The main risk that we worry about with cataract surgery is the risk of infection. However, we know from the literature now that we've reached a point where the risk is about 1:10,000.
Mr James Ball discusses the advantages and disadvantages of lens replacement. He explains that when considering these, it really depends on what treatment you're comparing it to and the condition of the patient's eye.
Next time you’re struggling with blurred vision, you should realise that you don’t have to put up with this problem. Blurred vision can not only adversely affect your quality of life in simple ways, such as when you’re struggling to see the labels in the supermarket, but it can also interfere with your leisure activities. Mr James Ball, a consultant ophthalmologist, opened Custom Vision Clinic last year after asking patients what was important to them when choosing a clinic. As a result, patients will find that Custom Vision Clinic is located in beautiful surroundings, is easily accessible by car and has ample parking. James offers a no-obligation initial consultation to assess your visual needs and recommend treatment if required.
Many patients wonder "how successful is lens replacement?" In my experience, I get about 90% of my patients completely independent from spectacles with the procedure.
How does the lens replacement procedure work? We are using all the technological advantages that we've benefited from in the evolution of cataract surgery
Is PRESBYOND blended laser better than lens replacement? Well again the answer is it depends. They are both effective and safe.
It’s a fascinating journey for patients after lens replacement surgery. Their recovery occurs in phases that have an enormous amount of individual variation.