Achieve Better Vision With Refractive Lens Exchange Surgery By Dr Sharmina Khan


Posted April 18, 2022 by sharminakhan

A Specialist In The Field Of Ophthalmology - Sharmina Khan Eye Clinic
 
Blurry vision is inconvenient and annoying, and wearing contact lenses or glasses all of the time can be cumbersome. Fortunately, thanks to surgical advancements in the field of eye care and professional consultant ophthalmic surgeons like Sharmina Khan, one no longer has to live with blurry vision.

Many surgical treatments have been developed over the last few decades to help cure refractive problems in patients, one of which is known as refractive lens exchange surgery. Dr Sharmina Khan specialises in this type of eye surgery, alongside many other surgical eye treatments, at London's world-famous Moorfields Private Eye Hospital.

During this surgery, a patient's natural crystalline lens, which sits behind the iris, or the coloured region of the eye, is removed and replaced with a biocompatible artificial lens, instead of removing tissue from the cornea (as is the case in laser-assisted surgery).

Dr Sharmina Khan usually performs refractive lens exchange surgery at her eye clinic in London, and the procedure is performed under local anaesthetic to numb the eye and surrounding area. During the surgery, she makes a small incision in the front of the eye and inserts a small surgical tool through it. She will then remove the cataract, before inserting the artificial lens and stitching the cut closed. Although there is some minor eye discomfort for a few days following the surgery, there is no substantial downtime, and the eye will be totally recovered in six to eight weeks.

“People often confuse refractive lens exchange surgery with cataract surgery, and while the two surgeries appear to be very similar, there is one major difference: refractive lens exchange surgery is aimed at eliminating the need for contact lenses or glasses, whereas cataract surgery is done to remove the cloudy eye lens that causes vision to blur. Many individuals are not good candidates for laser eye surgery, in which cases a refractive lens exchange is the safest and most effective way to correct vision problems,” explained Helen Hughson, the practice secretary.

Dr Sharmina Khan is at the forefront of vision correction surgery, as she is dedicated to advancing innovative technology in the field of ophthalmology. She earned her medical degree from University College London in 1998 and went on to become a specialist cataract and lens surgeon in the city. In the last five years of her professional career, she has performed over 5,000 lens/cataract surgeries and she boast an excellent patient rating validated by Doctify.

To learn more about Dr Sharmina Khan and the revolutionary eye treatments she offers, you can visit her website which is brimming with information. If you want to schedule an appointment or have any questions, you can also reach out to her by phone or email.

About Us:

Sharmina Khan is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at London's world-famous Moorfields Private Eye Hospital. She joined the world-renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital in 2002 to specialise in Ophthalmology after graduating from University College London in 1998. She went on to finish advanced training in external eye disease, cataract surgery and corneal surgery and has worked as a consultant in both the commercial and NHS sectors for nearly 10 years. Ms Khan offers a wide range of eye procedures and treatments and has carried out over 5000 cataract/lens operations in the last five years. She runs her own premium eye clinic at Moorfields Private Eye Hospital and 46 Wimpole Street, as well as leading clinical audits in cataract surgery results for the NHS. Her ultimate mission is to help improve her patient's quality of life by providing them with a clear vision and sharpened focus. Visit her website at https://www.sharminakhan.co.uk/ for more information.
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Last Updated May 6, 2022