Blurred vision, faint colors, sudden change in glasses number are the most prominent symptoms of cataract.
• Are over 18 years old,
• The glasses have not changed in the last 1 year,
• Myopia, Hyperopia, and astigmatism with visual impairment,
• Does not have any medical problem (glaucoma, cataract, uveitis retinopathy, etc.) in the eye,
Anyone who wants to get rid of glasses and contact lenses is a candidate for this treatment.
Occasional eye shifts are normal in infants during the first 3 months. Subsequent shifts should be evaluated by the ophthalmologist. In infants, symptoms such as whiteness, redness and slipping of the pupil may be signs of intraocular tumors. Treatment is possible in early diagnosis.
Glaucoma (eye pressure) is an insidious disease that leads to a weakening of the visual nerve and loss of visual field due to the increase in intraocular pressure, resulting in blindness if left untreated. This disease, which does not show any symptoms in the early period, is detected by a detailed eye examination. It is recommended that people over the age of 40 undergo a thorough eye examination once a year.
Sudden black spots, fly flys and flashes of light may be indicative of tears in the retinal layer. Immediately consult an ophthalmologist. If the tears are detected in the early period, retinal detachment (separation from nerve layers) is prevented by being surrounded by laser and treated without surgery.
Bleeding of the eye vessels and loss of vision may occur in the long term. An eye examination should be performed once a year in a diabetic patient.
The surgery was performed for a total of 10-15 min. takes. The person does not feel pain or pain during eye laser surgery, but the sensation of touch persists and briefly feels pressure in the eye during the procedure.
If an eye undergoes cataract surgery without eye cataract, a cause that decreases vision is regained old vision.
The number of the lens inserted into the eye during cataract surgery can be adjusted so that it is clearly visible in the distance or near. Thus, if the eye of the person who has surgery has been reset to distant, he sees the clear without glasses, but he must use glasses for close. If the eye is made myopia with the lens attached to the surgery, the person will be able to see the relative without glasses, but the need for glasses will arise. If a multifocal lens is preferred, myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism problems can be solved with a single lens.
No, since cataracts occur and vision decreases, surgery can be performed at any time of the cataract.
Yes, very advanced cataracts are more likely to have problems in surgery. In addition, the operation time in advanced cataracts is longer.
Narcosis (general anesthesia) for cataract surgery is not performed except in pediatric and infant patients. In cataract surgery, different types of local anesthesia are used for adult patients. By injecting around the eye, the eye is numbed and numb, and at the same time eye movements are eliminated.
If your eye is found appropriate after the examination, laser surgery can be done.
Cataract surgery does not improve lazy eye. There are different treatment methods for lazy eye.
Looking at the computer screen does not actually cause a refraction error, that is, it does not distort the eye with the expression among the public. Working with the computer for a long time in people with refractive errors can cause fatigue, eye and headache. Using appropriate glasses resolves these problems. During a careful look at the screen, we reduce the number of blinking, which causes the eye surface to dry out. In situations where ambient humidity is low, tear evaporation rate increases in air-conditioned environments such as offices, to increase the number of blinkes and to take breaks to prevent drying of the eye surface.
The top level of the computer screen should not exceed your eye level. In this way, your eye will be in a slightly downward position during operation, which will reduce the surface of the eye where your tears can evaporate by keeping your lid gap slightly narrow.
Diabetes (Diabetes) may affect the vessels and cause bleeding in the retina (nerve) layer of the eye. The more diabetic patients pay attention to their metabolic control (less than 20 mg of FBS, control of hypertension, total lipid and cholesterol within normal limits), the more they delay the damage to the vessels. If bleeding has started in the retina, these checks should be performed more frequently.