Mr Saeed performs modern cataract surgery with small no stitch incision by phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation. Mr Saeed’s cataract surgery record is comparable to the national cataract data set with a very low complication rate. Mr Saeed takes on routine, low risk cataract surgery cases as well as complex high risk cataract surgery cases.

Mr Saeed recommends mono-focal intraocular lenses for patients undergoing cataract surgery to provide good vision at distance.

For patients with significant astigmatism, a special type of lens can be arranged called a toric lens. This lens needs to be ordered specially. Patients with astigmatism almost always need spectacles after cataract surgery. With toric lenses the need for spectacles can be reduced or spectacle prescription can be reduced. Mr Saeed uses Rayner Ray one toric lenses. 

Although multifocal lenses, (which can focus for distance and near) are available, this option does not suit everyone). An example is Alcon PanOptix lens. Patients who want this kind of lens usually need more tests and more time to get used to the lens after surgery. The lens is more expensive than standard lenses. Mr Saeed recommends this lens in selected patients and recommends cataract surgery with femto second laser asssisted capsulorexhsis, incisions and nuclear fractis. 

Mr Saeed is an expert in small incision Cataract surgery with phacoemulsification. He performs small incision cataract surgery with 2.2 mm incisions. The advantage with small incision size is no need for stitches. These incisions produce less astigmatism, heal quicker and lead to quicker overall recovery with reduced chances of per-operative problems.

Usually an anesthetist administers a local anesthetic to numb your eye. Then a tiny incision is made.A round opening is made in the front  layer of the cataract (anterior capsule). Instruments are then inserted in the eye which break the cataract into small pieces. The cataract is then sucked out. The eye is washed from the inside. An artificial lens is usually placed in the eye to improve the focus.

95% of patients do not have any complications. Mr Saeed has a very low rate of problems. You can check your surgeons performance by the NOD website. www.nodaudit.org.uk/public/surgeons/5199217

Problems and complications are rare. Usually the problems are minor, if encountered and can be rectified at the time of surgery or afterwards.

Mr Saeed performs cataract surgery at Spire Hospital Cheam, Ashtead hospital in Surrey. He performs femto second assisted cataract surgery at Royal Liverpool University hospital with toric lenses, multifocal lenses and premium lenses. 

    

Video of Cataract Surgery (By Mr. Saeed)