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 Does Medicare pay for cataract surgery?

Answer On One Hand: Medicare Pays for Cataract SurgerySince cataract surgery is a non-elective operation and is deemed medically necessary, Medicare will pay for the operation. Your paperwork must be comp... Read More »
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Does Medicare pay for lens implants during cataract surgery?

According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Medicare will pay for a lens implant if a covered individual needs lens replacement due to cataracts. Medicare will also cover the assoc... Read More »
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How Much Does Cataract Surgery Cost?

As of 2009, basic cataract surgery costs an average of $3,363 per eye, without insurance. The cost may be more or less depending on the specific procedure involved, the type of intraocular lens imp... Read More »
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Does Cataract Surgery Help a Patient with Macular Degeneration?

On One Hand: Correlation With Cataract SurgeryAge-related macular degeneration (AMD) happens more often in patients who have had cataract surgery, according to a large-scale review of three studies... Read More »
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Are you knocked out for cataract surgery?

On One Hand: Complete Sedation is Generally Not RequiredMedicineNet.com states that most cataract surgeries are done with only mild sedation and anesthetic eye drops. Cataract surgery has been perf... Read More »
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