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LASIK Self Evaluation

If you are seeking LASIK in Kentucky we are happy to provide you with more information about LASIK and your candidacy potential for this eye surgery. Please feel free to take our short LASIK self-evaluation test to determine if you are a potential candidate. After you submit the LASIK Self-Evaluation test the knowledgeable staff at AbellEyes will contact you to discuss your laser vision correction options.

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Cataract Surgery

Learn how you can see better after Cataract Surgery! Dr. Abell is proud to offer the ReSTOR® intraocular lens. If you are a cataract patient in Lexington, Kentucky or the surrounding area, there is a revolutionary new way for you to potentially leave your glasses behind, and change your vision up close, far away, and everything in between.

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Financing Options

Laser vision correction is now more affordable than ever. AbellEyes offers 0% interest financing for 24 months through Care Credit. Please contact your AbellEyes LASIK or Cataract counselor to determine a payment plan that suits you!

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Free LASIK Consultation

AbellEyes offers FREE NO OBLIGATION LASIK consultations in both our Lexington and Campbellsville, Kentucky locations. Dr. Thomas G. Abell is dedicated to provide you with your best vision possible! Schedule your free LASIK Consultation today!

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Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is a relatively simple outpatient procedure where the eye's natural lens is removed and replaced with an artificial lens, called an intraocular lens (IOL). The entire procedure is generally done on an outpatient basis and usually lasts between 15 and 30 minutes. Patients may experience little to no pain and can usually return to their normal activities the following day.

Cataract Surgery

The operation itself entails making a tiny incision in the eye. Through this incision, the surgeon inserts an instrument about the size of a pen tip. This instrument breaks the cloudy lens into pieces and removes them from the eye. Once the cataract is removed, a cataract replacement lens is inserted through the same tiny incision and set into position to replace the natural lens.

What can I expect following the surgery?

Most patients typically return home the very same day as cataract surgery. Eye drops may be prescribed to guard against infection and help your eye heal. For a few days, you may need to wear an eye patch to keep away irritants. Everyone heals differently, but most patients see well enough to return to most of their routine activities within a few days of recovery.