Cataract Surgery in Ambala
Cataract surgery is usually recommended when your cataracts are impacting your daily life and causing problems such as difficulty driving, reading, or watching television. Cataract surgery is an extremely common and successful operation to treat cataracts. The operation itself is very straightforward and only takes a few minutes. It is usually performed under local anesthesia as a day case procedure, which means you can go home the same day. During the operation, the surgeon will make a small incision in your eye and insert an instrument called an intraocular lens (IOL). This replaces the cloudy natural lens that has been removed. Most people who have cataract surgery experienced significant improvement in their vision. In fact, around 98% of all operations are successful. In a small number of cases, further surgery may be required to treat complications or improve vision.
Symptoms Of Cataract
Cataract Surgery Cost in Ambala
The complete cost of cataract surgery in Ambala depends upon the “Type of lens” and the “type of surgery procedure”. However, the cost of a Cataract surgery in Ambala varies between Rs.10,000 to Rs.50,000. For example, the cost of a traditional cataract Surgery with “Indian Lens” starts at around Rs.10,000, Phaco Cataract Surgery with “Imported lens”, comes around Rs.20,000 and MICS with “Imported Lens” comes around Rs.35,000.
The cost of cataract surgery will also depend on the hospital and the eye doctor that you are choosing in Ambala. At MantraCare, we have a team of 30+ cataract surgeons in Ambala, with cataract surgery starting from Rs. 10,000.
Best Hospital For Cataract Surgery in Ambala
Ambala has many eye hospitals for cataract surgery such as Eye clinic Ambala, Eye Center Ambala, Eye Mantra Ambala by Mantracare . MantraCare is one of the leaders in Cataract treatment in Ambala with over 100,000+ eyes operated so far by its doctors.
We are amongst the 1st few to have a Laser Femto Assisted Surgery Unit in Ambala . The technology enables the correction of pre-existing astigmatism. Latest technology with a complete range of premium IOLs, gives the most beneficial results after cataract surgery by our top cataract surgeons in Ambala.
Our Ambala clinics are accessible from these localities
- Ambala Cantt
- Ghanaur Road
- Sector 9
- Jasmeet Nagar
- Baldev Nagar
- Manav Chowk
- Old Town
- Mahesh Nagar
- Model Town
- Ambala Sadar
- Anand Nagar
- Manmohan Nagar
- Gobind Nagar
- Jagadhari road
- Ram Nagar
- Dayal Bagh
- Ambala Chandigarh road
- Mahavir Nagar
- Karda Nagar
- Prem Nagar
- Jaggi Colony
- Durga Nagar
- Vatika City Central
- Luxmi Nagar
- Defence Colony
- Sadar Bazar
- Chain Mandi
- NH 1
- Patti Mehar
Top Cataract Surgeons in Ambala
Dr. Rajat Jain
Dr. Shweta Jain
Cataract, Retina, Glaucoma, Lasik
Dr. Poonam Gupta
Dr. Lalit Chaudhary
Cataract Facilities in Ambala
Cataract surgery cost in Ambala ranges from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 30,000 per eye. If you have cataracts in both eyes, the cost of surgery may range from Rs. 20,000 to Rs. 60,000 approximately.
There are various factors that are usually considered while calculating the overall cost of cataract surgery in Ambala. These factors include-
- Choice of the hospital for cataract surgery in Ambala
- The technique used for cataract removal (MICS, Femto or Phaco)
- Type of IOL (intraocular lens) chosen for replacement
- Post-surgery care and support
EyeMantra Ambala by MantraCare simplifies the surgical journey of the patient and provides comprehensive care:
- Advanced technique for cataract treatment in Ambala
- Best hospital for cataract surgery in Ambala
- Pick and drop service on the day of surgery
- All insurances covered with assistance
- Free follow-up consultations
To get in touch with the best cataract doctors in Ambala, you only need to call MantraCare. We have the best team of ophthalmologists that specialize in all kinds of cataract treatment in Ambala.
The pain, discomfort, irritation in the eyes, and other after-effects of surgery usually improve within 1-2 days. The full recovery may take 3 to 4 weeks. The doctor provides a new prescription for the eyes only after the healing is complete.
Cataract surgery is covered by almost all health insurance policies. If you are covered, you need not pay anything.