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Everybody Deserves To See The World Clearly.
We feel that everyone deserves to have a healthy vision. That’s why we’ve set out to deliver the finest eye care possible.
Why Cataract Surgery from Eyemantra?
Free Surgery Consultation
Laser Painless Procedure
EMI / Cashless Facilities
Free Post Surgery Consultation
Dedicated Care Companion
Most Affordable Surgery
Why LASER Cataract Surgery?
|Basis||Traditional Cataract Surgery||Laser Cataract Surgery|
|Use of blade||Surgeon practices blade to create a hole in the eye for surgery.||No use of the blade in laser surgery as everything is through machines and computers.|
|Time is taken in surgery||The procedure takes about 20-30 minutes per eye.||This procedure takes less than 5 minutes.|
|Blade-free||It’s not 100% blade-free surgery.||It is 100% blade-free, with no pain and stitches during surgery.|
|Risk||It is slightly computer-controlled but has lots of risk factors.||The existence of an OPC is never dependent on the Nominee or Director. Can be dissolved by Regulatory Authorities.|
Cost of Cataract Surgery at Eyemantra
|MICS / PHACO||Monofocal||10,000||1.2mm incision|
|MICS||Multifocal||30,000||Anti PCO ring, Blue light filter|
|MICS||Trifocal||45,000||HD Vision, Anti-Glare, Anti PCO ring, Blue light filter|
|MICS||Toric||30,000||Anti-Glare, Anti PCO ring, Blue light filter|
|Zepto Cataract||Multifocal / Trifocal / Toric||50,000||Robotic lens insertion|
|Femto Cataract||Multifocal / Trifocal / Toric||60,000||Laser cataract | Smaller incision | No stitches|
Hear from our Patients & Doctors
“I had cataract surgery a little over a year ago, and it was the best decision I ever made. My vision is now so clear, and I don’t have to worry about my eyesight deteriorating any further. Surgery was quick and easy, and the staff at Eyemantra were amazing. I would highly recommend this procedure to anyone considering it.”
– Pooja Mehta
Frequently Asked Question's
Patients often assume that a cataract must be well advanced before surgery is necessary. This is not correct. If your start to notice visual disturbances, you should ask your ophthalmologist about the options available to you before it starts to affect your quality of life.
The surgery itself typically lasts between 15 to 20 minutes. However, if you add up the total time you spend with us (preparation, surgery, rest afterwards), the entire process takes between 2–3 hours.
The choice of artificial, or intraocular lens (IOL), that patients receive during cataract surgery depends on their lifestyle and their visual needs. Your surgeon will make a clear recommendation based on your stated needs.