YAG LASER CAPSULOTOMY

The YAG laser machine is used to make an opening in this thickened capsule and thus enabling light into the eye, improving the clarity of the vision, provided the rest of the eye is healthy.

Why do you need YAG?

The natural lens of the eye is surrounded by, and contained within a transparent capsular bag. When performing cataract surgery, the Surgeon carefully opens the front portion of the capsule in order to remove the lens. After completely removing the natural lens, a new artificial intraocular lens is positioned inside the capsular bag. This clear capsule supports the intraocular lens implant. Following cataract surgery, the capsule may become thickened and can cause blurred, hazy vision.

Time duration required 

 YAG capsulotomy is an outpatient procedure and can take just minutes to perform, 2 hours must be allowed for the appointment.

Risk Factors

  • Inflammation

  • Elevated intraocular pressure

  • Lens pitting

  • Floaters

  • Cystoid Macular Oedema (CMO)

  • Retinal detachment

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CONTACT:

MOORFIELDS PRIVATE EYE HOSPITAL

Lenka Furuglyasova 

Tel: 077 2064 3561

Email: moorfields.sahmad@nhs.net

CLINICA LONDON

Jenny Burrows and/or Lizi Grainger

Tel: 020 7935 7990

Email: secretary@clinicalondon.co.uk

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