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Cataract surgeryCataracts are the most common surgically treatable eye disorder in older people. Modern ultrasound-assisted cataract microsurgery is a common and safe procedure. New technology has also vastly improved the outcomes and accuracy of surgery.
Cataracts are the most common surgically treatable eye disorder in older people. With age, the lens inside the eye becomes clouded. The image forming inside the eye becomes less sharp, which results in poorer visual acuity. This gradual clouding of the lens is called a cataract. By the time the visual impairment caused by a cataract can be observed and measured, it is usually time for surgery. Cataracts occur everywhere in the world, and surgical treatments have been developed for a long time.
Modern ultrasound-assisted cataract microsurgery is a common and safe procedure. During this procedure, the clouded natural lens is replaced with a clear acrylic intraocular lens (IOL). Modern technology also allows the individual assessment of any changes in eye refraction during cataract surgery, as well as any adjustment of these changes based on your wishes. Today, cataract surgery is one of the methods available for corrective refractive surgery (ocular refraction). New technology has also vastly improved the outcomes and accuracy of surgery.
The advent of multifocal intraocular lenses (or IOLs) now allows patients to see close up without reading glasses. However, these multifocal IOLs are not suitable for everyone. We will arrange a separate pre-surgery assessment to discuss your wishes regarding close-up vision and the choice of IOL. You will also have an eye examination during the same visit. Achieving the best possible vision requires a preoperative examination by an experienced eye surgeon, consideration of your vision-related wishes, a modern cataract operation, and appropriate high-quality postoperative care.
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Glaucoma is a group of diseases involving progressive damage to the optic nerve head at the back of the eye. In persons with glaucoma. The damage generally progresses slowly and gradually narrows down the field of vision. Your doctor will assess which treatment is most suitable for you.
Hygiene standards at Orton are very strict, including hand hygiene by staff members. Particular attention is given to the hygienic properties of the devices, equipment and materials we use in patient care.
The cornea is the clear outermost layer of the eye. Dryness of the eye is the most common condition of the cornea and tear film. Our experienced surgeons are familiar with all the specialised techniques related to corneal conditions.
Orton’s ophthalmological services were established to meet the challenges of modern eye care and eye surgery. Our first and foremost aim is to ensure the best possible functional vision and outcomes after eye surgery.
The term uveitis refers to inflammation within the eye. The acute symptoms of iritis involve increased sensitivity to light and eye pain. Orton’s eye surgeons are highly skilled in the treatment and follow-up of uveitis, and have long experience in the treatment of uveitis-related cataracts and glaucoma.
Age-related macular degeneration, macular puckering, macular hole or vitreous detachment, retinal tears and retinal detachment - Orton's ophthalmologists will help you.