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Drishti Eye Care

Haldwani, Uttarakhand

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Drishti eye care  is a multi specialty eye hospital situated at Haldwani, which is at foot steps of Nainital, Uttarakhand. Rated as one of the leading eye hospitals in Uttarakhand, Drishti Center for Advanced 
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Glaucoma Surgery

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Disease of the eye in which fluid pressure within the eye rises - if left untreated the patient may lose vision, and even become blind. The disease generally affects both eyes, although one may have more severe signs and symptoms than the other.There is a small space in the front of the eye called the "anterior chamber". Clear liquid flows in-and-out of the anterior chamber, this fluid nourishes and bathes nearby tissues. If a patient has glaucoma, the fluid does not drain properly - it drains too slowly - out of the eye. This leads to fluid build-up, and pressure inside the eye rises. Unless this pressure is brought down and controlled, the optic nerve and other parts of the eye may become damaged, leading to loss of vision.

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The eye functions like a camera – the structures such as the cornea and lens focus the light on to the retina; the pupil acts like a camera diaphragm, regulating the amount of light that enters the eye.Retina is the light sensitive tissue that lines the inner wall of the eye. The retina converts the visual image in to a signal that the brain can capture. if the film of a camera is defective, one doesn’t get good photos. Similarly if the retina is affected, we don’t see well.

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Oculopastic surgery involves the cosmetic, corrective and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids. Specializing in the eyes’ function and health as well as their appearance, an oculopastic surgeon has completed training in both ophthalmology and plastic surgery in the area around the eyes.One of the most common oculoplastic procedures performed, blepharoplasty/ptosis repair corrects droopy eyelids – which can impair vision -- by removing excess skin, muscle and fat, and tightening the muscle which raises the eyelid. It can also make your eyes appear more youthful and less tired. The incisions used for this surgery are almost invisible since they are hidden in the normal eyelid crease.

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Implantable Contact Lens (ICL) are now the lastest technological advances to reduce the patient with refractive error and seen high powers which are not even amenable with conventional LASIK LASER surgery. The implantable contact lens is a type of phakic intraocular lens (PIOL) used in the correction of eyes with high refractive errors, especially if the cornea is thin. PIOL are artificial lenses which are implanted in front of the natural lens of the eye and functions as a "contact lens” within the eye affording high quality (high definition) vision. PIOLs are especially useful in certain patients who are not suitable for which laser refractive surgery like LASIK. At Drishti Center for Advanced Eye Care, Haldwani, the Visian Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL; Staar® Surgical Company, USA) is available for patients who require phakic intraocular lens implantation.The Visian Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL; Staar® Surgical Company, USA) is a one-piece foldable phakic intraocular lens which is implanted just in front of the natural crystalline lens as a day surgery procedure. This PIOL requires a sutureless sub-3 mm corneal incision for insertion allowing fast visual rehabilitation and eliminating the need for hospital admissions.The Visian ICL is able to correct myopia of -3.0 D to -20.0 D (US approval). Toric models of this PIOL are also available. Toric models are able to correct both myopia and astigmatism simultaneously, eliminating the need for subsequent procedures to correct astigmatism.

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Cataract Surgery

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Cataract('safed motia') is a clouding of the natural lens inside the eye. This lens located behind the iris and works just like the lens of a camera- focusing light images on the retina, which sends images to the brain. In cataract human eye became so clouded that it  blur images are seen. It prevents the lens from focusing light onto the retina and hence causes unclear vision. As the cataract advances, this cloudiness of vision increases over a period of time until the vision is completely impaired. Cataract development is part of the normal ageing process. Although it can occur at an earlier age also. Almost all people above the age of 60 years have cataract of a variable degree, due to cataract sharp images became blurred, bright colors became dull, or seeing at night is more difficult.  In some people cataract development is aggravated by an eye injury, presence of diabetes, use of medications or other eye diseases. Rarely cataract may be present in the newborn as a developmental defect.

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Amblyopia Eye Treatment

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Amblyopia is reduced vision in an anatomically normal eye. The term "lazy eye" is used to describe it.  Amblyopia normally affects only one eye in most patients. However, it is possible, though rare, to be amblyopic in both eyes. In this condition vision does not develop properly in one eye. If it’s left untreated, a child's vision will never develop correctly in that eye. Vision impairment becomes permanent because as the child’s brain matures, it will "ignore" the image coming from the poorly seeing eye. That’s why it’s essential to have a child with amblyopia regularly tested by an eye doctor.

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Amblyopia usually starts when one eye has much better focus than the other eye. it begins to ignore the blurry image. If this goes on for months or years in a young child, the vision in the eye that sees the blurry image will deteriorate.
Another cause of amblyopia is strabismus, which is an ocular misalignment, meaning that one eye turns inward or outward. This prevents the eyes from focusing together on an image and may cause double vision. To combat this, the child's brain generally chooses to ignore the image from the deviated eye, causing the vision in that eye to deteriorate. It’s this misalignment of the eyes that leads some people to call amblyopia "lazy eye."
In other cases, a child cannot see well in one eye because something blocks light from getting through.

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Lasik Eye Treatment

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LASIK is eye surgery that permanently changes the shape of the cornea (the clear covering on the front of the eye) in order to improve vision and reduce a person's dependency on glasses or contact lenses.LASIK is most often done on people who use glasses or contact lenses because of nearsightedness (myopia). It is occasionally used to correct farsightedness. It may also correct astigmatism.
You should be at least 18 years old (21 in some cases, depending on the laser used), because vision may continue to change in people younger than 18. A rare exception is a child with one very nearsighted and one normal eye. Using LASIK to correct a very nearsighted eye may prevent amblyopia (lazy eye).You should not have this procedure if you are pregnant or breast-feeding, because these conditions can affect eye measurements.You should not have this procedure if you take certain prescription drugs, such as Cardarone, Imitrex, or oral prednisone.Your eyes must be healthy and your prescription stable. If you are nearsighted, you should postpone LASIK until your condition has stabilized. Nearsightedness may continue to increase in some patients until their mid to late 20s.You should be in good general health. LASIK may not be recommended for patients with diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, glaucoma, herpes infections of the eye, or cataracts. You should discuss this with your surgeon

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An Intraocular lens(IOL) is the replacement lens that is surgically implanted in the eye to replace the existing natural clouded lens used for cataract surgery traditionally the replacement lens used for cataract surgery was a monofocal IOL. this type of lens restored good functional distance vision but people still needed to continue reading glasses. Like our eye's natural lens, an IOL focuses light that comes into your eye through the cornea and pupil onto the retina, the sensitive tissue at the back of the eye that relays images through the optic nerve to the brain. Most IOLs are made of a flexible, foldable material and are about one-third of the size of a dime.  Like the lenses of prescription eyeglasses, your IOL will contain the appropriate prescription to give you the best vision possible. Read below to learn about how IOL types correct specific vision problems.

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Before surgery your eyes are measured to determine your IOL prescription, and you and your Eye surgen compare options to decide which IOL type is best for you. The type of IOL implanted will affect how you see when not wearing eyeglasses. Glasses may still be needed by some people for some activities.If you have astigmatism, your Eye M.D. will discuss toric IOLs and related treatment options with you.In certain cases, cost may be a deciding factor for you if you have the option of selecting special premium lOLs that may reduce your need for glasses.

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This common IOL type has been used for several decades. Monofocals are set to provide best corrected vision at near, intermediate or far distances. Most people who choose monofocals have their IOLs set for distance vision and use reading glasses for near activities. On the other hand, a person whose IOLs were set to correct near vision would need glasses to see distant objects clearly. Some who choose monofocals decide to have the IOL for one eye set for distance vision, and the other set for near vision, a strategy called "monovision." The brain adapts and synthesizes the information from both eyes to provide vision at intermediate distances. Often this reduces the need for reading glasses. People who regularly use computers, PDAs or other digital devices may find this especially useful. Individuals considering monovision may be able to try this technique with contact lenses first to see how well they can adapt to monovision. Those who require crisp, detailed vision may decide monovision is not for them. People with appropriate vision prescriptions may find that monovision allows them see well at most distances with little or no need for eyeglasses.

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Toric Iol Eye Treatment

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This is a monofocal IOL with astigmatism correction built into the lens.Astigmatism: This eye condition distorts or blurs the ability to see both near and distant objects. With astigmatism the cornea (the clear front window of the eye) is not round and smooth (like a basketball), but instead is curved like a football. People with significant degrees of astigmatism are usually most satisfied with toric IOLs.People who want to reduce (or possibly eliminate) the need for eyeglasses may opt for an additional treatment called limbal relaxing incisions, which may be done at the same time as cataract surgery or separately. These small incisions allow the cornea's shape to be rounder or more symmetrical.

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Squint Surgery

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A squint is misalignment of the eyes where one eye is out of alignment, i.e.one eye looks straight ahead whilst the other points in, outwards, up or down. If the eye that normally turns is forced to look straight ahead (e.g. by covering the straight eye), then the other eye will turn. Squints may be constant (obvious all the time) or intermittent (only seen from time to time). Most squints develop before 3 years of age, but sometimes they develop later. Squints can affect the eyesight in childhood, as the brain will begin to ignore a squinting eye causing the sight in it to be worse that in the other eye. Squint may be permanent or it may be temporary, occurring occasionally. The deviation may be in any direction: inward, outward, upward or downward.

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Yag Laser

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Today, nearly everyone having modern cataract surgery will have a lens implant placed inside their eye at the time of surgery. These plastic implants, or artificial lenses, permit rapid return of vision and avoid the frustrations associated with contact lenses and thick aphakic glasses with strong magnifications.For removing an eye lens, surgeon makes a small incision in the front wall or capsule of the lens and emulsifies the internal contents of the lens. However, the back wall or capsule of the lens is left intact, and the plastic artificial lens is placed inside the capsule, sometimes termed by the operating surgeon "in-the-bag." Over the next few months or year or two, a cloudy film or membrane may form, much like a sheet of wax paper, across the capsule behind the artificial lens implant. This cloudy film is termed a "secondary membrane" or an "after cataract."In past years, such membranes needed to be cut with a very tiny surgical knife. To ensure safety and sterility, the procedure usually required another visit to the operating room. This opening is necessary only for those cataract surgery patients whose secondary membrane becomes sufficiently cloudy to impair a clear vision.In recent years, however, a laser technique has been developed to cut open this secondary membrane in doctor’s office. The laser is commonly called "Nd: YAG laser" or simply "YAG laser”. Its real name is "Neodymium-Yttrium Aluminum-Garnet laser". The YAG laser can cut the opaque membranes by creating a series of tiny explosions in a line or cross pattern. This procedure is called posterior capsulotomy. Thus, if you experience impaired vision after cataract surgery, the YAG laser may promptly restore your vision without a risk of bleeding or infection inside the eye.Some people believe that the cataract surgery is done by laser. It is not true. In USA, cataracts are currently removed surgically by phacoemulsification method, which is an ultrasound technology. The YAG laser is used only to treat "after cataracts” but not to remove the cataracts.

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These newer IOL types reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. In the multifocal type, a series of focal zones or rings is designed into the IOL. Depending on where incoming light focuses through the zones, the person may be able to see both near and distant objects clearly.

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Drishti eye care  is a multi specialty eye hospital situated at Haldwani, which is at foot steps of Nainital, Uttarakhand. Rated as one of the leading eye hospitals in Uttarakhand, Drishti Center for Advanced 

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