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New technology for a fast and efficient procedure
What is cataract?
Cataract is a clouding of the natural lens in the eye which leads to a gradual drop of vision. Usually it develops gradually and can affect one or both eyes. Symptoms are faded colors, blurry vision, halos, and night vision problems.
The main cause of cataract is age, but other causes are related to systemic disease, certain systemic medications and genetic disorders.
How do we treat cataract?
Nowadays treating cataract is very safe and effective. The procedure simply takes about 10 minutes, and the surgeon replaces your cloudy lens with a new artificial clear lens.
The lens is positioned in the same place as your natural lens and remains a permanent part of your eye.
The procedure is painless and it only requires topical (eye drops) anesthesia.
Usually you get back to your regular life style within 2-3 days.
Get rid of cataract and both distance and near glasses by one simple procedure.
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What type of lenses can I have?
Monofocal IOLs (intra-ocular lenses):
It’s the most common type of lenses where it replaces the cloudy lens and gives you crisp clear distance vision, but after the procedure you will need reading glasses for nearby objects.
Multi-focal IOLs (intra-ocular lenses):
This type of lenses has an advantage over the monofocal IOLs as it is designed to give you clear vision at both distance and near, so after the procedure you will not need reading glasses.