Medownick Low Stress Cataract Eye Surgery.
You may not be aware, but Cataract Surgery is the most commonly performed surgery of any kind, anywhere in the world. Over 120,000 Australians have cataract operation each year.
However, not all cataract operation makes use of the advanced surgical technology available, and patients can often suffer needlessly as a result.
Traditionally, cataract operation in Australia involves an injection around your eye, often painful stitches in the surface of your eye, plus the inconvenience of waiting until your bruised, black eye heals, in some cases. Low Stress Cataract™ Surgery eliminates this effect for all but a few cases.
Medownick Low Stress Cataract™ Surgery is virtually invisible and painless, and your sight may be restored almost immediately.
The technical name for Low Stress Cataract™ Surgery is Small Incision, Sutureless Cataract Operation. Its success rate exceeds 99%, it takes only 10 to 15 minutes, and is performed at a specially designed Day Theatre Suite at Epworth Hospital or at a boutique private hospital, where the emphasis is on maximum care for our patients, as well as comfort for accompanying friends or family.
But let’s start at the beginning. Read on How Low Stress Cataract™ Surgery Performed?
To discuss how we can improve your Vision with Cataract Operation, call us FREE on 1800 DR EYES (1800 37 3937) to talk to one of our Patient Care Team now or Contact us Online for your free cataract eye assessment today.
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