An Overview of the SuperSight Surgery Procedure
During patient consultations, we elucidate the transformative potential of new-generation multifocal IOLs, assuring patients that these implants will rejuvenate a significant portion of their near vision, thereby diminishing their reliance on reading glasses.
The standout advantage of SuperSight Surgery lies in its capability to rectify cataracts while simultaneously addressing substantial levels of myopia or hyperopia in the patient.
Multi-focal IOLs, a groundbreaking advancement, usher in a realm where patients experience vision across multiple distances without the need for corrective eyewear. FDA-approved for over a decade, these intraocular lenses redefine the visual experience.
At the heart of multifocal lenses are distinct optical zones, each tailored to a specific distance. The prevailing variant, the diffractive-type lens, boasts a surface adorned with intricate steps or "rings," facilitating clear vision at both proximate and distant focal points.
In the realm of SuperSight, our discernment often inclines towards trifocal lens implants infused with S.M.P. (Smooth Micro Phase) technology from Carl Zeiss, or EDOF (extended depth of focus) technology. These choices are a hallmark of our commitment to maximizing benefits while ensuring exceptional optical efficacy.
The meticulously crafted optical architecture delivers unparalleled image resolution, accompanied by remarkable contrast sensitivity across all distances and lighting conditions.
This design, meticulously honed to meet and exceed expectations, boasts a multitude of merits. It ushers in improved visual acuity across the spectrum, with particular brilliance post-binocular implantation, unveiling a world of enhanced clarity and focus.
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The SuperSight Surgery (SSS) Center, within BPH, has adopted a holistic approach tailored to the unique needs of each individual. In acknowledging that patients may possess varying levels of knowledge about the procedure, the roles of patient cooperation, and methods for preventing potential risks and complications, our aim is to integrate innovative technology seamlessly into safe and comfortable medical services.
Bangkok Pattaya Hospital (BPH) takes pride in its commitment to patient-centered care, striving to provide the highest standard of medical attention. Recognizing the common demands and expectations of our refractive surgery clientele, such as a desire for simple procedures, minimal discomfort, and optimal visual outcomes, we have identified the need for a personalized approach.
The SSS procedure, distinguished by its use of topical anesthesia, allows patients to remain awake during the operation. However, adherence to specific instructions, such as maintaining a still head and lying as flat as possible, is crucial to preventing complications. Some patients, particularly those who are excited or anxious, may inadvertently disrupt the procedure, leading to challenges and potential issues like corneal edema, which can impact visual outcomes. Post-operatively, patients are required to use prescribed medications and limit certain activities to mitigate the risk of infection.
Over the past two decades, a review of medical records has revealed a low complication rate of approximately 1% in SuperSight procedures. It is noteworthy, however, that minor complications were predominantly linked to instances of poor patient compliance. Nearly half of the observed cases exhibited a lack of compliance, both during and after the operation.
In response to this challenge, a multidisciplinary team implemented a new strategy in April 2014 to enhance patient compliance. While specific details about the strategy are not provided, its overarching goal is to ensure active patient participation in their treatment and adherence to recommended protocols.
Understanding the pivotal role patients play in achieving successful outcomes, it is imperative for them to grasp the significance of their active involvement. By diligently following the instructions provided by the medical team and adhering to prescribed regimens, patients significantly contribute to minimizing the risk of complications and elevating the overall quality of their care.