FAQs on Cataract

Frequently asked questions

La Cataratta è l'opacizzazione del CristallinoBelow you’ll find a series of common questions regarding Cataract, how to prevent it and the most advanced mini-invasive techniques to remove it.

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Getting rid of cataratta is possible, but it’s always best to gather information from reliable sources such as a professional ophthalmologist or a certified center with significant experience on the field.

Innovations in Cataract and Micro Surgery Techniques

Today, thanks to Dr. Badalà, cataract removal via laser or High Tech intraocular lens (customizable using light) is a viable option in Italy too; Dr Badalà also uses standard surgical techniques. In every case, the patient is followed during his/her post-operative progress in order to guarantee the best possible recovery.

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I had big problems due to cataract and high myopia (-20) with astigmatism (-2.0) in both eyes. So, a year ago, I underwent the crystalline lens replacement surgery with intraocular lens implantation.

I often did not r... Keep on reading this reviewecognize, at short distance, the faces of people I met and even contact lenses could not improve my vision (I wore them all day but they gave me a considerable discomfort to the eyes).

Now I see very well without glasses. I need them only to read closely, bust just for small letters. I see 10/10 from distance and I easily drive at night.

Sure, before surgery, I had so much anxiety, but with a slight sedation I was able to collaborate, by staring at the light the Doctor suggested me to look during surgery. I was assisted well in all phases of the operation. After about ten minutes I got back to my feet and I immediately see well from the operated eye without glasses.

I underwent surgery in the right eye at first and, two days later, in the left eye. Before the complete recover, I observed a short period of rest, I carefully followed the treatment with eye drops and I wore a protective shell at night.

For me a new life has started: I do not have to wear those heavy glasses or annoying contact lenses, which need a careful maintenance. Sure it is not easy to stay awake and collaborate during surgery, but the sureness of being operated by experienced hands helps very much.