International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) World Association of Eye Hospitals (WAEH)

Cataract Service

When light enters your eye, it passes through the transparent layer of tissue at the front of the eye (the cornea) and the lens, which focuses it on the light-sensitive layer of cells at the back of your eye (the retina).

Cataracts occur when changes in the lens of the eye (which is normally clear) cause it to become less transparent. The lens is a crystalline structure that sits just behind the pupil (the black circle in the centre of the eye).

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Our Cataract Surgeons

Dr. Chandana Sultana

Consultant

Dr. Majid Khan

Consultant

Dr. ASM Moin Uddin

Consultant

Dr. Mostafizur Rahman

Consultant

Dr. Md. Abdul Muyeed

Consultant

Dr. Nazmun Nahar

Consultant

Dr. Md. Rajeeb Alam

Consultant

Dr. Mohammed Rashed Alam

Consultant

Dr. Abdus Salam

Consultant

Prof.Dr. Sarwar Alam

Consultant

Dr. Muntakim Shahid

Consultant

Dr. Ahmed Zahir Bin Zia

Consultant

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How do I go about getting the correct treatment? (under process)
What are the type of surgeries available?
What is involved in the surgery?
What are the type of lenses?
What are the risks of surgery?
What post operative care can I expect?
What outcome can I expect from my surgery?
How many days does it take for a cataract surgery?
When can resume normal activities?
Am I a good candidate for multi focal lens?