Cataract

A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens inside the eye that affects vision. The lens, located behind the iris (the colored part of the eye), is normally clear and allows light to pass through and focus on the retina at the back of the eye. However, as we age, proteins in the lens can clump together and cause the lens to become cloudy. This cloudy area is called a cataract, and it can interfere with normal vision

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Cataract

Description

1. Cataract surgery is a common and safe procedure that improves vision.
2. It's a quick and effective way to regain clear sight and enhance your quality of life.

Significance

1. Early diagnosis and immediate intervention if needed cataract surgery done at the earliest can help in regaining maximum vision and avoid any later complications.
2. Intraocular lenses ( IOL) replace cataract , which helps restore vision and correct the refractive error . Monofocal , multifocal and EDOF iols are available.

Highlights

1. Our experienced team specializes in cataract surgery.
2. We use the latest technology for precise and safe treatment

Unique Hospital Features

Advanced phacoemulsification and Robotic Laser procedures :
Utilizing state-of-the-art phacoemulsification technology for precise Cataract removal.
Premium Intraocular Lens Options:
Offering a wide range of premium intraocular lenses for personalized vision correction.
Microincision Surgery:
Specializing in microincision cataract surgery for quicker recovery and minimized discomfort.

Monofocal

Distance Only

Glasses for computer distance and reading

Acrysof IQ, Tecnis1, Aurovue, Natural HD, Hanita, Ultraflex

Monofocal + Extended Depth Of Focus

Distance + Intermediate

Glasses for reading only

Tecnis Eyhance (J&J) U.S.A, Vivity (Alcon) U.S.A, vivinex impress (Hoya) ,Japan

Trifocal (Multifocal)

Distance + Intermediate + Near

Chance of Halos & Glare

Synergy(J&J),USA, vivinex Gemetric (HOYA), Japan, Panoptix (Alcon) U.S.A

Toric (Available in Monofocal, Monofocal + Dept of Focus and Trifocal)

Corrects Cylinder

Used when cylinder is 0.75 or more

All brands available

Monofocal

Distance Only

Glasses for computer distance and reading

Acrysof IQ, Tecnis1, Aurovue, Natural HD, Hanita, Ultraflex

Monofocal + Depth of Focus

Distance + Intermediate

Glasses for reading only

Tecnis Eyhance (J&J) U.S.A, Vivity (Alcon) U.S.A

Trifocal (Multifocal)

Distance + Intermediate + Near

Chance of Halos & Glare

Panoptix (Alcon) U.S.A, Synergy(J&J),USA, vivinex Gemetric (HOYA), Japan, Panoptix (Alcon) U.S.A

Toric (Available in Monofocal, Monofocal + Dept of Focus and Trifocal)

Corrects Cylinder

Used when cylinder is 0.75 or more

All brands available

Detailed Explanation

What is a cataract and how does it develop in the eye?

A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens in the eye, which can lead to blurry vision. It develops over time due to the aging process, but can also be caused by other factors like injury, certain medications, or medical conditions.

What are the potential risks and complications associated with cataract surgery?

While cataract surgery is considered very safe, like any surgery, there are potential risks, including infection, bleeding, retinal detachment, and a slight risk of vision loss. However, serious complications are rare.

What factors increase the risk of developing cataracts?

Age is the primary risk factor for cataracts. Other factors include exposure to UV radiation, smoking, certain medications, and medical conditions like diabetes.

How is a cataract diagnosed during an eye examination?

A cataract can be diagnosed through a comprehensive eye examination, which includes visual acuity tests, a dilated eye exam, and other specialized tests to evaluate the clarity of the lens.

Can cataracts be treated or reversed without surgery?

Currently, surgery is the only effective treatment for cataracts. There are no medications or exercises that can reverse cataract formation.

Cataract surgery involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). The procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis and is minimally invasive.

What are the a symptoms of cataracts?

Common symptoms of cataracts include blurry or cloudy vision, difficulty seeing in low light conditions, sensitivity to glare, and seeing halos around lights.

How long is the recovery period after cataract surgery, and what can I expect during that time?

Most patients experience a significant improvement in vision within a few days after surgery. Full recovery can take several weeks, during which you may need to use prescribed eye drops and avoid strenuous activities.

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Opp. Aparna Westside, Lanco Hills Road, Khajaguda, Hyderabad 

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Lanco Hills Road, Khajaguda, Hyderabad 

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