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge techniques to ensure that our patients can benefit from a personalized treatment plan that will help them embark on their vision goals. We offer a wide variety of services fit to treat family members of all ages including comprehensive eye examinations, glaucoma care, diabetic eye care, oculoplastics, refractive cataract surgery, eye pathology and tumors, contact lenses (both hard and soft), and eye glasses. Need a trusted Seattle eye surgeon to manage your cataracts surgery? Book an appointment today to receive the information, diagnosis, and treatment you need to bring clarity to your vision and improve your quality of life. Cataracts are a common ailment and a leading cause of blindness around the world, particularly for older patients. The condition occurs when the lens of the eye gradually clouds over time, creating “frosty” vision that can make it increasingly difficult to see and make patients more sensitive to glares from bright lights. Cataracts can be safely and effectively mitigated through a common surgery which replaces the clouded lens with a clear synthetic lens.
To learn what personalized treatment path can offer you relief from cataracts and the frosted vision that they bring about, call our office at the practice of Dr. Sheldon Cowen, where you can discuss your eye surgery with a Seattle eye surgeon
whom you can trust!
By Dr. Sheldon J. Cowen
September 11, 2017