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Cataract Surgery in London

Statistics show that nearly 400,000 cataract surgery cases are handled every year in England alone. This is the most common elective surgical procedure in the UK, and is associated with improvements in quality of life, visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, depth perception, activity and even helps with anxiety, depression, visual disability, confidence, disability and a reduction in falls.

What is a cataract?

Our eyes are like a camera that has a lens in the middle that allows light to be focused on the back of our eyes.

A Cataract is the clouding of this natural lens, which affects the passage of light and causes a change in vision.

Early cataracts only change the quality of vision; it may not change how far we can see with symptoms like night glare when a patient may feel that they do not want to drive at night anymore or sees scattered light in daylight. A dense cataract can cause poor vision and is one of the leading causes of blindness in the world.

Cataract problems can be easily solved through surgery to remove the cloudy lens and replace it with a synthetic lens. The surgery is very common and is usually a short and safe procedure performed on an outpatient basis.

At Optimal Vision, our experienced surgeons with their vast knowledge of refractive laser surgery not only treat your cataract but also adjust your prescription according to your requirement which will reduce your spectacle dependency and you may even choose to be glasses-free after your cataract surgery depending on your choice of implant. Your surgeon will discuss these options during your consultation with more details

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What are the benefits of cataract surgery?

It will improve your vision and many can stop wearing glasses or contact lenses depending on their choice of implant.

Is there any alternative to cataract surgery?

Cataracts can only be removed surgically, at the early stage of cataract formation glasses may improve your vision to some extent although they will need to be updated frequently as the cataract develops. When the cataract is fully mature, no other alternative, other than removal will improve vision.

What does the surgical procedure involve?

Your eye surgeon will take you through a series of extensive measurements and test in order to evaluate your vision and eyes before the surgery. Our team will also have a look at your medical history, any medical conditions you may be suffering from and any other problems you have related to your vision. These tests and measurements will help us to decide the option when it comes to cataract surgery.

You’ll be under the effect of local anaesthesia during the operation. The surgical procedure will take about 20 minutes after which you can go home if you feel comfortable, however we recommend you to be accompanied by a friend or family member.

During the cataract surgery procedure, with the help of laser and modern technology including ultrasound, the doctor removes the cataract and replace it with another lens. This procedure is performed through a small incision of 2 to 3 millimetres only and it is absolutely painless.

What is the recovery procedure from cataract surgery?

You’ll be discharged from the clinic within a few hours of the surgery but it’s important to rest for the following 2 or 3 days. The period of one month after your cataract surgery is crucial. During this time you should follow your surgeon’s advice, which is usually to use eye drops and take sufficient rest. Patients are usually told to wear an eye patch or dressing, especially at night, to prevent rubbing the eye in their sleep.

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Why choose us

Optimal Vision is dedicated to providing top-class, personalised ophthalmic or vision-related healthcare. We have some of the most competent eye doctors in our team. and highly skilled support staffs to ensure a warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere at the clinic.

We use the latest medical technology and our success rate for cataract surgery is high. Many of our patients come to us as referrals from their family and friends. We are centrally located in Harley Street in the Marylebone area of London, making to us very easy.

At Optimal Vision, our experienced surgeons use their knowledge of refractive laser surgery not only treat cataracts but also to adjust a prescription according to your need. That will reduce your spectacle dependence and you can even choose to be glasses-free after your cataract surgery depending on your choices of the implant. Your surgeons will discuss the options with you, in more details

Cataract surgery cost

At Optimal Vision, we maintain a patient-centric approach. Our mission is to cure your vision-related conditions using the latest technology, at an affordable cost. Our packages which include your aftercare and eye drops starts from £1,450 per eye although the exact cost of your cataract surgery will depend on your condition and the type of lens implants you choose

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It’s relevant to mention here that we allow patients to break down their total treatment cost for cataract surgery into easy monthly instalments.

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Cataract Surgery: All You Need To Do

Cataract surgery is an intensive treatment procedure that can yield a significant impact on your overall well-being.

It’s a well-known treatment carried out in most developed countries across the world especially in the UK Optimal Vision located in London is known for performing a substantial number of this treatment in most parts of the country according to recent statistics.

Cataracts are relatively small cloudings which develop around your eye’s lens, reducing your ability to see clearly. It is very necessary to contact us at Optimal Vision whenever you want to undergo this procedure, and you’ll find that we present various notable choices that are suitable for you, using premium lenses, to ensure that you live comfortably.

Get in touch with us immediately at Optimal Vision, London whenever you need cataract treatment. After you must have attended your free medical checkup, you get to choose the particular date of your satisfaction to undergo the surgery, so that you can get back to enjoying your sight and living healthy.

What Types Of Cataract Surgery Are In Place?

The highest performing cataract treatment is changing your lens. This is done by detaching the faulty lens and substituting with a new synthetic lens to normalise your sight. At Optimal Vision, London we provide a wide variety of assistance to our patients in case there is a need for further consultation to normalise your sight to the proper requirement expected after the surgery.

How Does Cataract Surgery Work?

Cataract surgery involves substituting your frosty natural lens with a new synthetic one, making it less difficult for you to see. This premium lens can as well ensure that other sight impairments such as long-sightedness and short-sightedness are corrected thereby improving your ability to read. It's a minor treatment procedure that has produced outstanding results.

Below is a list of the processes involved when carrying out this surgical procedure,

Step 1:

At Optimal Vision, our highly trained optometrist will first conduct a routine treatment to ascertain the current health condition of your eye, also checking your level of sight with and without glasses. You will also be given eye drops to relax your eye for the surgery to be conducted.

Step 2:

Our surgeon will slowly and carefully puncture a small hole on the surface of your eye to reach your natural lens easily. Then go ahead to discard gently, every material contained in the natural lens bag before installing the new synthetic lens.

Step 3:

Endeavour to make preparations beforehand to be transported back to your home immediately after the surgery, as you will find it difficult to drive yourself since your vision is still in the healing process. You must relax at your home after the procedure, and you might as well make an appointment to have another cataract treatment if need be.

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What Are The Benefits Of Cataract Surgery?

Cataract surgery will ensure that your eyesight is normalised within the space of minutes. Immediately after undergoing the surgery, your eyesight will be restored completely, making it possible for you to see clearly when reading, driving or to see the expression on the faces of your loved ones without any interference to your sight, making you live comfortably.

Aftercare And Recovery

At Optimal Vision, London, we offer an essential aftercare session which resumes on the particular day of undergoing the surgery, suited to your utmost satisfaction. Our team of highly trained professionals will monitor your health status to prevent any impediment from interfering with your healing process. We also have special platforms whereby our medical professionals are readily available to attend to you whenever you require any assistance or guidelines regarding this cataract treatment procedure.

How much does the cataract surgery cost?

Cataract surgery is a very outstanding treatment that has yielded positive results. Although it might incur a lucrative amount of money, it provides you with a long-lasting and incredible solution. At Optimal Vision, we also provide our patients with various alternative modes of payment and finance packages, to ensure that the cataract treatment is affordable for every individual that needs it.

Is cataract surgery safe?

Cataract surgery is listed among the very few surgical treatments that are conducted in various places across the world with zero reported cases of negative incidence arising after undergoing the process; thus ranking it among the safest treatment procedures to be performed. At Optimal Vision located in London, our team of expert medical professionals will provide you with the quality treatment of 100% safety, making sure that you’re well taken care of.

Types of Cataract Surgery

A cataract is a common eye condition. It is caused by a gradual and painless clouding of the eye lens. This clouding blocks light from entering the eye and makes it difficult to see things depending on its location and size. If left untreated, it could lead to total blindness. The condition is often seen in older people usually over 55 years, but it occasionally affects infants (congenital cataracts) and younger people as a result of an illness or injury. Cataract progresses slowly over time and requires surgery to remove the clouded lens.

How Does Cataract Affect Vision?

Cataracts mostly affect both eyes, but one eye usually has worse vision than the other. In a normal eye, when light enters the eyes, it passes through the lens, which focuses on the retina to relay the message to the brain through the optic nerves. Eyes that are affected with cataract have a cloudy lens that makes any image seen look blurry.

Symptoms of Cataract

Early and most common symptoms of cataract include:

  • Blurry vision- vision may be cloudy, filmy or foggy.
  • Glare- difficulty in seeing in bright light
  • Difficulty in reading
  • Diplopia is also known as double vision
  • Colour changes- some colours may look faded
  • Second sight- cataract may temporarily improve the ability to see things close-up, but as the condition worsens, the vision gets worst.

During the early stages of cataract, vision can be managed by periodic changing of reading glasses or using prescribed contact lenses, but as the cataract progresses, only surgery can be done to remove it since there is currently no treatment to prevent its development.

Causes Of Cataract

Currently, there are no known causes of cataract, but it has been established that the risk of getting cataract increases with age. Some factors are considered to contribute to its development. They include:

  • Smoking
  • Eye injury
  • Excess alcohol intake
  • Diabetes
  • Prolonged exposure to sunlight, ultraviolet light, and radiation
  • Excessive use of corticosteroids.

When Is Cataract Surgery Needed?

It is possible to live with cataract for years and not need surgery, but when your vision has degenerated to a point where you can no longer safely and efficiently carry out daily activities like driving, reading, watching television or effectively doing your job, you should consider getting a cataract surgery done.

Your optometrist may help you decide on when is the right time to do the surgery and do a thorough eye examination for you. They will also advise you on the benefits and risk of cataract surgery. If you decide to do the surgery, your optometrist will help you find a good cataract surgeon and provide follow-up care as the eye healed.

Diagnosis Of Cataracts

A cataract is diagnosed during an eye examination. Your doctor will examine your eyes with a slit lamp microscope. The lens and other parts of the eye will be checked for any problems

Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is a procedure which involves removing the natural cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial one.  These artificial lenses can also be used to correct myopia, astigmatism, and hyperopia. If the cataract affected both eyes, the surgery would be done on one eye at a time. The first eye will have to heal before the second will be operated on.

Cataract surgery is a very common surgical procedure. The surgery is safe and done on an outpatient basis and takes less than an hour to be completed. Most times, local anaesthesia is used, and the patient may be awake during the surgery. An eye patch is required after the surgery.

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Types Of Cataract Surgery in London

There are two main types of cataract surgery- phacoemulsification and extracapsular surgery.

  • Phacoemulsification

It is also called ‘phaco’ or ‘ultrasonics’ and the most common type of cataract surgery. It takes about 30 minutes to be completed and requires local anaesthesia injected around the eye.

During this procedure, the surgeon makes a small incision around the edge of the cornea creating an opening through the membrane surrounding the lens. Then the surgeon inserts a small ultrasonic probe into the opening to break up the cloudy lens into tiny parts using sound waves which acts as a microscopic jacket. An attachment is added to the probe to help remove the broken cataract fragment.

Once the fragment of the lens has been removed, an intraocular lens implant (IOL) is implanted in the natural lens capsule through the tiny corneal incision using a hollowed-out tube.

  • Extracapsular cataract surgery

This procedure is usually used when the cataract is highly advanced and is too dense to be removed by phacoemulsification (dissolving or breaking down cataracts into tiny fragments before removal), or other health complications may arise when phacoemulsification is used. The anaesthesia used is administered through an injection around the eye.

In extracapsular cataract surgery, a slightly larger incision is made so that the cataract can be removed in one piece. Just like in phacoemulsification, when the cataract is removed, an intraocular lens is implanted.

There are three major types of intraocular lenses, and the type that will be used is dependent on the patient’s need. They include:

  1. Monofocal lenses

They are the most commonly used lens. They come to power in all areas of the lens. They can be fixed or have an accommodating focus.

Fixed focus monofocal lens: they provide excellent vision from a distance but reading glasses will be needed since the lens have a focus set only for far distance vision.

Accommodating monofocal lens: they are a new type of IOL and can focus both far and near distances so no need for reading glasses. The lens has a single focusing power but can adjust to focus both distance and close objects by physically moving the eye in response to the focusing action of the muscle. 

  1. Astigmatic or toric lenses

These lenses have a correction for astigmatism in them and can be used by patients who want to reduce astigmatism.

  1. Multifocal lenses

They are similar to bifocal eyeglasses. The lens has different powers in different areas. It can focus near, intermediate, and far objects; however, they are not suitable for everyone. They cause problems with night vision and glare in some people.

Other types of cataract surgery that are available include femtosecond laser-assisted surgery, intracapsular cataract extraction, and manual small incision cataract surgery. These types of cataract surgery are less common because of the risks associated with them.

After Cataract Surgery

Normally, you can go home right after the surgery, but you would need someone to take you home because you would not be able to drive. There are few things to expect after the surgery which are normal. They include

  • Itching and mild discomfort in the eye
  • Temporary discharge of fluid from the eye
  • Sensitivity to light

You should also avoid rubbing or pressing the eyes, lifting any heavy thing, and bending from the waist down to pick up anything.

Your doctor may prescribe medication to control the pressure in the eye and prevent any infection. Your doctor may also recommend that you wear an eye shield or protective glasses.

After a few days, the eye would be comfortable, but complete healing takes about eight weeks. Your optometrist and the surgeon who carried out your surgery will both manage the follow-up care. Usually, the follow-up sessions are a day after the surgery, 1 week after, 3-4 weeks, 6-8 weeks, and 6 months after the surgery. 

Risks Of Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is usually safe and successful. A few complications may arise, but this happens rarely. These complications include

  • Infection or inflammation of the eye
  • Eye pressure change
  • Bleeding in the eye
  • Drooping eyelid
  • Accumulation of fluid in the retina
  • Swelling of the cornea
  • Retinal detachment

However, these complications can be treated if noticed early. There may also be a chance that the IOL will become cloudy after some years, but it can be treated with laser.

Cataract surgery can also contribute to the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Although cataract surgery is very common, it is always wise to avoid things that would increase the chances of developing cataracts.

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Process Of Cataract Surgery And What You Should Expect

After age 50, most patients are usually acquainted with cataract. Well, this is usually because most cataracts are associated with the ageing process. When this occurs, there is a clouding of the lens inside the eye, which may lead to vision loss that can be barely corrected with the help of glasses, corneal refractive or contact lenses.

Regardless of how scary this may sound; modern cataract surgery is one of the most effective and safest surgical procedures performed today which have proven effective in restoring vision that has been lost to cataracts.

Cataract Surgery Basics

During the treatment procedure, your damaged lens is removed, and a premium lens is placed into the eyes to make the vision clearer and sharper. This lens is specifically designed to correct both near and distance vision.

The newly affixed lens corrects vision problems such as long-sightedness, astigmatism presbyopia and short-sightedness.  If necessary, it can also be designed so that it corrects both distance and near vision.

What You Should Expect Before Your Surgery

A week or two before your treatment date, your doctor will conduct some tests to measure the shape and size of the eye. With this, possible decisions regarding the best artificial lens for you is made.

More so, during this process, possible recommendations and advice regarding what to eat and what not to eat are provided.

What You Should Expect During Your Visit — The Nitty-Gritties

  • Detailed measurement of your eyes: Upon arrival at your treatment clinic, you will be welcomed by your surgeon, after which the surgery team will take a detailed measurement of your eyes, using modern technology. This is usually carried out to ensure that the measurements provided are concise. More so, from this, your doctor can make a concise decision regarding the best lens that will most likely suit your eye condition.
  • Optometrist assessment: During this process, your optometrist will record your vision with and without eyeglasses or lens. The general assessment of your eye health is made, while eye drops are administered to ensure the eyes are comfortable during surgical procedures.
  • Anaesthetist: after the assessment, a local anaesthetic is administered to ensure that you are comfortable. Sometimes, light sedation can also be given to the patient to ensure that they are relaxed during the surgical process.

What To Expect During Your Treatment Procedure

After sedatives and anaesthetic have been administered to make the patient feel relaxed, the following process ensues:

  • An opening on the surface of the eye: Your doctor or surgeon will gently and carefully create a small opening on the surface of the eye. This process is often carried out to give your surgeon easy access to your natural lens.
  • Exchange of lens: after a small opening has been made, the content of the natural lens bag is carefully extracted before the synthetic lens is placed.
  • Protection: Finally, your doctor or surgeon will apply eye drops to protect the eyes, while directions on how to use them are provided. After this process, the eyes will be covered with a bandage to help protect them from any mishaps, while hastening the recovery process as well.

What To Expect After Your Surgical Procedure

Generally, you may experience a slight sensation in your eyes after the surgical procedure, which of course is quite normal. However, be careful not to rub your eyes, as this may result in other complications. Nevertheless, your doctor will prescribe the right medication that will effectively manage this condition.

During the first few months after your surgery, you are also expected to attend regular checkups as directed by your doctor and surgeon, to ensure your eyes are healthy.

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Cataract Surgery After-Care Treatment

For every cataract patient undergoing the surgery, one of the biggest challenges often faced is the aftermath effect, as well as the aftercare process of this surgical procedure. If you are undergoing this surgical process, and you are a bit perplexed regarding what to expect after the treatment procedure, then this article is designed just for you.

After Cataract Surgery, What You Should Know

Your cataract surgery recovery should be completely short and uneventful, as long as you have been following your optometrist’s instructions, accompanied with a routine visit to your eye doctor

At Optimal Vision, every patient’s treatment doesn't end with the surgery itself. And with this effect, we deem it fit that all our patients are completely satisfied with the level of attention and care we commit before, during and after their surgical procedure. Our aftercare programmes are effective and customised to meet each patient’s needs. This, we believe is paramount to ensure quick recovery after the surgical procedure

After the surgical procedure on both eyes, which is often conducted on separate days — it is important to avoid strenuous activities which may affect the eyes negatively. A patient may experience some level of discomfort, this may only occur for a short while, as your surgeon will provide you with suitable medications that are generally known to ease the pain and discomfort.

After your surgery, your vision may appear blurry at first but improves within a few days. Colours may seem brighter as well since you are looking through a new lens.

You are also expected to see your eye doctor usually a day or two after your surgical procedures, the following week, then month after month. This will help monitor the healing process, as well as to avoid any possible complications after the treatment process. You may feel the natural urge to rub your eyes often — it is recommended that you avoid rubbing or pushing your eye. Eye drops and some other medications to ease this feeling may be administered either through injection or some over the counter drugs. However, after some days, most of the discomfort should disappear

You should contact your doctor immediately if you noticed any of the following

  • Loss of vision
  • Increased redness of the eye
  • Severe pain in the eye
  • Light flashes
  • Swelling of the eyelid

How To Get The Best Cataract Recovery, After the Surgical Process

For a safe and speedy recovery process, you can follow these simple tips:

  • Avoid any strenuous activity for a few weeks after the surgical process.
  • Avoid rigorous activity and heavy lifting.
  • Stay away from dusty areas.
  • Avoid straining or exposing the eyes to irritants such as dirt, and pollen after the first few weeks of the surgery.
  • Avoid rubbing your eye to avoid developing some nasty infections. This will, at the same time worsen your eye condition rather than increasing your recovery process.
  • It is also ideal to avoid swimming for one or two weeks after your surgical procedure.

Still, perplexed?

Here are quick answers to most of our frequently asked questions

Question: Do I need to take any medications after my surgery?

Yes! After your surgery, your surgeon will diagnose antibiotic and anti-inflammatory drugs that are known to ease the pain as well as ensure a quick recovery.

Question: When can I start noticing results after my surgery?

This may vary. However, while some of our patients may start noticing an improvement within 24 hours after treatment, some patients may see an improvement within two weeks of treatment.

Question: Do I need further treatments?

In some cases, cataract patients may require further treatment a few months or years after cataract surgery. This is usually dependent on several factors, including the severity of your condition. However, speak to your doctor for more advice or recommendations.

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Frequently Asked Questions About The Cataract Surgery

Just like it is with every other treatment procedures, it is only natural to have questions. Find the answers to most of our frequently asked questions below

Cataracts occur when there is a cloudiness of the eyes natural lens which is normally known to lie between the front and back areas of the eye.

Although most cataracts are known to develop over time slowly among people who are above 50 years of age, infants and younger patients may also have congenital cataracts, and this is only known to occur in rare cases.

Cataract surgery simply involves removing your cloudy natural lens and replacing it with a premium synthetic lens. This lens is specifically designed to improve your vision so that you rely less on glasses and contact lenses

No! Since synthetic lens sits within the eye, rather than on the surface as it is with contact lenses, you won't feel the synthetic lens in the eye.

You should only go for your cataract surgery when your cataracts start affecting your everyday vision. In other words, if you have trouble driving, reading, and watching TV, then it is high time you spoke to your eye doctor.

There are no clear or concise ways to prevent cataract, as they are simply part of the ageing process and are caused by the natural build-up of protein in your eye's lens. Thanks to cataract surgery, they can be treated with little or no risk and can be controlled if done with the right eye care provider.

Just like it is with every other surgery, they usually come with some level of risk. However, they are the most commonly performed surgical procedure in London and the United States. Choosing a surgeon with proven years of experience will help to reduce this risk to the barest minimum.

 Some of the risks of cataract surgeries may include infection of the eye, inflammation, glaucoma, swelling and redness of the eyes, secondary cataract, or loss of vision.

The short answer is no. However, you can manage the early symptoms of cataract with the help of your doctor recommendations and prescription until it is time to have your surgery.

In most cases, patients should be able to return to their usual activities after 3 days. Nevertheless, since every patient is unique and different, we make use of how severe our patient’s condition may be in making recommendations. Hence, your surgeon should be able to provide you with the best recommendation suitable for you.

Like earlier stated, you can expect your vision to start improving within a few days of your surgery.

Nevertheless, it may take a longer time for your vision to absolutely return to normal. However, if you wear glasses as a result of astigmatism, and don’t choose a lens that generally corrects cataracts and astigmatism; you will still need to wear the glasses after your surgical procedure. The same applies to other vision problems or conditions. Make sure you speak to your surgeon on what you should expect after your surgery.

The cost of a cataract lens surgery will strictly depend on some factors, including where you live, your choice of doctor, prescription and your choice of lens. You should be able to have a clear overview of your surgical cost after an initial consultation with your doctor.

Depending on your needs and what you want to achieve, you can talk to your eye doctor about advanced technology lenses that can be used to correct cataracts and other vision issues like astigmatism and presbyopia

Your choice of lens can make a lot of difference to your vision after surgery. If you have astigmatism for example, then advanced-technology lenses that are effective in correcting both your astigmatism and cataract may be your best shot. For some other cases where the patient may have difficulty seeing things close due to presbyopia, there are also lenses available to help you ease this eye condition, without having to depend on reading glasses.

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A relatively large number of cataract surgeries numbering around 32 million have been deemed likely to occur across the world annually before the year 2020 — this is according to the World Health Organisation.

Cataracts require minor treatment, and due to the presence of highly trained surgeons and modern equipment at our disposal, we can assist a large number of individuals in treating this problem.

To discover if you are qualified to undergo this surgical procedure, get in touch with us at Optimal Vision located in London. Our team of professionals will be on hand to perform various tests to ascertain the right treatment plan for you.

The correct answer is any individual who shows signs of possessing cataracts. The high number of people who show signs of having cataracts are the ones recommended to undergo cataract surgery. Know that your optometrist will record your age, your current health condition, diagnosis and other vital information to ascertain if you’re qualified to undergo the surgery.

The truth is that you’ll experience minor pains. Although you will be conscious all through the time the procedure is being conducted, you will be administered an anaesthetic to help you relax while the surgery procedure is being carried out. When the anaesthetic begins to leave your system, you may start experiencing some pains, which can be reduced by taking painkillers.

The correct answer is yes. Cataract surgery is also recommended for patients having long-sightedness (hyperopia).

The correct answer is yes. Your synthetic lens will effectively take care of any problems interfering with your sight, including long-sightedness and short-sightedness.

The correct answer is yes. Cataracts are predominantly found in individuals who possess certain health conditions, as well as diabetes.

The correct answer is yes. Premium synthetic lenses can be provided for individuals having average to increased astigmatism. They'll make you see clearly, so that there will be no need for spectacles in case you want to see far, but you may require the spectacles when reading.

The number of individuals that don’t require this surgery is few. Most patients are expected to undergo this cataract surgery. Although in any situation in which it is not an eligible option for you, our highly trained medical optometrist at Optimal Vision, London will provide you with the most advisable option to solve your problem effectively.

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