A cataract is a clouding of the lens, which is normally clear. Most cataracts are related to aging. Without treatment, permanent loss of vision may occur.
Cataract surgery is very successful in restoring vision. Which is performed by an ophthalmologist. During surgery, the surgeon will remove the clouded lens and replace it with an artificial intraocular lens.
Under the microscope, the doctor will first emulsify the turbid crystalline lens into fine pieces by using an ultrasonic emulsification system and then suck them out. After that, the doctor will inject a suitable folded intraocular lens with a syringe and fix it into in the eyeball.
3D Laser Cataract Surgery
During the surgery, Laser will be used to replace the ultrasound to remove cataract to avoid damage of the corneal endothelial cells. With 3D eye diagram, the details of eyes could be clearly seen so as to increase the safety and accuracy of the operation.
Abbott Signature Phacoemulsification Machine
- Phacoemulsification instrument will first emulsify the turbid crystalline lens into fine pieces and then suck them out.
- After that, a suitable folded intraocular lens with a syringe will be injected and fixed into in the eyeball.
- Because of the use of ultra-invasive technology, the wound is very tiny.
Carl Zeiss VISUYAG YAG
- For posterior capsulotomy and iris incision and other applications.
- A multi-purpose laser that treats retinal photocoagulation, secondary cataracts, and glaucoma.
- The laser energy is gentle and reduces the heat-related side effects that could appear on the cornea.
Cassini Total Corneal Astigmatism (TCA)
- Astigmatism was accurately measured before surgery.
- Provide a more comprehensive preoperative examination for Cataracts surgery and multifocal intraocular lens replacement surgery.
iTrace Wavefront Aberrometer/Topographer
- Provides auto-refraction, corneal topography, ray-traced aberrations, pupil measurements and auto-corneal curvature measurements
- By integrating wavefront aberrations with corneal topography, the cornea is subtracted from the total aberration to isolate the internal aberrations of the eye
- Helps ophthalmologists to decide the most suitable IOL for patients