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Can I Get A Refractive Lens Exchange If I Have A Cataract?

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In recent times, people have been more concerned about having perfect vision without dependence on glasses. Glasses and contacts may get frustrating, even for people over 45 years. Patients would prefer an advanced procedure that helps remove the cataract and eliminate the need for glasses altogether.

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Recovery After Cataract Surgery

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Cataract is a process related to eyes specifically in the developing nations. Cataract has predominantly been a common cause of impairment of vision, reason beside it is lack of proper surgical care.

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Types Of Lenses In Cataract Surgery

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Cataract surgery is performed to replace the damaged natural lens with the synthetic lens. With the age and normal wear and tear, the protein in the natural lens degrades, causing a hazy and blurred vision.

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Cataract In Children

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It is believed that cataract only occurs in older people. However, children can also be born with a cataract & it may develop gradually with age. Pediatric cataract is one of the leading cause of childhood blindness. Cataract will cause a social and economical burden on the child and family if left untreated.

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Laser Assisted versus Traditional Cataract surgery

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Our eye is a complex visual organ, comprising of conjunctiva, Iris, Lens and Retina as major parts. Cataracts are cloudy areas that form in the lens, which is normally transparent. They are the main cause of vision loss in people aged over 50 years. Cataract is formed as a result of protein clumping with in the eye lens.

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Is it possible to undergo Cataract surgery after LASIK

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In short, answer is yes. In this article we will try to elaborate about Cataract surgery and LASIK, so that you can understand how they are separate and interlinked.

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Living with Cataract

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Cataract is considered as an ageing process and usually starts at the age of 40, affecting majority of people after the age of 60. If it is left untreated, not only it affects daily activities but also may lead to severe complications like vision loss and glaucoma ultimately. Although, cataract affects mostly elderly population, but diseases like diabetes, eye injury, metabolic and congenital conditions can cause cataract in early age.

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Can cataract lead to blindness?

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Cataract is common eye defect affecting majority of population and yes, it can lead to blindness if timely treatment is not done. Most of the affected people are above 40 years of age and rarely it is seen in young people. However due to some eye injury or congenital issues, it can affect people with younger age group as well. But good news is that cataract is treatable.

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Choice Of Lenses In Cataract Surgery

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Cataract surgery is the surgical treatment of replacing the eyes natural cataractous opaque lens with a artificial but near natural lens. Cataract surgery ensures clear vision in most normal eyes. Advancement in technology allows the availability of various types of lenses. The choice of lenses for the patient depends upon the ocular condition of the patient and the expectations of the patient from cataract surgery.

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Why Dry Eye Treatment Is Important Before Ocular Surgery

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Introduction With the advancement in technology and extensive training of the surgeons, cataract surgery and LASIK surgery are done with a high success rate. The doctors are leaving no stone unturnedto provide a clear vision to patients. Thus, the doctors are treating dry eyes condition inpatients before performing cataract or LASIK surgery. In patients with

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