A cataract is a disease when the eye natural lens becomes cloudy

Proteins in your lens break down and cause objects to look blurry, hazy, or less colorful.


People with cataracts can use eyeglasses, magnifying lenses, or stronger lighting to help improve their vision. But the only way to cure a cataract is surgery. Before going ahead with surgery.


 What Are the Symptoms?


Cataracts usually form slowly. You may not know you have them until they start to block light. Then, you might notice:


• Vision that’s cloudy, blurry, foggy, or filmy

• Nearsightedness (in older people)

• Changes in the way you see color

• Problems driving at night (glare from oncoming headlights, for example)

• Problems with glare during the day

• Double vision in the affected eye

• Trouble with eyeglasses or contact lenses not working well


Who needs cataract surgery?


Your doctor will probably suggest cataract surgery if you have vision loss that gets in the way of everyday activities like reading, driving, or watching TV.  

Sometimes, your doctor might recommend cataract surgery even if your cataracts aren’t the main cause of your vision problems.


Length Of Operation: 30 minute

Going Back To Normal Life: 1-2 week

Full Recovery: 1 month