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PC SHARMA EYE HOSPITAL  is fully equipped with the most modern technology for performing sutureless cataract surgeries. We have also increased the capacity in our out-patient department with streamlined systems for consultation & investigation.

Cataract is the leading cause of decreased vision and blindness in our country. It can be cured by a simple cataract extraction microsurgery, which, these days is performed using advanced technology in a short time.

We are one of the few Hospitals in the North Zone to have the 4 top platforms for cataract surgery – the Infinity (Alcon), the Laureate (Alcon), the Millennium (Bausch & Lomb) and the Oertli (. All these machines can be used for the latest Micro-Coaxial Cataract Surgery (MICS), or removal of the cataract through a 2mm (or less) incision with the implantation of foldable intraocular lenses (IOLs). We offer our patients the latest in IOL technology including the accommodative Crystalens HD, the ReSTOR & Tecnis multifocal IOLs and the astigmatism correcting Toric IOLs. We offer the latest generation of multifocal IOLs with astigmatism correction . To minimize calculation errors in the implanted IOLs we now have the Immersion Biometry which works by the laser interferometry principle. We have performed upwards of 2,000 surgeries annually, with a large number of them being MICS with high end IOLs.

Complicated surgeries being performed at our Hospital are:

1. Intra Ocular Lens Exchange
2. Secondary IOL Implantation
3. Subluxated Cataract Surgery
4. Traumatic Cataract Surgery

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PC SHARMA EYE HOSPITAL has two state of the art Lasik Laser Machine – Schwind Amaris 750S & Intralase femtosecond 150 AMO (Bladefree) both providing safety, precision and accuracy.

There are two steps in the LASIK procedure. First, the surgeon creates a micro-thin corneal flap, which is lifted to expose the inner cornea for step two, tissue ablation by an excimer laser. The first step of making flap can be done either with ultrathin blade known as Microkeratome (Blade LASIK) or with laser (Blade free LASIK).

The Femto Second (FS) laser introduced the concept of blade-free LASIK, representing the first improvement to the procedure’s first step. Surgeons have found statistically and clinically significant differences in the post procedure vision patients achieve — better than 20/20 to 20/15 and even 20/12.5 — when the laser is used to make the corneal flap.

With its excellent safety profile, patient comfort and superior visual outcomes, Blade free LASIK is among the fastest-growing refractive surgical techniques in the country today. Blade free lasik (Intralase Femtosecond) has an advantage over microkeratome as it provides better wound stability & lesser chances of flap dislocation.

NASA has approved the use of blade less / FS laser in the correction of refractive errors.


This technique is the latest technology (2017) to be introduced to our refractive surgery department.

In this technique, refractive error is corrected using laser without any flap formation. This technique is advantageous as is maintains the original strength of the cornea as well as in patients where flap creation is not a viable option.


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Implantable collamer lenses (ICLs), also known as phakic IOLs, correct vision in much the same way that external contact lenses do, except ICLs are surgically placed inside the eye, where they permanently improve vision. Phakic, from the Greek word "phakos," for lens, refers to artificial lenses that operate in conjunction with the patient's natural lenses.

While ICLs function in almost exactly the same way as contact lenses that sit atop the eye, they are also similar to intraocular lenses (IOLs), which are used during cataract surgery to replace the eye's natural lens after it has been fragmented and removed. However, during ICL surgery, the natural lens is kept in the eye and works with the implanted lens to correct vision.

ICLs are inserted through tiny incisions in the cornea and placed behind or in front of the iris (The colored part of the eye) and in front of the natural lens. These thin, pliable lenses can serve as an alternative to laser eye surgery procedures such as LASIK and are often used to correct conditions that laser procedures may be unable to correct, such as extreme myopia. The ICL procedure produces little to no discomfort for the patient and has a 95 percent average success rate.

EVO Visian ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens)

1. About EVO ICL :

EVO,also known as the Implantable Collamer® Lens, is a type of refractive procedure which corrects common vision problems, like nearsightedness, astigmatism, and farsightedness. It can help you achieve sharp, clear vision that provides you exceptional quality of vision.

EVO Visian ICL is a soft, flexible lens that is positioned in your eye between the iris (colored part of the eye) and your natural lens.

Imagine your life with visual freedom.

It can be described as additive vision correction. Unlike other procedures, the EVO procedure does not remove the corneal tissue but works in harmony with your natural eyes.

Wide Range of Treatment Contact lenses and glasses can be a hassle and limiting. EVO ICL can treat a wide range of prescriptions, from -3 to -20 diopters.

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2. Material :

Made From Collamer®, a Collagen Co-Polymer Proprietary to STAAR Surgical, Collamer® is biocompatible, stable and flexible, enabling minimally invasive insertion and encouraging harmony with your natural eye.

EVOs are easy to implant in the eye because of the soft and flexible structure. You won’t even know it’s there other than the fact that you have great vision.

3. Requirements :

EVO Candidates

  • Are between 21 and 60 years old.
  • Are near-sighted with mild to severe myopia (-0.5D to -20D).
  • Are farsighted with mild to severe hyperopia (+0.5D to +10.0D)
  • Have astigmatism between 0.5 and 6.0 D
  • Have not had a change in prescription of more than .5D in a year.
  • Are looking for a procedure that doesn’t create dry eye syndrome.

4. Procedure :

The EVO procedure is minimally invasive, and the lens is implanted through a small opening allowing for a quick procedure and recovery time.

With over 1,000,000 lenses implanted worldwide and 20+ years of premium ICL performance, EVO is quickly becoming a vision correction procedure of choice for many people around the world.

5. Why People Choose EVO Visian ICL? :

  • Sharp, Clear Vision.
  • Superb Results. 99.4% of patients would have ICL procedure again.
  • Excellent Night Vision. Many patients achieve excellent night vision.
  • Quick Results. Often, patients can achieve improved vision immediately following procedure.
  • Great for Thin Corneas. Many patients are excluded from other forms of vision correction because of thin corneas, but not with EVO Visian ICL
  • Great for High Nearsightedness. EVO can correct and reduce nearsightedness (myopia) of up to 20D.
  • Does not induce dry eye syndrome.
  • In harmony with your natural eyes.
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Frequently asked questions:

1. Exactly where is the EVO Visian ICL placed in the eye?
--- EVO Visian ICL is placed behind the iris and in front of the eye’s natural lens so it’s undetectable to any observers.

2. What is the history of the ICL?
--- Over the past 20 years, ICLs have been implanted in over 1,000,000 eyes worldwide.

3. Why is Collamer such a great material for the eye?
--- The Collamer lens is soft, pliable, biocompatible and offers UV protection.

4. Are patients happy with the EVO Visian ICL?
--- Of patients having the EVO Visian ICL procedure, 99.4% would choose to have the EVO Visian ICL procedure again.

5. Can the EVO Visian ICL be removed in the future if my prescription changes?
--- Yes! The EVO Visian ICL offers treatment flexibility. If your vision changes dramatically, the lens can be removed.

6. How long can EVO Visian ICL stay in the eye?
--- The EVO Visian ICL is designed to stay in your eye permanently but can be removed to keep pace with advancing technology and your future needs.

7. Does the procedure remove tissue from my eye?
--- No, the EVO Visian ICL is inserted gently in the eye with no removal of corneal tissue.

8. Can the EVO Visian ICL dry out or get dirty like a contact lens?
--- The EVO Visian ICL avoids such problems experienced with traditional contact lenses. It is designed to remain in place inside the eye, without maintenance. A routine, annual visit with an eye doctor is recommended to make sure everything remains safe and effective.

9. How the EVO Visian ICL corrects Nearsightedness and Astigmatism?
--- EVO Visian ICL functions to focus light properly back onto the retina in a similar way glasses and contact lenses do. The EVO Visian ICL is placed into a space of the eye directly behind the iris (the colored part of the eye) and in front of the natural lens. In this position, the EVO Visian ICL functions to focus light properly onto the retina helping create clear distance vision.

Important safety information for Evo Visian ICL:

Before considering EVO Visian ICL surgery you should have a complete eye examination and talk with your eye care professional about EVO Visian ICL surgery, especially the potential benefits, risks and complications. You should discuss the time needed for healing after surgery.


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Dr. Nishant Sood is a Cornea Specialist at our hospital. The cornea department at our hospital is equipped with :- Anterior segment OCT(As-OCT), Specular microscopy, Anterior segment imaging system, Sirius Topography-Aberrometry. The services provided in cornea department include :

1. Penetrating Keratoplasty : The entire diseased cornea of the host is replaced by a new donor graft & secured with the help of sutures. It can be optical (In cases of cornea scars) or Therapeutic (for non –healing perforated corneal ulcers)

2. Descemets Stripping Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSEK) : The non-functioning endothelial pump of the host cornea is replaced by the healthy donor tissue. The whole cornea is not changed & only the endothelial part is replaced. It can be done in cases of endothelial dystrophies or bullous keratopathy.

3. Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK) : The whole cornea, except the descemets membrane & the endothelium are replaced. Chances of rejection in this procedure is minimal as the endothelium is not replaced. It can be done in cases of keratoconus or anterior corneal dystrophies & degenerations.

4. Patch Graft : When only some portion of cornea is affected or perforated, it can be replaced by a small patch of donor corneal tissue.

5. Ocular Surface Disorders : Amniotic membrane grafting can be done in cases of acute chemical injuries, Steven- Johnson syndrome, non –healing epithelial defect etc. Simple Limbal Epithelial Transplantation (SLET) can be done in cases of unilateral or bilateral limbal stem cell deficiency like in cases of chemical injury.

6. Pterygium Surgery : Pterygium (fleshy growth over cornea) is very common in this part of the country. Pterygium surgery is being done with the latest technique of using conjunctival autografting with fibrin glue application.

7. Tissue Adhesive with Bandage Contact Lens (TA-BCL) : This is done for small corneal perforations (<3 mm). The perforation is sealed with the help of cyanoacrylate glue & BCL is applied at the end of procedure.

8. Corneo-Scleral Tear Repair : Open globe injuries involving cornea & sclera should be repaired at the earliest to give best results.


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Although many current treatments can improve vision in keratoconus, they do not treat the underlying cause of the corneal weakness and distortion ie they do not stop the progression of keratoconus. Collagen Cross Linking with riboflavin (commonly known as C3R) is one such treatment modality which stops progressive weakening of the cornea that occurs in keratoconus.

The one hour C3-R treatment is performed in the hospital. During the treatment, custom-made riboflavin eye drops are applied to the cornea, which is then activated by ultraviolet A light(370nm). This amazingly simple process has been shown in laboratory and clinical studies to increase the amount of collagen cross-linking in the cornea and strengthen the cornea. In published European studies, such treatments were proven safe and effective in patients.


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Keratoconus (KC) is an eye disease in which the central portion of the cornea begins to thin & bulge out. The resulting “cone” shape of the cornea produce a number of unique vision problems including halos, monocular double- vision, ghost images & sensitivity to light.

The various treatment options for keratoconus available at our center are:

1. Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking (C3R/ CXL) :
This is a procedure to strengthen/stiffen the cornea & stop disease progression with the help of UV-A radiation over riboflavin sensitized stromal tissue.

2. Contact Lenses : Rigid gas permeable (RGP) Lenses include:-
- Cornea
- Scleral
- Mini-scleral
Soft contact lenses can be used in early keratoconus cases.

3. Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK) : The whole cornea, except the descemets membrane & the endothelium are replaced. Chances of rejection in this procedure are minimal as the endothelium is not replaced. It can be done in cases of keratoconus or anterior corneal dystrophies & degenerations.


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1. Penetrating Keratoplasty :

The entire diseased cornea of the host is replaced by a new donor graft & secured with the help of sutures.
It can be optical (In cases of cornea scars) or Therapeutic (for non –healing perforated corneal ulcers)

2. Descemets Stripping Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSEK) :

The non-functioning endothelial pump of the host cornea is replaced by the healthy donor tissue. The whole cornea is not changed & only the endothelial part is replaced. It can be done in cases of endothelial dystrophies or bullous keratopathy.

3. Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK) :

The whole cornea, except the descemets membrane & the endothelium are replaced. Chances of rejection in this procedure is minimal as the endothelium is not replaced. It can be done in cases of keratoconus or anterior corneal dystrophies & degenerations.


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PC Sharma Eye Hospital is a major referral center, which deals with medical as well as surgical management of retinal diseases. A well trained retinal surgeon combined with the effective use of latest diagnostic tools brings out optimal visual results.


An exclusive retinal examination may be different than a routine eye exam. It involves dilation of your pupils, examination by the specialist and diagnostic testing if required. It may take about three hours for the complete examination. If treatment is recommended for your condition, please allow for some extra time in our office to perform the procedure. Surgical intervention if required can be scheduled at an appropriate time, depending on your condition.

  • - An exclusive retinal examination is different than a routine eye exam.
  • - It involves dilatation of your pupils, examination by the specialist including indirect ophthalmoscopy and diagnostic testing if required.
  • may take about 1½ to 3 hours for complete examination.
  • - If treatment is recommended for your condition, please allow for some extra time in our office to perform the procedure.
  • - Surgical intervention if required can be scheduled at an appropriate time, depending on your condition.


Our hospital is equipped with one of the best vitreo-retinal surgery platforms which includes Constellation Vitrectomy system, Opmi Lumera Microscope & Resight Viewing system.


a. Fundus Florescein Angiography (FFA)
b. Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
c. B-scan Ultrasonography
d. Fundus Photo (FP)

i. Focal/ Grid photocoagulation
ii. Barrage Laser
iii. Pan-retinal photocoagulation
iv. Anterior retinal cryopexy
i. Anti VEGF – Ranibizumab / Bevacizumab
ii. Ozurdex Implant
iii. Intravitreal triamcinolone acetate
iv. Intravitreal Antibiotics
i. Retinal Detachment Surgery
ii. Nucleus/ IOL drop management
iii. Surgery for vitreous hemorrhage
iv. Retained intraocular foreign body removal
v. Management of advanced PDR (Diabetic retinopathy) including TRD & VH.
vi. Post operative Endophthalmitis management

Get your RETINA EXAMINED if you have :


1. Diabetes
2. MYOPIA or short- sightedness
3. Age related macular degeneration (ARMD)
4. Floaters or Flashes


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Glaucoma is the leading causes of irreversible blindness worldwide. In India alone, it affects around 12 million people; India is projected to become the world capital of glaucoma by 2020. The sight loss caused by glaucoma is progressive and, unlike cataract, is irreversible. Fortunately, early diagnosis and treatment can prevent blindness from glaucoma.


Glaucoma is a disease of the nerve In which there is damage to the optic nerve (nerve for vision) vision caused by increased pressure in the eye.


The inside of the eye contains a fluid, which is being produced and drained out of the eye constantly. It is drained through a sieve like structure situated at the angle between the transparent cornea and the brown coloured iris. When the drainage mechanism becomes ineffective, the pressure in the eye (intra-ocular pressure) increases leading to optic nerve damage which is called glaucoma.


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Glaucoma can lead to permanent loss of vision. Initially, the loss of vision starts from periphery and progressively affects the central vision. The central visual acuity is affected only in the advanced stage.

Progressive visual field loss with corresponding damage to optic nerve head in a patient suffering from GLAUCOMA.


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1. Applanation Tonometry
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2. Gonioscopy
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3. Ultrasound Pachymetry
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4. Humphrey Visual field analyzer (HFA)
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5. Optical coherence tomography (OCT)


  • Medical management of glaucoma
  • Lasers- Peripheral Iridotomy, Trabeculoplasty, Iridoplasty
  • Sugeries - Trabeculectomy (TRAB), Glaucoma drainage devices (Ahmed Glaucoma Valve -AGV)
  • Cryopexy/DLCP for Painful Blind Eye due to Glaucoma


The Paediatric Ophthalmology service at PC SHARMA EYE HOSPITAL was started with a noble aim of bringing back a smile to a child’s face. Over the years the Hospital has grown to be a major referral centre for paediatric eye disorders. At present, this service involves diagnosis and management of various aspects of paediatric eye disorders like refractive error, childhood cataract, glaucoma, amblyopia, squint, retinal disorders, congenital anomalies, but also adult patients with squint/ double vision problems.

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  • Squint Correction
    • Paralytic
    • Concomitant
  • Ptosis Correction
  • Paediatric Cataract Surgery
  • Amblyopia Management

Every child should undergo a comprehensive eye examination at least before they get enrolled in a school. There are conditions such as amblyopia which can be corrected completely if treated timely in early age. Hence periodic eye check-up is advisable.

Amblyopia/Lazy eyes

Amblyopia or Lazy eye is a condition with underdeveloped vision in one or both the eyes during infancy. Children under the age of 8 are at much higher risk of developing amblyopia, as in this time period vision develops. It can be treated if detected in early age group by various modalities such as glasses, patching, eye exercises or surgery depending on the cause.

Pediatric Cataract

Cataract is a condition where the natural transparent lens of the eye becomes cloudy or opaque which affects the clarity of vision. It is a widely prevalent myth that cataract only occurs in old age. The reality is that it could even affect a new-born baby and the condition is then called as pediatric cataract.
The surgical treatment involves removal of the cataract and replacing it with an artificial intraocular lens. The treatment does not just stop at surgery, but there may be a need for the child to use glasses for near reading and writing. Regular follow-ups are also advisable.


Strabismus or squint or crossed eyes affects about 3 to 4 % of children in India. Many children manifest strabismus at a very early age. The condition can result from a very simple eye problem to a much-complexed one, such as amblyopia or neurological or brain-related problem.

How do we treat the squint?

Treatment of squint varies from person to person, depending on the cause and nature of the condition.
While visiting an ophthalmologist, you may expect a comprehensive eye test followed by measurement of squint using a prism. Some children will require MRI Scan of the brain. The later will only be advised if indicated medically, based upon the clinical presentation of symptoms.
Based on the findings, the most appropriate plan of treatment will be decided by the pediatric ophthalmologist. Squint is usually treated with the use of prescribed glasses, surgery, and the combination of both; glasses as well as surgery and with prism glasses prescribed for double vision.

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What is Neuro-Ophthalmology?

Neuro-ophthalmology is a field within the eye care that specifically focuses on issues involving the optic nerve and the brain. Up to some extent, It also deals with issues related to the neural control of the eye muscles.

  1. Paralysis of the eye muscles and double vision
  2. Optic nerve problems
  3. Bleeding in the brain that results in the eye or vision-related problems
  4. Vision loss related to the lesions in the brain
  5. Delayed milestones/visual milestone
  6. Behavioural problems in children
  7. Unexplained vision loss

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Retinopathy of Prematurity

Why should I worry about the eyes of a premature baby?

The inside of the eye, the retina is not fully developed in premature babies. Abnormal blood vessels can develop in such a retina. These abnormal blood vessels can cause internal bleeding and even retinal detachment. This is called Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP). This condition results in low vision or blindness - both of which are irreversible.

How to detect ROP?

A trained ophthalmologist can detect ROP by dilating the pupils of the eye using eye drops. An indirect ophthalmoscope is used to scan the entire retina to detect ROP and  retinal maturity stage.

Do all babies needs to undergo retinal examination for ROP?

Babies with a birth weight of less than 2000 grams or those born in under 34 weeks of pregnancy are most likely to have ROP. Pre-term babies who have had problems after birth such as chest infections, blood transfusions ,anemia, poor weight gain , on prolonged oxygen support, breathing difficulties etc., are also vulnerable. Follow the "Day-30" strategy. The retinal examination should be completed before "day-30" of the life of a premature baby. It should preferably be done earlier (at 2-3 weeks of birth) in very low weight babies (<1200 grams birth weight).

What is the treatment for ROP?

ROP is treated with Laser. The treatment helps stop further growth of abnormal vessels thus preventing vision loss.

How often should the retina be examined?

ROP can progress in 7-14 days .Depending upon the stage of retinal maturity , next follow up of patient is to be decided.

When should we treat ROP?

ROP needs to be treated as soon as it reaches a critical stage called Threshold ROP.

After treatment

If treated in time, the child is expected to have reasonably good vision. All premature babies need regular eye examinations till they start going to school. Further in future , children might need glasses or treatment for lazy eyes, cross-eyes and rarely for cataract, glaucoma and retinal detachment.
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P.C.Sharma Eye Hospital conducts once a month visit to Nahan & Paonta Sahib (Himachal Pradesh) and cataract surgeries are being performed there at an affordable cost for the local patients.

Besides this we also conduct once a month free camp at Vill. Azizpur Kalan, Yamunanagar(Haryana).

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Oculoplasty,Aesthetics and Dacryology

Oculoplasty services

Ophthalmic plastic surgery is a super-specialized branch of ophthalmology that deals with deformities, and cosmetic concerns of the structures around the eye. It is a highly specialized form of plastic surgery that is so close to the eye that you would want to trust an Oculoplastic surgeon, who is an eye microsurgeon as well as a trained plastic surgeon.

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Droopy Eyelid (Ptosis)

Droopy eyelid (ptosis) can occur as a result of birth defect, injury, muscle disorder, nerve disorder, or simply due to aging. It gives a sleepy appearance, and can even obstruct vision if severe. Ptosis may also cause excessive forehead wrinkling, abnormal head posture such as chin elevation, and eye fatigue. In children below 8 years of age, severe droop might obstruct development of vision leading to a lazy (amblyopic) eye thus reducing vision. In adults, droopy eyelid is mainly a cosmetic concern. Surgery can correct this problem by repairing the muscle that lifts the eyelid. Several surgical options are available, and the type of surgery used depends upon the severity of the droop. After evaluation, your specialist will decide which surgery best suits your need. Health insurance will cover the costs of ptosis surgery, if it was acquired later in life. Any congenital deformity (present since birth) is not covered by insurance.Radiofrequency cautery ensures a bloodless and painful surgical procedure

Eyelid Malpositions

Eyelid malpositions are abnormal positions of the eyelid, leading to inturning(entropion) or out-turning(ectropion) of the eyelid. This can be present since birth, or secondary to trauma or aging. Eyelid malpositions are common, and often lead to watering, photosensitivity, and even a cosmetic defect. Eyelid malpositions can be corrected with eyelid plastic surgery, and are covered by insurance.

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Facial Spasms

Facial spasm is a condition in which facial muscles function abnormally and are no longer under the direct control of the brain. It can affect the entire face, or just the area around the eyes. Four distinct forms of facial spasm are known: Benign Essential Blepharospasm, Hemifacial spasm, Meige syndrome, and Myokymia. Though the actual problem within the nerve is not fully understood and cannot be cured, its effect on facial muscles can be controlled temporarily by injections of Botulinum toxin, a 10 minute out patient procedure

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Dacryology: Treatment for the Watering Eye

Dacryology deals exclusively with watering of the eyes and disorders of the tear drainage. Any disorders affecting this system can lead to impaired tear flow with resultant watering, infections (Dacryocystitis) and sometimes even orbital infections.The tear duct is evaluated thoroughly not only from the eye side, but also through the nose..
DCR or dacryocystorhinostomy is a surgical procedure that creates an alternate new pathway for irreversible tear duct obstruction, thereby relieving watering. It can be performed via skin approach, or through the nose using special endoscopes. Tear duct surgeries are covered by Insurance.
Watering in children is a common problem. If diagnosed at an early stage and managed early conservatively,resolution rates are high.However if it is not resolved by age of 1 year, then the pathway has to be cleared surgically by syringing and probing and with the aid of an endoscope,the success rates increase drastically.

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Cosmetic Artificial Eyes

Visual impression is the first and often a lasting impression about a person. The face, especially the eyes, largely conveys this impression. Injury as well as, certain disorders such as Cancers can lead to loss or removal of an eye. While the vision cannot be restored, the appearance can be brought back to near normal, by customized artificial eyes (prosthesis).An artificial eye is a prosthesis or a device that fits within the socket, behind your eyelids. It mimics the natural eye, and is painted exactly like your natural eye. Insertion and removal is easy, and one has to clean it once a month. The eyelids can comfortably close on the artificial eye, giving it a natural look. Occasionally, if the pouch behind the eyelid (that holds the artificial eye) is shrunken, one may require a surgery prior to the fitting of an artificial eye.

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Humans have two eyes and yet see a single image, this happens because of both eyes coordination. This effortless clear single vision is the outcome of several mechanisms that involve the eye lens focusing, eye muscle movements, integration of all the sensory and motor input signals in the brain and execution of output signal in the eye.
The assessment of the sensory and motor input and output signals requires a comprehensive binocular vision examination. Within this examination there can be sub-specialty like orthoptics, vision therapy etc. Orthoptics is a discipline that assesses if the eyes are straight, predominantly examining the eye muscles.

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Low vision services

One of the most neglected areas in ophthalmology, here at P C Sharma eye hospital, patients with end stage diseases are being visually rehabilitated by dispensing special glasses and devices which help patients with minimal to maximize their daily routine activities
Which patients can benefit from low vision devices?

  • Advanced diabetic retinopathy
  • Advanced glaucoma
  • Advanced Age related Macular degeneration
  • Retinal dystrophies
  • Retinitis pigmentosa
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