A cataract is a vision problem that can occur in only one eye as it can be seen in both eyes. It is most likely to occur in individuals over 40 years of age, while the most at-risk group are individuals 65 years of age or older.
Diabetes, piercing or non-piercing eye injuries, intraocular inflammation, long-term use of steroid drugs and exposure to ultraviolet rays/radiation are conditions that can lead to the formation of cataracts.
What are the symptoms of cataract?
In cataract, some situations such as double vision, blurring, night vision loss, sensitivity to light, gradually decrease in vision, difficulty in reading, fading of colours and eye degree change are frequently observed.
The only treatment for cataract is a surgical operation. At the stage of treatment, our specialist physicians examine your eye and diagnose the disease. Then, according to the necessary tests, the extent of the problem in the eye and the patient's suitability for the operation are determined.
In line with the technological developments in recent years, laser has been started to use for cataract surgery. The most preferred method for cataract surgery is FAKO and femtosecond lasers. In the treatment of cataract with the femtosecond laser, after the patient's eye is numbed with an eye drop, the patient is placed under the laser device. Then an incision is made in the patient's eye with a computer-controlled laser and the lens with cataract is torn to pieces in a process that takes 30-40 seconds. These parts are absorbed and cleaned with Fako device. Then the artificial lens is placed on the eye.
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After Cataract Surgery
Right after cataract surgery, the patient begins to see slowly. However, in the first hours after surgery there may be burning, stinging and watering on eyes. Within 1-2 days, the quality of vision begins to increase. Within 10-15 days, the patient reaches the desired vision level. When surgery is performed correctly by qualified surgeons, the risk and complication rate is very low.
Cataract Surgery with New Generation Laser in Turkey
Cataract surgery in Turkey is performed by qualified and reliable eye surgeons with laser methods developed to the latest technology. Besides, Turkey offers a cost advantage by comparison to UK and other European countries with its health and technology resources. Therefore, cataract surgery is one of the most advanced treatment processes in Turkey and offers excellent visibility after the operation.
Cataract Surgery in Luviacure
Luviacure, a professional company with has a patient-oriented approach, carries out reliable cataract operations in Turkey, in accordance with the latest technology in JCI-accredited and fully equipped hospitals by experienced eye surgeons. Our company, also offers airport transfer, accommodation and English speaking assistant support in order to provide the comfort of patients within the scope of health tourism. In addition, we follow the healing processes of our patients after the operation thanks to our aftercare service that we provide after the treatment process.
With our expert surgeons and innovative techniques, you can be sure that you are in the most reliable hands for cataract surgery in Turkey. Contact us immediately for information about cataract surgery and other treatments or to make an appointment.
Frequently asked questions
How long does cataract surgery take?
It is necessary to stay in the hospital after cataract surgery?
Do I get my old eyesight back after cataract surgery?
If there is no reason to reduce vision other than cataract in the eye, an eye that underwent cataract surgery regains its old eyesight.
Can both eyes be operated on the same day?
Surgery of both eyes is not performed on the same day due to the possibility of infection. If the other eye will be operated, the operation should wait for at least 3 days.
Can cataracts recur after surgery?
Cataracts do not occur again in patients who have been treated for cataracts.