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Every human eye has a natural lens. With age, the natural lens turns gray and deteriorates, which we call cataract. In surgery, the damaged lens is removed and an artificial lens is inserted. This operation takes only 5 to 7 minutes. There is probably no risk involved in this operation And we get discharged in a few hours. We don't give injections, bandages or patches to 99 percent of patients. Throw away the technology with which we operate also called Laser Assisted Phaco. As both these surgeries are performed by senior surgeons, the results are similar. So your lens is according to your budget. Select and then specify the type of surgery.


Type Of Cataract

Congenital Cataract : Cataracts in children are rare. They can be caused by infection of the mother during pregnancy, or they may be hereditary.

Secondary Cataract : Eye diseases like glaucoma, iritis, eye tumours, and diabetes may cause cataracts.

Traumatic Cataract : Eye injuries may cause cataracts in patients of any age.

Drug-induced Cataract : Prolonged treatment with steroid drugs, either for local (e.g., allergic conjunctivitis) or systemic diseases (e.g., asthma, skin allergies &joint pains) may lead to cataract formation.

Senile Cataract : This is the most common type of cataract, comprising 80 percent of the total cataracts. It occurs in patients usually above the age of 50.

A healthy lifestyle helps prevent cataract, but in case if it happens, it is managed by spectacles. However, as the disease progresses, or if the central vision deteriorates, the only option for its management is a surgery. Cataract surgery in Faridabad entails sucking out the natural lens after emulsifying it inside the eye by a process known as phacoemulsification. After this, a customized, artificial intraocular lens (called IOL) is placed in its position which restores natural and normal vision.

Symptoms Of Cataract

Cataract formation is not associated with “signals” such as pain, redness or tearing. The common symptoms are:

  • Double vision.

  • Cloudy or blurred vision

  • Glare &sensitivity to light.

  • Blurring or dimness of vision.

  • Increasing difficulty with vision at night specially while driving.

  • Frequent changes in eyeglass or contact lens prescription.

Note : Don’t wait for surgery till the cataract matures completely. Surgery can be done in any season with the help of Modern Technology (PHACO Emulsification- No Stitch Technique). It is not necessary to take bed rest or take any special precaution after surgery. A cataract which creates problem in daily work should be operated upon immediately.

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Cataract Treatment In Faridabad

There is no medication for treating cataract, but surgery has long proven to be an effective treatment for the disorder. With the advancement in technology, it is now safer, to get a surgery, than ever to get your vision corrected with minimal risks involved.

If cataracts affect both eyes, each eye operation is scheduled and performed separately.

The common surgical procedures are:

Phacoemulsification (Phaco) Surgery

It is a no stitch micro incision cataract surgery. IOL is implanted and the wound is closed without any stitches.

A microprocessor controlled ‘PHACO’ machine- with tiny ultrasonic probe is used to remove cataract and a foldable intraocular lens implant is inserted through the smallest possible incision in the eye. PHACO uses ultrasound energy to liquefy lens and suck it out with a titanium probe . The minute incision is self sealing and needs no suture or stitch to close it.

Since the incision is very small, no sutures are required and the patient recovery is faster. The patient spends less than 30 minutes in the operating room and the surgery itself takes less than 15-20 minutes.

Extracapsular Cataract Surgery (ECCS)

It involves removal of the clouded lens matter as one piece leaving the bag intact. The technique therefore requires larger incision with sutures. A rigid artificial lens (IOL) is then placed in the bag. It is rarely used these days due to the large incision. Visual recovery is often slower.

Intracapsular Cataract Surgery (ICCS)

​In this technique, both the lens and the lens bag are removed. This technique is now performed only in very rare cases but can be useful in special cases as in after significant eye trauma.

Once the lens is removed, it may be replaced by one of the three options:

  • ​​An intraocular lens (an artificial lens placed in the eye during cataract surgery);

  • A contact lens; or

  • Special cataract glasses with very powerful magnification.

Currently, about 99 percent or more of patients use an intraocular lens.

Conventional Surgery

Traditional cataract surgery requires a large incision that spans the third of the circumference of the cornea (7-9mm). The cloudy lens is removed as a single piece. As many as seven stitches are required to close it after implanting an IOL (Intra Ocular Lens). One has to use pad bandage, dark glasses and eye shield and take recommended precautions in the post operative period for up to six weeks.

Latest Surgical Techniques for Cataract Management Used

Microincision or Regular Phaco Cataract Surgery

In conventional phacoemulsification and Microincision cataract surgery, a capsulotomy is performed manually using forceps or a bent needle. It is through this opening that the ultrasound emulsifies the natural lens of the eye before it is sucked out of the eye using a vacuum. When performed manually, this capsulotomy is not perfectly circular, and in some cases, the capsulotomy may “run” to one side, resulting in a tear of the capsular bag. This means that the IOL implanted may not as stable as it should be.

Note Some of the medications that can interfere with the surgery include:

  • Blood thinners including heparin, warfarin, aspirin, dispirin.

  • Anti prostate hypertrophy drugs.

Frequently Asked Questions
What Should I Expect After Surgery?
How Do I Choose a Lens? Which Lens Will Be Best For Me?
What is the Difference Between Foldable And Nonfoldable Lenses?
IOLs – How Long Do They Llast? Do I have Remove And Clean Them Daily?
What Is IOL?