Our Services

Medical Eye Conditions - Pinhole Cataract Surgery with advanced equipments - Lasik/Refractive Surgery - Keratoconus Management - Comprehensive Eye Examination - Diabetic Retinopathy Screening & Management - Ocular Emergencies - Pediatric Eye Care - Squint Management & Surgery - Vision Theraphy - Low Vision Aid - Prosthetic Eye - Glaucoma Management - Prescription Glasses/Contact Lenses - Dry Eye Clinic

Medical Eye Conditions

Medical Eye Conditions refer to a range of disorders affecting the eyes, including conjunctivitis, dry eye syndrome, eye infections, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration. These conditions can cause various symptoms like redness, itching, pain, vision loss, or changes in visual acuity. Early diagnosis and proper treatment by eye care professionals are crucial to prevent complications and maintain good eye health. Regular eye exams help in detecting these conditions at an early stage. Treatment options may include medications, surgery, or lifestyle changes depending on the specific condition.

Pinhole Cataract Surgery with advanced equipments

Pinhole cataract surgery is an advanced technique that uses a specialized tiny opening (pinhole) to remove cataracts and insert an intraocular lens (IOL) without the need for traditional incisions. The pinhole minimizes astigmatism and aids in faster recovery with reduced surgical trauma. Advanced equipment, such as femtosecond lasers, may be utilized to enhance precision during the procedure, providing better visual outcomes for patients with cataracts.

Lasik/Refractive Surgery

LASIK (Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis) is a popular refractive surgery that corrects vision problems like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. During the procedure, a laser is used to reshape the cornea, improving the eye's focusing ability. It is a quick and painless outpatient surgery with a short recovery time and often results in reduced dependence on glasses or contact lenses. However, not everyone is a suitable candidate, and a thorough evaluation by an eye care professional is essential before undergoing LASIK surgery.

Keratoconus Management

Keratoconus Management involves the treatment and monitoring of a progressive eye condition where the cornea thins and bulges into a cone shape. The aim is to stabilize vision and prevent further corneal steepening. Treatment options may include rigid gas-permeable contact lenses to improve vision, corneal cross-linking to strengthen the cornea, and in severe cases, corneal transplant surgery may be considered. Regular follow-up visits with an eye care professional are essential to assess the condition's progression and adjust the management plan accordingly.

Comprehensive Eye Examination

A comprehensive Eye Examination is a thorough assessment of the overall eye health and visual function. It involves a series of tests to check for refractive errors (nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism), eye muscle coordination, and the presence of eye diseases or conditions. The examination may include tests like visual acuity assessment, refraction, intraocular pressure measurement, dilation, and evaluation of the retina and optic nerve. It is essential for early detection of eye problems and to determine the need for corrective lenses or further specialized care.

Diabetic Retinopathy Screening & Management

Diabetic Retinopathy Screening is a vital process for individuals with diabetes to assess the health of their retina. Regular eye exams can detect early signs of the condition, such as leaking blood vessels or retinal swelling. Management may involve blood sugar control, blood pressure management, and lifestyle changes to slow its progression. In advanced stages, treatments like laser therapy or intravitreal injections may be recommended to prevent vision loss. Early detection and timely management are crucial in preserving vision for diabetic individuals.

Ocular Emergencies

Ocular Emergencies refer to urgent and potentially sight-threatening eye conditions that require immediate medical attention. These can include eye injuries, chemical burns, sudden vision loss, severe eye pain, and foreign object in the eye. Prompt evaluation by an eye care professional or emergency room is crucial to prevent complications and preserve vision. Delaying treatment for ocular emergencies may result in permanent damage or vision loss.

Pediatric Eye Care

Pediatric Eye Care focuses on the eye health and vision needs of children. It includes comprehensive eye exams to detect and manage conditions like amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (squint), refractive errors (nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism), and other eye disorders. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for preventing vision problems that can impact a child's learning and development. Pediatric eye care also involves providing age-appropriate eyeglasses or contact lenses, vision therapy, and ongoing monitoring to ensure optimal eye health and visual function as the child grows.

Squint Management & Surgery

Squint, also known as strabismus, is the misalignment of the eyes, and its management involves various approaches. Non-surgical options include patching or vision therapy to improve eye coordination. If non-surgical methods are not effective, strabismus surgery may be recommended to reposition the eye muscles and align the eyes properly. The surgery aims to improve visual function, depth perception, and cosmetic appearance, and it is usually performed as an outpatient procedure under general anesthesia. Regular follow-up visits with an eye care professional are essential to monitor the condition and adjust the management plan as needed.

Vision Theraphy

Vision Therapy, also known as orthoptics or vision training, is a personalized program of eye exercises and activities prescribed by optometrists or ophthalmologists to improve certain visual skills and correct vision problems. It aims to treat binocular vision disorders, amblyopia (lazy eye), and problems related to eye coordination and focusing. The therapy typically involves in-office sessions and home exercises over a period of weeks to months, depending on the individual's needs and progress. Vision therapy can be beneficial for both children and adults in enhancing visual efficiency and overall eye function.

Low Vision Aid

A Low Vision Aid is a device or tool designed to assist individuals with partial sight or low vision. These aids help optimize the remaining vision and enhance the ability to perform daily tasks. Examples of low vision aids include magnifiers, telescopes, video magnifiers, reading glasses with high-powered lenses, and special lighting devices. Low vision aids can significantly improve the quality of life for people with visual impairments by enabling them to read, write, watch television, and engage in other activities more comfortably.

Prosthetic Eye

A Prosthetic Eye, also known as an ocular prosthesis or artificial eye, is a custom-made artificial replacement for a missing or damaged eye. It is typically made of medical-grade acrylic or silicone and is designed to match the appearance of the natural eye. The prosthesis is fitted over the eye socket and held in place by surrounding tissues, providing a cosmetically appealing appearance for individuals with a missing eye. Regular cleaning and maintenance are necessary to ensure proper hygiene and longevity of the prosthetic eye.

Glaucoma Management

Glaucoma Management aims to control and reduce intraocular pressure (IOP) to prevent further damage to the optic nerve and preserve vision. Treatment options may include eye drops, oral medications, or surgical procedures to lower IOP. Regular follow-up visits with an eye care professional are essential to monitor the progression of glaucoma and adjust the treatment plan as needed. Early detection and adherence to the management plan are crucial in preventing vision loss associated with glaucoma.

Prescription Glasses/Contact Lenses

Prescription Glasses and Contact Lenses are corrective optical devices used to improve vision in individuals with refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Prescription glasses have lenses ground to precise specifications based on the individual's eye prescription and are worn on the face. Contact lenses are placed directly on the eye's surface and offer an alternative to glasses. Regular eye exams by an eye care professional are essential to determine the correct prescription and ensure optimal vision correction.

Dry Eye Clinic

A Dry Eye Clinic is a specialized facility that focuses on the diagnosis and management of dry eye syndrome, a condition characterized by insufficient tear production or poor tear quality. The clinic offers comprehensive evaluations, including tear film analysis and ocular surface assessments. Treatment options may include artificial tears, prescription medications, lifestyle modifications, and advanced therapies like punctal plugs or intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy. Regular follow-up visits help monitor the condition's progress and ensure effective management of dry eye symptoms.