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Cataract Surgery
Los Angeles &
Beverly Hills

Cataracts are among the most common eye problems and are generally associated with aging. A cataract is a clouding of the lens inside our eye that can lead to difficulty reading, driving, or engaging in other day-to-day activities. In severe cases, if left untreated, cataracts can lead to blindness.

Why Choose our Cataract Specialists in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills?

Dr. Nicole Fram and Dr. Sahar Bedrood are leading physicians in the treatment of cataracts and their expertise makes your experience at Advanced Vision Care a step above the rest. Vision loss related to cataracts is reversible and simpler than ever with our cataract surgery in Los Angeles. Almost 25.7 million Americans 40 or older suffer from cataracts, and that number is expected to grow 50% by 2032.

At Advanced Vision Care our cataract surgery is effective and can get you substantial results.

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doctors for Beverly Hills Cataract Surgery

What Are Cataracts?

Cataracts are a common eye condition, often associated with aging, that causes the lens of the eye to become cloudy. This cloudiness gradually reduces the clarity of vision, leading to symptoms like blurred vision, difficulty seeing in dim light, and increased sensitivity to glare. Over time, cataracts can impact daily activities like reading, driving, and recognizing faces. Cataract surgery involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with a clear artificial lens.

Eye needing cataract surgery in Los Angeles

What Is Cataract Surgery?

Cataract surgery is the removal of your cloudy, natural lens and the implantation of a clear, artificial lens. This intraocular lens (IOL) can be customized to your visual goals and needs.

Modern Cataract Surgery

What should I expect during my visit?

Beverly Hills Cataract Surgery patients want treatment that is safe and effective. Our clinic provides just that, improving your vision by removing the cloudy cataract and replacing it with a clear lens personalized to your unique eye. There are many options available to you. Your surgeon will help you decide which option is best for your needs including cutting-edge laser eye surgery for cataracts.

First, your eyes will be measured with the latest imaging technology. Your surgeon will then review the data with you and perform a comprehensive examination. Depending on your hobbies, work, and visual needs your surgeon will discuss which lenses are best suited for you. At Advanced Vision Care, we take pride in developing a customized treatment plan that empowers the patient to make an informed decision about this important choice. We are a leading clinic serving Beverly Hills and the Los Angeles area.

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Close up of an eye for cataract surgery in Los Angeles

How To Determine If You Are a Candidate

A physical examination of the eye can tell your doctor if you have cataracts. A reading test and slit lamp test may also be used to diagnose the condition. Treatment entails cataract surgery.

If you are considering cataract surgery in Los Angeles, contact our office for a consultation and start your journey to restored vision.


  • Decreased quality of vision
  • Cloudy, blurry, fuzzy, hazy vision
  • Difficulty with nighttime vision and driving
  • Increased glare and halos with lights
  • Lost in contrast sensitivity, dulling of colors
  • Poor vision with glasses and/or contacts


Close up of an eye after cataract surgery in Los Angeles

What Causes Cataracts?

Cataracts develop when proteins in the lens of the eye clump together, causing cloudiness and obscuring vision. While aging is the primary cause, other factors can also contribute to their formation, including:

  • Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun
  • Smoking
  • Certain medical conditions like diabetes
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Eye injuries,
  • Long-term use of corticosteroid medications
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • Environmental factors like air pollution and radiation exposure

Types of Surgery

Refractive Cataract Surgery

Refractive Cataract Surgery is a treatment option that goes above and beyond regular cataract surgery. The surgeons at Advanced Vision Care are leading providers in ensuring the best, customized outcome for you. We are dedicated to helping you reach your visual goals and our Refractive Cataract Surgery packages allow patients to experience less dependency on glasses and customize their vision to their visual goals after cataract surgery in Los Angeles.

During your initial consultation, your surgeon will conduct an in-depth examination to determine the exact course of treatment, including which type of lens implant will best suit you. With the advancement of technology, the type of lens used in this procedure is designed to last a lifetime so there is no need to repeat this procedure once it has been done.

Nearsightedness, farsightedness, and even astigmatism can all be corrected with refractive cataract surgery. This improved level of care combines the benefits of standard cataract surgery and the latest scientific innovations to help you attain the best vision possible. At Advanced Vision Care, a personalized course of treatment will be drawn up for you, taking into account your lifestyle habits and requirements, all in an effort to select the very best plan of action to help eliminate not only the symptoms of cataracts but also to assist you in attaining your visual goals after surgery.

Contact our specialists for Beverly Hills cataract surgery today!

Complex Cataract Surgery

There are certain conditions that make some people more complex than traditional cataract surgery. Previous injuries or trauma to the eyes, certain medications, corneal conditions, and pre-existing eye conditions, among others, can all lead to special considerations needed at the time of cataract surgery.

Patients commonly referred to our center by other surgeons across the nation arrive with complex conditions such as high corneal astigmatism, floppy iris syndrome, pseudoexfoliation, zonulopathy and traumatic cataracts, advanced dense cataracts, and other conditions, that require special attention at the time of cataract surgery.

The surgeons at Advanced Vision Care are renowned for not only traditional, laser, or refractive cataract surgery in Los Angeles, but have both expertise and long-term experience in dealing with complex cataract cases.

With advanced training, experience, and equipment, our facility is a haven for those suffering from unique factors allowing us to provide more complex cataract treatment options.

Traditional vs. Laser: What Is the Difference?

Traditional vs. Laser Cataract Surgery

Traditional Cataract Surgery creates incisions using a surgical blade and using phacoemulsification and ultrasound technology, breaks up the old, cloudy lens for extraction.

Laser Cataract Surgery utilizes the Femtosecond Laser to create machine-precise incisions and breaks the old, cloudy lens into ready-to-remove pieces for extraction.

Recovering from cataract surgery


At Advanced Vision Care, we use new-age technology to assess your eye and identify the size, placement, and severity of cataracts. This ensures that the most precise laser surgical treatment is provided.

Right after your Beverly Hills Cataract Surgery, your eyes may be swollen and red. You may also experience minor tenderness, dryness, and pain. Your eyesight will be blurry for a few days but all these symptoms should disappear within a few days. It is advised that you arrange transportation ahead of time as you will be unable to drive.

Your eyes may be sensitive to light at this time. You will be asked to wear sunglasses or eye shields for a few days. Don’t look directly at the sun or rub your eyes after the surgery. Our doctors will prescribe medication to treat pain and inflammation and prevent infection. It is best to take your medication as prescribed. Contact us to schedule an appointment today.

Man needing cataract surgery in Los Angeles

General Aftercare Advice:

  • Attend all post-operative appointments as scheduled by your surgeon.
  • Use prescribed eye drops as directed to prevent infection and reduce inflammation.
  • Avoid rubbing or touching your eyes to prevent irritation or injury.
  • Wear sunglasses outdoors to protect your eyes from bright sunlight and UV rays.
  • Refrain from strenuous activities and heavy lifting as advised by your surgeon.
  • Keep your eyes clean and avoid exposing them to water, such as swimming or hot tubs.
  • Follow any dietary restrictions provided by your surgeon to support healing.
  • Contact your surgeon if you experience severe pain, sudden vision changes, or signs of infection, such as redness, swelling, or discharge.

Real Patient Reviews

I feel well taken care of with Dr Fram & her entire staff. Had cataract surgery & can see great now. I’m so happy & grateful!

Linda M.

Excellent eye care with Dr. Bedrood and her staff. Every person is attentive and thorough and works closely with Dr. Bedrood. It is a great team experience. My cataract surgery with Dr. Bedrood was a great success. Highly recommend her and her staff at Advanced Vision Care.

Pearl B.

Was so impressed with this practice from the moment we stepped into the office! Every aspect is efficient and collaborative from the staff to the techs to the doctors. Dr Bedrood performed cataract surgery on me and my husband and an extra procedure on him. Today at a follow up she brought Dr Fram in for a consultation on his cornea. We feel completely at ease and confident in their hands. We feel lucky to have found this practice and highly recommend it!

Elizabeth W.

Dr Fram and her staff run an amazing office that seems tight as a ship- everyone was courteous, informative and explanatory… dr fram performed cataract surgery on me this past year and it was done so well and improved my sight tremendously

Marwan A.

This was my first visit and came away feeling I made the right choice for my cataract surgery. The entire staff was very professional. All my questions were answered completely without feeling I was being rushed.

Paul K.

Had cataract surgery on both eyes. Exceeded expectations in all categories! Dr. Fram and her amazing team are exceptional! Thank you!

John M.

Cataract Surgery FAQs

Have more questions or want to learn more about cataract surgery?

When should you get cataract surgery?

Cataracts can take years to develop and you’ll find out that you have cataracts when your vision begins to change. If you experience hazy vision, clouding in the eye, sensitivity to light and night vision problems, you should visit our Century City eye clinic immediately. Our Los Angeles site is one of the most reputed clinics for cataract surgery in Los Angeles and the Beverly Hills area. You can trust us for quality care.

How permanent is cataract surgery?

Cataract surgery is considered a permanent solution to cataracts. During the procedure, the clouded lens is replaced with a clear artificial lens, which typically remains in place for the rest of the patient’s life. The implanted lens is durable and stable, providing long-term clarity of vision. While rare complications or secondary cataracts may occur, the vast majority of patients experience lasting improvement in vision after surgery.

What is presbyopia and how can cataract surgery help?

Presbyopia is an age-related loss of flexibility in the eye’s lens. This makes it difficult to read close-up objects like smartphones and newspapers. Selecting the right implantable lens to fit your lifestyle may lessen the need for glasses. Your surgeon for your cataract surgery in Los Angeles, is well versed in all currently available specialty lenses, including Symfony, PanOptix, TECNIS Multifocal, ReSTOR, and toric lenses. Additionally, we are involved in pivotal trials for new presbyopia lenses coming to the market in the United States.

What is Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery?

The Femtosecond Laser (CATALYS and LenSx) is a treatment with a bladeless laser instrument that uses real-time precision measurements of the eye to correct astigmatism and minimize the amount of energy used during cataract surgery. In addition, laser energy is used to soften the cataract before removal.

Schedule Your Consultation for
Cataract Surgery at Advanced Vision Care

At Advanced Vision Care, our team of highly skilled doctors specializes in cataract surgery to help restore your vision and improve your quality of life. Utilizing advanced techniques and state-of-the-art technology, we provide personalized treatment plans tailored to meet your specific needs. Our surgeons are among the best in Los Angeles, ensuring you receive top-quality care and excellent surgical outcomes. Contact us today to learn more about our cataract surgery options and how we can help you achieve clearer vision.

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