Treatment for Cataract

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Image guided cataract surgery

A comprehensive eye care and treatment of patients with conditions that affect vision and ocular health including eye examinations and evaluation and surgical care for cataract.
Cataract and your vision
How does it affect you?

Having cataract means your lens is cloudy and hazy, like the lens in the lower image shown. It is like looking through a foggy or dusty car windshield. Cataract make things appear blurry or overly hazy.

Common Cataract Symptoms

Vision that’s cloudy, blurry, foggy or filmy

Sensitivity to bright sunlight, lamps or headlights

Glare (seeing a halo around lights), especially when you drive at night

Need for brighter light while reading a book

Difficulty seeing at night & having Double vision

Seeing bright colors as faded or yellow instead

Have Cataract removed safely & regain your perfect eyesight

The WHO/NPCB (National Programme for Control of Blindness) survey has shown that there is a backlog of over 22 million blind eyes (12 million blind people) in India, and 80.1% of these are blind due to cataract. Removing a cataract requires surgery. Cataract surgery is recommended when a clouded lens will inhibit your ability to perform certain activities. During the procedure, your cloudy natural lens is removed and replaced with an artificial lens that is clear. Shiv Jyoti Eye Hospital is known for diagnosing and treating the disease with the utmost precision.
Surgical Equipments Designed for
Remarkable Post Operative Results

From restoring patients’ sight – to saving their vision we believe that safety & experience matter in Cataract Treatment. Our outstanding image guided ZEISS CATARACT SUITE includes diagnostic and surgical equipments designed for remarkable post operative results with markerless toric alignment.

Diagnostic
ZEISS IOL MASTER 700:

For many years, the IOLMaster has been the gold standard in optical biometry. It Provides better outcomes with highest precision of IOL selection after cataract surgery.

Surgical

ZEISS OPMI LUMERA I: This equipment has high-quality visualization technology, required during cataract surgery.

ZEISS CALLISTO® eye

Markerless alignment, manual marking steps can be skipped altogether for an efficient and more precise toric IOL alignment with reduced residual astigmatism. It helps you meet your expectations with assistance functions projected directly.

OERTLI OS4

We are the first hospital to introduce this machine in Gujarat. With its innovative developments and first-class quality, Oertli OS4 provides best performance during cataract surgery with least complications.

Modular Ot With Laminar Flow

Two of our operation theaters have laminar flow. The advantage of such an operating room is that it controls the temperature and humidity in the operating room through HEPA filters, thereby reducing the risk of intraoperative infections.

We help you decide the IOL that's best for you

The doctors at Shiv Jyoti Eye Hospital are well versed in the use of premium IOLs following cataract surgery in Ahmedabad and have had the experience of implanting thousands of these lenses. We will be happy to discuss all the options available and help you choose the best choice for your eye health, and visual needs.

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Types of IOLs
  • Monofocal IOLs: With the help of these IOLs you can clearly see distant objects but will require glasses for near (eg. reading, writing)
  • Multifocal IOLs: Such IOLs help you to see distance and near objects clearly. Glasses are not required for such work. You may need minor glasses for working on laptops/computer.
  • Extended Depth Of Focus IOLs: You will be able to see distance, near and intermediate (computer work) clearly.
  • ASTIGMATISM: It is an imperfection in the curvature of your eye that causes blurred distance and near vision. This can be treated with glasses or with TORIC type of IOL implantation during cataract surgery.
Which is the best IOL for you?

Your eye doctor will be able to guide you for the best IOL for you depending upon your day to day activites, whether your eye needs TORIC or NON-TORIC IOLs as well as the condition of your eye. Whether the IOL is monofocal, multifocal or extended depth they are available as toric or non-toric.Hence, always consult your ophthalmologist before finalizing your IOL.

Lifestyle and priorities

In case you have a very active lifestyle that involves a lot of precise focusing outdoors, like in sports, you may compromise your near vision but not your distance vision. If you travel a lot, you might prefer to not be dependent on glasses at all, preceding a bit of precision for both near and distance vision. On the other hand, if you enjoy sewing or embroidery, you will want perfect near vision.

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Pre-existing diseases

In case of certain eye diseases like advanced glaucoma, corneal disorders or age-related macular degeneration, you may not be a good candidate for specific lenses, like the multifocal lens. Your eye doctor will perform a comprehensive eye exam and discuss its results and implications with you, to help you choose the best possible lens for your eye.

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