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Dr. Suman Nabar, MBBSDr. Suman Nabar, MBBS (Gold Medalist) and M.S. (Ophthal) (Gold Medalist) is an alumnus of the prestigious Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune. She has been a consultant ophthalmologist since past 16 years. Dr. Suman specializes in Anterior Segment Surgery and is well known for her expertise in Cataract Techniques of Stitch less Cataract Surgery by Phacoemulsification, Glaucoma Surgery, LASIK and Refractive Surgery, Squint Surgery and Oculoplastic Surgery.She has recently developed an interest and expertise in the field of Cosmetic Ophthalmology.
She has attended advanced special training courses for phacoemulsification in Munich, Germany and for LASIK training in Baltimore, USA. She is a member of many prestigious national and international professional bodies like Bombay Ophthalmic Association (BOA), MOS, AIOS,(All India Ophthalmic Society), European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) and Ophthalmic Women Leaders (OWL).
Dr. Nabar is at present the Medical Director of Divya Eye Care. She has worked as a Consultant Ophthalmologist with Lotus Eye Hospital from 2001 to 2006 and as a Consultant Eye Surgeon with Jehangir Nursing Home, Pune as head of Ophthalmic Diagnostic  Unit  in charge of the FFA(Fundus Fluorescein Angiography) and Perimetry from 1994 to 1996.
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Normal Vision Service
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The eye works like a camera. The major difference is that the camera has a layer of film in the back, while the eye has a layer of nerve tissue in the back, called the retina. The retina converts images into electrical impulses and sends it to the brain via the optic nerve. In the camera the lens focuses the light rays in order to form an image on the film. In the eye, two structures share this responsibility, the cornea and the lens. The cornea is like the window into the eye. It is a clear, transparent layer that lets light enter the eye through the pupil.
In the normal eye, light rays of an image pass through the cornea and the lens and are focused directly on the retina to produce a clear image. In a myopic (nearsighted) eye, the light rays pass through the cornea and lens but the point at which they converge (focus) is in front of the retina. This configuration allows clear images of near objects, but not those that are far away. When myopes are young, they can use their glasses for far and near tasks since their lens accommodates for near vision. After approximately 40 years of age, the human lens looses its elasticity so they frequently have to remove their glasses while reading or use bifocals.
In a hyperopic (farsighted) eye, the light rays do not converge or focus by the time they reach the retina. Younger hyperopic patients can focus on more distant objects and images that are close. As hyperopic patients age they lose the ability to accommodate and then have difficulty seeing distant and near objects. They will often require glasses for both distance and near (bifocals) in their forties.

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Computer Vision Syndrome Service
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The extensive use of computers have thrown up a plethora of eye problems .The causes of these problems are:
The frequent picture changes along with excessive light reflection from the colour monitor causes eyestrain.
The excessive near work results in fatigue of eye muscles and heaviness in the eyes
Due to continuous viewing of the monitor, blinking is reduced resulting in dry eyes,with burning sensation and gritty feeling in the eyes.
SOME DO’S AND DON’TS FOR COMPUTER USERS:
Anti reflection coating on eye glasses and on the monitor helps.
Always use the right prescription glasses –even if low powered while working on computers.
Computer to be at eye level.
Frequent blinking is necessary
After working for an hour or so –just close your eyes for 5 minutes or look at a distant object to relax your eye muscles

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Dry Eye Service
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Dry eye syndrome is one of the most common problems. Dry Eye is usually caused by a problem with the quality of the tear film that lubricates the eyes. Treatment of dry eye syndrome is highly specific to each patient.  Artificial tears are a very common treatment that has proven to be effective for many patients.  Some of these artificial tear treatments are watery and alleviate the symptoms temporarily. Some thicker drop treatments prove to adhere to the eye longer.  Preservative-free tears are recommended because they are the most soothing and have fewer additives that could potentially irritate.  Avoid products that whiten the eyes – they don’t have adequate lubricating qualities and often make the problem worse.

Closing the opening of the tear drain in the eyelid with special inserts called punctal plugs (punctual occlusion) is another option.

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Diabetic Retinopathy Service
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Diabetes is a disease that affects blood vessels throughout the body, particularly vessels in the kidneys and eyes. When the blood vessels in the eyes are affected, this is called diabetic retinopathy.
The retina is in the back of the eye. It detects visual images and transmits them to the brain. Major blood vessels lie on the front portion of the retina. When these blood vessels are damaged due to diabetes, they may leak fluid or blood and grow scar tissue. This leakage affects the ability of the retina to detect and transmit images.
During the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, reading vision is typically not affected. However, when retinopathy becomes advanced, new blood vessels grow in the retina. These new vessels are the body's attempt to overcome and replace the vessels that have been damaged by diabetes. However, these new vessels are not normal. They may bleed and cause the vision to become hazy, occasionally resulting in a complete loss of vision. The growth of abnormal blood vessels on the iris of the eye can lead to glaucoma. Diabetic retinopathy can also cause your body to form cataracts.
The new vessels also may damage the retina by forming scar tissue and pulling the retina away from its proper location. This is called retinal detachment and can lead to blindness if left untreated.

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EPI-LASIK is a slight variation of the LASIK procedure. This procedure also uses the excimer laser to reshape the cornea under a thin flap of the superficial epithelium, or surface skin cells, of the cornea. This is similar to LASEK and PRK.  This thin epithelial flap is created using a blunt microkeratome blade instead of a sharp blade as with LASIK. The difference between EPI-LASIK and LASEK / PRK is that no alcohol is placed on the eye to cause the epithelium to loosen.  The blunt microkeratome blade does the separation without the need to use an alcohol solution. After the treatment the epithelial skin cells are replaced. A bandage soft contact lens is placed on the eye until the epithelial flap re-adheres to the underlying cornea (usually 3-4 days).

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Phakic intraocular lenses, or phakic lenses, are specialized lenses made of plastic or silicone materials, which are implanted into the eye permanently to reduce a person's dependence on glasses or contact lenses. They are called as Phakic lenses as they are implanted into the eye without removing the eye's natural lens. The phakic lens is inserted through a small incision and placed just in front of or just behind the iris.
The lens is soft and tiny, much like the natural lens, but does not replace it. The ICL is specially shaped to correct nearsightedness and farsightedness.

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Over fifty percent of people over the age of 60 (and quite a few younger than that) suffer from cataracts. Almost everyone develops cataracts as they grow older. Cataract formations occur at different rates and can affect one or both eyes.
PhacoemulsificationA cataract is a progressive clouding of the eye's natural lens.It interferes with light passing through the eye to the retina. Aging and other factors cause proteins in the eye's lens to clump together forming these cloudy areas. Early changes may not disturb vision, but over time cataracts typically result in blurred or fuzzy vision and sensitivity to light. People with progressed cataracts often say they feel as if they're looking through a waterfall or a piece of wax paper.

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Eye drops, called artificial tears, are available without prescription. Frequency of use varies widely, from 2 to 3 times a day to several times per hour in severe cases. They come in many varieties:
Preservative free ampules. These are useful in avoiding the harsh preservatives found in less expensive tear preparations. Examples are: Refresh, Theratears, Bion, Akwa tears, Tears Naturale Forte, Tears Naturale II, Hypo Tears, etc.
Bottled tears containing mild, non-irritating preservatives. Examples are: Refresh Tears and Genteal.
Thicker, more viscous preparations, which include: Genteal Gel, Celluvisc, Refresh Liquigel and ophthalmic ointments. As these frequently cause blurred vision for a time, they are often best-suited for nighttime use.
Eye drops containing decongestants to "get the red out" are a poor choice for prolonged use.
Mild steroid eye drops, available by prescription only, are sometimes used to help symptoms.

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Diagnosing Diabetic Retinopathy Service
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You eye doctor may perform a test called fluorescein angiography. During the test, a harmless orange-red dye called Fluorescein will be injected into a vein in your arm. The dye will travel through your body to the blood vessels in your retina. Your doctor will use a special camera with a green filter to flash a blue light into your eye and take multiple photographs. The pictures will be analyzed to identify any damage to the lining of the retina or atypical new blood vessels.
Diabetic retinopathy does not usually impair sight until the development of long-term complications, including proliferative retinopathy (when abnormal new blood vessels bleed into the eye). When this advanced stage of retinopathy occurs, pan-retinal photocoagulation is performed. During this procedure, a laser is used to destroy all of the dead areas of retina where blood vessels have been closed. When these areas are treated with the laser, the retina stops manufacturing new blood vessels, and those that are already present tend to decrease or disappear.
If diabetic retinopathy has caused your body to form cataracts, they can be corrected with cataract surgery.

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Laser In-Situ Keratomileusis Service
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LASER IN-SITU KERATOMILEUSIS (LASIK) is a procedure that uses a microkeratome (surgical instrument) to create a hinged corneal flap on the front surface of the eye to access the inside of the cornea. The surface epithelial layer is left intact, allowing for not only faster visual recovery, but improved comfort. The excimer laser is then used to remove an inner layer of corneal tissue. This reshapes the inner part of the cornea, thereby changing its optical characteristics. The corneal flap is then replaced in its original position. Because of the cornea's extraordinary natural bonding qualities, healing is rapid and does not require stitches.
LASIK surgery is performed as an outpatient procedure where the patient just walks in and walks out.It is a NO INJECTION,NO STITCH,NO PAD TECHNIQUE. The entire procedure takes approximately fifteen minutes and both eyes are usually treated the same day. The procedure is performed using topical anesthesia (eye drops). During the first few hours, some patients may temporarily experience a slight foreign body or burning sensation and blurry vision.
Patients usually see a dramatic improvement in their vision within the first day. Most patients return to their normal activities within a day or two. LASIK patients are placed on an antibiotic and anti-inflammatory drop for about 1 week. Patients are instructed to wear a protective eye shield while sleeping for 7 days to prevent accidental eye rubbing during the early healing period.

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Custom LASIK Service
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Customised LASIK is the newest FDA-approved procedure as an advancement over conventional LASIK. It provides your doctor with the tools to precisely measure your specific optical pathway, like a "fingerprint" of your vision. This custom "fingerprint" enables your eye surgeon to customize the LASIK procedure to your unique visual requirements.

This Wavefront technology provides an additional level of precise data about your eye to truly personalize your vision correction. A device called a wavefront analyzer measures the way light travels through your optical pathway and compares it to the way light travels through an optically perfect eye. This device then creates a map of the detected irregularities of the visual system. This map displays irregularities that cannot be measured any other way.

Several types of visual imperfections, referred to as lower- and higher-order aberrations, exist within the eye and can affect both visual acuity and the quality of vision. To date, only lower-order aberrations (such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism) could be measured and treated. But these irregularities do not account for all potential vision imperfections. Higher-order aberrations can also have a significant impact on one's quality of vision and are often linked to visual glare and halos that may cause night vision problems. Higher-order aberrations cannot be corrected with glasses, contact lenses or conventional LASIK treatments.

Using wavefront technology  to generate a detailed, personalized map of your unique vision, surgeons now have the diagnostic tools to measure and ultimately correct both lower- and higher-order aberrations. This information can be used by surgeons to either optimize traditional LASIK or treat patients with Customised LASIK.

Conventional LASIK is very successful. It appears that Custom LASIK significantly increases the number of patients who may achieve 20/20 or better vision and/or may perceive better quality of vision.

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Photorefractive Keratectomy Service
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PHOTOREFRACTIVE KERATECTOMY (PRK) was the first procedure using the excimer laser to change the curvature of the cornea to improve vision.
Prior to the laser treatment the superficial layer of epithelial surface cells are removed. These typically regenerate over the next 4-7 days post-operatively. A bandage soft contact lens is placed on the eye until this epithelium has healed in. Like LASIK , PRK only takes about fifteen minutes to perform, and the surgery itself is painless.
There is typically more discomfort during the healing process for PRK, and it takes a bit more time for the patient to see clearly, but the eventual outcome for LASIK and PRK are identical in low to moderate refractive states. However, with higher levels of myopia, there is an increased risk of corneal haze with PRK. There are some medical conditions that make PRK more suitable and the PRK procedure can actually cure those conditions. PRK patients are placed on an antibiotic drop for about 1 week and an anti-inflammatory drop for 2-3 months.

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