The most prevalent condition known to humankind is cataract. The most prevalent type of surgery worldwide is cataract surgery.
Actually, a cataract is an eye condition brought on by ageing rather than a disease.
The lens inside the eye works similarly to a lens in a camera to focus items. When we are young, the lens is a clear, glass-like structure, but as we get older, it becomes opaque, impairing our vision. The cataract is this.
The typical age at which a person develops a cataract is between 60 and 75.
Even early or later cataract development is possible, though.
Modern medical technology has transformed cataract surgery into a day-care procedure with an average operation time of 6 to 7 minutes and no need for injections or stitches. After then, normal vision returns without the need for eye patches or dark glasses. Within a day or two following the surgery, routine activities including driving, cooking, and watching TV can be resumed.
Modern technologies and skilled surgeons at Uma Eye Clinic help the surgery's success. Surgery is carried out with a high degree of precision, producing exceptional results, thanks to equipment like the iTrace, IOL Master 700, image guided surgeries (Callisto Eye), and Robotic laser.
With the most cutting-edge Robotic laser system, Uma Eye Clinic was one of the first to do Robotic laser cataract surgery (Catalys). When procedures are carried out using a robotic laser system (Catalys), they are more gentle on the eye and produce great results with a better degree of precision and accuracy.
Aspheric IOL, Multifocal IOL, Trifocal IOL, and EDOF IOL are just a few of the high-end intraocular lenses we provide at Uma Eye Clinic.
All patients undergoing cataract surgery at Uma Eye Clinic will be operated on using the Zeiss ARTEVO 800, which provides the surgeon with excellent visualization, making the surgery safer & precise