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Alessia Di Stefano, CataniaVotazione: EccellenteProblem: CataractSolution: Cataract surgeryOver a year ago, at 18 years of age, I was diagnosed with corticonuclear cataract and I underwent cataract surgery, ... Read
Chiara Rizza, MilanoVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Astigmatism, MyopiaSolution: PRKTired of glasses and contact lenses, I met Dr. Badalà, who, after an accurate exam, suggested laser treatment to correct ... Read
Alessandro Ciccazzo, Syracuse (Floridia)Votazione: EccellenteProblem: Astigmatism, MyopiaSolution: PRKLast month I underwent surgery to correct myopia (-5.50), and a slight astigmatism, by PRK laser technology. The operation lasted ... Read
Gianna Lo Castro, Siracusa (Lentini)Votazione: EccellenteProblem: Cornea guttata, Fuchs Endothelial Distrophy, Corneal edema, Bullous KeratopathySolution: DMEK Corneal Endothelium TransplantA few years ago I discovered I had a quite rare disease called “Fuchs’ dystrophy,” which affects the cornea. I ... Read
Concetta Colosi, Messina (Pace del Mela)Votazione: EccellenteProblem: KeratoconusSolution: Cross linkingMy experience was totally positive because, about a week after surgery, my continuous migraine disappeared, and after four days I ... Read
Tiziana Giannini, CatanzaroVotazione: EccellenteProblem: GlaucomaSolution: SLT Laser, Selective Laser TrabeculoplastyI am 54 years old, for the past 20 years I have used eye drops to treat glaucoma. Three months ... Read
Nicola Spena, CaltanissettaVotazione: OttimoProblem: Macular degenerationSolution: Cataract Surgery with IOL AMDI have not felt any discomfort or pain. Vision has improved after a few weeks and practically immediately I started ... Read
Andrea Monitto, Siracusa (Carlentini)Votazione: EccellenteProblem: Astigmatism, HypermetropiaSolution: FemtoLASIKI had 5 diopters of astigmatism in one eye and 3 diopters in the other eye when I decided to ... Read
Antonio Parrino, MilanVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Astigmatism, Hypermetropia, PresbyopiaSolution: PRKI underwent PRK for hypermetropia, astigmatism and presbyopia in January 2014. About ten years ago I underwent PRK to correct ... Read
Giuseppe Grasso, CataniaVotazione: EccellenteProblem: Macular Hole, Macular degeneration, Macular Pucker, Retinopathy, MaculopathySolution: VitrectomyAfter having consulted several doctors, last year I turned to Dr. Badalà because I felt a discomfort to the eye. ... Read
Cataract Surgery consists in removing the existing opaque lens and implanting a new intraocular lens (IOL). The surgery outcome largely depends on the kind of intraocular lens used. A skilled ophtalmologist chooses the lens that best fits the patient’s need and characteristics.
There are several types of intraocular lenses; the latest kind is customizable thanks to a high tech laser (High Tech Lens, also called Light Adjustable Lens) that guarantees an high definition vision. Dr. Badalà has been the first doctor to ever implant this lens in Milan, becoming the first to ever perform this surgery in Italy.
Today, cataract surgery is performed via topic anesthesia, using drops of anesthetic collyrium. Surgery lasts for about 10 minutes and ends when the patient leaves the operating room without bandages, simply wearing a pair of sunglasses.
This is the best way to forget about cataract and glasses at once.
The most common kind of cataract surgery is called “Phacoemulsification”: it takes advantage of an ultrasounds powered tool to remove the cataract. During surgery, this tools is inserted inside the eye through a 2mm incision. Vibrations shatter the lens’ contents that are then easily sucked out.
Thanks to the small size of the initial incision, the cut closes itself without the need of sutures. Cataract surgery is today performed without suture. The implant of the artificial lens (IOL) is perfomed inside the old lens’ sack. This sack can become opaque and lead, overtime, to the so called secondary cataract.
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