Specialities

Array ( [0] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 15 [name] => SMILE [short_description] =>

Stop getting framed by Spectacles. Choose SMILE.

The SMILE (Small Incision Lenticule Extraction) eye surgery – NOBLADE method is the latest leap in laser vision correction. It is not only a blade-free approach to laser vision correction, but is a step superior to the NoBlade approach of Femto – LASIK.

In Femto-LASIK, a laser is used to create the corneal flap, which is then folded back by the surgeon to perform the LASIK procedure. While Femto-LASIK or NoBlade LASIK is superior to the more traditional method of blade LASIK, it still means that a corneal flap needs to be created in your eye.

The SMILE method, by contrast enables your surgeons to perform laser vision correction without any flap at all. There is no danger that the flap can get displaced, either immediately after the procedure, or even years after the procedure. And the corneal surface cells hardly get disturbed during the procedure, which means that there is hardly any pain or discomfort during the procedure.

[description] =>

The SMILE technology is available at our Delhi, Hyderabad, Vadodara & Mumbai branches.

Reasons to choose SMILE:

  • A step superior to the Blade free Femto LASIK
  • Bladeless, Flapless, All laser procedure for spectacles removal
  • No Flap, so no risk of flap related complications
  • Less Dry Eye and Better Corneal Biomechanics
  • More Precision and Stability
  • Painless procedure with quick visual recovery
[meta_title] => Smile Laser Surgery Delhi | Relex Smile - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => SMILE is offered only in the very best laser centers across the world. Centre For Sight is offering best Relex Smile Laser Surgery at Delhi. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1483336011smile-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1476686705_icon-1.png [hover_icon] => 1476701866_icon-1-hover.png [in_left] => 1 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Stop getting framed by Spectacles. Choose SMILE. [hover_class] => redbg [banner_class] => smilebannertab [s_order] => 1 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-17 12:15:05 [modified] => 2018-04-30 14:14:41 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 836 [speciality_id] => 15 [name] => SMILE [subtitle] => Know what it is [description] => SMILE is an even more advanced technique than bladeless LASIK. It is 100% Bladeless, Flapless, All Laser technique for spectacle removal. ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 837 [speciality_id] => 15 [name] => Is it right for you? [subtitle] => Know if it is [description] => If you are looking for advanced blade free and flap free laser treatment which is safer and more precise than other LASIK to get rid of your spectacles, the answer is yes ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 838 [speciality_id] => 15 [name] => How SMILE works? [subtitle] => Know how [description] => In SMILE, tiny pulses of femtosecond laser pass through the outer portion of the cornea to carve out a lenticule (corresponding to the refractive error to be corrected) which is then quickly extracted) ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 839 [speciality_id] => 15 [name] => Where can you get it done? [subtitle] => Know where [description] => SMILE is offered only in few centers across the world. In India, this technology is available at Centre for Sight's Delhi, Baroda, Mumbai & Hyderabad branches ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1766 [doctor_id] => 61 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 1995 [doctor_id] => 76 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2549 [doctor_id] => 92 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2558 [doctor_id] => 90 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2569 [doctor_id] => 83 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 2577 [doctor_id] => 108 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 2594 [doctor_id] => 53 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 2611 [doctor_id] => 23 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2690 [doctor_id] => 97 [speciality_id] => 15 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [1] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 17 [name] => LASIK & Refractive Surgery [short_description] =>

NOT SUITABLE FOR LASIK?

YOU CAN STILL FIND YOUR WAY TO GREAT EYESIGHT.

It is generally believed that LASIK is the only way to get rid of your glasses. Sometimes LASIK may not be possible, especially if you have thin corneas or unusually high power in your eyes.

Well, there's no need to worry. There are many other advanced and safe solutions for those who want to have perfect glass-free eye sight.

[description] =>
  • EPI-LASIK FOR SURFACE PRK

    Epi-Lasik surface Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) is an alternative to LASIK for the correction of near sightedness, far sightedness and astigmatism in candidates with thin corneas. In this procedure, an extremely thin sheet of corneal epithelium is removed to allow laser ablation, thereby saving more corneal tissue. The epithelium grows back in two to three days. The deeper corneal tissue need not be cut or harmed while performing this laser surgery.

  • SUB BOWMAN’S KERATOMILEUSIS

    Sub Bowman’s Keratomileusis (SBK) uses the Intralase Femtosecond Laser to create a 90 micron flap which is thinner than a typical LASIK flap. By making such a thin and precise flap, SBK enables a correction of higher powers in thinner corneas. There is faster visual recovery and the risk of ectasia is minimized. SBK combines the advantage of PRK with quick recovery time of LASIK.

  • IMPLANTABLE CONTACT LENSES

    Think of it as a contact lens, but a more permanent one. Implantable Contact Lenses or ICL are lenses which are implanted into your eyes between the iris and the natural lenses. These lenses are made up of a biocompatible collagen co-polymer called COLLAMER and have extremely high water content. Therefore they cause no discomfort to the patients. ICLs are implanted in patients who need correction for very high powers that exceed the safe range of excimer laser procedures such as LASIK.

  • REFRACTIVE LENS EXCHANGE

    LASIK is essentially a procedure where the cornea is reshaped to give better vision. What if the cornea is too thin? In that case, instead of treating the cornea, it would be a better idea to treat the lens. That is exactly what is done in Refractive Lens Exchange. The surgeon removes the natural crystalline lens and implants an accommodative or multifocal lens, which provides the range of vision required for spectacles free vision.

  • COLLAGEN CROSS LINKING

    Collagen Cross Linkage or C3R stabilizes and strengthens the cornea is patients with keratoconus or other forms of thinning disorders. The surgeon administers special riboflavin drops and provided UVA radiation the cornea to cross link fibers. These crosslinked collagen fibres strengthen the cornea. This is a permanent treatment and the only way to stop the progression of keratoconus. C3R may be combined with INTACS to correct the refractive error.

  • INTACS

    Intrastromal Corneal Ring Segments or INTACS is another great option for patients with keratoconus and for those suffering from moderate myopia (short sightedness). These implants preserve the cornea’s natural shape and can be replaced r removed as your future correction needs change.

CHOOSING THE RIGHT PROCEDURE

To choose the procedure which fits you best, consult your eye care specialist. He or she will do a detailed examination and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each of these options as pertaining to your particular case.

All this is to ensure that you get the best care possible because every eye deserves the best.

[meta_title] => Laser Eye Treatment Delhi | Lasik eye surgery | Refractive Surgery - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Refractive lasik laser surgery in delhi is any eye surgery used to improve the refractive state of the eye with 100 percent blade-free treatments such as lasik which is completely safe. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1483335996lasik-refractive-surgery-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1476948292_icon-3.png [hover_icon] => 1476944264_icon-3-hover.png [in_left] => 1 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Good bye Glasses. Hello World. [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => lasikbannertab [s_order] => 2 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-17 12:23:35 [modified] => 2018-07-15 18:33:05 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 863 [speciality_id] => 17 [name] => What is LASIK ? [subtitle] => Know what it is [description] => LASIK is a surgical procedure for correcting near sightedness(myopia), far sightedness(hyperopia) and cylindrical(astigmatic) refractive errors. LASIK stands for Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 864 [speciality_id] => 17 [name] => What is Blade Free LASIK ? [subtitle] => Know how [description] => Blade Free LASIK uses the latest femtosecond laser technology which has replaced the microkeratome blade to create a more precise and uniform corneal flap leading to a safer & more precise vision correction ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 865 [speciality_id] => 17 [name] => What after 40? [subtitle] => Know what [description] => Blade Free LASIK uses the latest femtosecond laser technology which has replaced the microkeratome blade to create a more precise and uniform corneal flap leading to a safer & more precise vision correction ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 851 [doctor_id] => 109 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 1020 [doctor_id] => 48 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 1056 [doctor_id] => 28 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 1701 [doctor_id] => 129 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 1767 [doctor_id] => 61 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 1794 [doctor_id] => 45 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 1796 [doctor_id] => 39 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 1810 [doctor_id] => 47 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 1817 [doctor_id] => 38 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 1926 [doctor_id] => 111 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [10] => Array ( [id] => 1928 [doctor_id] => 57 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [11] => Array ( [id] => 1960 [doctor_id] => 114 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [12] => Array ( [id] => 1971 [doctor_id] => 85 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [13] => Array ( [id] => 1996 [doctor_id] => 76 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [14] => Array ( [id] => 2018 [doctor_id] => 44 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [15] => Array ( [id] => 2120 [doctor_id] => 41 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [16] => Array ( [id] => 2124 [doctor_id] => 133 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [17] => Array ( [id] => 2128 [doctor_id] => 135 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [18] => Array ( [id] => 2129 [doctor_id] => 136 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [19] => Array ( [id] => 2130 [doctor_id] => 137 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [20] => Array ( [id] => 2131 [doctor_id] => 138 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [21] => Array ( [id] => 2133 [doctor_id] => 140 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [22] => Array ( [id] => 2134 [doctor_id] => 141 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [23] => Array ( [id] => 2135 [doctor_id] => 142 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [24] => Array ( [id] => 2138 [doctor_id] => 143 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [25] => Array ( [id] => 2139 [doctor_id] => 144 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [26] => Array ( [id] => 2140 [doctor_id] => 145 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [27] => Array ( [id] => 2141 [doctor_id] => 146 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [28] => Array ( [id] => 2142 [doctor_id] => 147 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [29] => Array ( [id] => 2143 [doctor_id] => 148 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [30] => Array ( [id] => 2144 [doctor_id] => 149 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [31] => Array ( [id] => 2145 [doctor_id] => 40 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [32] => Array ( [id] => 2147 [doctor_id] => 150 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [33] => Array ( [id] => 2148 [doctor_id] => 151 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [34] => Array ( [id] => 2149 [doctor_id] => 152 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [35] => Array ( [id] => 2150 [doctor_id] => 153 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [36] => Array ( [id] => 2151 [doctor_id] => 154 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [37] => Array ( [id] => 2152 [doctor_id] => 155 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [38] => Array ( [id] => 2171 [doctor_id] => 159 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [39] => Array ( [id] => 2180 [doctor_id] => 126 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [40] => Array ( [id] => 2189 [doctor_id] => 15 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [41] => Array ( [id] => 2196 [doctor_id] => 2 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [42] => Array ( [id] => 2257 [doctor_id] => 19 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [43] => Array ( [id] => 2261 [doctor_id] => 68 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [44] => Array ( [id] => 2297 [doctor_id] => 119 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [45] => Array ( [id] => 2315 [doctor_id] => 67 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [46] => Array ( [id] => 2445 [doctor_id] => 125 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [47] => Array ( [id] => 2456 [doctor_id] => 139 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [48] => Array ( [id] => 2509 [doctor_id] => 37 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [49] => Array ( [id] => 2534 [doctor_id] => 186 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [50] => Array ( [id] => 2550 [doctor_id] => 92 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [51] => Array ( [id] => 2553 [doctor_id] => 94 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [52] => Array ( [id] => 2559 [doctor_id] => 90 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [53] => Array ( [id] => 2563 [doctor_id] => 110 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [54] => Array ( [id] => 2570 [doctor_id] => 83 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [55] => Array ( [id] => 2574 [doctor_id] => 18 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [56] => Array ( [id] => 2578 [doctor_id] => 108 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [57] => Array ( [id] => 2582 [doctor_id] => 80 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [58] => Array ( [id] => 2587 [doctor_id] => 117 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [59] => Array ( [id] => 2595 [doctor_id] => 53 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [60] => Array ( [id] => 2598 [doctor_id] => 168 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [61] => Array ( [id] => 2601 [doctor_id] => 33 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [62] => Array ( [id] => 2608 [doctor_id] => 29 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [63] => Array ( [id] => 2612 [doctor_id] => 23 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [64] => Array ( [id] => 2618 [doctor_id] => 20 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [65] => Array ( [id] => 2625 [doctor_id] => 4 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [66] => Array ( [id] => 2631 [doctor_id] => 1 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [67] => Array ( [id] => 2636 [doctor_id] => 174 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [68] => Array ( [id] => 2640 [doctor_id] => 184 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [69] => Array ( [id] => 2651 [doctor_id] => 183 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [70] => Array ( [id] => 2655 [doctor_id] => 185 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [71] => Array ( [id] => 2663 [doctor_id] => 175 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [72] => Array ( [id] => 2666 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [73] => Array ( [id] => 2677 [doctor_id] => 169 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [74] => Array ( [id] => 2685 [doctor_id] => 25 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [75] => Array ( [id] => 2691 [doctor_id] => 97 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [76] => Array ( [id] => 2699 [doctor_id] => 5 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [77] => Array ( [id] => 2710 [doctor_id] => 64 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [78] => Array ( [id] => 2717 [doctor_id] => 189 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [79] => Array ( [id] => 2728 [doctor_id] => 130 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [80] => Array ( [id] => 2730 [doctor_id] => 134 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [81] => Array ( [id] => 2731 [doctor_id] => 46 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) [82] => Array ( [id] => 2735 [doctor_id] => 173 [speciality_id] => 17 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [2] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 18 [name] => Cataract [short_description] =>

Transform how you see the world. With Robotic laser cataract surgery.

Cataract is the clouding of the lens of your eye with ageing that impairs vision. Now it’s easier than ever to regain clear vision after cataract. Take advantage of Robotic Femtosecond laser, the world’s first laser-automated technology for cataract surgery at Centre for Sight.

Why Choose Robotic Laser cataract surgery:

  • Blade Free cataract experience
  • Working of laser takes about 30-40 seconds only
  • Greater precision and safety
  • Critical steps of surgery are fully automated
  • Better visual outcome with quicker recovery
[description] =>

Cataract

In cataract, there is a buildup of protein in the lens of the eye which makes it cloudy. This prevents light from passing clearly through the lens, thereby causing loss of vision.

Advancing age is a primary reason for cataract. With age, protein of the lens turns opaque. Other causes of cataract are metabolic disorders such as diabetes, excessive exposure to sunlight, lifestyle disorders like heavy alcohol consumption and smoking. Injury to the eye can also lead to clouding of the lens of the eye.

Treatment of Cataract

When cataract forms, surgery is the only way to treat it. In cataract surgery, the surgeon removes the clouded lens and puts an Intra Ocular Lens (IOL) in your eye. Your vision will be as good as pre-cataract days, though you may need to wear glasses. Over the years, cataract surgery has moved from vision restorative to refractive surgery, so that you have reduced need of glasses.

Best cataract treatment requires the combination of expertise of experienced doctors and latest technology working together. Centre for Sight is considered as one of the leading hospitals in India for cataract surgery. The hospitals are fully equipped with trained eye specialists for treatment of the patients.

Surgical Techniques

Robotic Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery

Femtosecond Laser technology is an advanced technology for cataract surgery available throughout the world. It has significantly automated the complicated steps of cataract surgery.

  • Blade free, laser assisted procedure
  • The actual working of the laser takes less than 1 minute
  • Capsular opening, fragmentation of cataract with laser & corneal incisions are fully automated to deliver precise cuts and is more accurate than manual blade incision
  • Reduces phaco energy
  • Enables Astigmatism correction at the time of cataract surgery
  • Greater safety, precision & accuracy
  • Better visual outcome with quicker recovery

Femtosecond laser cataract surgery is now available at Centre for Sight New Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Indore, Vadodara, Hyderabad & Meerut.

Catalys for Robotic laser assisted cataract surgery

Micro Incision Cataract Surgery

Over the years the size of corneal incision made during cataract surgery has considerably reduced

leading to improved visual outcome & quicker post procedure recovery for the patient.

  • Requires a very small incision of about 2mm
  • Cataract is emulsified into small pieces by phacoemulsification and a foldable IOL is implanted
  • Walk-in, Walk-out procedure
  • Stitchless, bloodless, painless surgery
  • Quick healing and post-operative recovery

Phacoemulsification

  • Requires a small incision of 3.2 mm
  • Stitchless surgery
  • Cataract is emulsified and removed using an ultrasonic phacoemulsification probe
  • Foldable IOL is implanted

CFS Advantage

Centre for Sight has always been adopting the latest technology in eye care that has resulted in improved visual outcome and comfort for the patient. True to our belief that every eye deserves the best, we have introduced the latest generation phaco machines.

Centre for Sight houses the most advanced phacoemulsification systems like the Centurion, Infiniti from Alcon, Signature from Abbott and Stellaris from Bausch & Lomb and offers a wide range of premium intraocular lens options to its patients.

With Femtosecond laser, cataract surgery can now be more safe & accurate. Automating the most crucial steps in cataract surgery assures minimum pain & maximum accuracy and also ensures a quick surgery & quicker recovery.At Centre for Sight, we offer latest and most advanced Cataract surgery treatment and are equipped with the catalys and LenSx femtocataract platforms.

[meta_title] => Best Cataract Surgery Hospital in India, Femtosecond Laser Assisted cataract Surgery - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Best Cataract surgery hospital in India with Femtosecond laser assisted Cataract Surgery and Treatment are now more safe and accurate with Centre For Sight Eye Care Hospitals. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1478351662cataract-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1476687457_icon-2.png [hover_icon] => 1476707116_icon-2-hover.png [in_left] => 1 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Robotic Blade Free Cataract Removal [hover_class] => yellowbg [banner_class] => catractbannertab [s_order] => 3 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-17 12:27:37 [modified] => 2017-01-31 12:37:01 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 782 [speciality_id] => 18 [name] => What is Cataract ? [subtitle] => Know what it is [description] => The human crystalline lens, which is clear and transparent, is part of the focusing mechanism of the eye. With age, the lens becomes cloudy and opaque, thereby hampering normal vision. This condition is called Cataract. ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 783 [speciality_id] => 18 [name] => How can it be treated ? [subtitle] => Know how [description] => Surgery is the only option for treatment of cataract. In surgery, the surgeon removes the clouded lens & puts an Intraocular Lens (IOL) in the patient's eye to restore pre-cataract vision. ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 784 [speciality_id] => 18 [name] => What is the latest technology for it ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Femto second laser cataract surgery is an innovation in cataract surgery and being bladeless has significantly automated the complicated steps of cataract surgery resulting in quicker recovery & better visual outcome ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 852 [doctor_id] => 109 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 921 [doctor_id] => 88 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 1057 [doctor_id] => 28 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 1501 [doctor_id] => 58 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 1768 [doctor_id] => 61 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 1820 [doctor_id] => 56 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 1972 [doctor_id] => 85 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 1997 [doctor_id] => 76 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2019 [doctor_id] => 44 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2047 [doctor_id] => 113 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [10] => Array ( [id] => 2101 [doctor_id] => 73 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [11] => Array ( [id] => 2111 [doctor_id] => 30 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [12] => Array ( [id] => 2172 [doctor_id] => 159 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [13] => Array ( [id] => 2181 [doctor_id] => 126 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [14] => Array ( [id] => 2190 [doctor_id] => 15 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [15] => Array ( [id] => 2197 [doctor_id] => 2 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [16] => Array ( [id] => 2258 [doctor_id] => 19 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [17] => Array ( [id] => 2262 [doctor_id] => 68 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [18] => Array ( [id] => 2269 [doctor_id] => 122 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [19] => Array ( [id] => 2298 [doctor_id] => 119 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [20] => Array ( [id] => 2312 [doctor_id] => 163 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [21] => Array ( [id] => 2314 [doctor_id] => 157 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [22] => Array ( [id] => 2316 [doctor_id] => 67 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [23] => Array ( [id] => 2321 [doctor_id] => 3 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [24] => Array ( [id] => 2335 [doctor_id] => 82 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [25] => Array ( [id] => 2341 [doctor_id] => 166 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [26] => Array ( [id] => 2446 [doctor_id] => 125 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [27] => Array ( [id] => 2448 [doctor_id] => 160 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [28] => Array ( [id] => 2465 [doctor_id] => 182 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [29] => Array ( [id] => 2487 [doctor_id] => 24 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [30] => Array ( [id] => 2510 [doctor_id] => 37 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [31] => Array ( [id] => 2535 [doctor_id] => 186 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [32] => Array ( [id] => 2536 [doctor_id] => 172 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [33] => Array ( [id] => 2551 [doctor_id] => 92 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [34] => Array ( [id] => 2556 [doctor_id] => 91 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [35] => Array ( [id] => 2560 [doctor_id] => 90 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [36] => Array ( [id] => 2564 [doctor_id] => 110 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [37] => Array ( [id] => 2571 [doctor_id] => 83 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [38] => Array ( [id] => 2575 [doctor_id] => 18 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [39] => Array ( [id] => 2579 [doctor_id] => 108 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [40] => Array ( [id] => 2583 [doctor_id] => 80 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [41] => Array ( [id] => 2585 [doctor_id] => 79 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [42] => Array ( [id] => 2588 [doctor_id] => 117 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [43] => Array ( [id] => 2596 [doctor_id] => 53 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [44] => Array ( [id] => 2599 [doctor_id] => 168 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [45] => Array ( [id] => 2602 [doctor_id] => 33 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [46] => Array ( [id] => 2604 [doctor_id] => 32 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [47] => Array ( [id] => 2607 [doctor_id] => 31 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [48] => Array ( [id] => 2613 [doctor_id] => 23 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [49] => Array ( [id] => 2619 [doctor_id] => 20 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [50] => Array ( [id] => 2620 [doctor_id] => 11 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [51] => Array ( [id] => 2623 [doctor_id] => 7 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [52] => Array ( [id] => 2626 [doctor_id] => 4 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [53] => Array ( [id] => 2632 [doctor_id] => 1 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [54] => Array ( [id] => 2637 [doctor_id] => 174 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [55] => Array ( [id] => 2641 [doctor_id] => 184 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [56] => Array ( [id] => 2652 [doctor_id] => 183 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [57] => Array ( [id] => 2654 [doctor_id] => 13 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [58] => Array ( [id] => 2656 [doctor_id] => 185 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [59] => Array ( [id] => 2664 [doctor_id] => 175 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [60] => Array ( [id] => 2667 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [61] => Array ( [id] => 2678 [doctor_id] => 169 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [62] => Array ( [id] => 2681 [doctor_id] => 170 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [63] => Array ( [id] => 2686 [doctor_id] => 25 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [64] => Array ( [id] => 2692 [doctor_id] => 97 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [65] => Array ( [id] => 2696 [doctor_id] => 27 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [66] => Array ( [id] => 2700 [doctor_id] => 5 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [67] => Array ( [id] => 2714 [doctor_id] => 65 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [68] => Array ( [id] => 2718 [doctor_id] => 189 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [69] => Array ( [id] => 2720 [doctor_id] => 127 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [70] => Array ( [id] => 2722 [doctor_id] => 70 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [71] => Array ( [id] => 2725 [doctor_id] => 66 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [72] => Array ( [id] => 2732 [doctor_id] => 46 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) [73] => Array ( [id] => 2736 [doctor_id] => 173 [speciality_id] => 18 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [3] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 19 [name] => Retina & Uvea Services [short_description] =>

Let diabetes not affect your eyes

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness in the world. It may lead to frequent fluctuations, floater and spots in your vision; pain pressure or constant redness of the eye, cataract in young age etc. The most significant complication of Diabetes in eyes is Diabetic Retinopathy.

Treatment options for Diabetic retinopathy include Laser photocoagulation, Intravitreal injections and Vitrectomy. Equipped with the latest technology and vast diagnostic and surgical experience, the Retina Department of Excellence at Centre for Sight offers all-inclusive medical and surgical management of even the most complex vitreo-retinal diseases with best possible outcomes.

[description] =>

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder which interferes with body’s ability to use and store sugar. It usually affects adults in their late forties or fifties. However, these days owing to lifestyle changes even young people can get diabetes. The classic symptoms of diabetes are increased thirst, frequent urination, weight loss, tiredness or blurred vision.

Uncontrolled diabetes can affect eyes, nerves and kidneys. Individuals with diabetes are more likely to develop cataracts at a younger age and are twice as likely to develop glaucoma as are non-diabetics. However, the primary vision problem caused by diabetes is Diabetic Retinopathy which damages the blood vessels of the retina.

In uncontrolled diabetes, high sugar in the blood can damage blood vessels of the eye. As damage progresses, they begin to leak which results in accumulation of the fluid in the central part of the retina. This deterioration of the blood vessels causes hindrance in supply of oxygen and nutrients needed by retina to stay healthy.

The spectrum of services provided by Centre for Sight includes retina care with advanced vitreoretinal surgeries, retinal detachment treatment, Diabetic Retinopathy management, laser retina treatment and anti-VEGF intravitreal injections.

Warning Symptoms:

  • Blurred, double, or distorted vision or difficulty reading.
  • Floaters or spots in your vision.
  • Partial or total loss of vision or a shadow or veil across your field of vision.
  • Pain, pressure, or constant redness of the eye.

All diabetics are at risk of getting Diabetic Retinopathy. The risk multiplies the longer a person lives with diabetes. It has been observed that about 80% of long standing diabetics (15 years or more of diabetes) have some damage in the blood vessels of retina. Diabetic retinopathy can occur at a young age in juvenile diabetics.

Diabetic retinopathy is a silent vision stealer. In early stage, there is hardly any symptom. Hence, a diabetic must strictly get his eye exam done every year. If detected early, vision loss can be prevented. But, once the damage is done, the effects are irreversible.

The ophthalmologist will do a comprehensive eye investigation to detect Diabetic Retinopathy. The eye exam includes visual acuity tests, eye pressure measurements and direct visualization of the retina with an ophthalmoscope. Sometimes the ophthalmologist may require more extensive imaging with technology like Fundus Fluorescein Angiography (FFA) and Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) to capture the details of the damage caused by abnormal blood vessels & assess the severity of the condition. Centre for Sight is well equipped with latest spectralis system of OCT & OCT angiography.

Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment

Laser Photocoagulation:

It is the most common line of action for Diabetic retinopathy treatment. But remember, this can only save the existing sight level and cannot make it better. In laser treatment, the retina specialist uses laser to destroy areas of retina deprived of oxygen which helps to prevent growth of new blood vessels into these areas. It can be done in multiple sessions. In most cases, this procedure causes the new blood vessels to regress and swelling to subside. It usually takes three to four months to be fully effective.

Vitrectomy:

Sometimes the new blood vessels bleed into the gel like centre (vitreous) of the eye. This condition – Vitreous hemorrhage can lead to a sudden loss of vision. If the vitreous hemorrhage is persistent then a procedure called Vitrectomy is recommended. This is a microsurgical procedure for diabetic retinopathy treatment which removes the blood and scar tissue from the centre of the eye. Many patients have improved vision after vitrectomy.

Intravitreal Injections:

These help patients with gross swelling in the macula. It may require injections into the eye of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) inhibitor drug or steroid to reduce the growth of abnormal blood vessels and leakage of fluid from them. These may also be used prior to surgery to reduce the bleeding.

The choice of treatment depends on the stage of the disease, the age of the patient and the recommendations of the retina specialist. With specialist retina panel and advanced technology in the field, Centre for Sight is a destination for diabetic retinopathy treatment in India.

Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment – Success Rate

Patients who have already lost vision from the disease usually do not regain the original vision. However, vision loss from complications such as bleeding into the eye or cataracts can be regained after diabetic retinopathy treatment. There is evidence that proper blood sugar control can delay and limit the progression and complications of Diabetic Retinopathy for people with diabetes.

Retinal Detachment & It's Management

Retinal detachment is an extremely grave eye condition that happens when the retina separates from the tissue behind it. One can permanently lose vision if the retina detachment isn't repaired promptly. Our team of expert retina specialists is well known across the country for management of even the worst case scenarios.

Retinal tears are although different than retinal detachment, but they are often the first stage leading to retinal detachment. If fluid from within the eye passes through a retinal tear that can separate the retina from its underlying tissue requiring prompt sealing of the same with lasers.

Retina surgery is available with us at Delhi, Hyderabad and Gurgaon. All our centers are equipped to handle medical retina cases

Age Related Macular Degeneration 

Preserve your sight for the best years of your life

Age-related macular degeneration (ARMD or AMD) is a disease that causes progressive deterioration or breakdown of the eye's macula. The macula is that part of the retina which is responsible for your central vision, allowing you to see fine details clearly. Macular degeneration is a part of body’s natural ageing process. It is quite common after the age of 65 years.

Treatment may slow down or prevent progressive loss of vision but may not bring the lost vision back. ARMD treatment plan includes Laser therapy & PDT, Anti–VEGF injections, Combination Therapy and Low Vision Aids. At Centre for Sight, we house the best infrastructure and state-of-the-art medical equipment with a pool of experienced Retina specialists so that you can be assured that you are in the best hands.

Uveitis

Understanding Uveitis

Uveitis is the inflammation of the Uvea which is made up of Iris, Ciliary body and Choroid. If we think of the eye as a hollow, fluid-filled, 3-layered ball, then the outer most layer is the sclera (a tough coat), the inner-most is the retina, (the thin light-gathering layer), and the middle layer is the Uvea (the vascular layer).
Signs and symptoms of Uveitis
•    Anterior Uveitis is associated with eye pain, redness, blurring of vision and light sensitivity.
•    Intermediate and Posterior forms of Uveitis may more typically be associated with floaters, flashes of light and blurred vision.
Treatment for Uveitis will depend on which areas of the eye are affected and what has caused the condition. Medication through drops and injections is the main treatment, but surgery can be used in particularly severe cases. At Centre for Sight, we house the best infrastructure and state-of-the-art medical equipment with a pool of experienced Retina specialists so that you can be assured that you are in the best hands.
The majority of cases of uveitis are idiopathic. This means that the process occurs without a specific identifiable cause or an associated health problem elsewhere in the body. In some cases however, an underlying health condition may be present. Underlying causes of uveitis may be broadly categorized as autoimmune disorders, infections, trauma, malignancy or other causes.
The eye needs to be examined very thoroughly to see what type of Uveitis you have. This usually involves instillation of eye drops to make the pupils wider so that the doctor can look into your eye more thoroughly. It is equally important to see if there is evidence of any other underlying cause like Auto immune disorders, infections, trauma etc. This may involve a whole variety of tests like blood tests, X-rays, scans, etc.

Treatment of Uveitis

The findings may be very similar, but the Treatment of Uveitis varies significantly depending on the type and cause of the Uveitis.
•    In the case of autoimmune Uveitis, the treatment may involve the use of corticosteroids and/or immunosuppressive drugs.
•    Treatment of Uveitis that stems from an infection, targets the treatment of the underlying infection.
•    Likewise, Uveitis may be a manifestation of a malignant condition. In this case, it is managed along with treating the underlying malignancy.

The treatment of some forms of Uveitis may involve collaboration between ophthalmologists and other specialists such as rheumatologists, infectious disease specialists or oncologists. Most patients with acute Uveitis do not lose vision and treatment is aimed at controlling the inflammation to prevent any visual loss. The main causes of visual loss in patients with chronic Uveitis are cataract, glaucoma or damage to the back of the eye from high pressure inside the eye, and macular edema or ‘waterlogging’ of the retina due to the chronic inflammation. All these conditions are treatable. At Centre for Sight, our experienced Retina & Uvea specialists are fully equipped to provide the best Uveitis treatment in India.

 

 

[meta_title] => Retina Surgery in Delhi | Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment | Treatment For Uveitis - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre For Sight is the Top Retina Surgery Hospital in Delhi, India which also provides Best Diabetic Retinopathy treatment in India as well treatment for Uveitis. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1478344894retina-uvea-services-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1476688242_icon-4.png [hover_icon] => 1476707146_icon-4-hover.png [in_left] => 1 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => State-of-the-art Retina services [hover_class] => redbg [banner_class] => retinabannertab [s_order] => 4 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-17 12:40:42 [modified] => 2018-04-30 14:33:20 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 840 [speciality_id] => 19 [name] => What is Diabetic Retinopathy? [subtitle] => Know what it is [description] => Diabetic retinopathy is an eye-related disorder of retinal blood vessels which affects adults suffering from Diabetes. All diabetics are at a risk of getting diabetic retinopathy and the risk multiplies the longer a person lives with diabetes. ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 841 [speciality_id] => 19 [name] => What is Age related Macular Degeneration? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Age-related macular degeneration (ARMD or AMD) is a disease that causes progressive deterioration or breakdown of the eye's macula. The macula is a small area in the retina which is responsible for your central vision, allowing you to see fine details clearly. ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 842 [speciality_id] => 19 [name] => What is Uveitis? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Uveitis is the inflammation of the uvea which is made up of Iris, Ciliary body and Choroid. ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1929 [doctor_id] => 57 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 2029 [doctor_id] => 36 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2046 [doctor_id] => 12 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2193 [doctor_id] => 16 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2200 [doctor_id] => 120 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 2226 [doctor_id] => 60 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 2259 [doctor_id] => 19 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 2455 [doctor_id] => 164 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2460 [doctor_id] => 180 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2461 [doctor_id] => 179 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [10] => Array ( [id] => 2464 [doctor_id] => 177 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [11] => Array ( [id] => 2546 [doctor_id] => 96 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [12] => Array ( [id] => 2562 [doctor_id] => 89 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [13] => Array ( [id] => 2566 [doctor_id] => 87 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [14] => Array ( [id] => 2568 [doctor_id] => 84 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [15] => Array ( [id] => 2581 [doctor_id] => 81 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [16] => Array ( [id] => 2605 [doctor_id] => 32 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [17] => Array ( [id] => 2634 [doctor_id] => 156 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [18] => Array ( [id] => 2635 [doctor_id] => 165 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [19] => Array ( [id] => 2639 [doctor_id] => 187 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [20] => Array ( [id] => 2659 [doctor_id] => 131 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [21] => Array ( [id] => 2698 [doctor_id] => 10 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [22] => Array ( [id] => 2704 [doctor_id] => 188 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [23] => Array ( [id] => 2709 [doctor_id] => 63 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [24] => Array ( [id] => 2719 [doctor_id] => 35 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [25] => Array ( [id] => 2723 [doctor_id] => 70 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) [26] => Array ( [id] => 2734 [doctor_id] => 93 [speciality_id] => 19 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [4] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 53 [name] => Cornea Services [short_description] =>

Cornea Services

Save your Sight by acting at the Right time

According to World Health Organization, corneal blindness is the fourth leading cause of blindness in India. Treating corneal blindness is possible through cornea transplant. In this treatment, a healthy cornea is transplanted in place of a diseased cornea in entirety through (Penetrating Keratoplasty) or in part (Lamellar Keratoplasty). Since artificial corneas are not available, corneas have to be harvested only through eye donation. <<<Eye Bank>>>

[description] =>

The human cornea can be produced only through Eye donation. Though we have trained, highly qualified surgeons and hospital facilities to do the transplant, we do not have enough eye tissues available to treat the burden of corneal blindness of our country.

Approximately 11 lakh blind population of our country are waiting for corneal transplantation and about 25,000 new cases are being reported every year. One eye donation can give sight to two corneal blind persons.

We have joined the crusade against corneal blindness by setting up Centre for Sight Eye Bank to encourage eye donations by bringing about a change in mindsets of people. With the support of our patrons and patients, we seek to bring light into the lives of those suffering from corneal blindness.

Centre for Sight has an expert panel of cornea specialists for treatment of corneal and ocular surface diseases.

Know Your Cornea

The cornea is the eye’s outermost layer. It is the clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye. It is responsible for more than 2/3rd of the eye’s focusing power. Unlike most tissues in the body, the cornea contains no blood vessels to nourish or protect it against infection. Instead, the cornea receives its nourishment from the tears and aqueous humor that fills the chamber behind it. To see well, all layers of the cornea must be free of any cloudy or opaque areas. When cornea becomes cloudy due to disease, injury, infection or malnutrition, vision is significantly lost or reduced.

Are You A Cornea Transplant Candidate?

Your doctor may suggest cornea transplant in the following circumstances:

  • Scarring from infections such as eye herpes, fungal or bacterial Keratitis.
  • Hereditary corneal diseases or dystrophies.
  • Thinning of cornea or irregular shape due to Keratoconus.
  • Chemical burns on the cornea.
  • Excessive swelling on the cornea.

Procedure for Cornea Transplant

  • Get registered after consultation with your cornea surgeon.
  • Wait for the donor cornea. The waiting period for a donor eye depends on the voluntary donation of the eye.

Sight after Transplant

The vision will improve for one year following the surgery. You will need glasses or contact lenses for vision correction. The curve of the transplanted cornea cannot match exactly the curve of your own cornea. Typically, prescription for glasses is given once all the stitches are removed. Rigid gas permeable contact lenses provide the best vision correction for corneal transplant patients due to irregularity of the cornea after the transplant.

Cornea Graft Rejection

Corneal transplants are performed routinely. In fact, of all tissue transplants, cornea transplant is most successful. But, at times exceptions happen. If the transplanted cornea is rejected by the body, following symptoms occur:

  • Redness
  • Pain
  • Decreased vision
  • Extreme sensitivity to light

Your body can reject the transplanted cornea as early as one month post-surgery and as late as five years after the cornea transplant. Rejection may be successfully reversed and vision regained following prompt diagnosis & medical therapy.

Most corneal transplants in India and even the world over are ‘full thickness’ corneal transplants. The diseased cornea is removed with all its layers and replaced by a similar or slightly larger sized, donor cornea also of ‘full’ thickness in the procedure of Cornea Transplant in India. However, in certain diseases, such as ‘Keratoconus’ or conical cornea or in superficial corneal scars, the innermost lining of the cornea, called the endothelium is intact and healthy and therefore need not be changed. This procedure is called Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty. As compared to a full thickness graft, it offeres a faster rehabilitation & reduced rate of rejection with improved graft survival.

Endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK / DMEK) has brought a revolutionary change in the technique of corneal transplantation.

It is a highly refined technique that replaces just the endothelial layer of the cornea, allowing surgeon to target the specific cause of the patient's vision loss.

In this technique no sutures are given and hence recovery is faster and more comfortable, making this the procedure of choice in cases of fuch's dystrophy & corneal decompensation.

[meta_title] => Cornea transplant in India, Cornea specialist in Delhi - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Best cornea specialist in Delhi - Contact Centre For Sight for World class Cornea Transplant Services and cornea specialist. [og_title] => Cornea transplant in India, Cornea specialist in Delhi - Centre For Sight [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Best cornea specialist in Delhi - Contact Centre For Sight for World class Cornea Transplant Services and cornea specialist. [image] => 1479813107cornea-services-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479812995_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [hover_icon] => 1479812995_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Save your Sight by acting at the Right time [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => [s_order] => 5 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-11-22 16:39:55 [modified] => 2018-07-16 16:56:25 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 866 [speciality_id] => 53 [name] => [subtitle] => [description] => ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1771 [doctor_id] => 61 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 1999 [doctor_id] => 76 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2192 [doctor_id] => 15 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2199 [doctor_id] => 2 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2539 [doctor_id] => 172 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 2573 [doctor_id] => 83 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 2580 [doctor_id] => 108 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 2610 [doctor_id] => 29 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2615 [doctor_id] => 23 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2638 [doctor_id] => 174 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [10] => Array ( [id] => 2657 [doctor_id] => 185 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [11] => Array ( [id] => 2673 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [12] => Array ( [id] => 2680 [doctor_id] => 169 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [13] => Array ( [id] => 2693 [doctor_id] => 97 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [14] => Array ( [id] => 2702 [doctor_id] => 5 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) [15] => Array ( [id] => 2713 [doctor_id] => 64 [speciality_id] => 53 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [5] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 20 [name] => Glaucoma [short_description] =>

Beware of Glaucoma – A Silent Thief of Vision

Glaucoma or ‘Kala Motia’ is a condition wherein an increased intraocular pressure damages the optic nerve thereby affecting vision. Glaucoma is a disease of the eye that slowly and painlessly takes away your sight. That’s the reason it is called ‘Silent Thief of Sight’.

There is no proven way to cure glaucoma or reverse loss of vision which has already been affected. Regular eye examination is the key to help detect this disease in early stages and preserve healthy vision.

At Centre for Sight, with our team of super specialists and advanced state-of-the-art equipment we are fully geared not only to detect early stages of Glaucoma but also its treatment and surgical management.

[description] =>

Since most people with glaucoma have no early symptoms or pain, it is important to see your eye doctor regularly so that it can be diagnosed early and glaucoma treatment can be done and an irreversible sight loss can be prevented. If you are over 40 years of age and have a family history of glaucoma, you should have a complete eye exam with an eye doctor at a glaucoma treatment hospital after every one to two years. For people in need of the latest glaucoma treatment, we have our centres spread across the country in cities like Delhi, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Indore, and Jaipur etc. where you can avail the latest glaucoma services.

A fluid known as aqueous nourishes the front part of the eye. In the normal eye, the rate of production of aqueous matches the rate of its drainage, thereby maintaining optimal pressure inside the eye. With age, disease, trauma or other factors, the channels carrying this fluid may get blocked, increasing the pressure inside the eye. This increased pressure damages the optic nerve, which is the conduit of visual messages to the brain. Working silently, glaucoma damages the outer or peripheral vision first while maintaining the central vision and if not treated on time it may lead to loss of central vision and blindness.

Glaucoma is also called the silent thief of sight because in the early stages of the disease, there may be no symptoms. By the time glaucoma is detected, the patient has already suffered extensive peripheral vision damage which can no longer be restored. The statistics reveal that by the time people realize that something is amiss and consult a doctor for glaucoma treatment, 90% of them have lost half of their vision. It comes so slowly that it goes unnoticed in most of the people. Worldwide, it is the leading cause of irreversible blindness.

Early detection is the key to preserve vision. Once detected, glaucoma can be controlled by medicines (eye drops) or surgery to prevent further vision loss. This can only be done through disciplined and regular glaucoma treatment from an eye specialist. Treatment of Glaucoma is life-long. Glaucoma treatment may include medical management, surgical management or management by lasers.

At Centre for Sight, with our team of super specialists and advanced state-of-the-art equipment we are fully geared not only to detect early stages of Glaucoma but also its treatment and surgical management.

Recent Advances in Glaucoma Management

In recent times, there have been a number of advancements in glaucoma management. In the investigational aspect, we now have more sophisticated machines which are able to detect Glaucoma at a very early stage, when no damage to the fibers of the eyes has occurred and this helps in starting the glaucoma treatment on time thereby actually preventing the onset of any possible damage to the eye.

The availability of superior anti glaucoma eye drops has also helped a lot. Newer formulations in medications have also been introduced lately thereby creating wider choice of treatment options for the ophthalmologist.

Management of glaucoma by lasers has also seen ushering in of newer technology where acute angle closure can be promptly dealt with, even when the conventional technique of making a hole by YAG laser does not yield desired results. Apart from the above breakthroughs, at Centre for Sight we also possess a number of new techniques in glaucoma surgery like planting the glaucoma filtration device (for controlled filtration), new kind of valves and use of sophisticated vitreoretinal techniques to help in conducting complicated glaucoma procedures which make Centre for Sight the preferred destination for best glaucoma treatment in Delhi.

The introduction of sophisticated techniques for glaucoma treatment provides tremendous hope for the future of comprehensive medical and surgical management of glaucoma. Centre for Sight has a panel of experienced glaucoma specialists specializing in and providing advanced glaucoma treatment in Delhi.

The goal of glaucoma treatment is to lower pressure in the eye thereby reducing the damage to the optic nerve. To treat your condition, doctor may choose to either lower the eye pressure through medicated eye drops, or improve drainage of fluid in the eye or lower the amount of the fluid produced in the eye. With a panel of experienced glaucoma specialists, Centre for Sight is a destination for treatment of glaucoma in Delhi and India.

[meta_title] => Best Glaucoma treatment in Delhi | Glaucoma Specialist Hospital| Treatment of Glaucoma [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre For sight is the Top Glaucoma treatment hospital in Delhi, controlling of glaucoma by medicines and Glaucoma Specialist in Delhi to prevent further vision loss. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1479357321glaucoma-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1476686319_icon-5.png [hover_icon] => 1476701830_icon-5-hover.png [in_left] => 1 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Latest in Glaucoma Management [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => Glaucomabannertab [s_order] => 6 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-17 12:08:39 [modified] => 2018-09-17 14:33:33 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 870 [speciality_id] => 20 [name] => What is Glaucoma ? [subtitle] => Know what it is [description] => "Kala Motia" or "Glaucoma" is caused by build-up of pressure in the eyes, which damages the optic nerve leading to impairment of visual ability ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 871 [speciality_id] => 20 [name] => Who can get it ? [subtitle] => Know who can get it [description] => Anyone can get glaucoma. But along with other factors, you are at a higher risk of getting it if it runs in your family. If a close first degree relative had it, then you should fix an annual eye checkup without fail. ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 872 [speciality_id] => 20 [name] => Is there a cure for Glaucoma ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Glaucoma cannot be cured but it can be controlled so that furthur damage to the optic nerve can be slowed or halted. This can only be done through disciplined and regular treatment from a Glaucoma specialist who will recommend appropriate eye drops or surgery. ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1821 [doctor_id] => 56 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 2102 [doctor_id] => 73 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2182 [doctor_id] => 126 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2260 [doctor_id] => 19 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2263 [doctor_id] => 68 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 2313 [doctor_id] => 163 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 2317 [doctor_id] => 67 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 2322 [doctor_id] => 3 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2336 [doctor_id] => 82 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2449 [doctor_id] => 160 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [10] => Array ( [id] => 2488 [doctor_id] => 24 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [11] => Array ( [id] => 2537 [doctor_id] => 172 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [12] => Array ( [id] => 2554 [doctor_id] => 94 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [13] => Array ( [id] => 2557 [doctor_id] => 91 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [14] => Array ( [id] => 2576 [doctor_id] => 18 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [15] => Array ( [id] => 2586 [doctor_id] => 79 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [16] => Array ( [id] => 2589 [doctor_id] => 117 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [17] => Array ( [id] => 2597 [doctor_id] => 53 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [18] => Array ( [id] => 2603 [doctor_id] => 33 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [19] => Array ( [id] => 2606 [doctor_id] => 32 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [20] => Array ( [id] => 2621 [doctor_id] => 11 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [21] => Array ( [id] => 2624 [doctor_id] => 7 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [22] => Array ( [id] => 2633 [doctor_id] => 1 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [23] => Array ( [id] => 2642 [doctor_id] => 184 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [24] => Array ( [id] => 2653 [doctor_id] => 183 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [25] => Array ( [id] => 2679 [doctor_id] => 169 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [26] => Array ( [id] => 2687 [doctor_id] => 25 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [27] => Array ( [id] => 2697 [doctor_id] => 27 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [28] => Array ( [id] => 2703 [doctor_id] => 9 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [29] => Array ( [id] => 2715 [doctor_id] => 65 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [30] => Array ( [id] => 2721 [doctor_id] => 127 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [31] => Array ( [id] => 2724 [doctor_id] => 70 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [32] => Array ( [id] => 2726 [doctor_id] => 66 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) [33] => Array ( [id] => 2729 [doctor_id] => 130 [speciality_id] => 20 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [6] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 22 [name] => Paediatric Ophthalmology & Squint [short_description] =>

Specialists in Squint and Lazy Eye Syndrome

A Squint or Strabismus develops when the eye muscles do not work in a balanced way and the eyes do not move together correctly. This loss of coordination between the muscles of the two eyes leads to misalignment. Ideally, eyes move in parallel direction. But, in case of squint, also known as crossed eyes, one eye points in the direction in which the person is looking and the other eye turns inwards, outwards, upwards or downwards. This condition is more common in children than in adults.

The squinting eye is used less often and the brain tends to neglect the image from that eye. In children, this may lead to Amblyopia (Lazy Eye). Moreover, constant squint reduces the development of binocularity and depth perception which are required for various activities like driving, sports etc.

 

[description] =>

Squint does not correct on its own. Treatment of squint should begin as early as possible. The eye specialist is the best judge and will advise you the correct treatment. The earlier the treatment begins, greater are the chances of improvement.

Squint treatment for children include muscle exercises, use of prisms in spectacles and surgery to correct squint. Amblyopia therapy may also be required in cases with lazy eye.

In order to improve vision, the weakened muscles in the affected eye or eyes must be put to work. Several Squint treatment techniques may be used alone or in combination, depending on the type, severity, and cause of strabismus, including – Eyeglasses or contact lenses may help people who have crossed eyes due to an uncorrected farsightedness.

Such issues needs utmost attention and treatment at the earliest and our world class facility offers the best technology available for your child’s eye care needs like pediatric eye care services which include evaluation to assess and diagnose vision problems, visual evaluation in children with multiple congenital anomalies, evaluation and treatment of poor eyesight and surgical and nonsurgical treatment of strabismus.

At Centre for Sight, we understand that your little one sees differently. That’s why we have eye specialists who are trained in Paediatric eye care so that your child gets nothing less than the most specialized care.

[meta_title] => Squint Correction Treatment | Pediatric Eye Care | squint surgery for children Delhi - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre For Sight is offering Pediatric eye Care services in Delhi. We offer all squint related treatments including squint correction treatment and squint surgery for children. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1478345415paediatric-ophthalmology-squint-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1476698351_icon-7.png [hover_icon] => 1476698351_icon-7-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Specialists in Squint and Lazy Eye Syndrome [hover_class] => redbg [banner_class] => paediatricbannertab [s_order] => 7 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-17 15:29:11 [modified] => 2018-04-30 14:36:04 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 846 [speciality_id] => 22 [name] => Does a child's eye care require a specialist ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => The types of eye diseases that affect children are different from those affecting the adults and require different kind of approach & instruments to diagnose and treat. ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 847 [speciality_id] => 22 [name] => Common eye diseases in children ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Most common eye diseases seen in children are Squint, Lazy eye disease, Congenital or Pediatric cataract, Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) and uncommonly Tumors. ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 848 [speciality_id] => 22 [name] => What is amblyopia ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Amblyopia (lazy eye) is an eye condition defined by an unexplained reduction of vision in one eye, unrelated to any obvious eye disease. It occurs when the vision in one eye does not develop properly during early childhood. ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1640 [doctor_id] => 21 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 2538 [doctor_id] => 172 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2552 [doctor_id] => 92 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2565 [doctor_id] => 110 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2616 [doctor_id] => 22 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 2665 [doctor_id] => 175 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 2668 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 2682 [doctor_id] => 170 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2688 [doctor_id] => 25 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2737 [doctor_id] => 173 [speciality_id] => 22 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [7] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 23 [name] => Oculoplasty & Ocular Oncology [short_description] =>

From cosmesis to cancer. Cover it all.

Eye Cancer is a life-altering disease – it not just can potentially wipe out the vision but also can endanger the eye and the life. Every year, about 10,000 new eye cancer cases are diagnosed in India, 70 - 80% in adults and 20 – 30% in children. About 1500 children are diagnosed with retinoblastoma each year in India.

Upon early detection, complete cure is possible with appropriate treatment. A few decades ago, retinoblastoma was considered to be uniformly fatal, while the current management strategy is able to save life in over 95% of children, salvage the eye in 90% and save vision in 85%.

Centre for Sight offers contemporary and cost-effective approaches to preventing, diagnosing, and treating cancers of the eye, accessible to all. Our aim is to establish a new benchmark in the comprehensive care of eye cancers. 

[description] =>

Comprehensive, evidence-based, experience-driven, and protocol-guided management of tumors of the eyelid, conjunctiva, intraocular structures and orbit has a focus at Centre for Sight Hyderabad, which has been conceived as the International Referral Centre for Ocular Oncology.

The facility is equipped with sophisticated computerized 3-D brachytherapy planning system, Ruthenium 106 plaque brachytherapy, thermocouple-driven cryotherapy, integrated low-morbidity day care chemotherapy unit; and access to sentinel node biopsy, sophisticated Novalis radiotherapy and Linear Accelerator with multi-energy photon and electron beam delivery, Image Guided Radiotherapy, Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy, 3-D Conformal Radiotherapy, PET-CT Guided Radiotherapy etc.

Retinoblastoma

They Live and See

Facilities include day care child-friendly chemotherapy facility, plaque brachytherapy, large spot IO transpupillary thermotherapy, sophisticated cryosurgery suite, wide-field pediatric digital fundus photography and FFA for image-guided treatment, nanoparticle-based periocular chemotherapy, intravitreal chemotherapy, and access to blood bank, super selective intra-arterial chemotherapy, bone marrow transplantation and clinical genetics. Our public awareness campaigns will hopefully help in early diagnosis.

Ocular, Orbital and Facial Prosthesis

An Eye for an Eye

Ocularistry is an essential service to cosmetically rehabilitate patients when all else fails. The work profile of our Ocularistry service comprises of custom ocular prosthesis, light weight prosthesis, self-lubricating prosthesis, silicone prosthesis, custom conformer, hydrogel socket expansion, glue-on and spectacle-mounted exenteration prosthesis, facial prosthesis and osseo-integrated prosthesis in collaboration with a maxillofacial surgeon.

 

[meta_title] => Oculoplasty Treatment in Delhi | Eye Cancer Treatment - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre For Sight offers Oculoplasty treatment or surgery in Delhi. We have experienced Oculoplasty treatment, Ocular Oncology and eye Cancer treatment in Delhi. [og_title] => Oculoplasty Treatment in Delhi | Eye Cancer Treatment - Centre For Sight [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre For Sight offers Oculoplasty treatment or surgery in Delhi. We have experienced Oculoplasty treatment, Ocular Oncology and eye Cancer treatment in Delhi. [image] => 1478344802oculoplasty-ocular-oncology-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1476698947_icon-8.png [hover_icon] => 1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Early Diagnostic is essential [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => oculoplastybannertab [s_order] => 8 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-17 15:39:07 [modified] => 2018-09-18 15:12:34 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 873 [speciality_id] => 23 [name] => Common types of cancer in the eyes [subtitle] => Know what they are [description] => Cancers can affect structures inside the eye as well as in the tissues around the eyes like eyelids, conjunctiva or from soft tissues surrounding the eye. Some common ocular cancers include retinoblastoma, choroidal melanoma, and orbital tumors ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 874 [speciality_id] => 23 [name] => What is Cryotherapy ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => It is a treatment option for cancer by the use of freezing temperature to kill the cancer cells. Cryotherapy is carried out under local anesthesia. The goal is to freeze the cancer cells and cause their destruction ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 875 [speciality_id] => 23 [name] => Where can you get treatment done ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Centre for Sight offers ocular oncology services. Our Hyderabad facility houses the International Referral Centre for Ocular Oncology which is fully equipped with advanced diagnostic and therapeutic facilities for comprehensive eye cancer management ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1702 [doctor_id] => 129 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 1981 [doctor_id] => 116 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2103 [doctor_id] => 73 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2156 [doctor_id] => 62 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2208 [doctor_id] => 158 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 2270 [doctor_id] => 122 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 2462 [doctor_id] => 178 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 2567 [doctor_id] => 86 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2600 [doctor_id] => 168 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2669 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 23 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [8] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 25 [name] => Oculoplasty & Facial Aesthetics [short_description] =>

Don't Let Your Eyes Reveal Your Age

Ophthalmic plastic surgery or 'Oculoplasty' is the branch of ophthalmology that deals not only with the diseases of the eye, but also important structures around the eyes like eyelids, eyebrows, orbit and the tear system which are vital to the normal appearance and function of our eyes.

Centre for Sight offers comprehensive, state-of-the-art services for cosmetic procedures for the eyes and face. Our experienced Ophthalmic and Facial cosmetic surgeons combine their in-depth knowledge of Ophthalmology with the expertise in cosmetic eye surgery to help rejuvenate and enhance your facial features and ensuring you of refreshed self-confidence.

[description] =>

Ophthalmic and Facial Plastic Surgery

Services at the Ophthalmic and Facial Plastic Surgery department would include correction of congenital and acquired deformities of the eyelid, lacrimal system, orbit and socket.

Our trained Ophthalmic and Facial Cosmetic Surgeons fully understand and are well versed with the complexities and management of these sensitive areas; helping rejuvenate and enhance facial features with various surgical and non-surgical methods, delivering the best cosmetic eye surgery in India.

Comprehensive treatment is offered for Droopy & tired eyes, Eyelid bags, Wrinkles & deep expression lines, Dark circles, aging eye and facial skin changes.

Treatment options are available for Ptosis surgery, Brow lift, Blepharoplasty (upper & lower), Botox & dermal fillers.

Cosmetic eyelid surgery consists of surgical procedures designed to improve the appearance of your eyes, primarily to reduce signs of aging. In most cases, the surgery is performed on the eyelids and/or the surrounding tissues, not the eyes.

[meta_title] => Cosmetic eye surgery| Oculoplasty surgery | Oculoplasty surgeon - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre for Sight user state-of-the-art technology for oculoplasty surgery with cosmetic/aesthetic procedures for the eyes and face at our Centers. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1483335646oculoplasty-facial-aesthetics-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479793798_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [hover_icon] => 1479793798_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Don't Let Your Eyes Reveal Your Age [hover_class] => purplewbg [banner_class] => Oculoplastybannertab [s_order] => 9 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-21 11:01:02 [modified] => 2017-01-31 13:05:33 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 799 [speciality_id] => 25 [name] => [subtitle] => [description] => ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1703 [doctor_id] => 129 [speciality_id] => 25 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 2157 [doctor_id] => 62 [speciality_id] => 25 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2511 [doctor_id] => 37 [speciality_id] => 25 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2670 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 25 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2716 [doctor_id] => 65 [speciality_id] => 25 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [9] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 36 [name] => Ocular Surface & Dry Eyes Disorders [short_description] =>

Coming soon

[description] => [meta_title] => [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => [og_title] => [og_url] => [og_image] => [og_description] => [image] => 1478351142ocular-surface-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479791689_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [hover_icon] => 1479791689_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 0 [title] => [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => Ocularbannertab [s_order] => 10 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-21 11:07:14 [modified] => 2018-04-26 16:35:39 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 835 [speciality_id] => 36 [name] => [subtitle] => [description] => ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1769 [doctor_id] => 61 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 1998 [doctor_id] => 76 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2191 [doctor_id] => 15 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2198 [doctor_id] => 2 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2457 [doctor_id] => 181 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 2572 [doctor_id] => 83 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 2609 [doctor_id] => 29 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 2614 [doctor_id] => 23 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 2671 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2701 [doctor_id] => 5 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) [10] => Array ( [id] => 2711 [doctor_id] => 64 [speciality_id] => 36 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [10] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 46 [name] => Neuro-Ophthalmology [short_description] =>

Addressing every problem of the eye

Neuro ophthalmology is the sub-speciality of ophthalmology that deals with diseases related to the optic nerve and the brain. Some common diseases that a neuro-ophthalmologist may see include optic neuritis (inflammation of the optic nerve), optic neuropathy, papilledema (optic disc edema), ocular myasthenia gravis, brain tumors affecting vision, idiopathic intracranial hypertension or pseudo tumor cerebri, unexplained visual loss, headaches and double vision.

At Centre for Sight, we are equipped with electrophysiology machines (VER, ERG, and multifocal ERG) to diagnose, monitor and treat these complex disorders.

[description] => [meta_title] => Lasik Surgery Reviews | Neuro Ophthalmology Treatment In India [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre for Sight, the guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion and cutting edge technology to all who enter our portals. [og_title] => [og_url] => [og_image] => [og_description] => [image] => 1478350388neuro-ophthalmology-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479792634_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [hover_icon] => 1479792634_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 0 [title] => Addressing every problem of the eye [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => Ophthalmologybannertab [s_order] => 11 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-21 15:30:35 [modified] => 2017-01-31 13:03:19 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 793 [speciality_id] => 46 [name] => What is neuro-opthalmology ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Neuro-opthalmology is the sub-speciality of ophthalmology that deals with diseases related to the optic nerve and the brain ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 794 [speciality_id] => 46 [name] => Common nerve related diseases for the eye [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Optic neuritis (inflammation of the optic nerve), optic neuropathy, papilledema (optic disc edema), ocular myasthenia gravis, brain tumors affecting vision, idiopathic intracranial hypertension or pseudo tumor cerebri, unexplained visual loss ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 795 [speciality_id] => 46 [name] => Why choose Centre for Sight? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => At Centre for Sight, we are equipped with electrophysiology machines (VER, ERG, and multifocal ERG) to diagnose and monitor these complex disorders. ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1641 [doctor_id] => 21 [speciality_id] => 46 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 2466 [doctor_id] => 182 [speciality_id] => 46 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 2617 [doctor_id] => 22 [speciality_id] => 46 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 2672 [doctor_id] => 52 [speciality_id] => 46 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 2683 [doctor_id] => 170 [speciality_id] => 46 [status] => 1 ) ) ) [11] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 50 [name] => Keratoconus Treatment [short_description] =>

Understanding Keratoconus.

The cornea is the clear curved layer at the front of the eye. The precise shape of the cornea allows it to act as a lens, projecting an image into the eye. Sometimes the cornea is not strong enough to hold this round shape and it bulges outwards like a cone. This condition is called Keratoconus and it results in significant vision impairment.

Symptoms usually start to occur in people who are in their late teens and early 20s. The treatment plan for Keratoconus has two aspects, first to stop its progression and second is to look at the refractive error and provide aid to improve the impaired vision. Severe cases may require corneal transplant.

Centre for Sight has the latest technology and experienced cornea specialists for treatment of Keratoconus.

[description] =>

The word Keratoconus is formed by two Greek words: kerato, meaning cornea, and konus, meaning cone. Keratoconus is a condition in which the shape of the cornea, which is usually round, is distorted, developing a cone-shaped bulge, resulting in decreased or distorted vision. The condition is mostly bilateral and asymmetric – meaning that it usually affects both eyes; however one eye may be more affected than the other. Keratoconus is an inherited condition that sometimes skips generations. Its onset is usually during puberty and is often related to allergies (hay fever, asthma and eczema). The cornea is a bit more elastic than normal and tends to alter in shape and thins out becoming cone shaped. Rubbing the eyes can aggravate the condition. The typical patient with undiagnosed keratoconus complains of deteriorating vision and frequent change in glasses. They may often report multiple images or ghosting of images and often relate a history of frequent refractive correction changes without much improvement in visual acuity. Patients may also report irritating symptoms such as intolerance to light (glare), photophobia and a recurrent foreign body sensation. Our centres are equipped with the latest corneal topography systems (Pentacam, Orbscan) to help in early detection and monitoring of keratoconus. Centre for Sight offers keratoconus treatment and the entire spectrum of treatment modalities – Corneal collagen crosslinking, intrastromal ring segments, implantable collamer lenses (ICL) and corneal transplantation.

[meta_title] => Keratoconus Clinic | Keratoconus Treatment Delhi - Center For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre for Sight has been a pioneer in keratoconus treatment in India. Our Keratoconus Clinic uses Latest corneal topography systems which helps in early detection of keratoconus. [og_title] => Centre For Sight - Every Eye Deserves The Best [og_url] => //www.centreforsight.net [og_image] => http://www.centreforsight.net/img/cfs-logo.png [og_description] => Centre for Sight is a renowned Eye Care Hospital whose guiding principles for achieving excellence in eye care are to provide super specialized eye care, honest clinical opinion from our eye doctors and cutting edge technology at our eye clinic, to all who enter our portals. It is one of those eye hospitals where the optimum care of the patient is put before everything else. [image] => 1478349496keratoconus-clinic-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479724376_1476944264_icon-3-hover_(2).png [hover_icon] => 1479724376_1476944264_icon-3-hover_(2).png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 1 [title] => Understanding Keratoconus [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => Keratoconusbannertab [s_order] => 12 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-24 16:20:51 [modified] => 2018-04-30 14:47:47 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 849 [speciality_id] => 50 [name] => [subtitle] => [description] => ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( ) ) [12] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 51 [name] => Eye Bank [short_description] =>

Donate your Eyes. Light A Life

If the cornea (the clear tissue covering the front of the eye) becomes cloudy from disease, injury, infection or poor nutrition, vision is dramatically reduced or lost. Corneal blindness can be treated by replacing the damaged cornea with a healthy donated human cornea. The human cornea can be produced only through Eye donation. Corneal blindness affects mainly children and young adults who have a long life ahead of them.

Though India has highly qualified surgeons and hospital facilities to do the transplant, we do not have enough eye tissues available to do the surgery. Approximately 11 lakh blind population of our country are waiting for corneal transplantation and about 25,000 new cases are being reported every year. One eye donation can give sight to two corneal blind persons.

We have joined the crusade against corneal blindness by setting up Centre for Sight Eye Bank to encourage eye donations by bringing about a change in mindsets of people. With the support of our patrons and patients, we seek to bring light into the lives of those suffering from corneal blindness.

[description] =>

We have joined the crusade against corneal blindness by setting up Centre for Sight Eye Bank at Preet Vihar, Delhi to encourage eye donations by bringing about a change in mindsets. With the support of our patrons and patients, we seek to bring light into the lives of those suffering from corneal blindness.

Eye donation is an act of donating one’s eyes after his/her death. Only corneal blind persons can be benefitted through this process. It is an act of charity, purely for the benefit of the society and is totally voluntary.

 

[meta_title] => Eye Bank in Delhi, Eye Donation - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Centre For Sight started an Eye Bank in Delhi to join the crusade against corneal blindness. We encourage Eye Donations by contributing for a change in mindsets. [og_title] => [og_url] => [og_image] => [og_description] => [image] => 1478349450eye-bank-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479791767_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [hover_icon] => 1479791767_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 0 [title] => Donate your Eyes. Light A Life [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => [s_order] => 13 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-24 16:26:58 [modified] => 2017-08-25 16:09:49 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 824 [speciality_id] => 51 [name] => [subtitle] => [description] => ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( ) ) [13] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 47 [name] => Low Vision Aids [short_description] =>

Redefining the way you look at the world.

Contact lenses are devices made of medical grade pliable, hydrophilic plastic materials called Hydrogel used mainly for correction of refractive errors of the eyes. They offer a more active spectacles free life, greater cosmetic acceptability, better & clearer images, lack of misting and a wider field of view than spectacles.

The contact lens clinic at Centre for Sight provides a comprehensive range of the latest contact lenses, contact lens trial, fitting and dispensing for cases ranging from simple refractive errors to complex corneal surfaces such as post-transplant eyes and patients with Keratoconus.

[description] =>

Low Vision Aids

Aiding the world to see

Low vision is diminished sight with minimal ability to see (particularly central vision) that is unresolved or uncorrected with traditional eyeglasses, contact lenses, intraocular lens implants or corrective surgery. However, in some cases, persons with low vision may be aided with special visual devices.

There are many causes of low vision, including, but not limited to, Macular degeneration, congenital defects present at birth, injury to the eye or brain, diseases like diabetes, glaucoma etc.

The Low Vision Clinic at Centre for Sight provides the following services for evaluation and visual rehabilitation of people with low vision:

  • Clinical & Functional low vision examination.
  • Visual function evaluation of children with special needs.
  • Prescription and training in use of low vision devices.
  • Counseling for visual rehabilitation; Individual vision training programme
  • Referrals for orientation and mobility assessment.
  • Counseling & follow-up at home and in school

 

[meta_title] => Computer Vision Syndrome | Eye Lens Replacement | Best Contact Lens - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => We assist you find the Best Contact Lens at our contact lens clinic. We provide world class computer vision syndrome and Eye Lense Replacement Treatment to get free from Glasses! Contact us now for more info. [og_title] => [og_url] => [og_image] => [og_description] => [image] => 1478350065contact-lens-low-vision-aids-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479724469_1476944264_icon-3-hover_(2).png [hover_icon] => 1479724469_1476944264_icon-3-hover_(2).png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 0 [title] => Redefining the way the world looks at you [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => Contactlensebannertab [s_order] => 14 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-24 15:09:02 [modified] => 2018-09-18 15:13:03 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 876 [speciality_id] => 47 [name] => What are contact lenses ? [subtitle] => Know what they are [description] => Contact lenses are devices made of medical grade plastic materials used mainly for correction of refractive error. They offer a more active spectacle free life, greater cosmetic acceptability, better & clearer images, lack of misting and a wider field of view than spectacles. ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 877 [speciality_id] => 47 [name] => Causes of low vision [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => There are many causes of low vision, including, but not limited to, Macular degeneration, congenital defects present at birth, injury to the eye or brain, diseases like diabetes, glaucoma etc. ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 878 [speciality_id] => 47 [name] => How is low vision managed ? [subtitle] => Know about it [description] => Management of Low Vision involves Evaluation, Prescription of low vision devices and rehabilitation. ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( ) ) [14] => Array ( [Speciality] => Array ( [id] => 44 [name] => Computer Vision Syndrome [short_description] =>

Getting Rid of Computer related Eye Strain

Do you spend more than 2 hours in a day working on a computer? Do your eyes feel tired in the evening after working on a computer screen? Do you occasionally suffer from blurred vision or stiff neck and shoulder pains? If your answer is yes to any of the two questions, you are not alone. Like million others, you too may be suffering from the Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) or eye strain.

Centre for Sight offers end-to-end treatment for addressing the problem of CVS starting from detection, evaluation and its management which is unique as per each individual’s need. A detailed clinical evaluation, and understanding of the job and work environment of each individual needs to be taken into account before starting the treatment.

[description] =>

Computer vision syndrome or CVS is the straining of the eyes which occurs when a person uses computer/laptop for continuous and prolonged periods of time. It is usually a temporary discomfort which fades away on its own, however if the discomfort continues to linger or worsens, one needs to follow simple day to day practices to minimize it. More than half of the people who work on computers have at least some symptoms related to eye strain problems. Nowadays even children are suffering through these issues due to continuous usage of video games, mobile phones and television.

What causes Computer Vision Syndrome?

Less of blinking: Blinking is the natural reflex of eyes to keep it moist. When you work on computers you blink less than the normal. The normal blink rate in human eyes is 16–20 per minute. Studies have shown that the blink rate decreases to as low as 6–8 blinks/minute for persons working on the computer screen. Obviously, this causes dry eyes.

Visual problems: People who are already nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism are more likely to develop computer vision syndrome. Multi-focal lenses make it even more difficult because the screen is higher and further away from the zones meant for distance & near.

Computer glare and reflection: Glare from surrounding lamps and lights can also lead to eyestrain.

Improper workstation design: One of the most common problems in workstation set-up is that the monitor of the computer is placed too high. The top of the screen should be at eye level. This is because the ideal gaze angle is 10 to 20 degrees below the eye. A screen that is too high can lead to dry, irritated eyes as you blink less frequently. It also causes headaches, neck and upper back pain because the head is tilted towards the back to see the screen.

Dry environment and dehydration: Air conditioners strip the air of its moisture. Dehydration when combined with dryness can worsen dry eyes thereby making you prone to Computer Vision Syndrome.

Reading new, unfamiliar material at work: When you strain to read something new at your work desk and have to do it in a tight deadline, the mind can become stressed and agitated. Stress affects the whole upper body – the arms, shoulders, neck and head. This explains why reading at work can be so draining and exhausting, but then you can go home and watch television for 3 hours or sink into your favorite chair with a magazine. Mental states can interfere with normal vision.

How to avoid Computer Vision Syndrome?

  1. Use proper lighting. Put shades and drapes on windows to avoid bright light coming from outside, when you are working on a computer.
  2. Adjust the brightness of your computer screen. Closely match the brightness of the environment with that of your computer screen, by using the buttons on the monitor.
  3. Reduce glare. Install an anti-glare screen on your monitor. Again, when outside light cannot be reduced, use a computer hood. Have an anti-reflective coating applied to your glasses. This will prevent glare and reflections on the backside of your lenses from reaching your eyes.
  4. Take frequent breaks. Avoid working on computer screen for long hours. Do phone calls, or get up for a glass of water, chat with a colleague to relieve eye strain.
  5. Follow 20-20-20 rule. Take a 20 second break and look 20 feet away every 20 minutes. This exercise will help you prevent strained near vision and stretch your focusing muscles.
  6. Remember to blink as it rewets the eyes.
  7. Exercise even when sitting. Anyone in a sedentary job, especially those using computers, should stand up, move about, or exercise their arms, legs, back, neck, and shoulders frequently.

While these measures will resolve Computer Vision Syndrome, in many cases it is recommended to visit an eye specialist for consultation whenever the above symptoms are observed.

[meta_title] => Computer Vision Syndrome | Eye Treatment - Centre For Sight [meta_keyword] => [meta_description] => Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is eye vision problem which is related with people who spend hours in front of a computer and laptop screen in routine. [og_title] => [og_url] => [og_image] => [og_description] => [image] => 1478350628computer-vision-syndrome-1.jpg [broucher] => [icon] => 1479792875_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [hover_icon] => 1479792875_1476698947_icon-8-hover.png [in_left] => 0 [in_menu] => 0 [title] => Getting Rid of Computer related Eye Strain [hover_class] => bluebg [banner_class] => Computerbannertab [s_order] => 15 [status] => 1 [created] => 2016-10-21 12:38:16 [modified] => 2017-01-06 18:30:53 ) [SpecialityImage] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 724 [speciality_id] => 44 [name] => [subtitle] => [description] => ) ) [DoctorSpeciality] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 1502 [doctor_id] => 58 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [id] => 1770 [doctor_id] => 61 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [2] => Array ( [id] => 1795 [doctor_id] => 45 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [3] => Array ( [id] => 1797 [doctor_id] => 39 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [4] => Array ( [id] => 1811 [doctor_id] => 47 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [5] => Array ( [id] => 1818 [doctor_id] => 38 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [6] => Array ( [id] => 1822 [doctor_id] => 56 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [7] => Array ( [id] => 1927 [doctor_id] => 111 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [8] => Array ( [id] => 1961 [doctor_id] => 114 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [9] => Array ( [id] => 2020 [doctor_id] => 44 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [10] => Array ( [id] => 2043 [doctor_id] => 50 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [11] => Array ( [id] => 2112 [doctor_id] => 30 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [12] => Array ( [id] => 2121 [doctor_id] => 41 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [13] => Array ( [id] => 2137 [doctor_id] => 43 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [14] => Array ( [id] => 2146 [doctor_id] => 40 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [15] => Array ( [id] => 2169 [doctor_id] => 49 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [16] => Array ( [id] => 2264 [doctor_id] => 68 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [17] => Array ( [id] => 2318 [doctor_id] => 67 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [18] => Array ( [id] => 2447 [doctor_id] => 125 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [19] => Array ( [id] => 2584 [doctor_id] => 80 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [20] => Array ( [id] => 2689 [doctor_id] => 25 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [21] => Array ( [id] => 2712 [doctor_id] => 64 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [22] => Array ( [id] => 2727 [doctor_id] => 66 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) [23] => Array ( [id] => 2733 [doctor_id] => 46 [speciality_id] => 44 [status] => 1 ) ) ) )
  • SMILE

    Stop getting framed by Spectacles. Choose SMILE.

    The SMILE technology is available at our Delhi, Hy… Read More

  • LASIK & Refractive Surgery

    Good bye Glasses. Hello World.

    EPI-LASIK FOR SURFACE PRK Epi-Lasik surface Photo… Read More

  • Cataract

    Robotic Blade Free Cataract Removal

    ​ Cataract In cataract, there is a buildup… Read More

  • Retina & Uvea Services

    State-of-the-art Retina services

    Diabetes is a metabolic disorder which interferes … Read More

  • Cornea Services

    Save your Sight by acting at the Right time

    The human cornea can be produced only through Eye … Read More

  • Glaucoma

    Latest in Glaucoma Management

    Since most people with glaucoma have no early symp… Read More

  • Paediatric Ophthalmology & Squint

    Specialists in Squint and Lazy Eye Syndrome

    Squint does not correct on its own. Treatment of s… Read More

  • Oculoplasty & Ocular Oncology

    Early Diagnostic is essential

    Comprehensive, evidence-based, experience-driven, … Read More

  • Oculoplasty & Facial Aesthetics

    Don't Let Your Eyes Reveal Your Age

    Ophthalmic and Facial Plastic Surgery Services … Read More

  • Ocular Surface & Dry Eyes Disorders

  • Neuro-Ophthalmology

    Addressing every problem of the eye

  • Keratoconus Treatment

    Understanding Keratoconus

    The word Keratoconus is formed by two Greek words:… Read More

  • Eye Bank

    Donate your Eyes. Light A Life

    We have joined the crusade against corneal blindne… Read More

  • Low Vision Aids

    Redefining the way the world looks at you

    Low Vision Aids Aiding the world to see Low … Read More

  • Computer Vision Syndrome

    Getting Rid of Computer related Eye Strain

    Computer vision syndrome or CVS is the straining o… Read More

+91-90156-02000