A cataract is a clouding of the eye's natural lens, which lies behind the iris and the pupil.
The natural lens focuses the light onto the retina and lets us to see things clearly.
According to aging some of the protein may bunch together and start to cloud a small area of the lens.
This is called cataract. In time it may grow and makes hard to see.
- Cloudy, foggy vision
- Difficulty driving at night
- Frequent changes in eyeglass prescription.
- Difficulty performing daily activities because of vision problems.
- Requiring more light for reading
Cataracts are usually treated with surgery if vision problems are interfering with the person's quality of life.
Cataract surgery is very common and currently has the highest success rate of any surgical procedure.
During the surgery the natural lens of the eye, which contains the cataract removed and usually replaced with an artificial lens called an intraocular lens (IOL) implant.
During cataract surgery, the surgeon will remove your clouded lens and in most cases replace it with a clear artificial intraocular lens (IOL).
New generation IOLs are developed to make the surgery less complicated for surgeons and new lens technologies delivers excellent vision to patient.
AcrivaUD Reviol is a multifocal IOL which offers excellent near, intermediate and distance vision at all light conditions.
The surgical procedure is same as monofocal implantation process.
AcrivaUD Reviol helps you to see all distances at any light conditions.
Monofocal IOLs have fix focus. The patient could only see far without glasses with monofocal IOLs. They need to use glasses for near vision.
Beside this the patient who has been implanted AcrivaUD Reviol multifocal IOL has ability to see near, intermediate and distance without glasses.
- See distance, intermediate and near without glasses
- Freedom from glasses
- Excellent visual quality during day and night
- Colors are more clear and natural
- Glasses always seem dirty
Most of the patients return home same day after cataract surgery.
To against infection eye drop may be prescribed.
For few days you may need to wear eye patch to keep away irritants.
Most patients see well enough to return to most of their routine activities within a few days of recovery.
If the IOL which is implanted in to your eyes is a monofocal you need to use glasses.
If your IOL is multifocal will have ability not to use glasses…