CONDITIONS & DISEASES CENTRE > PREVENTION & SURGERY

A LOOK AT CATARACT SURGERY

The crystalline lens, situated behind the iris, is the primary focusing mechanism of the eye. As we age, this crystal clear lens becomes cloudy and yellow and loses its elasticity, or ability to change focus.

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CONSIDERING LASER SURGERY

Refractive Laser Surgery to correct nearsightedness is no guarantee that you will spend the rest of your life without wearing glasses. Farsighted vision is not corrected by this surgery

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SEEING THE LIGHT ON LASER SURGERY

PRK is the most common, using the laser to gently reshape the outer surface of the cornea in seconds, while deeper cell layers remain virtually untouched.This reshaping enables light rays entering the eyes

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NEW HOPE WITH LASIK

Using the latest in laser technology, a brief painless 'out patient' procedure could eliminate or significantly reduce your dependence on glasses or corrective contact lenses.

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