Short-sightedness - FAQs
A thorough examination and further testing will allow appropriate recommendations be made. This may be that no treatment is undertaken, or alternatives to laser may be discussed.
Yes, the cataract can be treated. Afterwards, if you feel an imbalance between the eyes, it may be necessary to perform a lens exchange operation for the second eye in order to restore the balance of the eyes.
Educate yourself further about lens replacement by reading the links below
The NHS has compared laser eye surgery and lens replacement, and is worth a look. Click here for more information.
This 12-page guide provides you with the benefits of refractive lens exchange, as well as the risks and alternatives. Click here for more information.
Presbyopia is a condition that can make patients undergo a lens replacement – but what exactly is it? Click here for more information.