At Singleton Vision Center we have been performing cataract surgery for decades. Much has changed over the years with new technologies and surgical techniques, including Laser-assisted cataract surgery, providing faster, safer surgery with excellent results. Your surgery begins with a comprehensive eye exam by Dr. Jay Singleton to decide if cataract surgery is right for you, and also to set expectations when other eye diseases are present. One of our technicians will use a LenStar to determine the power of the intraocular lens we will use to achieve your best vision. A technician will also review your preoperative and postoperative instructions and answer any questions you may have.Learn MoreLearn More
Laser cataract surgery refers to not only removing your cataract but also decreasing your dependence on glasses or contact lenses afterwards. You may choose from the Alcon Toric lens or Trulign Toric lens which corrects not only near and farsightedness but also astigmatism. Another option is the ReStor lens which can help many see well at near and distance. We also offer the Crystalens accommodating IOL, which is FDA approved for the vision correction of patients with cataracts as well as presbyopia.Learn MoreLearn More
Cataract surgery used to be about preventing blindness. But with today’s precision techniques, advanced lens replacement and guidance from the ORA System®, your surgeon can return your vision to the way it was years ago.
When cataracts progress to the point that they begin to affect daily life, doctors often recommend surgery to remove and replace the clouded lens. With basic cataract surgery, your surgeon will replace your clouded lens with a clear intraocular lens (IOL), but most patients will continue to rely on glasses following the procedure.
Advanced cataract surgery incorporates technologies that can increase the accuracy of the procedure and lead to better visual outcomes. The use of advanced lens removal technologies and premium IOLs that can correct for presbyopia and astigmatism mean that you can not only regain clear vision, but you may be able to enjoy the crisp, vibrant vision you had when you were younger.
The ORA System® guides the use of these advanced technologies and allows your surgeon to ensure the IOL is perfectly selected and perfectly placed, which helps give you a better visual outcome.
At Singleton Vision Centerwe also perform Lasik and advance surface ablation for those wishing to see better without glasses or contact lenses. We offer the latest in technology using a Femtosecond laser flap, iris registration, and wavefront guided treatment.Learn MoreLearn More
Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the eyelids.
Whether you want to improve your appearance or are experiencing functional problems with your eyelids, eyelid surgery can rejuvenate the area surrounding your eyes.
Jay Singleton, DO, FACS has trained at the University of Louisville with Douglas Gossman, MD, one of the leading oculoplastic surgeons in the nation.
For patients with combined cataract and open-angle glaucoma, iStent reduces introcular pressure (IOP) by improving aqueous humor outflow. Inserted through a 1.5-mm corneal incision, iStent is the only FDA-approved device for the treatment of mild to moderate open-angle glaucoma.Learn More