Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Freedom from Glasses and Contact Lenses Always.....

The term 'LASIK' stands for Laser Assisted in Situ keratomileusis. This Refractive surgery is used to correct common vision problems such as, myopia, Hyperopia and astigmatism. The main advantage of this surgery is that it is a permanent alternative to eyeglasses or contact lenses. You can achieve this advantage from 'Neera Eye Centre' clinic, the leading eye centre in India that provides the best Lasik surgery in Delhi.


The procedure

The Lasik surgery procedure includes the following steps:
  • Step 1: Preparation for the procedure
    The surgeon applies eye drops to numb the eyes. Then the surgeon will prop the eyelids open using an instrument called lid speculum.
  • Step 2: Cornea accessing
    To stabilize the eye a device is used, then the surgeon creates a thin flap in the cornea which can be folded away.
  • Step 3: Cornea Reshaping
    Pulses of light are directed at the eye to reshape the cornea using a computer controlled excimer laser.
  • Step 4: Corneal flap repositioning
    In this last step of the surgery the repositioning of the corneal flap is done by the surgeon. Naturally it will stay in place and begin to heal.


After Lasik Surgery

The patient may sometimes feel some itching sensation, blurry vision, haziness or temporary burning immediately after the surgery. However, the clarity may improve by the very next morning. For most of the people vision improves immediately.

The advantages of Lasik Surgery

Lasik Surgery has many benefits, the following are some:
  • Vision can be corrected immediately or by the next day of the surgery.
  • The Lasik surgery is associated with a very little pain caused by the eye drops used for numbing the eyes.
  • No stitches or bandages are needed after the surgery.
  • The patients will no longer have to depend on eyeglasses as they will have their desired vision after the surgery.
Neera Eye Centre is a comprehensive eye health facility in India. They offer the best Laser surgery in Delhi and provides better vision for patients by interfacing cutting edge technology with a human touch.


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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

All About Cataract

Cataract is the clouding of ones eye's natural lens, which lies behind the iris and the pupil. Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss in people over the age of 40 and are the most common cause of blindness in the world. In fact, there are more cases of cataracts worldwide than there are of glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy combined.
What are the different types of cataract?
The different types of cataract include:
  • Sub capsular cataract: It occurs at the back of the lens. Diabetic people or those who are taking high dosage of steroid medications have a greater risk of developing a sub capsular cataract.
  • Nuclear cataract: It is formed deep in the nucleus of the lens. Nuclear cataracts are usually associated with aging.
  • Cortical cataract: It is characterized by the white, crescent shaped opacities that begin from the periphery of the lens and work their way to the center in a spoke-like fashion. This type of cataract occurs mainly in the cortex of the lens, which is that part of the lens which surrounds the central nucleus.
What are the signs and symptoms of cataract?
A cataract starts out small and at first and has little effect on the vision. The vision is blurred a little, similar to looking through a cloudy piece of glass. A cataract may make light from the sun or a lamp too bright or glaring. It may also come to notice that the oncoming headlights during the night causes more glare than before. Colors may not appear as bright as they once did.


What causes cataract?

The lens inside the eye works much like a camera lens, focusing light onto the retina for clear vision. It will also adjust the eye's focus, which lets us see things clearly both up close and far away.
The lens is mainly made of water and protein. The protein is arranged in a precise way that keeps the lens clear and let’s light passes through it. But as we age, some of the protein may combine together and start to cloud a small area of the lens. A cataract may grow larger and cloud more on the lens over time, making it harder to see.
How is cataract treated?
Cataract surgery is very successful in restoring vision. During surgery, the surgeon will remove the clouded lens and in most cases replace it with a clear, plastic IOL. New and advanced IOLs are being developed with time to make the surgery less complicated for surgeons and the lenses more helpful to patients.

Neera Eye Centre, Delhi, been established with the intention to provide quality eye care at an affordable price. Their main focus is the treatment and care of patients from all levels.


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Friday, 10 March 2017

Open Your Eyes To Clear Vision

The lens of the eye is mainly composed of water and proteins. As we get older these proteins may begin to come together and cloud the lens. This clouding is called the cataract. Cataract surgery is the removal of the affected cataract from the eye and insertion of an artificial lens.

Before surgery you will be given eye drops to dialate your pupil. Area around eye will be washed and cleansed. Local anasthetic will be injected around your eye. You may also be offered a sedative. Most cataract surgeries last for more than one hour.

Types of cataract surgeries:
There are two types of cataract surgeries. The first procedure is phacoemulsification. In this procedure, the surgeon looks through an operating microscope and makes 3 small incisions less than one inch long in or near the cornea. An opening is made through the capsule of the lens and an ulstrasound probe is used to break the cloudy lens into tiny fragments. These fragments are vaccumed out through the incisions. Then an artificial intraocular lens is inserted. Intraocular lens is made of plastic, silicone or acrylic compounds. Stiching are generally not necessary in this procedure.

Another type of cataract surgery is called the Micro Phaco Cataract Surgery. It is nicknamed as pinhole surgery, as the incision size was very small. Faster healing and quicker rehabilitation is the main advantage of Micro Phaco Cataract Surgery. This surgery is ideally suited for people who want to start working soon after surgery. As this procedure is safer than conventional Cataract Surgery, patients with higher risk profile like diabetics and nephrology ideally opt for this procedure and is also the best option for complicated eye surgeries.

Neera Eye Center is a comprehensive eye health facility located in Delhi. It is one of the leading eye centers in the country, offering state-of-the-art modern diagnostic, therapeutic, and rehabilitative services of the highest quality in ophthalmology.


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Monday, 23 January 2017

Experience the Joy of Clear Vision

Corneal Transplantation in simpler terms is an operation where the cornea of a patient is removed and replaced by a cornea from the donor. This is called as corneal grafting or keratoplasty. Cornea transplantation is usually done to improve the eyesight, replace the damaged cornea or to gain eyesight.   


By using Contact lenses we might be able to delay or eliminate the need for transplantation and also there are many other semi-surgical procedures that can be done if the damage can be recognized before getting worse. These all can be only considered by the doctor, but the ultimate solution to cornea disorder is the corneal transplantation.
This surgery does not take too long. In the case of partial corneal transplantation, it only takes 20 to 30 minutes and for the conventional corneal transplantation surgery might last in between 40 to 50 minutes.

What is the success rate of corneal transplantation?
The overall success rate of a corneal transplant is about 85%. So that means 15% chances are there to fail or to cause risks that can be caused due to the rejection of new cornea by our body or even can be caused due to infection.
Normally corneal transplantation is a safe procedure, but in some cases the possible risks that can affect are bleeding, infection on cornea, and swelling, increased pressure in the eyeball that can cause glaucoma. Sometimes the stitches used to secure the donor cornea might become a risk factor.

Neera Eye Center is one of the leading eye centers in the country, offering state-of-the-art modern diagnostic, therapeutic, and rehabilitative services in ophthalmology. We provide better vision by interfacing cutting edge technology with a human touch.
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Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Why Do You Have Sore Eyes ?

Corneal Ulcer (also called ulcerative keratitis) can be termed as an inflammation or an infection that have affected the cornea of our eye. Corneal ulcer must be considered as a vital threat as it can even lead to loss of vision.

The factor which leads to the development of corneal ulcer are chemical burns, and corneal exposure, misuse of a contact lens, disorders that cause dry eyes. Also, the children who have vitamin A deficiency are more prone to have cornea ulcer.

Usually seen symptoms of cornea ulcer involves excessive tearing of the infected eye, sore in eye, eyelids get swollen, appearance of white spots on cornea, most common symptom is sensitivity to light.

The most usually test to diagnose the corneal ulcer is a fluorescein eye stain, when this stain is placed in the eye the ulcers can be easily seen. if doctor spots an ulcer on your cornea, further investigation will be carried out to find out the root cause. Doctor may determine the cause by numbing your eye with eye drops and then gently scraping the ulcer to obtain a sample.

cornea ulcer can lead to various other problems mostly like chronic corneal inflammation, open sores on your cornea, can affect vision temporarily or even permanently, or even lead to blindness.

As the causes for cornea differ the treatments also differ. Once doctor discovers the cause of the corneal ulcer he/she may prescribe antibiotic or antiviral eye drops if the corneal ulcer is caused by bacteria. Corneal transplant procedure may be needed in severe cases.

It depends on treatments, a fully successful treatment can heal cornea ulcer in about 2 or 3 weeks. But still, treatments might continue on to reduce the risks of scarring on the cornea.

Neera Eye Center is a comprehensive eye health facility in Delhi. It is one of the leading eye centers in the country, offering state-of-the-art modern diagnostic, therapeutic, and rehabilitative services in ophthalmology.

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Thursday, 24 November 2016

What to Do With A Chemical Eye Burn ?

A chemical eye injury or Chemical Eye Burn is caused due to the contact of an acid or an alkali in the eye. They will react with eye causing burns. If the burn caused is a mild one then it can lead to conjunctivitis or in case of more severe burns it might lead to changing the color of cornea to white.

Symptoms of a chemical eye burn

Symptoms of chemical eye burn are swelling of eyes, and the feeling something is in your eye, pain, redness, irritation, swelling of the eyelids, tearing, inability to keep your eyes open, blurred vision etc. in case of any of these symptoms consult an eye specialist immediately.

How can we prevent chemical eye burns?

The best prevention is not letting any chemical reach your eye, so be careful while working with chemicals wear eye protections while handling them, do not avoid any small irritations on your eyes while working pause your work and wash, always wash your eyes regularly.

What should you do if you get a chemical in your eye?
Washing your eyes with a lot of clean water is the first remedy to the chemical eye burn, you should continue washing eyes with eyelids open for like 10 to 20 minutes or like till you feel okay. If the pain still exists then immediately consult a doctor.

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Friday, 28 October 2016

The latest developments in cataract surgery say bye to NO VISION

Cataract decreases the vision by clouding the eye lens. It develops gradually. Increased protein in the eye lens forms cataract that makes the vision cloudy. This cloudiness prevents light from passing through the lens, thus causes some vision loss. The older cells accumulated in the center of the lens form a cataract. Total vision deprival happens only when the opacity increases and this indicates the cataract’s maturity.

The general cause for Cataract is aging. The other causes of cataract are congenital anomalies, trauma, exposure to toxic substances, heavy radiation, using corticosteroids or diuretics, diabetic conditions.

The described common symptoms of Cataract are foggy, blurry vision, double vision, sudden changes in glasses prescription, a glaring problem during the day and night times, highly sensitive to sunlight & bright colors and poor vision at night-time.

The eye is an important organ that introduces us everything to see and enjoy. Monitoring eye vision and taking proper eye care make us see the colorful life.

Neera Eye Centre & Laser Vision, New Delhi is one of the renowned eye centres in the country. Dr. Neera Agrawal has been one of the best surgeons of Refractive & Cornea surgery. This modern ophthalmology eye centre serves the patients with cutting edge technology, sincerity, and personal care. Our comprehensive rehabilitation services and sight enhancement elevated us in international standards. Both international and Indian patients prefer to take treatment with us.

The most advanced and most common cataract surgery is nowadays done by Phacoemulsification (Micro Incision Cataract Surgery). Removing a cataract with a small incision by Phacoemulsification method follows with foldable lens implantation. This is a one-day procedure with bloodless, painless treatment. Healing and recovery time in Phacoemulsification surgical procedure are short. Micro phaco cataract surgery, YAG laser for after cataract surgery are some of the advanced cataract treatment options.

Our Speciality
we have recently acquired Bausch and Lomb Stellaris Phaco machine capable of removing cataract from 1.4 mm incision as against 2.8 mm by other machines.

Our Neera Eye Centre & Laser Vision covers all ophthalmological treatments under one roof with experienced physicians, proper diagnosis, and advanced technology.

Keep an eye on your vision to get rid of all eye problems. See colors and make your life more colorful with this gifted organ.
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