Find a Cataract Surgeon in Detroit, Michigan
Cataract Surgery & Intraocular Lens Implants (IOL)
in Detroit, MI



William Goldstein, M.D.
William Goldstein, M.D.

(888) 347-2020
47670 Van Dyke Avenue
Shelby Township, MI 48317
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Learn About Cataract Surgeons in Detroit

Detroit Michigan has many ophthalmologists who are Cataract Surgeons. Detroit is a city in which you will find some of the best Cataract Surgeons in Michigan. The best Detroit Cataract Surgeons are those that have a combination of training, surgical skill, experience and compassion for their patients.

Cataracts in Detroit
If you live in or around Detroit and have been experiencing the symptoms of Cataracts-such as blurry vision, cloudy vision, faded or washed out color vision, difficulty with night driving or glare symptoms-you should take the time to learn more about Cataracts, how they develop and what can be done to help improve your vision.

Cataract Surgery in Detroit
The top Detroit Cataract Surgeons performing Cataract Surgery in Detroit use procedures that allow Cataracts to be removed through small incisions with a quick visual recovery. In almost all cases, Cataract Surgery in Detroit can be performed on an outpatient basis in a convenient outpatient ambulatory surgery center in Detroit or nearby. 

IOLs or Lens Implants in Detroit
IOLs are used to provide vision correction after Cataract Surgery. The best Detroit Cataract Surgeons offer Detroit Cataract patients IOLs such as toric lens implants to correct astigmatism and near vision presbyopia correcting lens implants such as Crystalens®, AcrySof® ReSTOR®, Technis® Mutlifocal and ReZoom™ to help patients become independent of eyeglasses, bifocals and reading glasses after Cataract Surgery.

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The greater Detroit, Michigan area is heavily populated with senior citizens, baby boomers and other eye care patients who are seeking information and facts about Cataracts, Cataract Surgery and Intraocular Lens Implants (IOL) in order to maintain their eye health and vision as they wish to preserve an active lifestyle. As baby boomers grow in the population and as the Detroit population ages in general, the likelihood of people developing a Cataract increases as well. If you are experiencing the symptoms of Cataracts, especially with respect to night driving problems, it may be time to consider scheduling an evaluation or consultation with a Detroit Cataract Surgeon who can answer questions about Cataracts or address questions about Cataract Surgery and Lens Implants (IOL). The greater Detroit area is fortunate to have many excellent Cataract Surgeons who trained in advanced Cataract Surgery at the Kresge Eye Institute of Wayne State University School of Medicine at the Detroit Medical Center. Detroit Cataract patients will find eye surgeons conveniently located from Detroit, Royal Oak, Livonia, Farmington Hills, Dearborn, Taylor, Romulus, Madison Heights, Beverly Hills, Harper Woods, Gross Pointe Woods, Roseville, Gross Point Shores, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Shelby Township and Oak Park, Utica, Washington Township, Richmond, Warren, Rochester and Rochester Hills, Michigan.

Facts About Detroit Michigan
Detroit is well known as the automotive center of the world. In fact “Detroit” is often referred to as Motor City or Motown. In 2009, Detroit ranked as the United States' eleventh most populous city, with 910,920 residents. At its peak in 1950, the city was the fifth-largest in the U.S.A., but has since seen a major shift in its population to the suburbs. The name Detroit sometimes refers to the Metro Detroit area, a sprawling region that makes it a critical commercial link straddling the Canada–U.S. border.

Detroit and the surrounding region constitute a major manufacturing center, most notably as home to the Big Three automobile companies, General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler. The city is an important center for global trade with large international law firms having their offices in both Detroit and Windsor. The Detroit area is accustomed to the economic cycles of the auto industry. A rise in automated manufacturing using robotic technology has created related industries in the area; inexpensive labor in other parts of the world and increased competition have led to a steady transformation of certain types of manufacturing jobs in the region with the Detroit area gaining new lithium ion battery plants. The city has cleared sections of land while retaining a number of historically significant vacant buildings in order to spur redevelopment and though the city has struggled with finances, it issued bonds in 2008 to provide funding for ongoing work to demolish blighted properties. In 2006, downtown Detroit reported $1.3 billion in restorations and new developments which increased the number of construction jobs in the city. In decade leading up to 2006, downtown Detroit gained more than $15 billion in new investment from private and public sectors. The Detroit automakers and local manufacturing have made significant adjustments in response to market competition from foreign rivals. The 2000s energy crisis, the subsequent late-2000s recession, and the increasingly unwieldy burden of employee retirement and healthcare costs have all been In January 2009, President Barack Obama formed an automotive task force in order to facilitate economic recovery. The severity of the recession required Detroit's automakers to take additional steps to restructure, including idling many plants. With the U.S. Treasury extending the necessary debtor in possession financing, Chrysler and GM emerged from 'pre-packaged' Chapter 11 reorganizations in June and July 2009 respectively.

GM began the initial public offering (IPO) of stock in 2010. General Motors has invested heavily in all fuel cell equipped vehicles, while Chrysler has focused research and development into biodiesel. In August 2009, Michigan and Detroit's auto industry received $1.36 B in grants from the U.S. Department of Energy for the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries. For 2010, the domestic automakers have reported significant profits indicating the beginning of rebound.

AcrySof®ReSTOR® is a registered trademark of Alcon, Inc., ReZoom™ and Technis® are registered trademarks of
Abbott Medical Optics and Crystalens® is a registered trademark of Bausch & Lomb.