Cataract

 
Did you know that the recent estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that cataract is the principal cause of blindness accounting for 62.6 per cent cases of blindness in India? Cataract has also been documented to be the most significant cause of bilateral blindness.
However, to avoid this, a cataract surgery is performed which is a safe and effective way in restoring your vision. Anand Eye Institute uses the safest, most-advanced cataract surgical techniques performed by world-class surgeons using state-of-the-art technology.
We take utmost care in performing a cataract surgery, or any surgery for that matter, to avoid operation site infections. We have achieved a 100 per cent track record in performing infection-free surgeries. This has been possible only because of our stringent infection control measures followed in the operation theatres by our Central Sterile Service Department.

A simple cataract is usually an easy procedure. However, when this is clubbed with either retina problems, glaucoma signs or corneal pathologies, it becomes a complicated surgery. This requires specialists of the respective areas to attend to these problems.

Anand Eye Institute integrates all specialities under one umbrella making it easier to handle such complicated cases. We also ensure to assess the overall health of the patient’s eye, while assessing a patient with cataract. If the patient is suspected to have any other problem along with cataract, he/she will be referred to the concerned specialist to ensure safe procedure.

Our experienced eye professionals will perform a thorough eye examination. So, there is no need to panic or worry because our surgeons take care of you and your eyes. This process also sets right expectations towards the outcome of the surgery and thus most of our patients go back happy with much improved vision.

Anand Eye Institute have helped over 7500 cataract sufferers restore their vision through advanced cataract surgery procedures.

What is Cataract?
A cataract, mainly characterised by blurring vision, is the clouding of the lens in the eye leading to a decrease in vision. It appears as if the patient is seeing through a cloud/fog. More