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Cataract: a protein buildup that clouds the eye's lens.

Bladeless Technology and Advanced Lens Options

Remove cataracts AND improve your eyesight. New Technology!


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Bladeless Cataract Technology

Customized for outstanding results

Our advanced LenSx® femtosecond laser system offers better outcomes because it is based on computerized precision-controlled equipment, eliminating the possibility of human error. In the skilled hands of Dr. Lindahl, these tools allow precise and customized treatment, with rapid healing and recovery.



Learn more about Cataract Signs & Symptoms


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Online Cataract Assessment
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Why Laser Technology Matters

Traditional cataract surgery has been performed for years by making a micro incision at or near the cornea and gently removing the cloudy lens using high-energy sound waves. While this method is still quite effective, Rochester Eye & Laser Center is proud to offer another method -- the most advanced technology for cataract surgery using lasers.

Precision Technology. Skilled Surgeon.

Video Imaging and 3-D Visualization Assist

Our state-of-the-art technologies are clearly better. Advanced digital tools provide precise measurements for completely customized treatment. These technologies give our patients the best results.


Advanced Lens Technology

Enjoy Excellent Vision – Without Glasses

When you undergo cataract surgery, your eyes’ natural lenses are replaced with artificial lenses, called intraocular lenses or IOLs, to restore better vision.


Your surgeon, Dr. Kenneth Lindahl

Experienced, Knowledgeable

Dr. Lindahl, a Rochester native, has dedicated his professional life to clearly better eye health care for his patients. He has over 20 years experience with Cataract, Laser and Refractive Surgery, including LASIK, and Conductive Keratoplasty (CK). 


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Know the Symptoms

Do You Have Cataracts?

As we age, gradual changes impact eyesight. Sharp images may become blurred, and night vision is difficult. Symptoms may become more noticeable over time, and the glasses or contacts you rely on don’t seem to help:

  • Blurred or cloudy vision
  • Poor night vision
  • Colors may appear faded or dull
  • Double or multiple vision in one eye
  • Lamps such as headlights or streetlights may have a glare or halos; sunlight or fluorescent lights may appear too bright
  • Frequent prescription changes for glasses or contacts

These symptoms may indicate other eye problems. If you have any of them, make an appointment for a complete eye examination.

 The Experience & What to Expect

Your Cataract Treatment Team...

With You Every Step!

From your initial consultation through pre-op preparation, surgery, and post-op care, we’re here to answer questions, address concerns, and make you comfortable. You’ll enjoy better vision before you know it!


The most important step is to accurately diagnose your eye health and any specific conditions individual to your eyes. 




Before your surgery, we’ll make sure we’ve answered all your questions and that you are comfortable and prepared. 




One of the safest and most common medical procedures, cataract surgery is performed on 3 million patients annually. It takes between 15 and 30 minutes per eye. You can expect to feel no pain during the surgery, and usually only mild discomfort afterward



Post-Op & Recovery 

You may return to normal activity the day after surgery. We will schedule a series of post-operative visits to closely monitor your progress. During the first two weeks, you will need to use eye-drops, and you may need to place limits certain activity like swimming.



Did you know that Cataracts are not preventable? 

This is why 3 Million Cataract surgeries are performed annually in the US.

Check out this infographic containing interesting information about Cataracts, their impact on the daily lives of those around us, and the treatment options available today. The Just the Facts About Cataracts Infographic provides answers to some of the most commonly asked, Cataract related questions.
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