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Our Eye Care Specialities
Advanced Microincision Cataract Surgery
Inside your eye, a clear lens is positioned behind your pupil and colored Iris. This lens helps to focus light rays onto the retina at the back of the eye so that you can see clearly.
How does Cataract affect vision?
When a cataract forms, the lens becomes cloudy or opaque causing:
- Blurry and Hazy Vision
- Double Vision
- Difficulty Seeing in Bright Light
- Impaired Color Vision
- Progressive Reduction in Vision
Progress in Cataract Surgery
Cataract is treated by surgically removing the cataract and implanting an artificial replacement called an intraocular lens (IOL). Recent advances in the cataract surgery procedure have gradually reduced the size of the incision needed for surgery from 12mm to 3mm making it safer and less invasive.
Microincision Cataract Surgery (MICS)
MICS is the most advanced, state-of-the-art technique for treating cataract. Now only two very small incisions of 1.8mm or less are required to perform the entire cataract surgery procedure.
The benefits of MICS
Reducing the incision size with pioneering MICS technique provides the following advantages:
- Safe Reliable Operation.
- Less Invasive, Gentle Surgery and Improved Patient Comfort.
- Prevents unwanted Interferences to Vision known as Astigmatism.
- Faster Healing and Recovery time -return to normal Life more Quickly.
Specialized MICS equipment and instruments are used to perform the surgery in a safe and stable manner an ultrasound probe is used to safely break up the cataract using a technique called Phacoemulsification. The cataract is then removed with suction (Aspiration).The eye is then ready to receive artificial lens.