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When to go in for surgery
  • Your quality of life has been impaired by poor vision.
  • You have been diagnosed with advanced cataracts.
  • There is no known medical treatment to cure cataract.
  • Cataract surgery by phacoemulsification allows early visual rehabilitation and ambulation.
  • IOL once implanted is good for the rest of the life.
  • Day care surgery does not require any long stay at the hospital.
  • Waiting beyond maturity of Cataract increases the risk of secondary complicatlons
  • Thickened capsule can be treated easily and safely with YAG LASER as an outdoor procedure.
  • Keratometry for evaluation of the corneal curvature.
  • A Scan Biometry to evaluate the power of the lens to be implanted.
  • Stitch-less Cataract surgery (Phacoemulsification).
  • Foldable intraocular lenses.
  • YAG LASER capsulotomy to treat thickened capsule.
  • Multi focal lenses, micro vision lenses are available
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