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What is a cataract?
Cataracts are a common age-related eye disease that causes clouding of the naturally clear lens. It cannot be cured with medication or corrected with glasses. Cataract patients must undergo cataract surgery.
A cataract occurs when clumps of protein begin to build up in the lens. This creates an opaque white layer on the eye's natural lens, preventing light from entering the retina through it.
As the cataract thickens, yellow or brown discoloration usually appears. With age, the proteins in the lens begin to break down and the cloudy areas become denser, leading to complete loss of vision.
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Causes of cataracts
Aging: People over the age of 60 are at risk of developing cataracts.
Exposure: Excessive exposure to UV rays can adversely affect the eyes and cause cataracts.
Drug-induced: Long-term use of steroids and other prescription drugs can cause cataracts.
Diabetes: People with conditions such as diabetes are more likely to develop cataracts.
Caused by Injuries: Injuries to the eyes can lead to cataracts or even complete blindness.
The vision is fuzzy, blurry, blurry.
Increased sensitivity to light.
poor visibility at night
The glasses prescription must be exchanged in advance
Cataract Eye Surgery: Why Choose a Vision Center?
Precursor of modern, robotic cataract without the use of a scalpel
Pioneer of an advanced laser system in India called Femto for cataract surgery
All centers are equipped with the most modern machinery and equipment.
Experienced surgeons dealt with the most complicated cases.
Equipped with advanced diagnostic equipment using advanced technology of high quality intraocular lenses.
Cataract treatment: when to perform cataract surgery
The team of doctors in our center conducts various tests and recommends the necessary treatment to the patient. If the cataract is harmless, it can be left intact. When vision becomes difficult and activities of daily living become difficult, examinations and surgical solutions for cataract surgery should be considered.
The different types of tests we do
cataract treatment has
|Biometric Testing / Intraocular Lens (IOL)||Check the required power of the IOL for the eye.|
|mirror microscope||It is a non-invasive photographic technique that checks the condition of the cornea and any corneal diseases.|
|Test OCT||It is a non-invasive imaging technique that monitors the condition of the retina and its unique layers.|
|Scan B/USG||A B-scan is done when the cataract is so thick or mature that the retina cannot be seen. With this ultrasound system, we try to rule out any obvious pathology behind the opaque lens.|
|Test five lenses||It is a scanner that displays images of the anterior segment of the eye and provides data that helps surgeons plan cataract treatment, especially before implanting advanced intraocular lenses or checking for abnormalities in the cornea.|
What happens during eye cataract surgery?
During cataract surgery, the surgeon removes the cloudy lens
It is replaced with a clear intraocular lens (IOL).
Your eye doctor may recommend that you do not eat any solid food until six hours before cataract surgery. You may also be asked to stop taking any medications to prevent bleeding during the procedure. Cataract surgery is performed in kindergarten.
Eye drops or injections may cause eye numbness. During the procedure, you will be awake but not in pain.
In robotic cataract surgery or femto cataract surgery, a camera/ultrasound/scanning device is used to map the patient's eye and collect lens information. This data is then sent to a computer that programs the laser to make the cuts needed for the operation with robotic precision.
The incision in SMILE surgery is only 2 mm wide, making it much less invasive than a 20 mm LASIK incision or an 8 mm PRK incision.
In most cases, no stitches are needed to close the small incision, and you can go home after the procedure as cataract surgery is a daytime procedure. If this small incision needs to be covered, the surgeon may place a suture to close the area. An eye patch or glasses will be placed over your eyes to ensure a speedy recovery. You will be asked to rest for thirty minutes before going home.
What happens after cataract surgery?
Immediately after your cataract surgery is completed, your surgeon will perform a post-operative assessment and provide recommendations for your recovery.
Ask the driver to go home as it is not advisable to drive immediately after surgery.
You will be given medicated eye drops and asked to use them for several weeks after the procedure.
It is recommended not to engage in strenuous activities such as weight lifting, strenuous exercise, etc.
We will also advise you to protect your eyes from dust and infectious agents. Close your eyes when you take a shower. Don't rush into the pool or hot tub for at least three weeks after cataract surgery.
There are many types of intraocular lenses.
(IOL) we have replaced the original option
IOL measurements vary from person to person and often vary between two people
The dimensions of the eyes of the same person depend on the length and shape of the eyeball.
In most cases, part of the front glass of the eye is called the cornea.
single vision lens
These are the most commonly used intraocular lenses. Single vision lenses can focus light for distance or reading, as desired by the patient. Most patients prefer distance correction, so reading correction is often required after wearing single vision lenses.
Astigmatism is believed to occur in patients with vitreous eyes, where different corneal/frontoparietal meridians have different reflectivity. These patients require special intraocular lenses to account for their astigmatism. These lenses are called toric lenses. They can be unifocal or multifocal.
These lenses provide contrast sensitivity and good vision, especially at night.
Multifocal lenses provide good vision without the need for corrective glasses. Multifocal lenses are equipped with concentric rings that help patients see at the greatest distances with minimal requirements for glasses. However, your surgeon can only decide if these lenses are right for you after a thorough examination.
A new multifocal intraocular lens
Most of the problems with multifocal lenses have been solved in this lens. This also reduces halos and glare.
Trifocal lenses provide a moderate level of clear vision (usually at arm's length). These lenses can also correct near and far vision. The most important advantage of trifocal lenses is that they allow you to easily switch between near, far and intermediate distances.
Intraocular lens with increased depth of field
It's a new technology that could help treat presbyopia. EDOF lenses create a single, elongated focal point, which increases the depth of field. Improves visual acuity at near, long and intermediate distances.
How to choose an intraocular lens?
You can choose from a variety of intraocular lenses depending on your specific needs. If you don't mind wearing glasses after cataract treatment, monofocal lens implants can be used. Generally, people only need reading glasses after surgery.
If you don't want to wear glasses after cataract surgery, your surgeon will correct your presbyopia by adjusting the power of one of the monofocal intraocular lenses. This will give you monovision correction.
With advanced presbyopia correcting IOLs, you also have the option of improving your reading vision without impairing your distance vision. You can choose from IOLs to correct presbyopia, including adaptive IOLs and multifocal IOLs for a larger field of view.
Vision centers offer several surgical options depending on the severity of the cataract, its cause, and the patient's current eye condition. After exhaustive research, the surgery that is most appropriate for your case is recommended.
The types of treatments we perform at the Vision Center are:
Microincision cataract surgery (MICS)
The micro-incision in cataract surgery is less than 2.0 mm. The natural lens is replaced by a transparent artificial lens. Smaller incision sizes promote faster healing.
Important facts about micro incision cataract surgery (MICS)
a small incision is needed
The cataract is emulsified into small pieces by phacoemulsification, and then a foldable intraocular lens is implanted.
Entry and exit procedures
No suture removal, no bleeding, no pain
Fast healing and postoperative recovery.
We always use the latest eye care technology to ensure better vision and patient comfort. We are deeply convinced that every eye deserves the best, which is why we have introduced the latest generation of phacoemulsification devices to our offer. We have state-of-the-art phacoemulsification systems, such as Centurion by Alcon, Infiniti, Johnson & Johnson's Signature and Stellaris PC by Bausch & Lomb. In addition, we offer a wide range of high-quality intraocular lenses for patients undergoing cataract surgery. All vision centers are equipped with a micro-incision surgical technique with a minimal incision (1.8 mm).
Important facts about phacoemulsification surgery
Requires a small incision 3.2 mm long.
Surgery without seams
Entry and exit procedures
The cataract is emulsified and removed with a phacoemulsification probe.
implantation of a foldable intraocular lens
Femtosecond Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS)
FLACS, or femto laser-assisted cataract surgery, is an innovation in cataract surgery. Without using a scalpel, you can dramatically automate the complex steps of cataract surgery, resulting in faster recovery and better vision. Thanks to femtosecond lasers, cataract surgery is now safer and more precise.
Advantages of cataract surgery with the femtosecond laser
- Cataract surgery with a femtosecond laser provides greater precision. it makes it easier
Complicated phacoemulsification procedure for better visual effect.
- Femtosecond laser cataract surgery does not require the use of a scalpel and is fully automated.
- Femtosecond laser cataract surgery has been approved by the US FDA.
- Computer-assisted femto-laser cataract surgery is safer and reduces risk
The potential for human error is huge. laser cutting.
They are more self-sealing and precise.
- Cataract surgery with the femtosecond laser allows for a variety of surgeries
- Femtosecond laser cataract surgery guarantees minimal pain and maximum precision.
It also guarantees quick surgery and recovery.
Femtosecond laser cataract surgery cost
At the Center of Vision, we offer the most modern and state-of-the-art cataract surgery with the Catalys and LenSx Femto platforms.Most people who have had cataract surgery without a scalpel using a femto laser are satisfied with the successful results. They also recommend it to family and friends.
If you want to know the cost of femto laser cataract surgery, contact us today. We will guide you through the procedure, costs, recovery time and more.
We take a cost-effective approach to make treatment affordable for all patients.
Change the way you see the world: opting for robotic laser cataract surgery
Robotic laser cataract surgery
Femtosecond laser technology is an advanced technology in cataract surgery worldwide. It significantly eliminates the manual procedures of traditional cataract surgery. It uses a robotic femtosecond laser, the world's leading automated laser technology, for eye cataract surgery at the Vision Center.
Why choose robotic laser cataract treatment?
- No scalpel waterfall experience
- The operation of the laser takes only 30 to 40 seconds.
- Greater precision and security
- The critical steps of the operation are fully automated.
- Better graphics and faster recovery
- Capsule opening, laser cataract fragmentation and corneal incision.
They are fully automatic for precise cutting and are more precise than manual cutting.
- Reduce phacoemulsification energy.
- Corrects astigmatism during cataract surgery.
What are the most common cataract symptoms?
Cataracts develop gradually, slowly blurring vision that cannot be corrected with glasses. Some people experience rapid deterioration of vision, difficulty driving at night, glare, halos and general blurred vision.
Can cataracts occur with age?
Cataracts are common in adults. These are age-related cataracts that can appear after the age of 40. But not everyone will develop cataracts in old age and not everyone will need treatment.
Can cataracts occur in children?
Cataracts can occur in children. Any white reflex observed in children should be taken very seriously. Visit a pediatric ophthalmologist with a vision center for prompt diagnosis and treatment.
If I have cataracts in both eyes, can they be treated at the same time?
Cataracts usually develop faster in one eye than the other, so it is recommended that the worst eye be operated on first. But in rare cases, after understanding the pros and cons of the procedure, it is possible to perform both in a visual center.
Does previous laser surgery affect the treatment of cataracts?
Because Lasik surgery changes the shape of the cornea, accurate knowledge of the measurements is critical to correctly calculate the IOL and be sure to inform your surgeon of this.
What are the risks or complications of eye cataract surgery?
Although the risks of eye cataract surgery are quite rare, it can include some complications such as inflammation, bleeding, swelling, ptosis, glaucoma, vision loss, intraocular lens dislocation, secondary cataract, infection, retinal detachment. E.T.C.
Will I be awake during cataract surgery?
Yes, a person does not sleep during cataract surgery.
How long does cataract surgery take?
Cataract surgery usually takes 15 to 20 minutes.
I couldn't see well after the operation. what do i have to do
Wait a while for your eyes to regain normal vision. Your vision may deteriorate in the first few days of cataract surgery.
What is posterior capsule opacification?
Posterior capsule opacification is one of the common sequelae of cataract surgery. It blurs your vision. Often referred to as a secondary cataract, it is a clouding of the lens capsule that originally housed the intraocular lens. With the help of the YAG laser, it can be easily performed in the office and is painless.
Will my intraocular lens become cloudy after surgery?
No, that won't happen. Over time, however, the posterior capsule may become cloudy, which can be removed with a laser on an outpatient basis.
How long does it take to return to work after cataract surgery?
Most patients can return to work. Overtime is ideal. The ideal situation, however, is a long and weak break. You will need to take precautions such as not spraying your eyes with water for three weeks and continuing to take medications recommended by your surgeon for six weeks or longer if needed.
Where can I get the best eye cataract surgery in Delhi?
If you are looking for eye cataract surgery in Delhi, Vision Center is one of the best places for treatment. We have highly qualified doctors and state-of-the-art equipment to provide our patients with the best possible treatment and care. In addition to cataract surgery in Delhi, we have facilities in Gurgaon, Delhi, Jaipur, Indore, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Meerut, Moradabad and Hyderabad. The center also offers some of the best cataract treatments in the country.
Where can I get the best eye cataract surgery in Hyderabad?
The Vision Center provides comprehensive cataract treatment. Our facilities in Hyderabad, Delhi and Jaipur are equipped with a femtosecond laser for cataract surgery.