Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery in Jaipur

Cataract is a common eye disorder that is developed in elder people because of aging. With age, protein that comprises eye lenses breaks down and affects vision clarity. Cataract results in blurred and clouding of vision. Cataract multifocal surgery is one of the methods adopted for treating such conditions.

Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery Hospitals in Jaipur
Jain Eye Clinic And Hospital

Jain Eye Clinic And Hospital
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 38000.00

K-4-A, Fatehtiba, Opp.Muslim School, Moti Doongri Road
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
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Centre For Sight - Vaishali Nagar

Centre For Sight - Vaishali Nagar
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 15000.00

1st And 2nd Floor, Uniqque Aspire, C-13,14, Cosmos Colony, Amrapali Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302021
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Anupam Hospital

Anupam Hospital
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 48000.00

C-30, Pankaj Singhvi Marg, Vidhansabha Road, Lalkothi,
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302015
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Max Vision Eye Care Centre

Max Vision Eye Care Centre
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 44000.00

273, Gomes Defense Colony, Opp. Psj Jeweller, Near Vaishali Circle, Gautam Marg,
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302021
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Anand Hospital & Eye Centre

Anand Hospital & Eye Centre
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 92400.00

21, Bharat Mata Lane, Jamna Lal Bajaj Marg, C-V Scheme
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001
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ASG Hospital Limited - Bani Park

ASG Hospital Limited - Bani Park
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 102000.00

D-247, Bihari Marg, Opp K P Automobiles, Bani Park,
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302016
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Imperial Hospital & Research Center

Imperial Hospital & Research Center
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 40000.00

Near Kanwatia Circle, Shastri Nagar
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302033
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Soni Hospital

Soni Hospital
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 19500.00

38, Kanota Bagh
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
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Barala Hospital & Research Centre

Barala Hospital & Research Centre
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 35000.00

Radha Swami Bagh, NH - 11 Road, Jaipur Road, Chomu
Jaipur, Rajasthan 303702
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Deep Hospital and Research Centre

Deep Hospital and Research Centre
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 38000.00

Khatipura Road, Jhotwara, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302012
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Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital

Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 43000.00

RIICO Institutional Area, Sitapura, Tonk Road
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302022
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Curewell Hospital

Curewell Hospital
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 30000.00

1/51-53, S.F.S. Mansarovar
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302020
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Saket Hospital

Saket Hospital
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 40000.00

10, Meera Marg, Agarwal Form, Mansarovar
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302020
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Marudhar Hospital

Marudhar Hospital
Cost of Cataract (Multifocal Lens) Surgery: 50000.00

A-93,99, Singh Bhoomi, Kahatipura Road, Kahatipura
Jaipur, Rajasthan 302012
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In cataract surgery procedure, natural defected eye lens is replaced with artificial eye lens. There are two types of eye lens- unifocal and multifocal. Unifocal eye lens makes distant objects appear clearer and one has to use spectacles to view nearby objects distinctly. In case of multi-focal lens, objects at distance, intermediate and nearby - all can be viewed quite clearly sans use of spectacles. This is the biggest advantage of using multi-focal lens. You don't have to use spectacles to view nearby objects. Cost of multi-focal cataract surgery may be more than unifocal cataract surgery since the quality of lens is better and provides more use.

Symptoms of cataract have been mentioned below:

Prior to cataract surgery, doctor will conduct small tests to evaluate your blood glucose level, blood pressure etc. These things may hamper surgery if they are not in normal range. Hence, cataract surgery is always performed when blood pressure and blood glucose level is in appropriate ranges. Post surgery, you may be required to wear goggles to protect your eyes from dust and grime, and harmful ultraviolet radiation emitted by sun.