Cataracts are the most frequent cause of blindness in the world. With availability of new advanced phaco system, cataract treatment is a very comfortable and painless daycare process. It doesn’t require use of injection, suturing and bandage, enabling individual to start His/Her routine activity from the very next day.
Don’t have time to sit around & wait to recover? With Q-LASIK, you can expect to get back to normal the very next day of laser process. Beside quickly returning to you normal day-to-day activity (this time with clear vision), you won’t need to worry about side effects.
A cornea transplant is an invasive procedure that replaces affected part of the cornea with a healthy donor corneal tissue. It can restore vision, reduce discomfort, and enhance appearance of a cornea that has been impaired or been diseased.
Glaucoma causes raised pressure in the eye, which leads to impairment and finally vision loss. Contact your ophthalmologist if you observe any signs pointing to glaucoma to determine the best treatment option for you.
In diabetic retinopathy, the blood vessels in the retina might swell and leak fluid. In others, irregular new blood vessels expand on the surface of the retina. These changes result in vision loss and finally blindness
The detached retina is a serious and sight-threatening experience, occurring when the retina becomes separated from its primary supportive tissue. The retina cannot work when these layers are detached. And unless soon the retina is reattached, permanent vision loss may result.
In Squint, one eye or both eyes may turn either inward (esotropia), outward (exotropia), upward (hypertropia) or downward (hypotropia). Squint (Strabismus) may be constant or intermittent. While the causes of Squint (strabismus) are not fully understood, it is known that an abnormality in the muscles and decreased vision in one or both eyes are the contributing factors.
Amblyopia (Lazy Eyes) is a neuro-developmental visual problem that start during infancy and early childhood. Those with amblyopia experience reduced eyesight typically in one eye, even when best corrected with glasses or contacts. Left untreated, amblyopia can affect a child’s self-image, work, school, sports, friendships and may also lead towards depression.