Process ~ Mediniq Healthcare Pvt Ltd
Get a Call

Eye/Ophthalmology – طب وجراحة العيون


Eye is one of the most sensitive organs in our body that needs extreme care to prevent any problems or abnormalities. Problems in vision arise due to a variety of factors. One of the most common reasons is the age. Vision problems are more common once we grow older and older. Hence, preventive measures should be taken right from the young age to maintain healthy eyes. In case any symptoms of problems are recognized, they need to be treated immediately.

The most common eye problems that are diagnosed during old age are:

  • Blind spots – Areas in the field of our vision where we are not able to see anything.
  • Blurred vision – People experience problems in seeing the sharpness of objects and also viewing small details.
  • Glaucoma – Poor vision in the dark, difficulties in peripheral vision. If ignored can result in sudden or gradual blindness.
  • Nearsightedness – Inability to see objects that are nearby. Commonly diagnosed for people who are in their mid 40s.
  • Cataract – Cloudiness above the eye lens which is indicated by the presence of halos around lights. People become very sensitive to glare. Poor vision both during the day and also the night.
  • Macular degeneration – Blurred, distorted and poor central vision causing blindness in people who are above 60 years of age.
  • Floaters – There’s a possibility of detach of retina. People experience drifting of certain particles in the eye.
  • Diabetic retinopathy – It can result in blindness due to bleeding in the eye retina.
  • Optic neuritis – Optical nerve becomes inflamed due to some type of infection or disease like multiple sclerosis.
  • Detached retina – Sense of blockage in vision, floater particles or light flashes in the field of your vision.
  • Temporal arteritis – This is caused due to the inflammation of arteries that supply blood to the optic nerve.
  • Migraines – This causes severe headaches. Some people visualize zigzag patterns or halos.

Other factors causing visual problems could be any injury to the eye, an accident that has caused serious impact on the visual capabilities, serious eye infections, diseases that result in affecting the eye and vision like diabetes.

[jssorslider id=8]

Cataract

 

A cataract is an opacification or cloudiness of the eye's crystalline lens due to aging, disease, or trauma that typically prevents light from forming a clear image on the retina. If visual loss is significant, surgical removal of the lens may be warranted, with lost optical power usually replaced with a plastic intraocular lens (IOL). Owing to the high prevalence of cataracts, cataract extraction is the most common eye surgery. Rest after surgery is recommended.

  • Micro incision suture less cataract surgery.
  • "Cold Phaco" Less Tissue Damage

Glaucoma

 

Glaucoma is a group of diseases affecting the optic nerve that results in vision loss and is frequently characterized by raised intraocular pressure (IOP). There are many types of glaucoma surgery, and variations or combinations of those types, that facilitate the escape of excess aqueous from the eye to lower intraocular pressure, and a few that lower IOP by decreasing the production of aqueous humor.

  • Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Analysis with GDxVCC & Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
    Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

Retinal Disorder

  • Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Analysis with GDxVCC & Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
  • Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

LASIK

Lasik Procedure is the safest and accurate method to correct short sight (myopia), Long sight (Hyperopia), Astigmatism (Cylindrical powers) and other Corneal scarring disorders. The basis for all laser eye surgery is to reshape the cornea such that it changes the focal point of the eye. Ideally, the focal point is changed so that it focuses perfectly on the retina, just like a normal eye.

  • Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Analysis with GDxVCC & Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
  • Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

Detachments & Eye injuries

  • Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Analysis with GDxVCC & Optical Coherence Tomography (Eye Ball Doctor test OCT)
  • Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

Other services and treatments


Low Vision Aids
Macular Degeneration
Orbit & Oculoplasty
Corneal Disorders
Contact Lens
Diabetic Retinopathy
Strabismus
Uveitis
Strabismus
Neuro Ophthalmology
Ocular Electrophysiology

Canaloplasty

Canaloplasty is an advanced, nonpenetrating procedure designed to enhance drainage through the eye's natural drainage system to provide sustained reduction of IOP. Canaloplasty utilizes microcatheter technology in a simple and minimally invasive procedure. To perform a canaloplasty, an Ophthalmologist creates a tiny incision to gain access to a canal in the eye. A microcatheter circumnavigates the canal around the iris, enlarging the main drainage channel and its smaller collector channels through the injection of a sterile, gel-like material called viscoelastic. The catheter is then removed and a suture is placed within the canal and tightened. By opening up the canal, the pressure inside the eye can be reduced. Long-term results are available, published in the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.

Do you want to be more Specific ? select an option below

Get a Call from us

error: Content is protected !!