WHAT IS CATARACT?
Normally, the natural lens of the eye is clear and allows light rays to pass through easily. When cataract develops, the lens becomes cloudy and opaque. The light rays no longer pass through the lens easily, so the patient cannot see clearly. Cataract is not a new growth or a film over the eye. It is not contagious.
Drishti Eye hospital has been among the first pioneer institute in the Tricity to introduce this surgery.
Cataract surgery is done by the sophisticated PHACO Emulsification (stitchless surgery) technique with implantation of foldable IOLs. Hospital is equipped with latest phaco machines (namely NIDEK, MILLENIUM from Bausch and Lomb , WHITESTAR from AMO) and Optical Biometer ( for unmatched accuracy in IOL power calculation) to give our patients best refractive outcome.