Offering a full range of services including LASIK, Cataract surgery, routine & medical eye care and more.
Complete eye checkup including glass check with consultations for normal patients without any eye diseases.
Elective surgical procedure to remove the cloudiness or blurredness of vision caused by cataract.
Refractive surgery to get rid of glasses or contact lenses usage for the patients with refractive errors like myopia (short sightedness) hyperopia (long sightedness) and astigmatism errors.
A chain of test to diagnose or rule out eye pressure and glaucoma related diseases and to treat the same.
A test for diabetic patients to screen diabetic retinopathy.
A surgical procedure for retinal and diabetic diseases in the eye.
Age related macular degeneration diseases and treatment. Fundus flour oscine angiogram diagnostic to rule out retinal defects and changes.
Plastic surgeries and external surgeries of eye.
Surgery to correct or straighten and strengthen eye muscles.
Pterygium surgery is a procedure performed to remove conjunctival growths (pterygia) from the eye.
The conjunctiva is the clear tissue covering the white part of the eye and the inside of the eyelids. Severe overgrowth of conjunctiva tissue can cover the cornea and interfere with your vision. The surgeon will remove the pterygium along with some associated conjunctival tissue.
Pterygium surgery with a conjunctival autograft is also an option for the patient because of a reduced risk of recurrence. In this technique, the pterygium is removed, and the cornea regains clarity. However, the gap in the mucous membrane (conjunctiva) tissue, where the pterygium was removed, is filled with a transplant of tissue that has been painlessly removed from underneath the upper eyelid. Although the procedure requires more surgical skill than traditional surgery, this “auto-graft” (self-transplant) helps prevent re-growth of the pterygium by filling the space where abnormal tissue would have re-grown.