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    Cataract Surgery in Ahmedabad

    The opacification of the eye’s natural transparent lens is called cataract.

    Cataract is a common eye condition that can cause blurred vision and changes in how you interpret colours.

    Get the Best Doctor for Cataract Surgery in Ahmedabad at Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital.

    Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital provides Cataract Surgery at Affordable Cost in Ahmedabad.

    How Does a Cataract Affect Your Vision?

    The eye's lens, which is usually clear, becomes clouded by a cataract. This prevents light from reaching the retina and results in hazy vision.

    As the cataract develops, your vision becomes foggy, which could affect your regular activities.

    The only treatment for cataract is surgery.

    Contact Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital if you are looking for a Cataract Surgery Hospital in Ahmedabad.

    We are among the leading hospitals for Cataract Surgery in Ahmedabad.

    Cataract Surgery Hospital in Ahmedabad.

    Treatment options available for cataract

    There are no medications, eye drops, exercises, or glasses that will cause cataracts to disappear or prevent them from forming.

    The only solution is surgery

    With the use of Latest technology and machinaries, cloudy(cataractous) lens is removed and it is replaced by Intraocular lens(Mani) in cataract surgery.

    Symptoms Of Cataract

    Blurring or clouding of vision

    Problem With Night Vision

    Doubling of vision


    Need more light when you read

    Seeing bright colors as faded or yellow

    Distorsion or ghosting of images

    Frequent change of eyeglasses

    Why is a Cataract Surgery Needed?

    • If left untreated, the vision loss associated with cataracts can become so severe that blindness develops.
    • Hypermature state of cataract if left untreated,it can even lead to pain along with blindness.
    • If you have any of these symptoms, it's important to have an eye exam to determine whether your vision changes are due to cataracts or another eye condition
    Cataract surgeon in Ahmedabad.

    Are the latest advancements in Cataract surgery available at Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital?

    • Yes. Cataract surgery has experienced a significant transformation over the past few decades.
    • To provide you with the best visual results possible, Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital has always been at the forefront of implementing novel cataract treatment techniques including Phacoemulsification, and MICS cataract surgery.
    • Newer Multifocal and Extended depth of focus IOL’s also make it possible to work on computers and mobile phones without glasses.
    • With new developments, Cataract Surgeon in Ahmedabad at Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital achieve our mission to give patients vision so that they can enjoy their life to the fullest.
    • We are your answer If you are looking for the Best Doctor for Cataract Surgery in Ahmedabad.

    What are the Cataract surgery options at Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital?

    We offer a range of options for cataract surgery optimised for the individual needs of each patients.

    • Our surgeons will assess your eyes and based on your medical history, lifestyle needs, and vision goals, they can discuss which option best suits you.
    • We believe that everyone’s sight should be taken seriously, so we strive to provide our patients with the most advanced treatments available to give them back their clearest vision.
    • If you or someone you know is suffering from cataracts, contact us today for Cataract Surgery in Ahmedabad
    • At Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital, you get Cataract Surgery at Affordable Cost in Ahmedabad in a safe and effective way to restore vision.
    • We are among a select few Cataract Surgery Hospital in Ahmedabad which offer a range of options for cataract surgery through the best Cataract Surgeon in Ahmedabad.
    • Our treatment options for Cataract Surgery in Ahmedabad are optimised for the individual needs of each patient, including traditional phacoemulsification and MICS Cataract surgery.

    What are my intraocular lens options?

    No. Type Pros Cons
    1 MONOFOCAL IOL Good vision for distance without glasses. The Aspheric monofocal lens gives you better contrast especially in dim light conditions No glare and halos at night You will have to wear glasses for near work (reading and computers).
    2 TORIC IOL For correcting significant cylindrical power. Sharp Distance vision without glasses. No glare and halos at night You will have to wear glasses for near work (reading and computers).
    3 Multifocal IOL(Bifocal IOL) Good vision for distance and near without glasses. Problem of glare and haloes at night.
    4 Extended Depth Of Focus IOL(EDOF) Good vision for distance, computer vision and near without glasses. No glare and haloes at night. Better light transmission. For very small print a reading aid may be needed
    5 TRIFOCAL IOL Latest advancement in Multifocal IOL’s. Good vision for distance, computer vision and near without glasses. Better light transmission. Problem of glare and haloes at night.

    What is Phacoemulsification?

    Phacoemulsification is latest technology in Cataract surgery. It is a micro-incisional stitch less operation where cataract is emulsified by ultra sound energy, liquefied & sucked through the phacoemulsifier probe. A foldable intra- ocular lens is then implanted in the eye permanently.

    Vision restoration is possible in a short period of time & is least traumatic with early rehabilitation & recuperation.


    It is Stitchless. Hence healing is very fast.

    It is painless

    It is done under Topical anaesthesia (by putting drops.) So no need to patch the eye.

    Patient can get back to work in the shortest possible time

    Complete Cataract Treatment With Cutting Edge Technology

    Phaco machine

    Phaco Machine from Oertli,Switzerland is excellent surgical device that makes surgical interventions safer, easier and more efficient. With the use of this machine, Cataract is emulsified by ultra sound energy, liquefied & sucked through the phacoemulsifier probe.

    Optical biometer AL Scan

    Optical biometer AL-Scan From NIDEK, Japan is an intuitive, user-friendly, highly accurate non-invasive automated machine used for measuring the 6 clinical parameters of the eye just within 10 seconds. Accurate measurements are critical for determining the correct power of an IOL before it is implanted during cataract surgery.

    Slit Lamp

    The binocular slit-lamp examination provides a stereoscopic magnified view of the eye structures in detail, which helps in diagnosis of variety of eye conditions. Used with special lenses held close to the eye, the slit lamp also provides detailed views of the back of the eye(Retina). A slit-lamp exam is usually done during a regular checkup by your expert doctor before the cataract surgery procedure.

    I Care tonometer

    I care tonometer is a quick and simple test that checks the pressure inside your eyes. The results can help your doctor see if you're at risk for glaucoma. The pressure inside your eye is called intraocular pressure (IOP).


    World best Carl Zeiss Opmi Lumera I Microscope from Germany is the high tech modern optical instrument in this modern era of ophthalmic surgeries. It provides the surgeon with a magnified and illuminated high-quality image of the small ophthalmic structures during high precision cataract surgery. Being binocular the surgical microscopes gives the additional benefit of high-quality stereoscopy.

    Optical Coherence Tomography(OCT)

    The Optovue OCT embodies the latest technology in retinal, optic nerve and anterior segment OCT imaging to deliver unprecedented views and in-depth analysis of ocular structures.It is used to see the health of optic nerve and macula before cataract surgery.


    A Keratometer is a diagnostic instrument used for measuring the curvature of the anterior surface of the cornea, which also helps to assess the amount and axis of astigmatism.This measured value of the corneal curvature helps in determining the power of the IOL in cataract surgery.

    A scan

    A Scan from Biomedix is used to determine Axial length of the eye which helps in determining the power of iol in cataract surgery.


    An intraocular lens (IOL) is a clear, artificial lens implant used to replace a cloudy natural lens in cataract surgery.


    Don’t just take our word.
    Here’s what patients have to say!

    Despite the fact that many clinics use the most up-to-date technology, Ranchhodrai eye hospital and it's staff stand out because they take a sensitive and human approach to patient care.went for my father's cataract surgery when we went in for the examination, they examined all of their personal attention, complete clarity of the illness, and a clear diagnosis is at the heart of their approach. My father underwent surgery and took all the necessary precautions first, and we feel satisfied and safe under their care and the explanations he provided. They also had appropriate billing sections, which impressed me. I recommend Ranchhodrai eye hospital, memnagar to everyone looking for the best eye surgeon.

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    Know more about

    Cataract surgery in Ahmedabad.

    When should cataracts be removed?

    Usually, when you start having difficulty doing your daily activities you need to have cataract surgery. If you’re having trouble reading, watching TV, or driving, it’s time to talk to your eye surgeon about what can be done. Modern cataract surgery can be performed successfully and safely in any season including summers and the rainy season.

    Can Cataract Surgery Be Performed On Both Eyes At The Same Time?

    If you have cataracts in both eyes, surgery typically is performed on one eye, and then at least a week later it's performed on the second eye. This approach allows the first eye to recover and your vision in that eye to stabilize before surgery is performed on the fellow eye.

    Is there any pain during cataract surgery?

    There is no pain as such during cataract surgery.Cataract surgery is performed under Topical anaesthesia( By use of anaesthetic eye drops). Very minimal discomfort might be experienced during surgery.

    What is the life of an Intraocular Lens?

    Once the IOL is implanted in the eye, it remains in place for the remainder of one’s lifetime

    Will my choice of replacement lens make that much of a difference to my vision?

    The lens makes a big difference to the final vision after surgery. Check out to PREMIUM IOLS to learn more about replacement lens options and how to talk to your surgeon about what you want out of your cataract surgery.

    How does cataract surgery is been carried out?

    Modern cataract surgery is one of the safest and most successful forms of surgery. The steps of surgery are After instilling topical anaesthetic eye drops a micro incision of 2 to 2.8 mm is first made in the cornea. A smooth round opening is then made in the front part of the lens capsule, which is a thin membrane enclosing the entire lens. All cloudy lens material within the lens capsule is then removed through the same incision by the procedure of phacoemulsification using a thin titanium probe that emits high-speed ultrasound waves, vibrating at 40,000 times per second. This breaks the cataract into tiny pieces, which are then suctioned out of the eye through the same probe. A Foldable Intraocular Lens (IOL) is introduced through the same small incision, and placed within the capsule of the lens where it unfolds and stays in place securely. Micro incisions such as those used in phacoemulsification seal themselves immediately after surgery and heal very quickly and allow one to return to normal work and activities within a few days. This is currently the most effective method for removing cataracts

    What is the cost of Cataract Surgery?

    At Ranchhodrai Eye Hospital, we make sure that our sterilisation methods adhere to the highest norms and we follow a thorough safety checklist for all our patients, regardless of which package you choose. Package cost varies depending upon the type of surgery and type of lens you choose. We have a wide variety of lenses and our packages start from about Rs. 12,000 .The final cost of surgery will be decided after consultation with our cataract surgeon.

    Can I Have Cataract Surgery If I Have Glaucoma?

    Yes, it's possible to have cataract surgery if you have glaucoma. Cataract surgery may lower high eye pressure, reducing the number of medications you need to manage your glaucoma. Also, it may be possible for your cataract surgeon to recommend a glaucoma surgery at the same time as your cataract procedure is performed to address both conditions at once. Additional follow-up visits may be needed for glaucoma patients after cataract surgery to more closely monitor eye pressure and adjust medications for optimum management of their glaucoma.

    My doc says I have a cataract, but he wants to wait some time before removing it. Why can’t we just take them out now?

    Early cataracts often cause little or no vision problems. Your eye doctor is probably monitoring your cataract to see if it worsens and more significantly affects your vision or lifestyle before recommending surgery.Some cataracts never reach the stage where they need to be removed. But when your cataract progresses and you begin to have trouble seeing clearly during everyday tasks, it's probably time to get check up done for cataract followed by cataract surgery.

    My eye specialist said I have mature or advanced cataracts. What does this mean?

    Mature or advanced cataracts means that your cataract is at the last stage of its evolution and has become completely opaque leading to extremely poor vision. When you have mature or advanced cataracts you will usually require surgery in a relatively short period of time.

    I have some medical problems. Can I get cataract surgery with diabetes and/or high BP etc.?

    Most patients with systemic illness such as diabetes and hypertension ( high blood pressure) can undergo cataract surgery if their parameters are under control and within acceptable limits. We urge you to let our ophthalmologist know your detailed medical history. Our ophthalmologists will explain to you.

    What are my replacement lens options?

    Depending on your needs, you can talk to your doctor about advanced-technology lenses that not only correct cataracts but also other vision issues. If you know you have astigmatism, then a toric advanced-technology lens that can correct both your cataract and astigmatic power may be your best option for seeing distant things clearly. If you have difficulty seeing things close up due to presbyopia, there are also lenses available to help you see more clearly without relying much on reading glasses. Or even if you have astigmatism and presbyopia at the same time, there are lenses which can help you.

    How is the IOL power calculated prior to cataract surgery?

    IOL power calculations at Ranchhodrai Eye hospital is done using diagnostic modalities such as immersion ultrasound and optical biometry for measuring the eye accurately before the operation. The NIDEK’s AL Scan(Optical Biometer) is available at the centre which is capable of extremely accurate measurement of the eye and calculation of the IOL power.

    Benefits of cataract surgery:

    There are numerous benefits of cataract surgery. These include: - Improved colour vision – colours are brighter and more vivid Greater clarity of vision – vision is crisper and sharper Improved quality of life – studies have repeatedly shown that people enjoy an improved quality of life after cataract surgery. Many people can resume driving, reading, writing, watching television, sewing, household work and using a computer immediately after some time.

    Confused about what’s best for you?

    We are happy to help!