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Cataract

Your path to quality vision, starts here. With over 36 years of experience in pioneering eye care, we are committed to providing you the best possible treatments and care across an array of services. 

WHAT IS A CATARACT

Cataracts cloud our eye lenses, making it more difficult to see clearly. This reduces the amount of light that can enter.

You can almost think of it as condensation forming on the lens of a camera, making it more difficult to get a clear picture.

A person with cataracts may experience the following symptoms - 

  • Cloudy or blurry vision.

  • Lights are too bright and/or give off a glare or a halo.

  • Poor night vision.

  • Multiple (double) vision.

  • Colors seem faded.

  • Increased nearsightedness, increasing the need to change eyeglass prescriptions.

  • Distortion of vision in either eye

Eye cataracts often take a while to form, which is why we associate them with older generations. However, they can develop in those as young as newborns, too. 

COMMON SYMPTOMS

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cloudy blurry vision

Cloudy/ Blurry Vision

Double Vision

Double Vision

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Faded Colors

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Glare / Halo 

Poor Night Vision

Poor Night Vision

CATARACT CURE AT DRISHTI

At Drishti, we have an experience of over 80,000+ cataract surgeries. Our experts have great experience in latest methods of treating cataract like phacoemulsification and SICS to give you the best vision. The advanced IOLs like multifocal corrects distance, intermediate and near vision making in possible to like spectacles free! 

We offer various advanced, cutting edge surgical techniques to treat cataract. Our experienced and highly skilled ophthalmologists will recommend the best suitable options for you. The various offerings at our hospital are –

 

  • Cataract IOL Microsurgery

  • Phaco Surgery (Stitchless Surgery)

  • Foldable Lens Surgery

  • Multifocal Lens Surgery

  • Toric IOL Surgery

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Lens Type
Pros
Cons
Multifocal
Good vision for distance and near without glasses. Problem of glare and haloes at night.
For very fine print a reading aid may still be needed.
Toric
For correcting significant cylindrical power. Sharp Distance vision without glasses.
You will have to wear glasses for near work (reading and computers).
Monofocal
Good vision for distance without glasses. The Aspheric monofocal lens gives you better contrast especially in dim light conditions, and less glare and halos.
You will have to wear glasses for near work (reading and computers).
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