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    Smart Lens Treatment

    Smart Lens Therapy, which has been heard and become very popular in recent years, provides great comfort to the patients applied. These multifocal smart lenses placed in the eye in cataract surgery provide a clear and clean vision at close range (35-40 cm), at medium distance (55-60 cm) and at far distance. After smart lens surgery, patients have a clear vision at every distance without the need to use any glasses. Problems such as blurred vision and light scattering at night that patients complain about disappear after this operation.

    This treatment is applied to patients who have cataracts in their eyes and need surgery. The purpose of smart lens treatment is to remove the lens that has lost its function in the eye and replace it with an artificial lens and to provide the patient with the highest quality vision possible.

    Cataract is when the natural lens in the eye becomes dull and causes vision loss. This disease is also known as a veil in the eyes. Cataract disease is usually seen over the age of 60, and it can be seen earlier due to congenital causes, eye bumps, intraocular inflammations.

    Cataract is a disease that cannot be treated with medication or glasses. The only treatment method for cataracts is surgery. An artificial lens is placed instead of the lens that has become opaque by surgery.

    • Gradual decrease in vision
    • Sensitivity to light
    • Double vision
    • Reading difficulty
    • Subsequent vision impairment
    • Yellowing and fading in colors

    The smart lens procedure is exactly the same as the conventional cataract surgery procedure. In a normal cataract surgery, the lens that has lost its function in the patient’s eye is removed, and another lens that will improve the patient’s vision is placed instead. The difference of smart lens operation is that this lens, which is put into the eye, is not a normal lens, but a smart intraocular lens (trifocal lens).

    Smart lens therapy can be used in most patients with vision problems due to cataracts. In addition, smart lens therapy can be preferred in patients who have advanced myopia or hyperopia at a young age and therefore cannot receive laser treatment.

    This operation is not suitable for patients with only vision problems. In order for the smart lens operation to be preferred, the patient must have a cataract problem, have very high hyperopia numbers, or have vision problems as a result of the deformation of the eye lens after previous laser operation. Smart lens applications are not preferred for patients with yellow spot, retina, strabismus, kerotoconus, advanced astigmatism, diabetes (diabetes), advanced myopia and corneal problems. Lenses placed in the eye are divided into monofocal (unifocal), bifocal (bifocal) and trifocal (trifocal). Depending on the age and preferences of the patient, one of these lenses is preferred.

    A patient with smart lens therapy can see mounds around extremely bright objects in the first 3 months. This habituation process takes up to 3 months and the eye adapts to the lens. This process is called the neurogenic adaptation process.



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