Cataract and ICL Eye Surgery: Questions and Answers


Cataract Eye Surgery / Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE)

Cataract represents clouding of the lens in the eye and develops in half of all people aged 65 and over. Cataract Eye Surgery is performed to restore clear vision and, in most cases, it would also remove the need for both distance and reading glasses. The procedure involves clearing the lens of the eye by ultrasound and replacing it with a small artificial lens (RLE).
 

Questions asked prior to Cataract Eye Surgery

Questions asked following Cataract Eye Surgery



Implantable Contact Lenses (ICL)


If your prescription falls outside the treatment range for Laser Eye Surgery, then Implantable Contact Lenses are an option available to you. These are implantable lenses that are used for correcting very high prescriptions of short-sight, long-sight and astigmatism.
 

Questions asked prior to Lens Implant Eye Surgery

Questions asked following Lens Implant Eye Surgery