Are You Looking for Cataract Treatment or Cataract Surgery in Lucknow?
If Yes, than you are at the best place for Cataract Treatment and Cataract Surgery in Lucknow.
Cataract is commonly known as “Motiyabind”. Vinayak Netralaya is well known Eye Hospital for successful Motiyabind Surgery at Affordable Surgery Cost in Aliganj Lucknow Uttar Pradesh.
As age progresses transparency of the lens diminishes and vision starts becoming cloudy, the quality of your vision deteriorates, object become hazy, blurry and less colorful.
If such symptoms occur immediately consult an Eye Specialist Near you in Lucknow for Cataract Treatment.
Dr. Ajay Prakash Director of the Vinayak Netralaya Lucknow is the Best Cataract Surgeon in Lucknow and successfully done thousands of Motiyabind Surgery.
Get in touch with the Best Cataract Surgeon at Low Cataract Surgery Cost in Lucknow.
Cataract Surgery Cost depends on various things but the average Cataract Surgery Cost (Motiyabind Surgery Cost) in Lucknow at Vinayak Eye Hospital for Per Eye is 17,000-80,000 INR.
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Frequently Asked Question About Cataract (Motiyabind).
A cataract is decrease in vision created by clouding or opacity in the natural eye-lens’. The cause of this clouding/opacity is not clearly understood, but most cataracts are caused by changes in the protein structures within the lens. In a normal eye, light passes through the transparent lens to the retina. Once it reaches the retina, light is changed into nerve signals that are sent to the brain.The lens must be clear for the retina to receive a sharp image. If the lens is cloudy from a cataract, the image you see will be blurred.
- Vision seems like seeing through the cloud
- Unable to see well with the old spectacles
- Bright colors appear dull
- Glare at night time
- Sharp images appear blurred
- Light sensitivity from car lights at night
- “Second sight” in which the near vision becomes possible again without glasses for near
- Frequent changes of glasses
- Most common cause is aging
- Health problems like diabetes
- Medications such as steroids
- Inherited or developmental problems
- Trauma to the eye
The goal of cataract surgery is to replace the clouded lens entirely with a synthetic intraocular lens (IOL) made from silicone or acrylic compounds. Here, the cataract surgeon makes a circular incision around the membrane that encloses the eye’s natural lens. Once the underlying lens is exposed, it is broken into smaller pieces with a laser or an ultrasonic device and sucked out of its place.
Unfortunately, there are no specific guidelines that can prevent cataracts from forming. Still, the cataract changes reduce by limiting your exposure to sunlight, decreasing or discontinuing smoking, and eating a balanced diet.
Cataract is usually a safe surgery. However, as with any surgery, cataract surgery poses risks of infection and bleeding. Before the surgery, your doctor may ask you to temporarily stop taking certain medications that increase the risk of bleeding during surgery. After surgery, you must keep your eye clean, wash your hands before touching your eye, and use the prescribed medications to help minimize the risk of infection. Serious infection, though rare, can result in loss of vision.
Cataract surgery may slightly increase the risk of retinal detachment in certain cases with underlying problems. Other eye disorders, such as high myopia (nearsightedness), can further increase your risk of retinal detachment after cataract surgery. One sign of a retinal detachment is a sudden increase in flashes or floaters in front of the eyes. A retinal detachment is a medical emergency. Early treatment for retinal detachment may prevent permanent loss of vision.
- Phacoemulsification Technique
- Advanced Phaco (CO-MICS) with Implantation of Trifocal