Cataract (Hindi: Safed Motia or Motiabind) is age related changes in the natural lens of the eye leading to opacification and consequently causing blurring of vision.


LASIK is the most popular laser vision correction procedure in the world today. LASIK is a two stage procedure. The first step is creation of a flap of 90 – 130 micron thickness.


Glaucoma is complex disease of the eye involving irreversible damage to the optic nerve due to increased intraocular pressure. Risk factors for glaucoma include age above 40 years, diabetes, myopia, mature cataract, trauma, certain retinal diseases and a family history of glaucoma.


We treat patients with disorders of the cornea and outer coats of the eye, including the conjunctiva and sclera. Conditions affecting these parts of the eye can cause redness, pain and decreased vision. We are also provide the latest refractive surgery procedures to treat nearsightedness, astigmatism and farsightedness.


The retina is the light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the inner eye. It acts like the film in a camera. Images come through the eye's lens and are focused on the retina.


Phacoemulsification or PHACO is popular and most frequently performed surgery in present time world wide.The principle involves bracking of lens into small pieces , emulsifing it by ultrasound energy and then aspirating the lens matter, all done through a very small inscision.


These are most commonly used IOLs which provide clear vision for all distances hence almost all the routine activities can be performed without the need for additional glasses.


Contact lenses are better than spectacles and enhances the vision of the patient by reducing spectacle aberrations and increasing the visual field, thus giving a natural vision.


Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is "the complex of eye and vision problems which are experienced by computer users" The vision problems at computers result in visual inefficiencies and in eye-related symptoms.