The lens, which is in the anterior surface of the human eye, regulates the amount of light focused on the retina. Ageing and other factors can lead to the lens losing its function, which is to focus light rays and help us focus on objects. In lens replacement, the surgeon replaces older natural lenses with intraocular lenses.
Following lens surgery, patients often no longer require reading glasses. In cataract surgery, lens replacement replaces the old, cloudy crystalline lens with an artificial intraocular lens. The aim of cataract surgery is clear vision, free of cataract.
Book a free assessment today. You can book online or call us to arrange an appointment. Assessments are free and suitable candidates all meet with highly sought-after lens surgeon, Dr. Matthew Russell, before they commit to eye surgery.