A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye, which leads to a decrease in vision. Congenital cataracts may be present at birth or appear shortly after, or at some time during infancy or childhood. Age-related cataracts appear later in life and are the most common type.
Types of Intraocular lens
It is a fixed-strength lens that is set for one level of vision usually distance. Then they wear eyeglasses for reading or close work.
These IOLS provide both distance and near focus at the same time.
These lens moves or changes shape inside your eye, allowing focusing at different distances.
Recent advancements have made the microsurgery extremely safe and totally painless, with a daycare stay of only a few hours.
Recovery is quick and one can go back to the routine at the earliest.
No injection, no pain, no bandage microsurgery
Self-healing, no stitch tunnel incisions
Excellent endothelial protection with visco procedures standard or premium (Aspherical, MICs, TORIC and Multifocal) Intraocular Lenses (IOLs)
Safe solutions for highly complicated situations.