When it comes to surgery for your eyes, you want up-to-the-minute technology and training. Fortunately for cataract surgery patients from Myrtle Beach, Johns Island, Goose Creek, and beyond, Dr. Kerry Solomon is recognized as one of the best cataract surgeons, not just in Charleston, but in the state of South Carolina and in the country. His leadership in the field allows him early access to the latest innovations in cataract surgery, which means his patients are often the first in the country to benefit from the newest technology.
Dr. Solomon and his staff would be happy to meet with you to discuss cataract surgery at their Mt. Pleasant, West Ashley, North Charleston and Summerville, SC, locations. Request an appointment or call our office at 843-620-2020 to schedule your appointment.
Cataract surgery technology and techniques have advanced vastly in recent years, resulting in improved safety, comfort, and outcomes. Dr. Solomon’s patients typically do not require stitches, patches, or needles – not even an IV! And thanks to the remarkable lens options and refractive surgery technology available today, Dr. Solomon’s patients can enjoy a full range of vision with minimal dependence on glasses.
The services that Dr. Solomon may recommend and incorporate into your cataract surgery and vision correction include:
"...WOW! I wish I had done this sooner! Dr. Solomon is very good. I would recommend him to anyone needing cataract correction..."
- Cataract Patient of Dr. SolomonPatient Testimonials
As the 2016 president of the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery and one of the “Top 50 Opinion Leaders in the Fields of Cataract and Refractive Surgery” in the world, Dr. Solomon is esteemed by his colleagues and the ophthalmic device manufacturers. He is often invited to be the first to use new products or procedures, such as laser assisted cataract surgery using femtosecond technology.
The FDA-approved LenSx laser system is the newest major advancement in cataract surgery. It’s based on the same femtosecond technology used during bladeless LASIK procedures. The LenSx laser replaces the need for hand-held blades during cataract surgery, further improving accuracy, healing time and ultimately your results. It gives the surgeon image-guided control and the ability to plan and customize every procedure to the unique characteristics of the patient’s eye. The advanced laser not only creates extremely precise cataract incisions and breaks up the cloudy lens for easier removal; it also has the ability to correct astigmatism with more accuracy and predictability than before.
Until recently, surgeons would have to wait until after cataract surgery and healing was completed to assess the accuracy of the vision correction. Thanks to ORA technology, that is no longer the case. Using this sophisticated technology, Dr. Solomon can easily measure the vision correction accuracy during surgery when it is needed most. Having that information during the procedure makes it possible to fine-tune surgical adjustments and achieve results that exceed those previously available.
We’re proud to have been the first in the country to offer these amazing technologies.
A leader in ophthalmic research and education, Dr. Solomon is often
the first in the state to have access to new technology, which he
uses to achieve optimal results for his patients.