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What is Cataract Surgery?

Cataract Surgery is a medical procedure that helps to remove and replace the natural eye lens with an artificial lens. Cataract Surgery is a safe and common procedure that helps in treating cataract. A Cataract is a condition where the lens becomes cloudy and leads to either blurred or double vision, trouble seeing at night, and increased glare of lights. There are three types of Cataract surgery and they are:

  1. Extracapsular surgery
  2. Phacoemulsification
  3. Intracapsular cataract surgery

What are the uses of Cataract Surgery?

Following are the uses of Cataract Surgery:

  1. Safe and painless procedure
  2. High success rates
  3. Clearer vision

In what conditions Cataract Surgery is indicated?

Indications of Cataract Surgery are the following:

  1. Blurred vision
  2. Less sharp colors
  3. Poor night-time vision
  4. Halos and starbursts when looking at bright lights

How a patient should prepare for Cataract Surgery?

Few of the following are the steps that the patient need to follow before undergoing the surgery:

  1. The patient needs to stop using any soft contact lenses for at least a week prior to the surgery.
  2. Should discuss all the risks, complications, and benefits of cataract Surgery With the doctor.
  3. Avoid applying any creams or makeup on surgery day.
  4. Patient should undergo a few lab tests suggested by the doctor.

How Cataract Surgery is performed?

Cataract Surgery is performed by the following steps:

Method-1: Extracapsular surgery

  1. This method is used to treat advanced cataracts where the lens is too thick.
  2. During this procedure, the cataract (cloudy central section) is slipped out of the lens in one piece without breaking into the pieces through a slit that is made on the side of the cornea.
  3. The rest of the lens is vacuumed out and replaced by the artificial lens.

Method-2: Intracapsular Cataract surgery

  1. In this method, a larger slit than the extracapsular method is made on the side of the cornea by the surgeon.
  2. The eye lens is removed all at once instead of breaking it into pieces and an artificial lens or Intraocular lens (IOL) is placed in the eye.

Method-3: Phacoemulsification

  1. Phacoemulsification is also called small incision cataract surgery and is similar to the extracapsular surgery but in a more advanced way. 
  2. A local anesthetic is given and a small opening is made at the side of the cornea. 
  3. A device breaks the lens into small pieces with the help of ultrasound. 
  4. These pieces are then removed carefully with the help of suction.
  5. This will leave an intact space for the artificial lens to rest.

What can be done after Cataract Surgery?

  1. Avoid going for a swim after the surgery at least for a week.
  2. Do not use lotions, creams, make-up, etc around the operated area.
  3. There should be follow-up visits to the doctor to check the condition of the eye.
  4. Avoid going to crowded places and dusty areas to reduce complications after the surgery.
  5. Use sunglasses to protect the eyes from the sunlight.

Who can perform Cataract Surgery?

Cataract Surgery can be performed by a certified and skilled Ophthalmologist who is well experienced in performing Cataract Surgery.

What is the price of Cataract Surgery in Gurgaon?

Price of Cataract Surgery in Gurgaon may vary due to the following factors:

  1. Doctor fee
  2. Age of the patient
  3. Hospital charges
  4. Type of lens used
  5. Medical condition
  6. Type of surgery planned to be performed
  7. Lab tests recommended

Minimum amount to be paid in Gurgaon starts from Rs.16,000

Average expenses in Gurgaon is approximately Rs.26,925

Maximum charges in Gurgaon rise up to Rs.50,000 

Whether Cataract Surgery a major or minor surgery?

Cataract surgery is a minor surgery, you may leave the hospital on the same day after the surgery.

Who are eligible to undergo Cataract Surgery?

Eligible candidates for Cataract Surgery are:

  1. The significant blurring of the eye lens.
  2. The best correction of visual acuity (visual clarity) is 6/9 or worse
  3. Age of patients equal to or greater than 60 years.
  4. Accidental eye lens damage due to foreign bodies

Who are ineligible to undergo Cataract Surgery?

Ineligible candidates for Cataract Surgery are:

  1. Old age people with diabetes or any other health condition(s)
  2. Pre-existing eye disease (glaucoma or dry eyes)
  3. Pregnancy
  4. Breastfeeding
  5. Medications that may interfere with this surgery (Antidepressants may cause chronic eye dryness)

What can be the complications and risks associated with Cataract Surgery?

Complications and risks associated with Cataract Surgery are:

  1. Infection and bleeding
  2. Displacement of the artificial lens
  3. Drooping and swollen eyelids
  4. Retinal detachment
  5. Secondary cataract
  6. Glaucoma
  7. Loss of vision

How long does Cataract Surgery take to complete?

Cataract Surgery may take about around 5-15 minutes to complete. 

How much time does a patient take to recover from Cataract Surgery?

The complete Cataract Surgery may take around 5-15 minutes. 

What is the success rate of Cataract Surgery?

Success rate of Cataract Surgery is determined by factors such as:

  1. Patient age
  2. Health condition of the patient
  3. Type of surgery performed.

However, the success rate of Cataract Surgery maybe 96-98%.

Does Cataract Surgery cause pain?

Every surgery comes with a certain level of pain and some discomfort. The patient won't be experiencing any pain during this process as the patient will be under general anesthesia. There may be some discomfort after the procedure.

Is Cataract Surgery a permanent procedure/surgery?

Cataract surgery is a permanent surgery as it involves the removal of the natural lens and replacing it with an artificial lens. In some cases, certain aspects of the surgery are redone like repositioning the artificial lens, etc.

What are the long-term results of Cataract Surgery?

  1. Improvement in the vision
  2. Reduces the appearance of halos around light

What are the alternatives for Cataract Surgery?

The following are the alternatives for Cataract Surgery:

  1. Lifestyle changes
  2. Vision correction
  3. Eye drops
  4. Use of contact lenses, glasses, bifocals, other visual aids, etc.