What are cataracts?

Cataract eye disease occurs when the natural lens in the eye, which provides clear vision, loses its transparency over the past years. Because of the natural lens that becomes dull, patients see as if they are looking through a fogged glass.

What are the symptoms of cataracts?

  • Sensitivity to light (glare)
  • Double vision
  • Reading difficulty
  • Impaired night vision
  • Fading and yellowing in colors
  • Gradual decrease in vision
  • Frequent changes in the number of glasses
  • Cataract Treatment


Surgery is the only option in cataract treatment. Cataract must be treated when visual acuity is reduced to a certain level. If it starts to affect the occupational functions or daily life of the patient negatively, it can be treated at an early stage. Important innovations have been experienced in cataract surgery in recent years. With the use of premium intraocular lenses, patients can continue their lives after cataract surgery more comfortably than in the past, and thanks to multifocal intraocular lenses, they can see near and far without glasses.


Cataract surgery involves removing the matted lens and replacing it with an artificial lens. The artificial lens, called the intraocular lens, is placed in the same place as your natural lens. For some people, wearing an artificial lens is not suitable due to other eye problems. In these cases, vision can be corrected with glasses or contact lenses after cataract is removed. It is usually treated on an outpatient basis, which means you won't need to stay in hospital after surgery. Local anesthesia is used and you stay awake throughout the procedure.


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