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What is a Cataract?

In a healthy eye, light enters the eye and passes through a clear transparent lens. In cataract, the lens becomes cloudy and blocks light from passing through. This causes blurred vision and limits your ability to see clearly.

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Cataract Causes & Risk Factors

Cataracts are caused by changes in the lens of the eye. A few things can increase your risk of cataract. These include:

Increased Age

Eye diseases like glaucoma, diabetes, and eye tumours

Prolonged Use of steroid drugs

Eye injuries

Direct exposure to sunlight

Symptoms of Cataract

Cloudy Vision
Cloudy Vision
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Sensitivity To Light
Diffuse light
Diffuse Light
Colours appear faded
Colours Appear Faded
Double vision in one eye
Double Vision In One Eye

Cataract Treatment

With availability of new advanced phaco systems, cataract treatment is a very comfortable and painless daycare process. It doesn’t require use of injection, suturing and bandage, enabling individual to start his/her routine activity within 15 days

No stitch

No patch

No injection

Return home within an hour of the procedure

Faster recovery and return to most of the normal activities within few days

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Why Magdum Eye Hospital for Cataract Surgery


The devices and disposables used here are US FDA approved

Use of high end consumables

World best and scientifically proven intraocular lenses (IOLS)

High end phacoemulsifiers called CENTURION with OZIL technology, the topmost technology with advanced safety features from Alcon, USA

Zeiss Lumira I operating Microscope

Single use devices

Strict aseptic precautions

Advance operation theatre with lamellar air flow with hepa filter and air handling unit to minimize infection

Daily sterilization of OT

Weekly evaluation

Extensive pre-operative evaluation of the eye allows for safer surgery

Know Your Doctor

Dr. Vijay Magdum


Dr. Vijay Magdum is a highly qualified and experienced ophthalmologist with extensive expertise in the field of anterior segment surgery. He holds an MBBS degree and has pursued DOMS at the National Institute of Ophthalmology in Pune, where he received guidance from the esteemed Dr. Shreekant Kelkar. Dr. Magdum has also completed his FCPS from Sir JJ Hospital and Grant Medical College in Mumbai, under the guidance of the renowned Dr. T P Lahane.

With over two decades of experience as a general ophthalmologist, Dr. Magdum is an expert in phaco (cataract surgery), glaucoma treatment, and Lasik surgery. He has a deep understanding of the anterior segment of the eye and is known for his compassionate care and personalized treatment approach. Dr. Magdum's patients appreciate his attention to detail and his ability to explain complex medical procedures in an easy-to-understand manner.

Dr. Vijay Magdum

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