Now with 3 locations in Colorado! We’re proud to announce our new location in Erie and welcome Dr. Noguchi to our team! 

Boulder Eye Surgeons- Arapahoe

4745 Arapahoe Ave. #100, Boulder, CO 80303
(303) 444-3000

Boulder Eye Surgeons/Panorama LASIK

1810 30th St. Suite B, Boulder, CO 80301
(303) 499-2020
(Formerly Boulder Eyes/Beyer LASIK)

Boulder Eye Surgeons - Erie

101 Erie Parkway, Suite 202, Erie, CO 80516
(720) 526-0010

Medical Eye Care


At Boulder Eye Surgeons, our team of professionals provides
state-of-the-art care to help you achieve and maintain clear vision.
What are cataracts?
Cataract Surgery
IOL Packages
Best Choice For You
Surgery Services
Why Choose Us?
Meet Our Doctors

What are Cataracts?

Cataracts Symptoms

If you are having trouble with night driving, glare from headlights, golf, reading, watching TV or any of the things you like to do and feel your lifestyle has been impaired due to these issues, you may be experiencing the early stages of developing cataracts. The natural lens inside the eye is normally transparent and a cataract is the clouding of this natural lens. Glasses or contact lenses cannot sharpen your vision if a cataract is present.


Cataracts are a normal part of the aging process. Most people will develop cataracts if they live long enough. There is no medical treatment to reverse or prevent the development of cataracts. Once they form, the only way to see clearly again is to have them removed and replaced with an intraocular lens (IOL). In general, when your vision starts to interfere with your daily activities and lifestyle, it is time to think about having cataract surgery. Cataracts will typically not damage the eye while growing, so you can decide when the time is right for you to have cataract surgery.

How Does Cataract Surgery Work?

Cataract Surgery Steps

Cataract Surgery is the removal of the natural lens of the eye (also called “crystalline lens”) that has developed an opacification, which is referred to as a cataract. Following surgical removal of the natural lens, an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) implant is permanently inserted (eye surgeons say that the lens is “implanted”).


Step 1

Phacoemulsification with a small handpiece allows the creation of a very small wound

Step 2

The surgeon uses an ultrasonic needle to break up and liquefy (emulsify) the cataract so it can be removed through a very small incision.

Step 3 of Cataract Surgery

Step 3

A foldable intraocular lens (IOL) implant is placed permanently inside the eye to help focus light onto the retina, or the “film” of the eye.

Step 4 of Cataract Surgery

Step 4

Vision returns quickly following cataract surgery and one can resume normal activities within a short period of time.


See whats included in our intraocular lens packages below and discuss with your surgeon the best option for you.


Single Vision




Astigmatism Reducing




Multifocal Package



Make The Best Choice For You

Cataracts Chart

Cataract Eye Surgery

Surgery Services

Cataract surgery is a very successful operation. Three million people have this procedure every year and greater than 95% have a successful result. As with any surgical procedure, complications can occur during or after surgery and some are severe enough to limit vision. But in most cases, vision, as well as the quality of life, improves.

Cataract Surgery

Femtosecond Cataract Surgery

Astigmatism Correction

Intraocular Lenses (IOLs)

Laser For Secondary Cataracts

Cataracts In Children

What patients say about

Boulder Eye Surgeons

97% of our patients would refer friends and family to us.

Boulder Eye Surgeons

Our Doctors

Boulder Eye Surgeons has been providing comprehensive medical and surgical eye care since 1997. We help patients of all ages in Boulder, Longmont, Lafayette, Louisville, and throughout Colorado to achieve and maintain clear vision. Our goal is to provide professional, compassionate and customized eye care to every patient, every time. We strive to understand your needs and exceed your expectations.


Due to an office-wide system outage, Boulder Eye Surgeons will be operating on paper charts, and you may expect some delays (*Emergent cases will be prioritized).  If you would like to reschedule your appointment for a later time, our staff will be happy to assist you.  We will contact patients for non-urgent appointment scheduling once the system is back up and running. Thank you for your understanding.

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