Discover a surprising option for life-changing cataract surgery in Vienna

You can fix cataracts AND remove your need for reading glasses at the same time!

Discover a surprising option for life-changing cataract surgery in Vienna

You can fix cataracts AND remove your need for reading glasses at the same time!

Fix your cataracts early and read again without glasses in 3 simple steps

Many people don’t realise they have options when it comes to cataract surgery. We’ll help you make the right choice

Get In Touch

The only way to avoid missing out on this huge opportunity to fix your cataracts AND read again without glasses is to attend an assessment. So give our friendly team a call on 01 3617227, or request a callback to save your spot now.

We’ll Meet

At your assessment, we’ll answer all your questions and help you choose the best type of cataract surgery for you based on your needs and lifestyle. You’ll leave feeling excited about your next steps.

Restore Your Youth

After treatment, patients are over the moon. They no longer need to worry about their cataracts getting worse. Those who took the opportunity to restore their reading vision tell us how young they feel now that they no longer need glasses to read a menu or check their phone.

Your journey to a cataract-free life begins now

Fed up with cloudy vision? Stop cataracts in their tracks and let your journey to a cataract-free life begin.

Why is cataract surgery necessary?

When cataracts are left untouched, they can worsen over time. That’s why, for cataract sufferers, surgery is a must.

Most of us will develop a cataract in our lifetime and have to choose how and when we want to have the cataract removed. But there’s no such thing as a “one size fits all” approach.

Surgery to replace the cloudy lens is the only way to improve your eyesight, and with three types of surgery available, you’re sure to find an option to suit you.

Find out more about each of the surgeries below.

Standard cataract surgery

If you’re looking to remove cataracts yet continue to wear glasses, conventional cataract surgery is the ideal surgery for you.

This is one of the most common surgeries in the world and ultimately allows you to enjoy life with an unclouded vision post-surgery.

The main goal with cataract surgery is to achieve a high level of distance vision. However, you will still likely require glasses for near vision activities like reading and mid-range like using a computer after the surgery.

Lifestyle cataract surgery

If you live an active lifestyle, lifestyle cataract surgery is the best option for you, helping to restore clear vision for your busy and active life.

In this surgery, we replace the cataract with a lens that has a range of focus, otherwise known as extended depth of focus intraocular (EDOF) lens technology.

By removing your cataracts and correcting your prescription, you can participate in most of your favourite activities without worrying about wearing glasses or contact lenses.

After surgery, you’ll be able to enjoy a broader range of vision, from 50cm to far distance, compared to conventional cataract surgery.

Laser cataract surgery

Laser cataract surgery helps to restore your vision while also significantly reducing or eliminating your dependency on glasses. This means you can mostly say goodbye to glasses, whether you rely on them for reading or distance.

The term ‘laser eye surgery’ refers to the precise and pre-programmed laser that will make the openings into the patient’s eye. It’s also known as laser-assisted cataract surgery, or femtosecond cataract surgery.

Laser cataract surgery uses the latest technology in cataract surgery and can include laser vision correction to maximise your freedom from glasses after cataract removal.

Many patients find having less dependence on their glasses revitalises their energy and gives them a level of confidence they never knew they’d lost.

Your journey to a cataract-free life begins now

Fed up with cloudy vision? Stop cataracts in their tracks and let your journey to a cataract-free life begin.

Why is cataract surgery necessary?

When cataracts are left untouched, they can worsen over time. That’s why, for cataract sufferers, surgery is a must.

Most of us will develop a cataract in our lifetime and have to choose how and when we want to have the cataract removed. But there’s no such thing as a “one size fits all” approach.

Surgery to replace the cloudy lens is the only way to improve your eyesight, and with three types of surgery available, you’re sure to find an option to suit you.

Find out more about each of the surgeries below.

Standard cataract surgery

If you’re looking to remove cataracts yet continue to wear glasses, standard cataract surgery is the ideal surgery for you.

This is one of the most common surgeries in the world and ultimately allows you to enjoy life with an unclouded vision post-surgery.

The main goal with cataract surgery is to achieve a high level of distance vision. However, you will still likely require glasses for near vision activities like reading and mid-range like using a computer after the surgery.

Lifestyle cataract surgery

If you live an active lifestyle, lifestyle cataract surgery is the best option for you, helping to restore clear vision for your busy and active life.

In this surgery, we replace the cataract with a lens that has a range of focus, otherwise known as extended depth of focus intraocular (EDOF) lens technology.

By removing your cataracts and correcting your prescription, you can participate in most of your favourite activities without worrying about wearing glasses or contact lenses.

After surgery, you’ll be able to enjoy a broader range of vision, from 50cm to far distance, compared to standard cataract surgery.

Laser cataract surgery

Laser cataract surgery helps to restore your vision while also significantly reducing or eliminating your dependency on glasses. This means you can mostly say goodbye to glasses, whether you rely on them for reading or distance.

The term ‘laser eye surgery’ refers to the precise and pre-programmed laser that will make the openings into the patient’s eye. It’s also known as laser-assisted cataract surgery, or femtosecond cataract surgery.
Laser cataract surgery uses the latest technology in cataract surgery and can include laser vision correction to maximise your freedom from glasses after cataract removal.

Many patients find having less dependence on their glasses revitalises their energy and gives them a level of confidence they never knew they’d lost.

Fix your cataracts early AND read again without glasses

I bet you don’t feel old enough to be needing reading glasses? What about being told you have the early stages of cataracts? Book an assessment today and discover how you could make your eyes feel 10 to 20 years younger!

Different types of cataract surgery for different needs

Together, we’ll assess your candidacy and recommend the best solution to suit your needs and lifestyle

Standard Cataract Surgery Lifestyle Cataract Surgery
Removal of cataract
Dependence on glasses after surgery

Reading glasses/glasses for distance vision not required

Reading glasses/glasses for distance vision required

Implants Premium Lenses (Trifocal/EDOF Implants) High-quality standard lenses
Correction of astigmatism included not included
Laser-assisted cataract surgery

(Femto Cataract Surgery)

possible possible

Have you been told you have cataracts?

See which scenario below sounds most like you to discover your best solution