Elevating Vision through Precision: Cataract Surgery at Dr. Om Parkash Eye Institute
Welcome to Dr. Om Parkash Eye Institute, where we redefine cataract surgery through state-of-the-art technology, world- renowned expertise, and unwavering commitment to patient safety. Discover why we stand out as the preferred destination for those seeking clarity in vision.
Robotic Cataract Surgery: Pioneering Excellence
In 2013, Dr. Om Parkash Eye Institute became one of Asia’s pioneers in introducing Robotic Cataract Surgery. This groundbreaking procedure, known as Femtosecond Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS), utilizes Femtosecond Laser for precise tasks such as creating circular openings in cataractous lenses, breaking the cataract into fragments, and managing various challenging cataract types.
Management of Challenging Cataracts:
Our expertise extends to managing challenging cataracts, including posterior polar cataracts, white cataracts, hard cataracts, subluxated cataracts, and traumatic
Precision Redefined: Zeiss Artevo 800 Digital Microscope
At the forefront of our dedication to providing state-of-the-art eye care, the Zeiss Artevo 800 stands as a beacon of innovation. This digital microscope integrates seamlessly into our advanced surgical suite, offering unparalleled clarity and precision for a range of eye procedures.
Key Features of Zeiss Artevo 800:
Digital Visualization: The Zeiss Artevo 800 provides a digital visualization platform, offering a magnified and crystal- clear view of the intricate structures within the This digital enhancement ensures that our surgeons can operate with unmatched precision.
Adaptive Optics: With adaptive optics technology, this microscope adjusts in real-time to correct optical aberrations, guaranteeing optimal visualization even in challenging cases. This adaptability is crucial for addressing the unique anatomical variations among patients.
Integrated Intraoperative OCT (iOCT): The Zeiss Artevo 800 comes equipped with integrated intraoperative Optical Coherence Tomography (iOCT). This real-time imaging capability allows our surgeons to visualize detailed, cross- sectional images during surgery, enhancing decision-making and ensuring the utmost
Enhanced Illumination: The microscope’s advanced illumination system provides bright and uniform lighting, ensuring optimal visibility of the surgical field. This is particularly crucial for delicate procedures where precision is
Seamless Connectivity: The digital capabilities of the Zeiss Artevo 800 allow for seamless connectivity with other imaging devices and recording systems. This facilitates comprehensive documentation of surgical procedures and enhances our ability to educate and inform our
Accuracy and Safety: The precision offered by the Zeiss Artevo 800 translates into enhanced safety for our patients. Surgeons can navigate intricate procedures with confidence, minimizing the risk of
Personalized Treatment Plans: With the detailed insights provided by the digital microscope, our team can tailor treatment plans to the unique needs of each patient. This personalized approach ensures the best possible outcomes for vision correction and eye health.
Advanced Diagnostics: Beyond surgical applications, the Zeiss Artevo 800 supports advanced This aids in the early detection of eye conditions, allowing for timely intervention and better management of ocular health.
Patient Education: The digital capabilities of the microscope enable us to share visualizations and insights with our patients, fostering a better understanding of their eye Informed patients are empowered to actively participate in their care journey.
Most Advanced Measurements for Intraocular Lens (IOL) Power: Precision at its Peak
While refractive surgeries like SMILE and Contoura LASIK ensure sharp vision, post-cataract surgery vision poses a unique challenge. Dr. Om Parkash Eye Institute employs cutting-edge technologies for precise IOL power calculations.
- IOL Master 700 and Lenstar for accurate IOL power
- Anterion for high-resolution swept-source OCT images, offering detailed anterior segment
- Barrett Toric Calculator for corneal cylindrical
- Utilization of advanced IOL formulas like Barrett Universal 2, Hill RBF, Kane, and EVO for enhanced
Implantation of Appropriate IOL: Tailoring to Individual Needs
Understanding that one size does not fit all, our cataract department guides patients in choosing the most suitable IOL based on individual eye structure and visual requirements.
Variety of IOLs:
- Toric IOLs for astigmatism
- Trifocal IOLs for enhanced vision at multiple
- Extended depth of focus lenses for personalized
Revolutionizing Cataract Surgery with ZEISS CALLISTO Eye:
Automated Markerless Alignment: ZEISS CALLISTO Eye revolutionizes the preoperative phase by offering automated, markerless alignment. This advanced technology ensures optimal alignment and positioning of the eye during surgery, reducing the margin of error and enhancing surgical
Intelligent 3D Digital Guidance: Immerse yourself in the world of intelligent 3D digital guidance. ZEISS CALLISTO Eye provides surgeons with a real-time, three-dimensional visualization of the eye’s anatomy, empowering them to navigate with precision and perform customized procedures tailored to each patient.
Enhanced Workflow Efficiency: Efficiency meets excellence with ZEISS CALLISTO Eye’s streamlined workflow. From preoperative planning to intraoperative guidance, the system optimizes every step of the surgical process, leading to smoother procedures and faster recovery times for our
Intraoperative Overlay Technology: Experience the future of cataract surgery with ZEISS CALLISTO Eye’s intraoperative overlay technology. This feature enables the seamless integration of preoperative diagnostic data onto the surgeon’s microscope view, providing real-time insights and enhancing decision-making during
Intuitive Touchscreen Control: ZEISS CALLISTO Eye puts control at the surgeon’s fingertips with an intuitive touchscreen interface. Surgeons can interact seamlessly with the system, customize settings, and access vital information during surgery, ensuring a personalized and patient-centric
Surgeons: Experience, Acclaim, and Knowledge Sharing
The surgeons at Dr. Om Parkash Eye Institute bring unparalleled experience and international acclaim to cataract surgery.
Over a hundred thousand phacoemulsification surgeries
International and National Recognition:
- Live surgeries and instruction courses at prestigious conferences like the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ASCRS), European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS), All India Ophthalmological Society Conference (AIOC), Asia Pacific Association of Ophthalmology (APAO), and Asia Pacific Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (APACRS).
- Awards and accolades at international forums for surgical videos and contributions to ophthalmological books.
Safety Measures: Ensuring Your Well-Being
Your safety is our priority, and we adhere to stringent safety measures.
Modular operation theatres and protocols meeting NABH accreditation
Comprehensive Preoperative Evaluation:
- Biometry for IOL power
- Corneal specular microscopy for corneal endothelial cell
- Retinal evaluation and OCT for retinal health.
- Ultrasound B scans for dense cataracts to detect
- Laboratory investigations and general examinations for patients with associated medical conditions.
Packages for All: Affordable Excellence
Our commitment extends to all sections of society, with economic packages starting at Rs 5000, encompassing pre-operative evaluation, surgery, IOL, and pre and post-operative medications.
At Dr. Om Parkash Eye Institute, we believe that “ALL EYES DESERVE THE BEST.” Your journey to crystal-clear vision begins here, where precision meets compassion, and expertise transforms lives.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Cataract Surgery at Dr. Om Parkash Eye Institute
Cataract surgery is a procedure to remove the cloudy lens in the eye (cataract) and replace it with an artificial lens. It is recommended when the cataract affects daily activities and vision.
Our institute offers cutting-edge technologies, experienced surgeons, and a commitment to patient safety, ensuring the best outcomes for your vision
Robotic cataract surgery, specifically Femtosecond Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS), uses a laser for precise tasks, offering advantages such as creating circular openings and breaking the cataract into fragments.
Our experienced surgeons employ advanced techniques to manage various challenging cataract types, ensuring optimal outcomes.
We use IOL Master 700, Lenstar, Anterion, and Barrett Toric Calculator for accurate IOL power calculations, ensuring personalized and precise vision correction.
The selection of the right IOL considers factors like the structure of the eye and individual visual requirements, offering a wide variety, including toric and trifocal lenses.
Yes, depending on your specific needs, toric lenses can correct astigmatism, and trifocal lenses can address presbyopia, providing enhanced vision at various distances.
Our surgeons have collectively performed over a hundred thousand phacoemulsification surgeries, showcasing their extensive experience.
We adhere to NABH accreditation standards, utilizing modular operation theatres and comprehensive pre-operative evaluations, including biometry, corneal specular microscopy, retinal evaluation, and ultrasound B scans.
Yes, we offer economic packages starting at Rs 5000, inclusive of pre-operative evaluation, surgery, IOL, and pre and post-operative medications, catering to all sections of society.
Yes, our surgeons take pride in performing surgeries in economically challenged sections of society under Corporate Social Responsibility
Cataract surgery is generally recommended when the cataract affects vision significantly, and there is no strict age limit. Individual evaluations determine the timing.
- Recovery is typically quick, with improved vision within a few days. Patients may experience some discomfort for a short period post-surgery.
In some cases, enhancements may be possible to address changes in vision over time. This is discussed during follow-up appointments.
While most activities can be resumed shortly after surgery, certain precautions may be advised to ensure optimal healing. Strenuous activities may be limited initially.
Response: Vision improvement is often noticeable within a few days after surgery, but individual experiences may vary. Full recovery may take a few weeks.
Response: Mild discomfort, such as itching or a gritty sensation, is normal. Severe pain, however, should be reported to your surgeon promptly
Response: Avoid rubbing your eyes, strenuous activities, and exposure to dust or water. Follow your surgeon’s instructions regarding the use of prescribed eye drops and medications.
While most routine activities can be resumed, avoid heavy lifting and strenuous exercise for the first few days. Follow your surgeon’s guidance for a safe recovery.
Some sensitivity to light is normal initially. Wearing sunglasses can help manage this sensitivity. If it persists, consult your surgeon.
It’s advisable to wait until your surgeon confirms that your vision meets the legal requirements for This typically occurs after the first follow-up appointment.
While you should avoid getting water directly into your eyes, you can generally shower or wash your hair carefully, keeping your eyes closed and avoiding direct water
The duration of eye drop use varies. Follow your surgeon’s instructions meticulously, as they may prescribe different drops for varying lengths of time.
It is generally recommended to avoid putting pressure on the operated eye while sleeping. Sleeping on your back or the opposite side is usually advisable.
Some blurriness or fluctuations in vision are normal initially. This often resolves as the eye heals. If concerns persist, consult your surgeon
It’s advisable to wait for at least a week before resuming the use of eye makeup to prevent any potential irritation or infection.
Contact your surgeon immediately if you experience severe pain, sudden vision loss, persistent redness, or any unusual symptoms that cause concern.
Some patients may temporarily experience halos or glare, especially at night. This often improves as the eye heals, but if concerns persist, discuss them with your surgeon.
Your surgeon will advise you on when to resume using your old glasses or if new prescriptions are This varies among individuals and is determined during follow-up appointments.