Corneal Diseases

Cataract is a condition that occurs when the natural lens of the eye, which provides vision and is located behind the pupil, loses its transparency and becomes cloudy. In other words, it leads to impaired vision that can be described as looking through a foggy window.

Thanks to modern techniques, today cataract operations are performed with a pain-free procedure without using needles or anesthesia, and patients can return home on the same day. The only possibility to eliminate the pathology is a microsurgical procedure consisting of removal of the clouded eye lens and replacing it with an artificial lens (IOL).