Find a Cataract Surgeon in Greenville, South Carolina
Donald P. Glaser, M.D.
Brian R. Johnson, M.D.
Joseph L. Parisi, M.D., F.R.C.S., F.A.C.S.
Greenville South Carolina has many ophthalmologists who are Cataract Surgeons. Greenville is a city in which you will find some of the best Cataract Surgeons in South Carolina. The best Greenville Cataract Surgeons are those that have a combination of training, surgical skill, experience and compassion for their patients.
Cataracts in Greenville
If you live in or around Greenville 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 Greenville
The top Greenville Cataract Surgeons performing Cataract Surgery in Greenville use procedures that allow Cataracts to be removed through small incisions with a quick visual recovery. In almost all cases, Cataract Surgery in Greenville can be performed on an outpatient basis in a convenient outpatient ambulatory surgery center in Greenville or nearby.
IOLs or Lens Implants in Greenville
IOLs are used to provide vision correction after Cataract Surgery. The best Greenville Cataract Surgeons offer Greenville 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.
Dr. Donald P. Glaser, Dr. Brian R. Johnson, Dr. Joseph L. Parisi of Clemson Eye help sponsor www.aboutcataractsurgery.com and help make information about Cataract Surgery and Greenville Cataract Surgeons available to you.
If you are concerned with or bothered by a Cataract in Greenville you will be please to know that the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of Cataracts in Greenville is readily available to area residents by well trained and qualified Greenville eye surgeons. The best Cataract Surgeons in Greenville represent the top Cataract Surgeons throughout South Carolina and the United States. Although eye surgery of all types is performed in Greenville, the frequency of Cataract Surgery in Greenville is somewhat greater than in an average population due to the higher exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UV) from the outdoor lifestyle afforded by the “Upstate” South Carolina area. Greenville residents seeking a Cataract evaluation or in need of Cataract Surgery and Lens Implants (IOL)s will find Greenville Cataract Surgeons conveniently located throughout the entire “Upstate South Carolina” area.
Learn About Greenville South Carolina
Greenville is the second largest city in the state of South Carolina and is considered “Upstate South Carolina”. It is one of the principal cities of the Greenville-Maudlin-Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area and is largest city of the combined Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson Statistical area.
Greenville is home to some popular and interesting sites including Falls Park on the Reedy, a large regional park in the West End with gardens and several waterfalls. Dedicated in 2004, the $13.4 million park is home to the Liberty Bridger, a pedestrian suspension bridge overlooking the Reedy River. The park's development sparked a $65 million public-private development, Riverplace, directly across Main Street. The Greenville County Museum of Art specializes in American art, frequently with a Southern perspective that dates back to the 18th century. It is noted for its collections of work by Andrew Wyeth and Jasper Johns, as well as a contemporary collection that features such notables as Andy Warhol, Georgia O'Keeffe, and others. The Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery the second largest collection of religious Christian art in the world, is located on the campus of Bob Jones University in Greenville. The University also sponsors the Museum and Gallery at Heritage Green, a smaller, centrally located satellite of the larger museum. The Roper Mountain Science Center is home to a historic 23" refractor telescope, eighth largest of its kind in the United States.
Although the majority of Greenville-area residents live outside of the central urban core, the last decade has brought a significant increase in downtown living and working as new luxury condos, apartments and lofts go up and more businesses are moving their offices to the now thriving downtown.