Cataract Surgery Kingston, London

A cataract is cloudiness of the lens inside your eyes and it can develop in one or both eyes, causing vision to become blurry or hazy. You may also be troubled by glare in bright lights or even have difficulty seeing in the dark. Although it is frightening to think of the need for cataract surgery, it helps to know that it is one of the most rewarding and safest operations available and the visual benefits can be life changing. If you are looking for help with cataract surgery in Kingston, The Sight Clinic is at hand to help.

Cataract Surgery Kingston

Not only can cataract surgery restore your sight, it can also help correct the need for glasses and treat common problems, such as astigmatism, with specialised intraocular lenses. Our consultant ophthalmic surgeon, Miss Sivagnanavel, will give you all the advice you need to make the best choice for you.

Phacoemulsification cataract surgery is usually performed as an outpatient procedure under a local anaesthetic, so you do not need to worry about staying overnight in a hospital. Most patients are able to go back to their usual life soon after cataract surgery.

Why choose The Sight Clinic?

Miss Sivagnanavel specialises in advanced cataract surgery, especially in patients with diseases of the retina such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and uveitis. After her specialist training at Moorfields Eye Hospital and Kings College London, she became the Lead Retina Consultant at London’s Kingston Hospital. She was awarded a Clinical Excellence award in 2014.

If you would like to know more about cataract surgery Kingston, then get in touch with the Sight Clinic in London today. Our friendly and professional staff will support and guide you through your journey to better sight.