Best Cataract Surgeon in Delhi

Advanced Cataract Surgery in Delhi by Top Cataract Surgeon at Affordable Cost

Know About Cataract Surgery

A cataract is a dense and cloudy area formed in the lens of the eye. Generally, it begins when the proteins in the eye clump and it prevents the lens from sending clear images to the retina. Well, it develops during old age but it can occur in young children and even infants. The result of a cataract is blurred vision and bright light sensitivity. It expedites the progressive diminishing of vision that results in poor life quality and interference in daily activities. If you are facing any symptoms of a cataract then an early detection of a cataract will help you decide under the professional guidance of the best cataract surgeon in Delhi.

Cataracts can form in both eyes but may not be at the same time. The only way to stop the progress of the cataract is surgery. Through cataract surgery, the natural lens is taken out and an artificial lens is an artificial intraocular lens, also known as IOL. IOL is placed inside the eye. The surgery helps in restoring natural and even normal vision.

Causes of Cataract

  • Smoking
  • Ultraviolet Radiation
  • Long-term Use of Steroids
  • Diabetes
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Trauma
  • Overproduction of Oxidants

Different Symptoms of Cataracts

  • Trouble seeing at night
  • Seeing colors as faded
  • Halos surrounding the light
  • Vision gets blurred
  • Double Vision
  • Blurred Vision
  • Need for frequent change of glasses

Different Types of Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery has evolved with various techniques to restore clear vision. Several types of cataract surgery are available, each with its unique approach:

  • Nuclear Cataracts: It forms the middle of the lens and causes the nucleus to turn yellow.

  • Cortical Cataracts: They are wedge-shaped and formed around the edge of the nucleus.

  • Traumatic Cataracts: Generally, they develop after an injury to the eye.

  • Congenital Cataracts: The type of cataract formed during birth or form during the baby’s birth.

  • Posterior Capsular Cataracts: This type of cataract forms very fast and affects the back of the lens.

  • Secondary Cataracts: An overdose of steroid prednisone and other medication can sometimes lead to this type of cataract.

  • Radiation Cataracts: They form after a person undergoes radiation treatment for cancer.

Diagnosis Done To Check Cataract

The world-class cataract surgeon in Delhi will review your medical history and perform an eye examination and the tests associated with it. They are:

  • Visual Acuity Test: It is the normal eye chart that helps you to read the series of letters, by closing the alternative eye. The eye specialist doctor determines your 20/20 vision and sees if your vision shows any signs of impairment.

  • Slit-lamp Examination: The microscope or slit lamp uses an extreme line of light to brighten your cornea, iris, lens, and space between the iris and cornea. It helps our eye experts to view the structures and detect any tiny abnormalities.

  • Retinal Exam: To examine the back of your eye our doctors use eye drops to widely open your pupils. The doctor uses an ophthalmoscope to examine your lens for any signs of a cataract.

After a thorough evaluation of the eye, an eye surgeon will talk with you about the best- visual acuity. They will help you to judge with trial lenses if you are at all comfortable with these eyeglasses in your daily life.

In case, you feel uncomfortable, the cataract doctor will talk with you about the prospect of cataract surgery with the available techniques.

Different Types of Cataract Treatment

The surgery has long been demonstrated to be an effective cataract treatment in Delhi. With technological advancement, cataract surgery is now much safer, and you can get accurate vision. It involves a minimal amount of risks.

However, the decision to opt for this cataract treatment is determined by how much the vision is damaged. Some people with cataracts have observed that their vision gradually improves by using glasses, or stronger lighting. However, if both eyes get affected by cataracts, each eye needs to be operated on to fix the problem.

The common surgical procedures are:

Extracapsular Cataract Extraction

In this process, ultrasound waves are used for breaking up the lens or it is either extracted via a tiny hollow tube. This process is called phacoemulsification, or phaco. The normal lens capsule that surrounds the lens is left intact.

Intracapsular Cataract Extraction

In this process, both the lens as well as the lens capsule gets removed. This process is much older and only performed in very rare instances. Once the lens gets removed, it is to be replaced with any one of these ways:

  • During cataract surgery, an artificial lens is placed in the eye.
  • A contact lens.
  • Special cataract glasses with very powerful magnification.

Risk Factors Associated With Cataract

  • People Aged 60 Years and Above
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Any Previous Eye Injury
  • Excessive Sun Exposure
  • History of Steroid Use

What are the latest surgical techniques for cataract treatment?

Latest technologies are used for cataract surgery by our experienced cataract surgeons in Delhi:-

Microincision or Regular Phaco Cataract Surgery

In traditional microincision and phacoemulsification cataract surgery, capsulotomy is done manually by making use of a bent needle. This opening allows the ultrasound waves to coalesce the natural lens of the eye before it is taken out of the eye with the help of a vacuum. When it is manually performed, this capsulotomy tends to go to one side, results in the capsular bag tear. This implies that the Intraocular lens which gets implanted might not as stable as it needs to be.

Robotic or Femtosecond Cataract Surgery

To eliminate the error caused by microincision surgery, this Femtosecond laser cataract surgery was developed. It makes use of a laser beam for creating the capsulotomy and further reducing the likelihood of human error and any other complications. Though it requires a little more time you will get an excellent visual. It is at 100 pct. This surgery is known for being painless and stitch-less. This surgery cannot be done on patients with small pupils.

ZeptoCapsulotomy Cataract Surgery

This type of surgery is cheaper than femtosecond cataract surgery and uses a handled disposable apparatus to create a strong capsulotomy. It also results in fewer logistical challenges and costs and less surgical time. We provide this surgery more safely.


Cataract Surgery has been approved by US FDA. It is considered to be the safest procedure for spec removal.

Cataract Surgery Cost in Delhi

The cost of laser cataract surgery in delhi depends on various factors; one of them being the age of the person and the other being previous medical histories. You can ask your ophthalmologist to give you an estimate of the surgery based on the procedure you choose.

Best Cataract Surgeon in Delhi | Dr. Surya Kant Jha

Dr. Surya Kant Jha is the best surgeon for Cataract Surgery. When you want to get Cataract Surgery in Delhi done, then it is really important to choose a good cataract surgeon for your surgery. At EVA Dr. Suryakant Jha is the best cataract surgeon in Delhi with the latest infrastructure and technology. We give most beneficial results after cataract surgery by our top surgeon.

Why Choose Dr. Surya Kant Jha For Cataract Surgery?

Dr. Suryakant Jha is an ideal cataract surgeon for cataract surgery for several reasons:

  • Experienced and Skilled Surgeon
  • Cutting-edge Technology
  • Personalized Care
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities
  • Positive Patient Feedback
  • Patient-Centric Approach

If you have been diagnosed with cataracts, or are concerned about cataracts, there is no need to worry. At Eterna Vision & Aesthetics, the best eye hospital for cataract surgery in Delhi, Dr. Surya Kant Jha is one of the best cataract surgeons in Delhi India, ready to provide expert consultation for all your eye-related concerns.

Patient Feedback


Yes, surgery is the only effective treatment for cataracts. As they progress, they can significantly impact your vision, and surgery is the best way to address this.

There is no medication for cataracts. However, different surgical procedures are available for treating cataract. The surgical procedures that could be chosen are Extracapsular cataract extraction and Intracapsular cataract extraction.

There won’t be any visible scarring but there might be a small redness in the eye. After the surgery, you will be able to go home by wearing an eye pad and shield. The shield must be worn for the first week at night. Your vision will start to improve after the second day. However, you might experience a slight blurring or misting in the eyes, which would improve with time.

The moment you face difficulty with your vision, you can talk with your ophthalmologist.

A cataract starts to develop from the age of 40 and it intensifies when one attains the age of 50 and 60.

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