Lens Treatments

Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery

A cataract is a misting up of the natural lens, which sits just behind the pupil and helps to focus light on the retina. Cataract surgery involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with a clear synthetic implant called an intraocular lens (IOL). The focusing power of the IOL is chosen by your surgeon to reduce dependence on glasses after surgery.

Vision changes you may notice if you have a cataract:

Having blurry vision.
Seeing bright colours as faded or yellow instead.
Being extra sensitive to light
Seeing double (when you see two images instead of one).
Having trouble seeing well at night, or needing more light when you read.
Stronger glasses don’t improve your vision.

What are the Benefits?

The majority of patients are completely free of glasses after lens implant surgery using multifocal IOLS.
Clearer vision
Reduced dependency on glasses
Lens surgery is an option for those unsuitable for laser surgery

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Lens Replacement

Lens replacement surgery is identical to modern cataract surgery. Both involve replacing the natural lens with an intra ocular lens (IOL). A lens replacement surgery is primarily performed to reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses.
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Cataracts

A cataract is a misting up of the natural lens, which sits just behind the pupil and helps to focus light on the retina. Cataract surgery involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with a clear synthetic implant called an intraocular lens (IOL).
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Phakic (IOLs)

Phakic IOLs are clear implantable lenses that are surgically placed either between the cornea and the iris (the coloured portion of your eye) or just behind the iris. Phakic lenses are an option for those who may have been previously deemed unsuitable for laser eye surgery.
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Types of lens

There are two main types of lens implanted into the eye

Monofocal IOLs
These lenses have on specific focal point. Most patients target good distance vision and wear reading glasses. This lens can also be set to give good reading vision with the patient wearing distance glasses post-surgery.
Multifocal IOLs
Multifocal lenses aim to reduce spectacle dependence for a wider range of activities, including intermediate (computer screens) and near (reading) vision. If you are suitable for Refractive lens exchange, your surgeon will discuss which IOL type is the best option for you.

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The consultation will take one hour and we will be able to assess if you are suitable for our treatments.
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