Cataract surgery

In eye clinic “New Vision” we can operate even the most complex cataract cases WITHOUT ANY CUT, using the new advanced cataract removal technique with the English water jet "iQ-5 MINUTES"

Regain great close-up and distance vision without glasses!

Cataract removal


950 €

iq-life Live Vision

We perform cataract surgery even in the most complex cases:

We guarantee great results because we use only reliable English lenses from RAYNER. At our eye clinic “New Vision”, cataracts are performed by experienced surgeons who have performed more than 50.000 successful surgeries.

You can find out more about the British company RAYNER, which is a leader in the production of intraocular lenses (developed back in 1949!) here.

Why choose cataract surgery at the eye clinic “New Vision”?

After cataract surgeries in conventional hospitals or medical centers patients still use glasses to read or look into the distance. Truly full-fledged vision is possible only with the implantation of a multifocal lens, which is why the specialists of our eye clinic "New Vision" choose high-quality lenses from the English company RAYNER.

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successful cataract surgeries

During the long years of work of the eye clinic "New Vision", we have provided hundreds of thousands of ophthalmic services to our patients.

By choosing one of the most modern and reliable clinics in the Baltic States – the eye clinic “New Vision” – you can be sure of the quality of services provided here. Our network of clinics has served more than 5.000.000 patients over the past 15 years.

The “gold” standard for cataract removal is a seamless operation lasting up to 5 minutes, suitable for even the most complex cases. It involves the implantation of the intraocular lens RAYNER, allowing the patient to regain excellent visual acuity.


Only our eye clinic “New Vision” uses this innovative eyesight treatment program “Live Vision”, based on technology recommended by pilots and astronauts. This program enables patients to make cataract, presbyopia and refractive surgeries and thus restore youthful close-up and distance vision without glasses.

Cataract surgery price list

ServicePrice EUR
Cataract surgery (Refractive lens exchange - RLE)
  • PREMIUM lenses
  • New eye protection technologies
by implanting a soft intraocular vision correction lens Rayner or Alcon.
Cataract surgery (Refractive lens exchange - RLE)
  • PREMIUM lenses
  • Program „LIVE VISION“
  • New eye protection technologies
by implanting a soft intraocular vision correction lens RayOne EMV.
Cataract surgery (Refractive lens exchange - RLE)
  • PREMIUM lenses
  • New eye protection technologies
by implanting a TORIC soft intraocular vision correction lens.
Cataract surgery (Refractive lens exchange - RLE)
  • PREMIUM lenses
  • New eye protection technologies
by implanting a soft intraocular vision correction lens Acrysof IQ PanOptix.
Cataract surgery (Refractive lens exchange - RLE)1530
by implanting a soft intraocular vision correction lens Rayner RayOne Trifocal.
Cataract surgery (Refractive lens exchange - RLE)1844
by implanting a soft intraocular vision correction lens PanOptix Toric.
Cataract surgery800
without vision-correcting lens implantation
YAG laser treatment185
capsulotomy (for secondary cataract)
Free of charge
included in the price of the service
Service prices are for one eye surgery
Do you have compulsory health insurance?

Your vision treatment can be funded by the health insurance!

Knowing is beneficial:

Frequently asked questions about cataract treatment:

Cataracts are caused by many things, the most common of which is the natural aging process. As you age, the lens of your eye gradually becomes thicker, turns yellow, and eventually becomes very cloudy, then you are diagnosed with cataract. Other diseases, such as diabetes and glaucoma, can increase the chances of developing cataract. Eye injury and continued use of corticosteroids can also cause cataract.

The changes in the lens of the eye that lead to cataract formation can be different. Cataracts can form in the nucleus (center of the lens) or cortex (lens peripheral area).

Yes, there are several types of cataracts. The different types are determined by which area of the lens is affected. Nuclear cataract is the most common and usually results from the natural aging process as the lens cells accumulate in its nucleus. Cortical cataracts are also quite common and form when the lens envelope or cortex becomes hard.

No. As cataract develops from the natural aging process, you can hardly prevent it from forming. However, there are things you can do to slow the progression of the disease, such as wearing sunglasses. Look for a label stating that the spectacle lenses protect against UVA and UVB rays; eat foods high in antioxidants.

No, but most commonly cataract develop in both eyes at the same time. You should also be aware that cataract can be congenital or acquired (traumatic, toxic, radiation, etc.).

Yes. Untreated cataracts can cause blindness.

It is often thought that a cataract must be “mature” (very advanced) in order to be removed. This is not true. Today, cataract surgery is a common procedure that can usually be performed when a patient and his / her doctor feel that poor vision is interfering with a patient’s quality of life.

Over time, the opacity of the lens of the eye increases, it thickens, so the person’s vision begins to deteriorate. This is a long process that can take anywhere from a few months to several years. Eventually, the entire lens can become cloudy and cause blindness.

No lens is suitable for everyone, so only your eye doctor can determine the most appropriate option. Multifocal lenses reduce the need to wear glasses and can ensure a better quality of life. Patients who choose a multi-focus lens instead of a standard single-focus lens say they are satisfied with their decision. More than 93 percent of patients who have had multifocal IOLs implanted would choose it again.

The proportion of successful cataract surgeries is 98 percent or more. Due to the constant advancement of technology and instruments, the procedure is particularly successful today.

No. During cataract surgery, the natural lens is replaced with an artificial one in which cataract will never occur.

The discomfort during the procedure is minimal due to drops that make the eye numb and medications that soothe you. The recovery period is also very short.

Most surgeries take 15 to 30 minutes. The duration depends on the type of operation.

Second eye surgery is usually performed 2 or 3 weeks after the first surgery. All patients are different, so you should talk to your doctor about what works best for you.

Cataract surgery is a common and quick procedure. Typically, patients spend only a few hours in a hospital or surgical center and can go home the same day.

Your doctor will put a protective bandage and / or dark glasses on your treated eye and will accompany you to the postoperative ward. After a brief examination, you will discuss with your doctor or other staff how to take care for your eye at home, and you will also receive a prescription for the necessary medication. You will be registered for an examination, which is usually scheduled the day after surgery. Then you can go home.

For a few days, the eyes may be sensitive to touch, you may feel some discomfort. You will need to instill eye drops according to the schedule instructed by your doctor and come to the prescribed examination to ensure the best results from the operation. With the permission of your doctor, you will be able to return to your normal daily routine, such as reading, writing, watching TV and working. At night, your doctor will advise you to wear eye protection.