By reading this post, you will know what happens during cataract surgery, how the surgery takes place.
By reading this post, you will know what happens after your cataract surgery concerning what you have to do or which post-operative effects are possible.
The potential complications of cataract surgery are fortunately very rare, estimated at around 1 in 1000 cases and this risk can be minimised.
Rarely does cataract surgery go wrong or have post-operative complications, but it can and you need to be aware of the risks involved.
There are certain things that you cannot do after cataract surgery during a certain period. By reading this post, you will know all do’s and don’ts after cataract surgery.
Sometimes the fine capsule that holds the intraocular lens becomes opaque a few months after surgery. This can cause recurrence of glare, blurring and a drop in your vision. But this issue is relatively common and is very treatable.
Cataract surgery is the most common surgical procedure in the world, but quality ranges and you have a choice of where you can go. In this post, we share five reasons why you to have Clinica London perform your cataract surgery.
Although cataract surgery is exceedingly safe there is still a small risk of complications either during the surgery or after. In this post, we'll delve into the most severe potential per-operative complication – PCR.
On the day of your entropion surgery, the oculoplastic surgeon will then come and visit you in the admission area, re-examine your eyelid and confirm that the surgery is still required.
The British Supreme Court ruled produced guidelines to help surgeons ethically inform their patients about their treatments. Read my take on their ruling.