Cataracts cause clouding of the typically clear focal point of the eye. Most cataracts develop as a result of old age, but generally occur in infants and young children too. This blurry, frosty vision makes reading and self driving at night difficult.
To overcome this problem, the only one way is to get done with Cataract treatment. In this treatment natural lens of the eye is surgically removed and is replaced with the artificial one which is called Intraocular Lens (IOL). These lenses are durable and usually lasts a lifetime. This procedure is called “Intraocular Lens Implantation”.
If a person experiences blurred, double or poor night vision, then they should get their eyes examined immediately. As in late treatments there are chances that a Cataract patient can totally loose his/her vision.
The old strategies of Cataract surgery included evacuating the whole focal point in one piece utilizing an expansive entry point on the cornea, or the straightforward front piece of the eye. Keeping up the focal point in place was basic so surgery was postponed until the point that the Cataract was far cutting edge or ready for surgery. At the point when the Cataract is ready, it turns out to be hard and this makes it less demanding to evacuate the focal point without breaking it into pieces. After surgery, the patient needed to wear thick glasses keeping in mind the end goal to see unmistakably.
The evolution of Cataract surgery has allowed smaller incisions, availability of lens implants to replace the clouded lens, and quicker recovery period. There is no way to prevent or treat Cataracts with medication. The only treatment is surgical removal. The latest technique used in the Cataract surgery is the most effective Robotic Femto Cataract technology. It is 100 percent bladeless and the whole technique of performing the surgery has been modernized with this technique. Few benefits of this surgery is
• The excellent visual outcome
• Surgery within five minutes
• 100% Bladefree, Painless and Stichless surgery
• Precise self-sealing corneal incisions
• Highly accurate incisions to reduce astigmatism
• All entry parts made with Laser
Things to do before going for Cataract Surgery
Before Cataract Surgery, one needs to experience tests a week or so before the surgery. The patient will be subjected to an ultrasound test to quantify the size and state of the eye. This will help in picking the correct sort of focal point embeds to utilize. The focal point will be picked in light of the length of the eye and the bend of the cornea.
A complete medical history alongside a physical examination will be done. It is vital to illuminate the specialist of any professionally prescribed drug being taken. A few medications can build the danger of bleeding amid surgery and the specialist may prompt incidentally halting the pharmaceuticals in readiness for waterfall expulsion.
There are preoperative guidelines to be taken after. This incorporates fasting after 12 pm the day preceding the surgery, which means no sustenance or drink ought to be taken 12 hours before the technique.