Cataract Surgery

State of the Art Cataract
Surgery in Ogden Utah

Get rid of cataracts forever!

It is common for people over 60 years of age to encounter problems with cataracts.
This does not exempt the younger ones from having this eye problem, which occurs due to medications, diabetes, eye injuries, or inflammation.

We are ready to answer all your questions about cataracts and would gladly offer a Free cataract screening.

Our experienced and reliable surgeons can give personalized service to ensure customer satisfaction.


Adults with the condition may have one or all of these symptoms:

  • Double vision
  • Eye fatigue
  • Reading problems
  • Loss of perception
  • Pulling sensation around the eyes
  • Blurred images
  • Overlapped images

What are Cataracts?

Once you notice cloudy or blurry vision, poor night vision or halos around lights, you may have cataracts.
A cataract is the thickening and hardening of the transparent lens in the eye. The lens becomes clouded as it thickens, which prevents light from getting to your retina.
With less light reaching your retina, you start experiencing difficulty in seeing clearly.
In the initial stages, a cataract may not cause problems. The thickening may only affect a small portion of the lens.
The problem begins when the cloudy portion grows larger, and vision gets dull and blurry.
The good news is that cataract surgery can rectify the situation.
If you are experiencing symptoms, don’t waste time seeing your ophthalmologist at once.
You can visit the Clayson Williams Eye Center for a Free Cataract Screening.

Cause of characters

According to scientists, several factors can contribute to developing cataracts

Age is the first factor. There is a chance that most older adults will develop cataracts.
In America, one in six people above the age of 40 has a cataract.

Other factors include:

  • Diabetes
  • Smoking
  • Steroids
  • Diuretics
  • Certain Major Tranquilizers
  • Excess Sunlight Exposure

Symptoms of Cataracts

In the early stages, you may not notice any vision impairments. Cataracts tend to grow slowly, and vision gets affected gradually.
Cataract symptoms may resemble other eye conditions, so you need to see your doctor for a correct diagnosis.
Our eye doctors at Clayson Williams Eye Center would gladly meet with you and perform a diagnosis of your eye condition.

Each person can have different experiences, but common symptoms are:

  • Lights appear too bright
  • Seeing halos
  • Poor Night Vision
  • Double Vision
  • Faded Colors
  • Increase in Nearsightedness
  • Cloudy of Blurry Vision
  • Distorted vision in either eye

Cutting Edge Cataract Surgery

One of the best ways to treat advanced cataracts is cataract surgery. Cataracts that cloud your vision can eventually lead to blindness.
During surgery, your doctor removes the clouded lens and inserts an IOL or intraocular lens to take its place.
When removed, cataracts don’t return, so you can experience a clearer vision for years to come.
Clayson Williams Eye Center offers the latest and cutting edge cataract surgery available today.
We can treat all types of cataracts and have experience in performing complex cataract surgeries.
Our cataract surgeons only use state of the art equipment to ensure the best results.


Clayson Williams eye center offers a complete line of professional eye care services, as well as They do vision exams and write eye glass prescriptions.

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Routine eye exams are a vital part of your overall health.

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