More patient videos by Jaheed Khan
Tear osmolarity is a useful test to do before cataract surgery to substantiate a clinical diagnosis of dry eye disease and to encourage patients to undergo dry eye treatment before cataract surgery. Taking care of patients' dry eyes prior to intraocular surgery provides them with a better external eye environment, better biometry measurements and more comfortable eyes.
Some patients develop a little bit of mistiness after a cataract surgery. That might be Posterior capsular opacification (POC) which a small percentage of people experience after cataract surgery - We can treat this condition with the Lumenis Duet laser.
After cataract surgery, redness, pain or blurriness are red flag symptoms! When undergoing cataract surgery, you should be aware of the risks that can occur. For a cataract surgery, 4% is the quoted national standard for minor complications. Find out more on this blog post with Jaheed Khan.
Nervous about your cataract surgery? In this blog post, Jaheed Khan explains in detail what happens and how he decides which lens will be best for you.
When are you ready for cataract surgery? How is cataract surgery done and is it done under local or general anaesthetic? Find the answers in this interview with Jaheed Khan.
Diabetic patients have an increased risk of getting a cataract. A high level of glucose in your blood can make the lens inside your eye mistier. If you are concerned, don't miss this interview with Jaheed Khan.