What is Cataract?
What causes cataract?
How do you know if someone has a cataract?
Treatment of Cataract
After 2-3 weeks the patient should get another examination, either at the hospital or another site with eye care professionals as directed by surgeons. If a patient has severe pain or sudden loss of vision in the eye before the examination he should come right away. Many patients do not need glasses after surgery for distance, but some like to use glasses for reading or doing close work.
|Before and After Cataract Surgery with IOL Implant|
Frequently asked questions:
1. Do cataract surgery also correct preoperative astigmatisms?
Yes, there are many techniques of Cataract surgery with astigmatism corrections (Pre Operative) some of it by using Toric Intraocular Lenses which are best Intraocular lens for astigmatism correction. Depends upon Keratometry reading (Reading of curvature of Cornea) your surgeon will explain to you about the best lenses.
2. Can blurred vision after cataract surgery may occurs?
Not at all but sometimes there is opacification on Intraocular lens may occur, which is called Posterior capsular opacification (PCO) which need special LASER called Nd: Yag Laser to clear it so your vision will be clear again it’s not a big thing, and another cause of blurred vision after cataract surgery is your retina may be affected by your old age, hypertension, diabetes and other systemic cause. So if you feel blurred vision after surgery you have to consult immediately with your cataract surgeon.