At Nayana, we provide the best of both worlds. Latest technology and advanced techniques.
Phacoemulsification cataract surgery is a procedure in which an ultrasonic device is used to break up and then remove a cloudy lens, or cataract, from the eye to improve vision. The insertion of an intraocular lens (IOL) usually immediately follows phacoemulsification.
Dr. Sriram Ravula, is a highly respected and experienced Phaco surgeon in Andhra Pradesh. He performed above 50,000 cataract surgeries till date. He deals with a variety of cataracts each day. His technique is safe and very effective.
Nayana Eye Care is equipped with the state of the art twin operating suites and twin Alcon Infinity Vision System Phacoemulsification machines.
Recent FDA (Food and Drug Administration, USA) approvals of newer versions of multifocal intraocular lenses (IOLs) for cataract surgery mean even more options are available for people who want to reduce or possibly eliminate their dependency on eyeglasses.
During cataract surgery, your eye’s natural lens is removed and replaced with an IOL. Standard monofocal IOLs probably will give you great distance vision, but you usually would require reading glasses for near vision. Presbyopia-correcting IOLs with multifocal designs, on the other hand, provide vision at multiple distances.
If you are a good candidate for a multifocal IOL and you choose this option, the type your cataract surgeon at Nayana Eye Care recommends likely will depend on your unique circumstances, lifestyle and vision correction needs.
This exclusive IOL can maximize surgical results by treating astigmatism during cataract eye surgery. Approximately 20 percent of patients who need cataract surgery have a clinically significant degree of preexisting astigmatism.
Astigmatism is a common condition that may cause blurred vision. The distorted vision is due to the eye’s cornea (corneal astigmatism) or lens (lenticular astigmatism) having an irregular shape.
The cornea and lens of a perfectly shaped eye have a smooth circular surface, like a ball. With astigmatism, the cornea or the lens will have more of an oblong, football-like shape.
It is important to determine if you have moderate or high astigmatism prior to cataract eye surgery. Knowing this will help you and your ophthalmologist at Nayana Eye Care will decide if a Toric IOL is the best intraocular lens for your situation.
Introducing a breakthrough in vision surgery. Now there’s a revolutionary new way to potentially leave your glasses behind forever, thanks to the Toric Multifocal IOL technology.
And now, patients with astigmatism may also enjoy true performance at all distances with the Multifocal Toric IOL, combining the proven performance of Multifocal with the precision of the Toric IOL.
With an increased chance of freedom from glasses or contacts, this technology not only has the potential to give you a full range of life-enhancing vision, but could also eliminate the reoccurring costs of new eyeglasses or contacts over your lifetime.
The result: true performance at all distances for patients with astigmatism.
The Toric Multifocal IOL treats both astigmatism and presbyopia. Your surgeon at Nayana Eye Care, now has an innovative option to treat your astigmatism and cataract, and to help improve your vision.
- About Us
- Cashless services
- Patient Education
- Contact us