Corrective Surgery: Phacoemulsification
most modern way of removing a cataract is through the use
The phacoemulsifier is an ultrasonic probe that vibrates
40 000 times a second and breaks up the cataract in microscopic
pieces which are then emulsified and gently aspirated out
of the eye.
This method of cataract removal is considered to be the least
traumatic to the eye.