The crystalline lens, transparent when we are born, allows us to focus images in the retina. Cataract is the clouding of the crystalline lens that causes limited and blurry
vision.

The treatment consists of surgery and phacoemulsification, using only a topical anesthetic and without the need for sutures. A foldable intraocular lens is subsequently implanted.

Cataract is a very common visual disorder and the surgery has undergone many great advances in recent years.

Phacoemulsification is a quick and safe technique that requires an incision of only 3 mm and does not require suturing.

A topical anesthetic is used. The appropriate level of anesthesia is obtained for a successful surgery, avoiding painful needle pricks.

Visual recovery is fast, without the need for bandaging.

Surgery is done on an outpatient basis, minimizing time away from work.

The possibility of correcting prior refractive defects through the proper positioning of the intraocular lens.
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