Whitten Laser Eye is proud to offer the latest in laser vision correction procedures at their convenient, state-of-the-art location. Visiting Dr. Whitten and the team at Whitten Laser Eye is simple. Our location at 37767 Market Drive, Charlotte Hall, MD 20622 is convenient to reach, no matter where you are coming from! Only 30 minutes south of the Beltway, right off of Route 5 with little traffic, plently of free parking and beautiful scenery.
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Whitten Laser Eye
37767 Market Dr
Charlotte Hall, MD 20622
PH: (301) 825-5755
If you are searching for a LASIK specialist in Washington DC , the doctors at Whitten Laser Eye would like to offer you the most advanced solutions in LASIK eye surgery. Brought to you by our Washington DC LASIK expert Dr. Mark Whitten. Our one of a kind medical facility brings the most advanced technology with only the most experienced hands in Ophthalmology at Whitten Laser Eye you'll see the difference.
Cataracts are a clouding of the eye’s naturally clear lens. Vision through the eyes with cataracts are characterized as looking through a foggy window or piece of wax paper. Cataract development is usually a very slow process, but can occasionally occur rapidly. Most people are unaware that they have cataracts because the changes in their vision are so gradual. Every year millions of Americans undergo cataract surgery and 95% have a successful result. As with any surgical procedure, complications can occur during or after surgery and some are severe enough to limit vision. But in most cases vision and the quality of life improves.
Some common symptoms of cataracts may include:
Cataract surgery at Whitten Laser Eye is quick, painless and patients have a variety of vision correction options available. When you have your eye examination, make sure to ask about premium Intraocular lens options. Many patients are surprised to learn after years of wearing glasses or contact lenses, they may not need to wear them after cataract surgery.
These are surgical procedures and results may vary. While infrequent, complications can occur. Before your procedure, you will read an Informed Consent document which discusses potential complications and risks. Dr. Whitten will thoroughly review this information with you and answer your questions.