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Cataract is the most common cause of blindness and is conventionally treated with surgery.
Cataract is clouding of the lens inside the eye which leads to a decrease in vision. Visual loss occurs because opacification of the lens obstructs light from passing and being focused on the retina at the back of the eye.
It is most commonly due to aging but there are many other causes.
Those with cataracts often experience difficulty in appreciating colours and changes in contrast, driving, reading, recognizing faces, and complain of glare from bright lights.
Age, Trauma, Radiation, Genetics, Skin Diseases, Drug Use, Medication and Other Diseases.
If your vision can be corrected to an acceptable level with a change in prescription eyeglasses, including bifocals or contact lens, may be prescribed, eliminating the need for surgery at that time.
If your vision loss cannot be corrected with new glasses and the cataract interferes with your daily life, you may opt for cataract surgery, which involves removing the clouded lens and replacing it with a clear, artificial lens.
Cataract surgery is very successful in restoring vision and is usually done on an outpatient basis.
Cataract is an aging process of the lens. There is no proven method of preventing it. Because cataracts and other conditions such as glaucoma are common in older adults, it is important to have your eyes examined on a regular basis.
This is particularly important if you have risk factors or a family history of eye problems. Adults should see an eye doctor at least every two years and annually after the age of 50.
People with a history of eye problems or other medical conditions that increase the risk of eye diseases such as diabetes may need eye exams more frequently.
Be sure to ask your doctor if you have any risk factors or indications that cataract or other conditions may affect your vision.
The bladeless femtosecond laser cataract Refractive suite (The world’s best and latest laser cataract removal technique 3rd in India & 1st in eastern India)
The use of the femtosecond laser (FSL) in cataract surgery may represent the largest advancement in the field since the inception of phacoemulsification.
There are several significant potential benefits of the FSL in cataract surgery over conventional manual cataract surgery
Patients with conditions such as Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy, pseudoexfoliation, history of trauma, or brunescent cataracts particularly benefit from this technology.
The new CENTURION® Vision System is the most advanced phacoemulsification technology that optimizes every moment of the cataract surgical procedure.
The LuxOR™ LX3 with Q-VUE™ Ophthalmic Microscope is part of The Cataract Refractive Suite by a unique combination of technologies at the forefront of cataract refractive surgery.
The VERION™ Image Guided System
Adds greater accuracy and efficiency during surgical planning and execution. Enhances the cataract surgery.
In the Phaco Cataract surgery process, your doctor makes a small incision at the side of your cornea, using it to insert a small The probe emits ultrasonic waves which soften the lens and break it up, allowing it to be removed by a suction device.
Once the lens particles are removed, an intraocular lens (IOL) implant, is placed in the lens natural capsule.