Friday, 5 December 2014


IMPORTANCE OF LASIK TREATMENT



LASIK Stands for the term Laser Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis.LASIK surgery is the one type of the refractive surgery which is used to correct the vision.Laser Surgery are generally are used to correct the vision in people who have nearsightedness,farsightedness and astigmatism.The Laser Surgery procedure is done in such a way that it reshapes the cornea,which is the clear front part of the eye,so that,the light passing through the retina will be properly focused on to the retina which is located in the back of the eye.LASIK surgery is one of the most surgical techniques to reshape the cornea. 






LASIK surgery differs from other surgery in such a way that the a flap is made in the outer layer of the cornea so that the underlying tissues can be get accessed.LASIK surgery can be also be done with the addition of the computer imaging which is also called as the wavefront technology inorder to create a detailed image of the cornea. 

* It corrects the vision.
* LASIK treatment take only little pain due to the numbing drops that are used.
* Vision will be corrected immediately or by the day after the LASIK.
* No Bandages or stitches are needed after the LASIK treatment.
* Another advantage of the LASIK treatment is that adjustments are possible after LASIK to further correcting the vision even if vision changes.

* After Lasik there is no need of the spectacles and lenses. 




* Eye numbering drops are given to the patient before surgery in order to prevent the pain.
* An eyelid holder will keep the eyes to stay open and will prevents the blinking.
* A suction ring is placed on the eye in order to keep the eye from moving and to lift and to flatten the cornea.
* The eye surgeon will creates a flap in the cornea.The surgeon may use surgical blade which is named as microkeratome or the femto second laser.And the flap is then folded back to reveal the cornea's midsection.
* The the excimer laser sculpts the corneal tissue that is exposed.
* Then the corneal flap is put back in the place and reattaches within a few minutes.
* Eye drops are applied to aid the healing. 



LASIK surgery only takes less amount of time and is performed under local anesthesia in the form of eye drops.After the LASIK surgery the doctor will give prescription eye drops inorder to prevent the infection and to keep the eyes moist. 


NeeraEye centre is one of the best eye care centre that provides the best eye treatments with best quality and better patient satisfaction.


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Friday, 7 November 2014

CONTACT LENS-FOR A CLEAR VISION!!!

A contact lens is a thin lens placed directly on the surface of the eye.A contact lens is a portable lens that can be destroyed after use.A contact lens may rectify the problems like myopia, hyper myopia and astigmatism.Some people wear contact lens for there eye vision while others wear for fashion.In this generation,all the people like to avoid wearing glasses or would like to change the appearance of their eyes using this contact lenses.Comparing with spectacles, contact lenses may typically provide better vision, and do not collect moisture from rain and other climatic conditions.



Different kinds of contact lenses are now available in our country.They are Soft contact lenses,Rigid Gas Permeable contact lenses, Bifocal contact lenses and Toric contact lenses.

Soft contact lenses are disposable and made up of a soft polymer plastic material which are combined with some percentage of water.Soft contact lenses will be able to provide less infection,less cleaning and also more comfortable to people. RGP also named as the Rigid Gas Permeable contact lenses which may provide more rigidity and durability than the soft contact lenses.When comparing with the soft contact lenses, the RGP contact lenses are made up of silicone polymers,and will  also allows oxygen to circulate to the cornea of the eye and also maintain their shape and offer clearer vision for some types of corrections.


Bifocal contact lenses are mainly used by the people having the Presbyopia. Presbyopia is usually the age-related change that affects the natural lens in the eye.Bifocal by the word itself may provide both distance prescription and near prescription in one lens.Toric lenses are mainly designed for the people having astigmatism.Toric lenses may also have the speciality of two powers, one for the astigmatism and another for nearsightedness or farsightedness.

How To Wear Contact Lenses???

Before Applying Contact Lenses wash your hands thoroughly,but avoid scented or oily soaps that might adhere to the lens surface.After that,gently shake the lens case containing the storage solution,in order to loosen the contact lens should it be stuck.Then take the lens out of the lens case and put into the palm of the hand. Rinse the lens with the appropriate contact lens solution.Place the contact lens on the tip of the index or middle finger, which should be dry or mostly dry.Position the lens on the eye while looking up or down, whichever make you easier.It may be easier to apply the contact lens by on the white portion of the eye closest to your ear.After placing the lens safely to the eyes, gently close the eye,and  roll your eyes in a complete circle to help the lens settle, and then blink.Look in to the mirror to make sure that the lens is centered on your eye. If it is placed correctly, the lens should be comfortable and your vision should be clear.


How To Remove Contact Lenses???

Always wash your hands before removing contact lenses.To remove soft contact lenses, look up or sideways while pulling down the lower eyelid. With a finger, gently move the lens onto the white of your eye. From there you can very gently take the lens together with your index finger and thumb and lift it off the eye.


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Friday, 22 August 2014

ICL Surgery Delhi - Hope for a better clarity vision



ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens) is a surgical procedure for eye patients who are not eligible for LASIK or epi-LASIK to correct the vision. This lens has been available globally and has been successfully planted in several thousand patients..

This lens is being placed within eye during the small outpatient surgical procedure which produce excellent quality of vision.The visian ICL is invisible to patient and others and doesn't require maintenance. It is made from collamer- a collagen polymer.

Collagen is the natural substance present in the eye and in other tissues of human body. Collamer will comply with the eyes natural behaviour and the lens consists of UV filter that protects the eye from direct sunlight.

Are you good for ICL surgery?

In general the ICL candidates are in the ages between 22 and 45.
Candidates with nearsighted with mild or no astigmatism.
Must have more anterior chamber depth and eye tissue cell density
Candidate should not be pregnant
Have no allergies during the procedure.
Candiates who are not good LASIK candidates due to acute nearsightedness, thin corneas, acute dry eyes etc..

Where visian ICL is placed?

A highly trained ophthalmologist will do the procudure by inserting the Visian ICL through a micro incision, placing the implant behind iris and infront of eye's natural lens. The visian ICL is designed in a way that it does not cause trauma to other parts of eyes.

The important thing is that it wont hurt at all and will be comfortable for the whole procedure. Ophthalmologist will apply anesthetic eye-drops and little sedative before the surgical process.

Visian ICL offers the flexibility in treatment. The doctor can replace and remove the ICL if your vision changes dramatically. Following treatment with the ICL Patients can wear glasses or contact lenses as needed.

Neera Eye Centre Delhi


NeeraEye Centre delhi offers the best ICL treatment. It is one of the few centres offering state of the art therapeutic, diagnostic and rehabilitative services of standard quality in ophthalmology.
The eye centre has been registered with Directorate of Health Services and Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi.


Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Laser Eye Surgery - Best Option for Corneal Disorders


Cornea is the eye's upper most layer that covers coloured iris and round pupil. Cornea has an important role in clear vision.

Corneal disorders refers to various conditions that affect cornea. If the cornea becomes affected with disease it will result in scars or discolouration that interfere the vision by blocking the light that enters the eye.

Cornea has the ability to heal itself most of the diseases and if it is affected with deep injury the healing process might take long time to heal possibly resulting in a variety of symptoms like blurred vision, redness and corneal scarring


Corneal ulcer is an abrasion or open sore in the upper layer of cornea and is often caused by infections from bacteria, viruses or fungi. Common symptoms of corneal ulcer are red eye, sever pain, swollen eyelids, blurry vision etc..It would be better to seek the medical care when there is change in vision and severe pain.

Treatment for corneal infections depends on the cause and should be started soon to prevent the scarring of cornea.


An injury to cornea is usually known as corneal injury. This may be caused by chemical irritation, overuse of contact lenses, reaction to contact lens solutions and scratches on the surface of cornea.
Slight injuries and abrasions to cornea are common though chemical burns may affect the cornea severely.

If cornea is badly affected by chemicals or foreign agents, It is best to seek a medical treatment without delay.


Corneal dystrophies are categories of inherited, non -inflammatory, bilateral disorders of cornea distinguished by corneal deposition and morphological changes. The diseased state associated with corneal dystrophies varies widely and if there is continuous accumulation of deposits in cornea, it may lose its clarity that results in the decreased vision.

Treatments for this disorder may include eye drops, lasers, ointments and corneal transplant. Corneal transplant or keratoplasty may be necessary for individuals with significant symptoms of Corneal dystrophies.


Allergies affecting the eyes are common and the most allergies are related to pollen, contact lens wear, medications and foreign agents. The common symptoms include redness, itchiness, watery discharge and burning.

Allergies can cause painful inflammation which may reduce vision, produce corneal discharges and erode the cornea.

Neera eye centre provides treatments for all corneal disorders that includes infections, injuries, corneal dystrophies allergies etc..

Although LASIK is the best-known procedure that helps patients who suffer from corneal disorders, there are many other types of eye surgery (PRK, LASEK, ALK, and LTK) and before deciding for a particular procedure, the patient must first consult an ophthalmologist in order to choose the appropriate treatment for his or her pathology.
If you are interested to make a laser eye surgery, visit www.eye-care-hospital.com