Cataract & IOL Surgery: Barman Eye Care
Cataract is an aging process that starts in patients older than 50 years. The natural lens in our eye, which is naturally clear, gets clouded and causes the vision to become blurred. As it increases, it will disrupt your day-to-day activities, and that is when we need a complete examination. The only treatment available for cataracts is surgery. Best Cataract Surgeon in Gurgaon: Barman Eye Clinic is one of the best eye clinic in Gurgaon for cataract surgery. Dr. Keya Barman is the best cataract surgeon in Gurgaon, providing world-class LASIK and cataract surgery.
DR KEYA BARMAN
- #MBBS, MASTER OF SURGERY (MS) OPHTHALMOLOGY
- #EX-NARAYANA NETHRALAYA (BANGALORE): Senior Cataract & Refractive Surgeon, Chief of Cataract surgery Training
- #EX-VASAN EYE CARE (BANGALORE) -CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER & Head of Department of Cataract & Refractive Surgery
- #Ex- SUSRUT EYE FOUNDATION & RESEARCH CENTRE ( KOLKATA )- Sr. Phaco Surgeon and Head of Department of Refractive surgery
- #Ex- CENTRE Sight (DELHI/NCR): Sr. Cataract & Refractive Surgeon & Head of Department of Cataract Fellowship
She is one of the most distinguished cataract & Refractive surgeons, known for her expertise and precision across India. With more than 1.5 lakh happy eyes operated across 15 years, she is one of the most prolific & successful eye surgeons in India today, with the unique qualification of having been associated with the best EYE hospitals (mentioned above) in India.
Surgical skills combined with cutting-edge technology and passionate care empower us to provide you with the best experience in eye care.
Barman Eye Care: Best Eye Specialist Doctor in Gurgaon
What is cataract ?
Who is at risk for developing cataract ?
People with an age greater than 55–60 years have a normal ageing process of the natural lens , so every body sooner or later will develop some form of cataract. But sometimes children can also have cataracts, either congenital or developmental.
- Prolonged use of medications like steroids
- Overexposure to UV rays
- People with diabetes Mellitus
- Eye injuries
How do i know that I might have cataract ?
- People notice that their vision becomes blurred, and sometimes they feel dry eyes.
- Glare and halos at night, especially while driving
- Reading becomes difficult; you need more light to read, and sometimes it is difficult to read even then.
- Some kinds of cataract people might face difficulty in seeing during bright lighted conditions
- In advanced cases, the pupil looks white.
- Do you have any of these symptoms? have any queries. contact us…book an appointment here.
It’s a myth.
The only treatment for cataracts is surgery and replacing the cataractous lens with an artificially clear lens. And it’s very safe, effective and advanced.
When you notice blurred vision, glare, haloes, or are sensitive to light, a thorough evaluation of the eye is done, and your best-corrected image is obtained with glass.
Today, we lead a more digitally and socially active life. So, the right time to do cataract surgery would be when you start facing difficulties in day-to-day activities like reading, driving, working on your computer, or even watching television. It is a day-care surgery and usually takes 10–15 minutes, but you might need to be in the center for a couple of hours for the procedure. It is safe, incredibly advanced, and can be operated in any season.
If you don’t treat your cataract, then in some cases, it might not progress, but in most cases, it can become premature, in which case there are a lot of complications associated with it, along with lens-induced glaucoma. So, operating the cataract at the right time is better for better outcomes and an earlier visual recovery.
If you have other medical problems like diabetes or hypertension, then we need to bring them under accepted limits to undergo the cataract surgery procedure safely.
Usually, cataract surgery uses anesthetic drops, which numb your eye, and you have minimal discomfort during surgery.
It is the most successful and safest surgery. The incisions are 1.8 to 2.8mm, depending on the intraocular lens chosen. The cataractous lens is in a bag, an open, thin membrane. The cataract is broken into small pieces using phacoemulsification, i.e., ultrasound at a very high speed, roughly 40,000 times per second, which is sucked out. The foldable IOL is placed in the bag, unfolding inside it and regaining its original size.
Most of the patients get good vision after cataract surgery. Even after a perfect surgery, no one can guarantee an excellent idea, as the invention regained depends on the retina, cornea, and optic nerve condition.