Cataract services at ANMEI

    • Phaco-emulsification: with ALCON (USA) and ABOTT (USA) Machines
    • Intra-ocular lens implants through SICS
    • Hydrophobic Acrylic IOLs
    • Multi-focal IOLs
    • Yag Laser Capsulotomy
    • Refractive IOLs
    • Piggy Back IOLs
    • Toric IOL
    • Multifocal IOL
    • Refractive Lensectomy
    • Higher end Phaco-emulsification systems ALCON Infiniti, ABOTT USA – Enables us to perform micro-incision ( As small as 2.2 mm size incision) suture-less surgery ( quick recovery, self-healing, no-stitch) Cataract surgery under topical anaesthesia
infinity ozil usa

Infinity Ozil USA

Sovereign Compact Usa

Sovereign Compact USA


High end Microscopes: Microscopes (Zeiss) which help in perfect visualization / vision.
Surgical instruments which help in minimal post operative refractive errors

moller wedel microscope

Moller Wedel Microscope


Moller Wedel Microscope


Carl Zeiss Microscope


Carl Zeiss Microscope

Nidek YAG laser

ND YAG laser to treat posterior capsular opacification occurring after cataract surgery


Nidek YAG laser

Bio-medix A-Scan

A-Scan to calculate intra ocular lens powers in normal eyes and in eyes with pre existing problems (High myopes & Post-retina surgeries),
Optical Pachymetry which allow us to select the correct surgical options for the patients & digital slit lamp photography unit
Contrast sensitivity testing equipments are available.
All types of cataract surgeries including refractive cataract surgeries (Toric, Pseudo-accomodative lenses, LRI )

Complex cataract surgeries

Majority of the cataract surgeries are performed using phaco-emulsification technique under Topical Anesthesia.
There are multiple IOL choices available for the surgeries which are explained below.These lenses can be inserted through a small 1.8 to 2.8 mm opening
Aberration free/ Aspheric IOLS
These IOLs gives good quality of post operative vision due to the lens design, it also improves the contrast sensitivity of the patient and good night vision. These lenses also filter the harmful UV light and blue light which are said to be harmful to the retina.
Toric IOLS

These IOLs correct the pre existing corneal astigmatism there by reducing the possibility of spectacle wear for distant vision post operatively.
Multifocal IOLs
These IOLs provide clear vision for all distances hence almost 90% of the day-to-day activities can be performed without the need for additional glasses. Rarely the patient may experience glare during nights post operatively but usually gets adapted within a few months.
Accomodating IOLs
These IOLs have flexible hinges that enables them to change focus for different distances hence providing clear distance, intermediate and near vision without glasses.

Cataract Specialist: Dr. L. S. Jhala