Are you struggling to read, drive, or enjoy your favorite activities due to cataracts? You're not alone. Cataracts affect millions of people worldwide, causing vision loss and reducing independence. At Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital, we understand the impact cataracts can have on your life, and we're here to help.
From conventional surgery to the cutting-edge Laser surgery, Nethradhama provides you the best possible treatment to give you clear vision!
This is a standard lens that will improve your distance vision, but you will still need glasses for close-up and possibly intermediate vision.
If you have astigmatism, this lens can correct it along with cataracts, but you will still need glasses for reading.
This lens can improve your vision for near, far, and intermediate distances, reducing the need for glasses.
These lenses correct distance and intermediate vision and are different from Trifocal lenses. The clarity and quality of vision with these lenses is excellent and reading glasses may be required only for very small print.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our cataract treatment options. Our team is here to answer your questions and help you regain your vision and independence.
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As with any surgical procedure, there are risks associated with cataract surgery, such as infection, bleeding, and inflammation. However, the benefits of cataract surgery usually outweigh the risks, as it can significantly improve vision and quality of life. Our experienced ophthalmologists will thoroughly evaluate your eye health and discuss the potential risks and benefits of cataract surgery with you during the consultation.
Yes, Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital has a team of experienced ophthalmologists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of cataracts in elderly patients.
Yes, although cataracts are more commonly associated with aging, they can also occur in younger people due to genetic factors, trauma, or certain medical conditions. .
Yes, cataract surgery requires topical anesthetic drops, which numbs the eye. In some cases local anesthesia or general anesthesia may be required. At Nethradhama we have a trained anesthesiologist present at the operation room at all times, for your safety and comfort.
No, cataract surgery is not painful due to the use of anesthesia. Some patients may experience mild discomfort or a scratchy sensation in the eye after the procedure, but this usually resolves within a few hours.
Yes, after cataract surgery, patients are advised to avoid rubbing the eye, touching the eye, engaging in strenuous activities, or getting water in the eye for a few days. Our ophthalmologists will provide detailed post-operative instructions and answer any questions you may have.
The cataract surgery procedure usually takes around 10-15 minutes per eye and is performed as an outpatient procedure, meaning the patient can go home the same day. However, it’s important to plan for a few hours of observation and recovery time after the procedure.
This depends on the type of Cataract surgery and the type of lens used. The latest Femto-laser assisted cataract surgery minimizes the dependence on spectacles after cataract surgery. Newer lenses multifocal, trifocal and EDOF lenses aim to give you spectacle-free vision. However, fine-tuning glasses may be required.