– What is cataract?
– What is a cataract surgery?
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Post operation visual outcome is almost perfect and do not require glasses after surgery. Our patients are very satisfied with the after surgery vision. (Do check out our patients’ testimonies.)
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What is Multifocal lenses?
These remarkable lenses are designed to allow good vision at all distances – near, intermediate and far. Most patients do not require any glasses after surgery, while the few that do, typically only require them for a minority of daily tasks. Lenses in this classification may be referred to as multifocal, trifocal or extended depth of focus correct vision at multiple different distances.
What is Monofocal lenses?
These lenses are mainly designed to reduce dependence on glasses for distance vision including driving. Most patients will still require glasses for visual tasks within arm’s length, such as reading a mobile phone or books, using a computer.
What is a Cataract?
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens leading to a decrease in vision and potential blindness.
What is Presbyopia?
Presbyopia is a normal aging process that usually happens after age of 40 when your lens become rigid. This makes it harder to read, thread a needle, or do other close up tasks. However, this can be corrected with glasses, contact lens, and surgery.
What are the symptoms of cataract?
• Blurred or cloudy vision.
• Faded colors.
• Light sources can be disturbing (for example, dazzling car lights at night, halos around lights, other dazzling lights, distracting light around lamps).
• Limited night vision.
• Double or multiple vision.
• Frequent changes needed in the diopter of glasses or contact lenses.
Consult your ophthalmologist for detailed information on possible solutions.
Is it possible for me to see clearly again?
After a visual acuity test and a thorough examination, your doctor will make the right diagnosis for you. If your doctor determines that you have cataract, further examination will be required to find the most appropriate surgical procedure, according to your individual needs. Cataract surgery is the only solution to restore proper vision.
Cataract surgery is one of the safest and most successful microsurgical procedures.
What about the treatment?
During cataract surgery, the blurred lens is removed and an artificial lens is implanted into your eye. The doctor makes a small cut (1.8 – 2.2 mm) on the cornea. Using an ultrasonic instrument, the doctor slices the cataractous lens into tiny pieces, and sucks it out from the capsular bag. The intraocular lens (IOL) is then implanted through the same small incision.
• There is no need for general anesthesia or sutures (in most cases).
• Safe and predictable outcome, thanks to high-tech, innovative tools.
• The average duration of the surgical procedure is usually not more than 20-30 minutes.
• There is no need for inpatient care or complicated post-operative treatment.
Assess the situation with a surgeon and select an artificial lens if surgery is needed.
Removal of the cataract through a small incision.
Placement of the artificial lens using an injector.