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Below is a description of common eye surgery procedures. The National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health has contributed information to the descriptions.transplanting the cornea. On Cataract surgery, while removing the damaged portion of your cornea and replacing it with healthy donor tissue, the doctor uses a special tool to keep your eye open. Both a full thickness corneal transplant (penetrating keratoplasty) and a partial thickness transplant are options available to doctors.
Another related process, on Corneal transplant, while removing the damaged portion of your cornea and replacing it with healthy donor tissue, the doctor uses a special tool to keep your eye open. Both a full thickness corneal transplant (penetrating keratoplasty) and a partial thickness transplant are options available to doctors (lamellar keratoplasty).
Here is the procedure done while the surgery of Glaucoma surgeries are taken.Doctors use a shunt, a tiny tube used in glaucoma implants, is inserted by the doctor into the white of the patient's eye with very special care. After the implantation the shunt allows extra fluid to drain from the eye, reducing eye pressure. A trabeculectomy involves the doctor making a tiny hole under your eyelid at the top of your eye to allow the extra fluid to drain.
Now, let's talk about Lasik which is basically a short form of laser in-situ keratomileusis. This is a blessing of modern technology. Adults with nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism benefit from this laser eye surgery because the surgeon alters the cornea's shape by using a powerful laser beam. For patients with dry eyes or thin corneas, photorefractive keratectomy, more commonly known as PRK, may be used as an alternative to LASIK.
Strabismus is a problematic eye condition where the eyes don’t move together as a pair. When a person has strabismus, one or both of their eyes may drift inward, outward, upward, or downward. Surgery is not the only option for treatment, but if it is necessary, a surgeon will use techniques to weaken or strengthen the eye muscles in an effort to return them to their normal position. This might entail cutting a muscle in half or reattaching a muscle to another area of the eye.
We recommend you always take early steps whenever you start to feel any such problems on your eye than making it late.
A damaged or detached retina can be fixed using a variety of techniques, some of which can be combined. The doctor may use a freezing probe (cryopexy) or a laser to make tiny burns that will repair a tear or hole and help keep your retina in place (photocoagulation).