Not all Cataract Operations are the same
It’s a fact that if you live long enough, you will get a cataract. Whilst they are treatable, not all cataract operations are the same.
The basic cataract surgery available on the NHS involves removing the cataract and inserting an intraocular lens to restore focus and quality of vision, albeit with limited success – Most patients after basic cataract surgery need to use spectacles all the time.
On the other hand, our Advanced Refractive Cataract Surgery restores the best possible quality of vision without glasses or contact lenses. It is not uncommon to see patients in their 80s seeing better than they have ever seen in their lives!
We start with a detailed diagnosis of your eye, which is used to generate a personalised treatment plan to not only repair the effects of the cataract but also to correct almost all focusing errors of your eye. Visual recovery is rapid, with most patients seeing the difference within 24 hours.
To find out more, fill in the form to get our cataract surgery guide, or click to request a Free Suitability Assessment.
Advanced Refractive Cataract Surgery Patient Stories
“I could see everything clearly that initially I thought I’d forgotten to take out my contact lenses, then I remembered that, no, this was my own eye-sight now.”
“Mr Pande was so pleasant and he speaks to you, not at you. His entire team were just so helpful friendly and professional. I would say to anyone considering it – just go for it”
“It was a revelation! It’s as though a huge weight has been lifted from my shoulders. I wake up in the morning and have 20/20 vision and it’s absolutely marvellous!”