Complex Cataract Surgery
What is Complex Cataract Surgery?
A cataract develops when the natural crystalline lens in the eye becomes cloudy. This is generally due to ageing. The only treatment for cataracts is to remove them surgically with cataract surgery.
However very often other factors may make the surgery much more complicated. However, other factors often make the surgery more complicated. Cataract surgery is a type of lens replacement surgery. We offer three types of cataract surgery at Oculase: Basic, Refractive, and Complex. Keep reading to learn more about complex cataract surgery.
Factors which make cataract surgery and its outcome complicated include:
- Very high prescriptions
- Glaucoma or related conditions such as narrow-angle or pseudoexfoliation
- Corneal conditions, such as keratoconus and corneal dystrophies
- Previous trauma
- Previous eye surgery
- Use of particular medications (Doxazosin, Tamsulosin or Warfarin)
People with such complex cataracts require meticulous surgical planning and extensive counselling.
Mr Ayoub is a highly experienced surgeon who regularly does complex cataracts with excellent outcomes. His outcomes are far superior to the expected national outcome benchmark. He will tailor your surgery and aftercare to ensure it meets the complexity of your cataract. This may include additional planned procedures or medicines during or after cataract surgery to ensure a successful outcome.
Complex cataracts no longer need to hold you back. Mr Ayoub delivers high-quality care to tackle your complex cataracts.
Book an appointment with our specialist to discuss how complex cataract surgery can help you.
Read our blog to discover the many reasons why you should choose Oculase for your cataract surgery.