Micro Incision Cataract Surgery with Unifocal Lens Cost

Micro incision cataract surgery (MICS) is another sub-type of cataract surgery to cure cloudy formation in the eyes. This type of advanced treatment has helped doctors in improving the results of the surgery. In this technique, the cataract surgery is performed using new and sophisticated surgical tools. It requires a minimum incision of 1.8 mm. The surgical technique has become the best option for undergoing minimal invasive cataract surgery.

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Following are the minimum, maximum & average costs for Micro Incision Cataract Surgery with Unifocal Lens in top 14 cities of India.
City NameAvg. CostMin. CostMax. Cost
Ahmedabad 43222 23000 65000
Bengaluru 40994 29400 71000
Chennai 43231 20000 60000
Faridabad 45000 35000 50000
Ghaziabad 41750 30000 50000
Gurgaon 38333 37000 40000
Hyderabad 43555 28000 80000
Jaipur 28631 14000 44200
Kolkata 31367 16700 40000
Lucknow 47400 37000 70000
Mumbai 44790 25000 120000
New Delhi 37125 15000 60000
Pune 36569 28000 54000

The advantages of microincision cataract surgery are:

Better post-operative outcomes, Minimum invasive, painless surgery, and refined patient comfort Improves the patient's ability to focus and lesson failure of IOL Faster healing and recovery time, thereby returning to normal life quickly.

A unifocal lens implant restores vision after a cataract surgery at a satisfactory rate enabling the patient to get back to routine activities as before the surgery. Although wearing glasses becomes necessary when reading or sewing, using them for viewing distant objects also helps a lot.

The MICS procedure is carried out using Phacoemulsification technique. In this technique, the cataract is broken with the help of an ultrasound probe, and removed by applying suction methods.

Different types of lenses one can find in the market are: Rigid lens or non – foldable, foldable, Hydrophilic, Multifocal Acrylic, MICS, Hydrophobic. In case of unifocal lens implanted, the patient almost always has to depend on glasses.