A cataract is the cloudiness of the lens of the eye. It is usually age-related and occurs in people after 45 years of age. It can also occur in the younger population with diabetes, asthmatics on steroids, after injury to the eye or head, electric currents, etc. It usually presents as decreased vision, decreased contrast, altered color perception, increased glare, and difficulty in driving or reading.
Treatment is usually surgical with the replacement of a cloudy lens with a clear lens. these lenses can be monofocal, multifocal or EDOF depending upon patients’ need.


Lasik is the removal of glasses by altering the corneal surface with a laser. Contoura is the most advanced Lasik machine in the world. High precision, high accuracy, and the reduced duration of treatment make it the safest technique. If you are more than 18 years of age and want to enjoy a spectacle-free life, then contoura vision is the answer.


This is the innermost layer of the eye. Various conditions like diabetes, hypertension, various infections, and high myopia can affect the retina leading to decreased vision. Sudden/gradual onset painless decrease in vision is the most common presenting complaint. Early diagnosis and management are the mainstays for the management of retinal diseases.

ICL( implantable collamer lens)

Not fit for Lasik? ICL may be a good choice. In this procedure, a lens is implanted in front of the natural lens. It is a safe and permanent solution for those who are unfit for LASIK.


This is the outermost transparent layer of the eye. High astigmatism and keratoconus can compromise the strength of the cornea leading to irregular images or shadowing of objects. Since it is the outermost layer, it may get infected by various bacterial, viral, or fungal infections.


Squint is the misalignment of the eyes. It can be present in children as well as adults. Any squint should not be ignored and the patient should undergo a thorough evaluation by a specialist.

ROP screening

Preterm children are born with immature retinas. They are at risk for the formation of abnormal retinal vessels. Low birth weight and NICU admission further increase the risk. An early routine evaluation and intervention are imperative in the management of ROP.


Glaucoma is also known as a silent killer disease. The disease affects the optic nerve as a result of increased eye pressure. It is more common in people with a family history of glaucoma, prolonged use of steroid eyedrops, diabetes, and hypertension.


Ocular trauma can lead to temporary or permanent loss of vision. Prevention of infection and case-specific management is the key to a good visual outcome.

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