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Advanced Cataract Surgery in Gwalior

A cloudy that develops in the front part of the eye is known as a cataract or Motiyanbind. There are mainly three types of treatment procedures for cataracts.



The human crystalline lens, which is clear and transparent, is part of the focusing mechanism of the eye. With the age, the lens becomes cloudy and opaque, thereby hampering normal vision. Any opacity in the crystalline lens which leads to decreased vision is called “CATARACT or “SAFED MOTIA” Cataract should be removed as soon as it begins to affect daily activities. With any of the mentioned symptoms setting in, it is the right time to go for cataract removal.

DO NOT WAIT FOR THE CATARACT TO GET MATURE as unnecessary delay can lead to unavoidable complications and will make surgery more difficult. Cataract surgery can be undertaken successfully in any season. Summers or rainy seasons have absolutely no effect on the outcome of the cataract surgery



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Treatment options for Cataract Surgery are the only course of treatment for cataracts. There are options available for cataract surgery:

  1. Conventional Cataract surgery or Extra Cataract Extraction (ECCE) Requires an incision of 10 – 12 mm The cloudy eye lens is removed in one piece A hard plastic lens is implanted Multiple Stitches are required Final glass prescription could take even up to 10 weeks
  2. Small Incision Cataract Surgery (SICS) Requires a small incision of 3 – 4 mm Cataract is removed manually and foldable IOL is implanted No stitches Heals fast
  3. Micro-incision Cataract surgery (PHACOEMULSIFICATION) Requires a very small incision of about 2 mm Cataract Extraction with Phacoemulsification and foldable lens implant Walk-in Walk-out procedure Stitchless, bloodless, painless surgery
  4. Femto Laser-assisted Cataract Surgery (World’s latest and advanced surgical technique to date) Incision made by Femto Second Laser Machine Bladeless, Bloodless More precise Cataract Extraction with Phacoemulsification and foldable lens implant Walk-in Walk-out procedure Advantages of Phacoemulsification & Femto Laser-assisted Cataract Surgery Stitchless, painless, no bandage surgery. Drops of local anesthesia agents were used (for soft cataracts) instead of an injection in the eye, thus leading to walk – in walk – out procedure. Minimum curvature changes occur in the eye following surgery The wound is very secure after surgery. Post Surgery, the wound is very secure. Early visual rehabilitation for the patient.


Treatment options for Cataract Surgery are the only course of treatment for cataracts. There are options available for cataract surgery:


  1. Robotics Cataract Surgery: A femtosecond laser machine is docked on to the eye in Robotic Cataract Surgery, and images of the eye are captured by an imaging system attached to it. The cornea is incised, the lens capsule is opened, and the lens is disintegrated using robotics. However, the procedure takes less than five minutes.
  2. Femto Laser Cataract Surgery:  FLACS, or Femto Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery, substitutes several of the blade-required processes in cataract surgery and softens the cataract, making removal easier and smoother. Furthermore, when compared to manual, hand-made incisions, the laser corrects minor astigmatism by relaxing the cornea at a particular depth, length, and orientation in a more accurate and effective manner. It can also enhance the quality and range of near vision in extended range lens implants by eliminating some visual aberrations and expanding the visual range of astigmatism-correcting lens implants.
  3. Micro-Incision Cataract Surgery: Microincision cataract surgery (MICS) is a type of cataract surgery that uses a small incision (less than 1.8 mm) to reduce surgical invasiveness while also enhancing surgical outcomes. The control and avoidance of medically induced corneal astigmatism, as well as the reduction of postoperative corneal aberrations, are the key confirmed advantages of MICS. MICS has been shown to be a less traumatic surgery than traditional tiny incision phacoemulsification, with improved postoperative outcomes.

What Exactly Is An IOL?

During cataract surgery, an Intraocular Lens (IOL) is a replacement lens that is surgically placed in the eye to replace the natural clouded lens.

Types of IOL:

Treatment options for Cataract Surgery are the only course of treatment for cataracts. There are options available for cataract surgery:

  1. Mono-Focal IOL: A mono-focal IOL has only one focus point, which is usually distance vision. Standard IOLs will almost always require glasses for close activities such as reading. If your mono-focal IOLs are focused on near vision, on the other hand, you will need glasses to view distant objects.
  2. Toric IOL: Your eye is shaped more like an egg than a round ball if you have astigmatism. The fuzzy vision is caused by the irregular shape. Astigmatism affects 20% of cataract patients, requiring them to wear cylindrical powered glasses after cataract surgery with mono-focal lenses. The toric lens is a type of single vision cataract lens that incorporates astigmatism correction inside the lens implant. A toric lens would be a perfect choice for you if you enjoy the idea of a single-vision intraocular lens but have astigmatism. A toric lens, which corrects astigmatism within the eye, corrects your vision better than a pair of glasses that sit distant from your face.
  3. Multifocal IOL: A multi-focal IOL comprises numerous zones that focus light at a variety of distances, allowing you to see a continuous range of vision without glasses, as opposed to a monofocal IOL, which focuses at only one distance. As a result, close-up and far-away objects have exceptional visual acuity. Without glasses, many patients report being able to read the small print and see distances. However, this lens can form rings or halos around bright lights, making it difficult to see in low-light circumstances like night driving. The majority of people adjust to this impact over several months.
  4. Trifocal: Eyeglasses featuring three areas that adjust for far, intermediate, and near vision are known as trifocals. In 1827, John Isaac Hawkins invented the trifocal lens. People with advanced presbyopia who have been given 2 diopters or more of reading addition typically use trifocals.
  5. EDOF: Extended-depth-of-focus (EDOF) is a new intraocular lens (IOL) technology for the treatment of presbyopia. To improve depth of focus, EDOF lenses, unlike multifocal (MF) IOLs, give a single expanded focal point rather than many foci. EDOF IOLs are designed to minimise photic phenomena, glare, and halos that have been observed with MF IOLs. A potential downside is a deterioration in retinal picture quality if the amount of aberrations is significantly increased.
  6. Aspheric IOL: Traditional IOLs are spherical, with a uniformly curved front surface. In the periphery, aspheric IOLs are slightly flatter. The                 purpose of these lenses is to eliminate spherical aberrations and improve contrast sensitivity.
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