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Laser capsulotomy

Following cataract surgery, an opaque membrane or “secondary cataract” sometimes forms. This occurs as a result of the progressive loss of the transparency of the crystalline lens capsule.

During cataract surgery, this capsule is left in place to act as a natural support for the intraocular lens that is inserted in your eye.

The visual symptoms caused by this opaci cation are similar to those of a cataract (reduced or blurred vision).

Using an Nd: YAG laser, an opening is made in the capsule to clear your vision. 

Click here to open an informative pamphlet on laser capsulotomy

Dr. Pierre Lepage-Létourneau

Dr. Pierre Lepage-Létourneau

Dr Lepage-Létourneau completed a subspeciality in oculoplastics et esthetics from the Université de Montréal. He joined the Institut de l’œil des Laurentides in 2015.

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