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Usually: Myopia is usually caused by the eye being longer than average, the cornea being steeper than average, or both. Cataracts develop in everyone eventually. During surgery, the doctor replaces the catarac with an intraocular lens implant. This lens has the capacity to permanently correct myopia (much like a contact lens does), and definitely cures cataracts. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Are intraocular lens really effective for high myopia rate patients (-15)? Are there different types of these intraocular lenses for myopia? Risky?
Yes: Implant choices: Best intraocular (IOL) choice: Depends on if you want good reading, computer, distance vision OR all distances after surgery; if you have astigmatism (may need Toric IOL). If you want good reading, intermediate, distance VA, Multifocal or Crystalens may be option. Full answer: Cataract Surgery Options at eyedoc2020.blogspot.com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Alternative to slow down retinitis pigmentosa? Also does using bifocal lens on cataract surgery worsen the eye iself than standard lens
Vitamin A: Vitamin a , 15000 iu has been shown to slow down the progression of retinitis pigmentosa in some patients. A bifocal lens implanted during cataract surgery may not be the best lens for an rp patient. Small decreases in contrast sensitivity and halos can rarely occur with a bifocal iol. The best vision may be optained with a convetional implant. Your ophthalmologist can help you choose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several types: There are several types of fda approved lens implants. These include standard single vision implants covered by insurance; plus other types of more advanced implants that are not. These advanced implants can be used to correct astigmatism, to function as a bifocal lens implants to correct distance and near vision (multifocal or accommodating technology implants). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If gas bubble is required in vitrectomy for peeling macular pucker will it raise eye pressure & cause high risk for progression of existing Glaucoma?
SEE your Eye doctor: Are you seeing EYE M.D.?!!He is better person to ask. ...Read more
Nutrition: You can't delay the effects of aging on the eyes for long. Nature catches up with cataract and presbyopia. Do pay attention to good nutrition though. Ared study showed importance of supplementation in preventing wet macular degeneration. Most believe that nutrition is important in ocular health but doses to use are not agreed upon. An exam of the retina is a good way of gauging health too. ...Read more
Does symptomatic (floaters) lattice degeneration require prophylactic laser treatment? Does it minimise the risk of potential future tractional tears?
Depends: Lattice degeneration is thinning of peripheral retina from vitreous "pulling" on retina with whitening of blood vessels- forms a patch of "lattice" white blood vessels and thinned retina. Lattice can be associated with round retinal holes from the thinning and retinal tears at the edge-this can result in retinal detachment. Laser is used to treat symptomatic tears or risk of retinal detachment. ...Read more
Can iris implant along with inraocular lens implant be done prior to implanting the contact lens in sn without iris n natural lens.
If parent w/glaucoma is resistant to treatment of drops & laser lowering eye pressure, will daughter w/glaucoma inherit resistance to treatment?
What risk factors are involved to undergo floater (eye) removal procedure by yag laser? Anything to do with retinal damage?
Floater removal: The use of a yag laser in the vitreous creates a shock wave that can cause a retinal tear or detachment. The yag laser can sometimes break up a large floater into several smaller floaters which may or may not be less bothersome. A floater, in of itself, is annoyance and the risks associated with removal must be weighed against the benefit. Please discuss with your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: No this procedure should not damage the cornea but can cause some short term irritation of the cornea. ...Read more
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