Your Local Laser Eye Surgery Center
Welcome to Columbus Laser & Cataract Center, an award-winning ophthalmic practice specializing in refractive cataract surgery, laser vision correction, and ocular surface diseases. With over 50 years of combined experience, our doctors—Dr. Robin Beran and Dr. Aaron Weber—have completed over 75,000 procedures, delivering clearer vision and outstanding results to thousands of patients throughout Central Ohio and the Greater Columbus Area.
At Columbus Laser & Cataract Center, we understand the importance of clear vision in all aspects of life. From completing daily tasks to appreciating the beauty of a sunset, lifelong sight and high quality of life go hand in hand. Offering compassionate care and superior expertise, our team at Columbus Laser & Cataract Center is proud to empower patients to see clearly and live confidently.
Addressing refractive errors, like myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism, as well as cataracts and dry eye, our services provide solutions for a diverse number of vision problems. Treatments at our practice include LASIK, Advanced Surface Treatment (AST), cataract removal, and LipiFlow ® for dry eye. In the ever-evolving field of ophthalmology, we remain on the cutting edge of technology and techniques in the industry, using premium IOLs for refractive errors, several eye imaging techniques for surgery planning, LipiView ® oil gland imaging, and the WaveLight ® Allegretto Wave ® Eye-Q laser for advanced diagnostics and treatment.
Stay active with clear vision.
Restore vision with a single procedure.
Dry Eye Treatment
Experience comfort and clear vision.
Correct your vision without glasses.
Advanced Surface Treatment
Explore better vision, even if you aren’t a candidate for LASIK.
Meet Our Doctors
If you are ready to take the next steps toward independence, clear vision, and healthy eyes, call us today to book your appointment. Our team of experts looks forward to meeting you, welcoming you into our Columbus Laser & Cataract Center family, and helping you get the clear vision you deserve!
All About Vision
Contrary to popular belief, 20 / 20 vision does not necessarily indicate perfect vision. Instead, it is a measurement that reflects one quality of vision called acuity, or the clarity and sharpness of vision.
When we measure acuity, we do so at a distance of 20 feet, indicated by the first number. If you have 20 / 20 vision, this means that you can see at 20 feet what someone with normal vision can see at 20 feet. Conversely, if you have 20 / 100 vision, that means that you see at 20 feet what a person with normal vision would see at 100 feet.
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