Cataract Care at Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre
Cataracts occur when the clear lens of the eye becomes cloudy. Those over the age of 50 are disproportionately affected by cataract, and it continues to be a leading cause of blindness worldwide.
Prevalence of Cataract in Indian Population
More than half of all Indian patients will have either developed a cataract or undergone cataract surgery by the time they are 60 years old. It’s possible for either eye to get a cataract. Spreading from one eye to the other is impossible.
The Formation of Cataract
The lens within the eye acts similarly to a camera lens by concentrating light onto the retina so that you may see clearly. It enables us to see clearly at all distances by focusing the eye. The lens of the human eye is composed mainly of protein and water. The structure of this protein is such that it effectively transmits light. Nevertheless, as we get older, the protein in our lenses can begin to clump together, clouding a tiny section of it. Cataracts are the result. It could swell and obscure your vision if left unchecked for too long.
Cataract Treatment at Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre
We have been effectively treating Cataract patients at Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre. We are using one of the most cutting-edge technologies available, to provide patients with virtually painless treatment in India.
Why Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre?
We Prepare You for The Best Outcome
Our experts prepare you for cataract surgery after complete evaluation of Cornea’s optical clarity and Retinal examination by using the most cutting-edge technologies for a thorough analysis of aberrations to give you best result in vision.
We Ensure Your Safety
We maintain strict infection control protocols by ensuring every single-patient has new consumables for treatment. The Cataract procedure at Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre is completely risk-free because of the strict protocols, which entails weekly swabs from OT and daily sterilization of OT.
Great Benefits of Cataract Treatment Await You
- There is no need for a stitch.
- There is no fix.
- Avoid needles.
- No sunglasses.
- Recuperation time reduced; patients can resume most routine activities the next day After the operation, you can be home in half an hour.
To Get the Best Cataract Treatment in Mumbai, Visit Deevine Eye Care & Multispecialty Clinic.
Procedure of Cataract Treatment at Deevine Eye Care & Multispecialty Clinic.
- Before a cataract operation, a thorough preoperative evaluation is performed. This is carried during the day or two before the operation.
- Physical Exam: A full body check is performed to detect any systemic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiac issues, etc. In addition to this, you will have to take part in an array of tests before your surgery.
- IOL Master: The implantable intraocular lens’s power (in dioptres) is determined by the results of these measurements.
- Corneal Topography It provides an approximation of the cornea’s dimensions, shape, and refractive power (astigmatism).
- Inferences about corneal health and cell function can be drawn using slit-lamp specular microscopy.
- All parts of the eye like the macula, optic nerve, retina, and vitreous are checked during this procedure.
What exactly is a cataract, and what causes them?
Vision impairment due to cataract clouding of the eye’s lens. Cataracts’ most prevalent trigger is just becoming older. Illness, long-term use of certain medicines, and accidental eye trauma are also possible causes.
What happens to your vision when you have a cataract?
Light from an object is scattered and dulled as it passes through a foggy, discoloured lens.
What are Symptoms of Cataract?
Increased sensitivity to the glare of the sun or city lights is an early warning sign. You may start to see halos around lights, including car headlights, and this could become very annoying. Greens and blues, in particular, may appear washed out and drab when they ordinarily would not. The most obvious effect is a blurring and hazing of vision that makes it hard to read small print or concentrate on other tasks. Ophthalmologists should be consulted if any of the following signs and symptoms are present.
What is the treatment of Cataract?
The sole method of treatment is surgical. This procedure entails exchanging the cloudy lens for a clear artificial intraocular lens (IOL). The IOL is long-lasting, and it allows for normal side vision and decent depth perception. Small incision surgical techniques are becoming increasingly popular among ophthalmologists which is known as Phacoemulsification also known as phaco surgery.
What are the Precautions that need to be taken following a Cataract Surgery?
Avoid washing your hair, touching your face, or getting water in your eyes for 24 hours. During the next 24 hours, stay away from the cooling gas. There’s no need to stay in bed following surgery. On the day of surgery, patients are able to walk, eat normally, watch television, and perform other routine tasks at home. White sunglasses are only necessary for use outside. Sunglasses are optional.