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The lens inside your eye can become cloudy and hard, a condition known as a cataract. Cataracts may cause blurred vision, dulled vision, and a change in spectacle prescription, sensitivity to light and glare, and/or ghost images.
Surgery is the only way to treat a cataract. If you don’t have surgery, your vision loss from the cataract will continue to get worse, but your eye will not usually come to any harm. The goal of cataract surgery is to correct the decreased vision that was caused by the cataract. During the surgery, the eye surgeon removes the cataract and puts in a new artificial lens called an intraocular lens (IOL).
I perform the surgery through a micro-incision. The incision is so small that it does not need any suturing. The cataract is removed with one of the most advance systems currently available
The lens implant power is calculated prior to the surgery by means of advance diagnostic tests. Each Person is unique, and the lens selected for you, will depend upon your requirements, lifestyle and the unique features of your eye. Lenses are available to treat astigmatism (toric lenses), short sightedness, long-sightedness and for those who wish to see in the far distance, middle distance and up close (trifocal lenses).
Laser cataract surgery
Laser cataract surgery is the most recent technological advancement in cataract surgery. In traditional cataract surgery a blade is used to manually create an incision in the corneal and front of the natural lens. The rest of the surgery is done by use of ultrasound energy. In laser cataract surgery a sophisticated laser beam performs the above stages of the surgery. There are only a few surgeons in U.K who are trained and able to use this laser equipment. BMI Ross Hall is the only eye hospital in Scotland which can provide this service.
Intraocular lenses available:
- Monofocal (corrects distance vision)
- monofocal toric (corrects distance vision in patients who also have astigmatism)
- multifocal (corrects all distances and therefore you don’t need to wear any form of glasses after the surgery)
- multifocal toric (corrects all distances for patients who also have astigmatism and therefore you don’t need to wear glasses after the surgery)
To book an appointment please call 0141 303 1460 during working hours or alternatively leave your details and my team will contact you to arrange a suitable appointment.
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I only use highly regarded, most trusted and tested lenses in the market. These are lenses such as Zeiss Trifocal and Alcon Panoptix range of lenses.