"Bring Your Life Back Into Focus" with the Most Advanced and Cost Effective Cataract Surgery
PREPARING FOR CATARACT SURGERY AND CHOOSING AN IOL
  • Dr Rohtas Singla Performing Slitlamp Examination

    Today you have many types of IOLs to choose from for your cataract surgery, depending on your specific needs. In addition to IOLs that correct nearsightedness and farsightedness, there are now toric IOLs that correct astigmatism as well.



  • Dr Rohtas Singla Performing Retina Examination

    One way to deal with post-operative presbyopia and reduce your need for reading glasses after surgery is to have your cataract surgeon adjust the power of one of your IOLs (assuming you have cataract surgery performed in both eyes) to give you a monovision correction, similar to monovision with contact lenses.



  • Automated Keratometry - Technique to measure shape of the eyeball

    Other options include accommodating IOLs and multifocal IOLs (also called presbyopia-correcting IOLs), which are designed to provide a greater range of vision after cataract surgery than conventional (monofocal) IOLs. Be aware that not everyone is a good candidate for these premium IOLs, and choosing one of these advanced lens implants will increase your cataract surgery cost.

  • Immersion A-Scan - Technique to measure the length of the eyeball

    At Singla Eye Hospital careful patient selection is done to determine which patient is a good candidate for multifocal IOL. For those who are not ideal candidates for multifocal lenses, we offer Aspheric, Hydrophobic monofocal lenses that provide superior vision in dim light conditions.



  • Biometry Chart - Calculation of Lens Power to be Implanted

    Patients with pre-existing astigmatism are advised Toric lenses.
    Before surgery careful eye examination is done with Topcon photo slitlamp. Then retina is examined with indirect ophthalmoscope to rule out any pathology. Eye pressure is measured with a non contact tonometer.


  • OPD Scan 3 Corneal Topographer

    Each patient undergoes rigorous biometry (Calculation of Lens Power) with Auto-Keratometer and Immersion A-Scan. Corneal topography with Nidek OPD Scan is done on each patient in order to decide the exact site of surgical incision.