A Complete Guide on Laser Cataract Surgery: Meaning, Benefits & Treatment
Laser Cataract Surgery

Cataracts affect around 20 million people around the world. It could be hard or soft, partial or complete, stationary or progressive, from case to case. Cataracts are classified as Nuclear Sclerosis, Cortical and Posterior Subcapsular, mainly observed in people of higher age groups, especially after 68 years.  A cataract is a condition in which the […]

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When should my cataract be operated on?
Cataract surgery

Cataract surgery is the process of removing the clouded natural lens of your eye and replacing it with an artificial one. In typical cases, the lens of our eyes is clear. But, the lens becomes clouded by a few habits and lifestyle choices; if you want to know more, please read this blog. Moving on, […]

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Top most common causes for Vision loss in seniors
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As we age, changes do alter our vision. Here are the top most common causes for vision loss in seniors.¬† Some of these changes are perfectly normal, while others can have a life-changing impact. Some of these changes can affect our vision and quality of life permanently. In fact, many eye diseases develop without pain, […]

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Robotic Cataract Surgery: Everything you should know
Robotic Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgeries are going to be faster and hassle-free. The new¬†Robotic Cataract Surgery technology, which employs laser machines to work on cataract patients, is being acquired by a handful of hospitals. The newest cataract surgery technique replaces manual actions. It is done by a very accurate and precise Femtosecond Laser which makes the surgery blade-free […]

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Cataracts & Vision loss – 3 Things You Should Know

Cataracts are a major healthcare issue among the elderly population. Here, one among three persons has some form of vision loss or eye disease even before they are 65. The most common causes of vision loss for ageing people are age-related eye diseases such as cataracts, macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Cataracts and Vision […]

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“Powerpoint presentations can be a good resource for a refresher course but never for primary learning”: Prof. Amod Gupta

Padmashri Dr. Amod Gupta, a respected teacher-of-teachers, is known all over the world. A passionate teacher and researcher, Dr. Gupta retired from Advanced Eye Centre, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh after an illustrious career spanning over four decades. In this interview, he replies to our questions asked by Dr. Tandava Krishnan. eOphtha: You have […]

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Cataract Surgery – 6 Facts & Methods that we need to know

Look Carefully into the Cataract Surgery – Well, you are here because you read about Cataract surgery , or somebody you know is affected by it. As we all know, Cataract is the clouding of the lens present inside the eye due to accumulation of protien and some other compounds. Due to this condition, the […]

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