The cataracts are a common condition in which the lens, which is behind the iris in the eye, becomes progressively cloudy. This disease can make the vision fuzzy and when vision can no longer be improved with glasses or contacts, surgery is the only option. It is reported that three to four million cases of cataracts happen every year in the U.S. The traditional cataract surgery is now being replaced with the use of the laser cataract surgery. This is a femtosecond laser system, allowing for a gentler, highly customized procedure with unprecedented precision which combined with advanced technology lens implants.
The laser cataract surgery can reduce or eliminate patient dependence on glasses after cataract removal. This technology has been used widely in ten countries around the world. It cuts back on ultrasound energy in the eye, which can damage delicate structures of the eye. The doctors said that it just takes just 30 seconds, followed by a quick 5 to 10 minutes in a traditional operating room to take out the cataract and insert the lens implant. By undergoing this surgery, you can get rid of the blurry, cloudy or dim vision, double or multiple vision, glare/halos, increasing myopia / shortsightedness and declining night vision.
The laser cataract surgery allows the blade-less Cataract Surgery to use the laser to make the incisions instead of the metallic blade in conventional phacoemulsification surgery. The entire laser process is carried out under computer-guided imaging so that there is greater control and reliability of the incision and allows perfectly-shaped, perfectly-sized and precisely-centered capsule opening to be made into the cataract lens. There is the clinical evidence that the femtosecond laser has advantages over conventional cataract surgery. The doctors give an importance to the role of the femtosecond laser in cataract surgery.
By reducing the incision size, the laser cataract surgery can allow the surgeon to expect less surgically…