Wolstan & Goldberg
Eye Associates

TELO Medical Center
1st Floor, Ste 100
23600 Telo Ave
Torrance CA 90505

Phone: (310) 543-2611
Fax: (310) 543-2056

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Redondo Beach

Everyone knows how important it is to maintain healthy vision, but what they do not realize is that the eye’s lenses, crystalline lenses to be precise, can be subjected to malignant interferences. The lenses sit just behind the iris, the color portion in each eye. Like the lens of a camera, the eye’s lens needs to focus light in the eye in order to see images clearly. However, a cloudy substance known as a cataract, changes clarity and images become distorted over time. In fact, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness among American seniors.

What Are Cataracts?

Approximately 50 percent of people in the United States over the age of 65 will develop cataracts around this point in their life and increases to 70 percent in people over 75. A cataract is essentially a clouding of an eye lens, and causes a varying degree of vision obstruction. As the cataract progresses, so will the size of the milky, white substance and it will interfere the way your optic system processes light – creating a blurry field view. It should be known that not all cataracts cause vision interference, but when the lens loses clarity, the only solution is to replace it through cataract surgery.

Fortunately, Wolstan & Goldberg Eye Associates are available to perform cataract surgery for Redondo Beach patients in order to restore clear vision.

If you have a cataract(s), you may experience one or more of the following symptoms:

Causes of Cataracts in Redondo Beach Patients

Typically the clouding of cataracts develops because the protein that helps create the lens begins clumping on the surface and makes vision appear blurry. There are also other various causes of cataracts including injury, illness or prior eye surgery. Just as any other disease discovered in our bodies, there are certain risk factors that increase the likelihood of cataract development. As defined by Mayo Clinic, risk factors of cataracts include:

Replacing Your Cataracts with a New Lens

Upon evaluation and discovery for cataract surgery, your cataract surgeon from Wolstan & Goldberg Eye Associates will help you become familiar with the various types of lens replacement options.


For the majority of our cataract cases, we use traditional monofocal intraocular lenses (IOLs) to correct cataracts, as well as correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, or presbyopia. Unlike traditional IOLs, we deliver the best solution possible to treat your case of cataracts, and they may even help reduce or eliminate your need for glasses and contact lenses.

When Should I Consider Cataract Surgery?

Upon diagnosis for your condition, our cataract surgeons can establish the best time for your surgery and its importance of vision improvement. Some patients choose to undergo surgery at the first sign of cataract formation as a precaution to vision loss, but not all cases impair vision or require surgery.

Visit Redondo Beach for Cataract Surgery

Wolstan & Goldberg Eye Associates not only perform high quality cataract surgeries but also provide a medical strategy that begins with consultation, evaluation and discussion of treatment along with high quality aftercare. This ensures that your eyes remain healthy and that conditions do not develop or reoccur.

If you have a developing eye issue, or believe that you need treatment for a problem pertaining to your vision, please contact us to evaluate your need for cataract surgery in Redondo Beach. You can do this via ouronline form or by phone at (310) 543-2611. We look forward to helping you find the best method of treatment for cataracts.