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Come in for the $25 cataract screening with our Cataract Surgeon, Dr Eugenie Poh, at Eye Max Centre

Experiencing blurry and cloudy vision and looking to restore your vision?

Come in for the $25 cataract screening with our Cataract Surgeon, Dr Eugenie Poh, at Eye Max Centre

Experiencing blurry and cloudy vision and looking to restore your vision?

Those with cataract may experience the following symptoms:

blur

Progressive blurring of vision

cloudy

Foggy, cloudy, or hazy eyesight

bright-headlights

Difficult night driving due to bright headlights

glares

Glare from lamps or the sun

Double vision or multiple images

Double vision

Reduced colour perception

Impaired colour perception

Cataract and its treatment

Cataract surgery aims to restore good vision and at the same time is able to correct:

  • Short-sightedness
  • Long-sightedness
  • Astigmatism
  • Presbyopia
CATARACT SURGEON IN SINGAPORE –

Dr Eugenie Poh

Dr Eugenie Poh - Oculoplastic Surgeon
Dr Eugenie Poh - Oculoplastic Surgeon

Senior Ophthalmologist with over 20 years of experience in Ophthalmology.

The family’s trusted eye surgeon.

Comprehensive examination and care.

Skillful and safe cataract surgery.

Offers customised options including multifocal intraocular lens implants, EDOF (extended depth of focus) lens implants, astigmatic-correcting (toric) and monofocal lens implants.

Passion for restoring sight with compassion.

$25 CATARACT SCREENING

If you will like to be assessed for cataract, speak to us to understand more about the $25 cataract screening with Dr Eugenie Poh.

$25 CATARACT SCREENING

If you will like to be assessed for cataract, speak to us to understand more about the $25 cataract screening with Dr Eugenie Poh.

The $99 cataract screening includes:

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VISUAL ACUITY TEST

Determines the smallest letters you can read on a Snellen chart placed 6 metres (20 feet) away.

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TONOMETRY TEST

Measures the pressure inside your eyes to screen for glaucoma.

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MANIFEST REFRACTION

Measures your eye prescription (eg myopia, astigmatism) with trial lenses.

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PUPIL DILATION

Administers eyedrops to increase the size of your pupils to fully examine the optic nerve and retina.

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SLIT LAMP EXAMINATION

Our eye surgeon will examine the anterior eye health including your eyelids, cornea, and natural lens.

CONSULTATION WITH THE EYE SURGEON

Our eye surgeon will share screening results, recommend cataract surgery options and answer any questions you may have.

Cataract surgery is insurance claimable and Medisave claimable (up to $2,450 per eye) when applicable. We partner with the following Healthcare administrators and insurance providers:

Healthcare administrators

Lists of Corporate Insurance - Eye Max Centre

Personal insurance

Lists of Personal Insurance - Eye Max Centre

FAQs

Why is my vision blurry despite updating my prescription glasses?

Cataract is an age-related eye disease. Most people above the age of 45 years old will start to have some amount of cataract in the eye. It occurs when the natural lens in our eye starts to get cloudy as a person ages resulting in blurring of vision. As cataract progresses, the vision will worsen, which is uncorrectable with prescription glasses. The only proven effective way to treat cataract is to consider cataract surgery.

What is the duration of cataract surgery and is it painful?

Cataract surgery usually takes about 30 minutes per eye and is generally painless and comfortable as it will be performed under IV-sedation.

How often do I need to return for reviews?

Your cataract surgeon will usually review you at Day 1, Week 1 and Months 1 to 2 post-surgery. It is important to return for reviews with your cataract surgeon to ensure the eyes are healing well with no complication and infection.

Do I need to use glasses after cataract surgery?

These days, there are many choices when it comes to the the type of intraocular lenses (IOLs) used during cataract surgery. We offer customised options including multifocal, extended depth of focus (EDOF) IOLs, toric (astigmatic-correcting) and monofocal IOLs to reduce your independence on glasses post-surgery.