Secondary Cataract

Why does it happen?

Cataract surgery removes the opaque crystalline lens (cataract) and an artificial lens is implanted inside a sack, replacing the first one.
Over time, the sack containing the artificial lens can become opaque: this causes what is commonly known as secondary cataract.

For the secondary cataract to occur, 1 to 5 years have to pass from the removal of the first cataract. It usually occurs earlier in younger patients.

How to treat it

Secondary cataract can be treated with Yag Laser, that is an outpatient laser treatment: there’s no need for surgery. This process lasts few minutes and the patient starts seeing well just few hours after the Yag Laser treatment.

It may happen to see like small flies moving around after the laser treatment,

Alessia Di Stefano, Catania

Votazione: Eccellente
Problem: Cataract
Over a year ago, at 18 years of age,  I was diagnosed with corticonuclear cataract and I underwent cataract surgery, which has completely changed my life.

Now I can see things I had never seen before!

Seeing well ... Keep on reading this reviewis an amazing gift  and I am very grateful to those who gave me this precious gift back!