Refractive cataract surgery and lens exchange
The bulk of my practice focuses on cataract and refractive lens exchange surgery.
Patients who have got a cataract and have noticed a reduction in the quality of their vision such as a clouding, fogging or misting, who are developing glare and halos around lights at night so that driving is becoming problematic, often come to see me so that they can get back to the life that they had before developing the cataract.
And then there are the refractive lens exchange patients who are really quite fed up with having to use their glasses and contact lenses all the time.
My practice is open to a range of patients. Still, the bulk of what I do is to do with cataract and refractive lens exchange and offering patients a wide variety of lens implant choices so that they get the outcome that they want and that best matches their lifestyle and requirements.
I think it’s very important for anyone considering cataract surgery or refractive lens exchange surgery that they are aware of the number one mistake that people make before they have the surgical intervention. It’s a mistake that people only know about once the procedure has been completed.