We use the full bladeless surgery method, which we call 'Cateris' in the latest system. This is also called robotic surgery or bladeless surgery among the people. In fact, in the systems used until today, when it was said that phaco surgeries were performed without a knife, it was said that phaco surgeries were performed without a knife, but in the end, the entrances to the eyes were made with a diamond knife or a special set of instruments. Now, we are able to perform completely bladeless surgeries in robotic surgery, which is the cutting-edge technology we call 'Kateris'. In this system, we are talking about a method in which the entrance to the eye is made with a laser, and the opening of the capsule, which is the preliminary stage for the removal of the cataract, is done with the laser, and even the stages of fragmentation and asphyxiation of the cataract, that is, the intraocular lens, are done exactly with the laser. Since this method eliminates the margin of error, it has very minimal complication rates in terms of complications, so it is a very reliable system that also eliminates personal errors. We are able to get rid of glasses, especially for patients with near vision problems, in the surgeries we perform with 'catheris'. In addition, in this new system, which we call 'catheria', we can get rid of astigmatism by creating segmental lines with a special laser on the corneas of those with astigmatism, bringing the shape of the cornea closer to its normal curvature. At the time of surgery, we can both remove the cataract and reset the astigmatism. Thus, we can enable the person to see both far, close and middle distances much more easily. We can only reveal whether smart lenses are suitable for the eye, only by researching the eye from front to back with eye tomography and different systems. We cannot apply these lenses to anyone who says, 'I want a far-near lens'. Especially in those with macular degeneration, they are divided into many subgroups such as wet type and dry type, and multifocal smart lenses, which we call far-near, may not give very good results in some types of macular degeneration. Therefore, as macular degeneration can sometimes occur in one eye and sometimes in both eyes, we can rehabilitate the macular degeneration in whichever eye is more dominant, using a monofocal lens, that is, a single focal lens, and sometimes a multifocal lens in the other eye so that we can see both near and far easily. In other words, different treatment methods can be applied from person to person. A multifocal lens may not be suitable for everyone's eyes. For this reason, a very detailed research and examination methods are needed beforehand. Technology is developing rapidly to catch the most reliable in cataract surgeries. We also follow the technology closely and make all the necessary investments to apply the safest method to our patients. At the last stage we have reached, 'cateris' is an excellent method that we apply to our own family as well, we get very extraordinary results with smart lenses.