Keye Ophthalmology

Presbyopia Cataract Surgery

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Keye Ophthalmology

Presbyopia Cataract Surgery

Cataracts, presbyopia, and astigmatism
can be corrected with a single operation.

*In the case of astigmatism, a correction lens must be selected.

Presbyopia Cataract Surgery

Surgery duration:

15-20 minutes

Recovery period:

Depending on the patient's condition,

3 to 6 months

Presbyopia Cataract Surgery

Surgery duration:

15-20 minutes

Recovery period:

Depending on the patient's condition, 3 to 6 months

Recommended for
those experiencing

Frequent eye fatigue


Blurred vision


Difficulty changing focus


Eyesight getting worse


Objects appear overlapping


Recommended for
those experiencing

Frequent
eye fatigue

Blurred vision

Difficulty changing focus

Eyesight
getting worse

Objects appear overlapping

Surgery flow

  • Step 1 |  Eye drop anesthesia
  • Step 2 |  Corneal incision
  • Step 3 | Incision at the top of the eye capsular bag
  • Step 4 | Cloudy lens removal
  • Step 5 | Insertion of the intraocular lens
  • Step 6 | Alignment of the intraocular lens position

Surgery flow

  • Step 1

Eye drop anesthesia

 

  • Step 2

Corneal incision

 

  • Step 3

Incision at the top of the eye capsular bag

  • Step 4

Cloudy lens removal

 

  • Step 5

Insertion of the intraocular lens

 

  • Step 6

Alignment of the intraocular lens position

Why Keye Ophthalmology?

The medical team of Keye Ophthalmology clinic published an article on the accuracy of the intraocular lens formula that affects the results of cataract surgery in 'Scientific Report', a sister journal of ‘Nature’, one of the world's top three academic journals. Based on abundant clinical experience article is introducing a method to increase surgical satisfaction by reducing the mean absolute error of the targeted visual acuity.

 

Five ophthalmologists specializing in anterior eye, retina, and glaucoma fields provide one-stop treatment for patients with complex eye diseases making surgery possible even in complicated cases such as intraocular lens dislocation and intraocular lens replacement, which may occur after presbyopia cataract surgery.

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