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Dr. Sunil Shah Eye Hospital is an Excellent Hospital.It has always proved its best with all modern facilities. On increasing demand from the society and the request from the people, we have started another branch at Navrangpura,Ahmedabad.The progress in our eye hospital is a continuous process and collective effort of all of us in the interest of the mankind and with a promise to prevent needless blindness in our society.
The motto of this hospital is to eradicate blindness and make this world a beautiful place to those who are still in darkness. We are dedicated to provide eye-care and rehabilitate people of all ages suffering from vision problems.
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Micro Phaco Cataract Surgery
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Cataract refers to the clouding of the natural lens of the eye. The lens of the eye is similar to the lens of a camera and is responsible for making a sharp image on the retina (light sensitive part at the back of the eye).
Clouding of the lens impairs this ability and only a foggy image can be seen through a cataract affected lens. In a normal eye, the lens is a clear bag of water and protein. Cataract develops when the protein starts to clump together resulting in clouding of the lens. Initially it may involve only a part of the lens which gradually progresses and spreads to involve the entire lens resulting in significant impairment of vision and visual handicap. 

Who can get Cataract?

1. Usually seen after 40 years of age as a gradual process of aging. 2. Infrequently it can affect persons of other age groups including.
» Newborns (congenital cataract)» Children (developmental cataract)» Young adults (usually after trauma to the eye).
3. Other important causes include use of some drugs such as steroids, inflammation of the eye (uveitis), hereditary causes and radiation exposure.
Symptoms of Cataract:

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Vitreo Retina Clinic
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The retina is the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of our eye. Light rays are focused onto the retina through our cornea, pupil and lens. The retina converts the light rays into impulses that travel through the optic nerve to our brain, where they are interpreted as the images we see. A healthy, intact retina is key to clear vision.
What is a Torn or Detached Retina?The middle of our eye is filled with a clear gel called vitreous (vi-tree-us) that is attached to the retina. Sometimes tiny clumps of gel or cells inside the vitreous will cast shadows on the retina, and you may sometimes see small dots, specks, strings or clouds moving in your field of vision. These are called floaters. You can often see them when looking at a plain, light background, like a blank wall or blue sky. As we get older, the vitreous may shrink and pull on the retina. When this happens, you may notice what look like flashing lights, lightning streaks or the sensation of seeing “stars.” These are called flashes.
Usually, the vitreous moves away from the retina without causing problems. But sometimes the vitreous pulls hard enough to tear the retina in one or more places. Fluid may pass through a retinal tear, lifting the retina off the back of the eye — much as wallpaper can peel off a wall. When the retina is pulled away from the back of the eye like this, it is called a retinal detachment. The retina does not work when it is detached and vision becomes blurry. A retinal detachment is a very serious problem that almost always causes blindness unless it is treated with detached retina surgery.

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Computer Vision Syndrome
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Studies indicate that 50 percent to 90 percent of computer users suffer from visual symptoms of computer vision syndrome. If youor your child spend more than two hours each day in front of a computer screen, you likely experience some degree of computer vision syndrome (CVS) . Symptoms of CVS include headaches, loss of focus, burning/ tired eyes, Double/blurred vision, Neck and shoulder pains. 

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Diabetic Retinopathy
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Diabetes and the Eye An increasing incidence of diabetes mellitus poses a major health problem in India. The contributing factors are:
» An inappropriate diet, high in fat and carbohydrates» Sedentary lifestyle 
Diabetic eye disease refers to a group of eye problems that people with diabetes may face as a complication of diabetes. All can cause severe vision loss or even blindness.
» Diabetic retinopathy—damage to the blood vessels in the retina.» Cataract—clouding of the eye's lens. Cataracts develop at an earlier age in people with diabetes.» Glaucoma—increase in fluid pressure inside the eye that leads to optic nerve damage and loss of vision. A person with diabetes is nearly twice as likely to get glaucoma as other adults. 
Diabetes may affect both the young (type I) and the old (type II). The latter type is far more common. Regardless of the type of diabetes, many diabetics develop a complication called diabetic retinopathy, a change in the retinal blood vessels that leads to loss of vision
Diabetic Retinopathy: A Silent Killer

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Minor Eye Surgeries
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  • Entropian CorrectionInversion or turning inward of the margin of an eyelid which is surgically everted.
  • Ectropian CorrectionEversion or turning outward of the margin of an eyelid which is surgically inverted
  • Removal/Biopsy of Cyst/SwellingSurgical removal or taking a sample of a small amount of tissue. These procedures are usually performed under a local anaesthetic, by ‘freezing’ the area with a series of small injections.
  • Other procedures include:» Ptosis Correction Drooping of the upper eyelid.» Surgical procedure to help lift the eyelid to normal position.» Suture adjustment may be necessary the day following surgery.
  • Excision basal cell carcinomaRemoval or biopsy of tissue. Reconstruction of the wound site may be necessary the day following surgery.

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Dacryocystorhynostomy ( D C R )s
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  • What is DCR?DCR, or dacryocystorhinostomy, is a surgery performed to create a new tear drain between the eye and nose when your current tear drain becomes blocked or obstructed.
  • AnatomyThe tear drain consists of two small openings called punctum; one in your upper eyelid and the other in your lower eyelid. Each of these openings leads into a small tube called the canaliculus which, in turn, empties into the lacrimal sac between the inside corner of your eye and your nose. The lacrimal sac leads into a canal called the nasolacrimal duct that passes through the bony structures surrounding your nose and empties tears into your nasal cavity.
  • What are the Symptoms of Having a Plugged and Infected Tear Drain?The most common symptoms are excessive watering, mucous discharge, eye irritation, and painful swelling in the inner corner of your eyelids. A skillful history and physical examination can usually pinpoint the cause of tearing. If your symptoms go untreated, an infection can develop around your eye.
  • What are the Treatments?Your surgeon may recommend a number of treatments based on the analysis of your symptoms. In some instances, it may be as simple as applying warm compresses and , but often, surgery is the most effective treatment. The most common surgical solution is the dacryocystorhinostomy. Since its introduction in the early 1900s, the procedure has the highest success rate (more than 90%) for adults who have not had prior nasal surgery or disease. To perform the procedure, your surgeon will create a new tear drain opening from the blocked sac directly into your nose to bypass the obstruction. A small incision is made either in the skin or inside the nose. A fi ne, soft silicone stent may temporarily be left in the new tear drain (for between oneto- six months after surgery) to keep the duct open while healing occurs. If the obstruction cannot be opened, it may be necessary to surgically place a tiny artifi cial drain called a “Jones tube” behind the inner corner of the eyelids. The tube is made of Pyrex glass and remains permanently in the tear duct.

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Optical and Contact Lens
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You'll enjoy a professional and welcoming atmosphere when you choose Optical Express for your eye care, so turn to us when you're considering improving your vision with laser eye surgery. Browse the stories of some of our many satisfied customers by having a look at our laser eye surgery reviews and find out more about laser eye surgery costs today.
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Low Vision Aids
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Low vision aids are a useful help to ophthalmic treatments to improve vision for patients with retinal disease. After the onset of retinal disease, it is still useful to have your glasses checked by the optician as the refraction of the eye can change. As the retina becomes damaged good lighting can help vision, particularly near vision. I recommend a Halogen light, which can be focused on the page. These can be either free standing or table based.

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