Cataract Surgery With Drs Ambati And Mando

Dr. Bala 

Dr. Bala Ambati

About Cataract Surgery

The excellent news is cataracts don’t return and this new lens implant can be targeted for your visual needs; this can be a once-in-a-lifetime investment in your eyes to improve your quality of life for the long term, for life expectancy at age 65 in Oregon is 18 to 23 years. Our doctors will discuss your lifestyle/hobbies/activities/work, examine your eye, review your eye’s measurements (e.g., scans of the cornea and retina), and make a recommendation as to what lens would best be suited for you. We believe in personalized eye care and customizing the surgical plan for each individual.

Drs Ambati and Mando have access to the ZiemerZ8 femtosecond laser for use in treating patients with cataracts interested in laser cataract surgery. Both devices can precisely correct astigmatism at the time of cataract surgery.

We are proud to be offering exams and screenings every Friday at New Visions Eye Care located at 371 NE Garden Valley Blvd, in Roseburg. We also offer necessary surgical procedures at the Vision Surgery Laser Center at 2435 NW Kline St.

About Dr. Ambati

Dr. Bala Ambati is a cataract, laser eye surgery, and cornea specialist with 21 years of experience in clinical practice. After completing his ophthalmology residency at Harvard and a cornea & refractive surgery fellowship at Duke, he was Director of Cornea at Medical College of Georgia for 5 years, and most recently was Professor and Director of Cornea Research at University of Utah for 9 years and currently is a Professor & Director of Ophthalmology at University of Oregon.

About Dr. Mando

Dr. Joseph Mando obtained his medical degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine and continued with a residency at the University of Kentucky and then a Fellowship at The University of Texas Southwestern. He is most recently an associate at Midwest Eye Center fro 5 years. I would say that I was always interested in science and found biology incredibly intriguing so I wanted to establish a career in that realm. As a senior in high school, I was able to study a human cadaver and I became pretty fascinated with the idea of learning more about the human body at that time. From very early on in his life he was able to learn and appreciate what it is to use one’s own hands and mind to help and heal and we are incredibly proud to have him as part of the PCVI Family! 

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