Cataract: Insurance approved Laser & treatments

Cataract Surgery with Private Insurancet

Cataract surgery can be performed in convention with the most important INSURANCE COMPANIES, SUPPLEMENTARY FUNDS and HEALTH FUNDS.
Some insurance companies consider a direct payment for health services, with no obligations for its patients; some others consider an indirect assistance.
In this case, the patient gets a refund after providing the invoices for the services.

We have conventions available with the following insurance companies: Some insurance companies consider a direct payment for health services, with no obligations for its patients; some others consider an indirect assistance. In this case, the patient gets a refund after providing the invoices for the services.
We have conventions available with the following insurance companies:

Cataract surgery with the national health system

Cataract surgery can be performed via the National Health Service (SSN) or national health system: this means that there is no obligation for patients when they benefit from hospitals and conventioned centers. Unfortunately, the most innovative intraocular lenses are often not available in these facilities and there are additional costs that the National Heath Service cannot refund.

It is always best to gather informations on the type of lens that is going to be implanted, because eyesight quality dipends directly on the intraocular lens, especially in cases like: astigmatism, maculopathy, after refractive surgery or if you’d like to correct myopia, ipermetropya, astigmatism and presbyopia associated with cataract.

Marco Scola, Milan

Votazione: Eccellente
From fear to joy! I was diagnosed with cataract, but my greatest wish was to correct also my high myopia and fear had always stuck me.

After a careful research I set up a visit with Dr. Badala and I immediately unders... Keep on reading this reviewtood that I was on the right way. With just one surgery, the doctor freed me from cataracts, myopia (more than 20 diopters) and astigmatism(about 3 diopters).

Surgery took place in the operating room, I had the shirts, the electrodes for monitoring and, given that I chose local anesthesia to do not see or hear anything, they give me a shot near the eye.

Only six hours after surgery, removing the bandage, I had already noticed an improvement in eyesight. Just to be safer, I slept with a protective shell. The next day I did the check-up and, seeing that it was successful, I set up the other eye surgery 10 days later.

Just one month from both surgeries I had the great joy of being able to see 10/10 for the first time in my life. My life has completely changed and I am very satisfied with the result.