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Neera Eye Centre & Laser Vision

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Neera Eye Centre & Laser Vision - Service Provider of lasik & c-lasik, cataract surgery & keratoplasty or cornea transplant since 1995 in Delhi.
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Lasik & C-Lasik

Lasik & C-Lasik

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Lasik & C-Lasik
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Lasik & C-Lasik

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LASIK (Laser assisted in-situ keratomileusis) is a refractive surgical procedure that results in rapid recovery of vision and has the capability to benefit patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism by reducing dependence on eyeglasses and contact lenses.
Wave front Guided Lasik (Customized Lasik or C-Lasik) is fast emerging as a better tool to restore the quality of vision. The surgical procedure is similar in both the procedures and the common questions presented below are relevant to both.

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Cataract Surgery
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Cataract Surgery

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A cataract is an opacity or cloudiness in the natural lens of the eye. It is still the leading cause of blindness worldwide. In India it is commonly known as Safed Motia. When the lens is partially opaque, it is called an immature cataract and some light can pass through to help perform some routine functions. However, when the opacity increases to engulf the entire lens, vision is totally cut off and the cataract is mature.

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Keratoplasty or Cornea Transplant
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Corneal transplantation, also known as corneal grafting or penetrating keratoplasty, is a surgical procedure where a damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by a donated corneal tissue, which has been removed from a recently deceased individual having no known diseases which might affect the viability of the donated tissue. Only the central portion of the cornea is involved in transplantation .The surgeon excises an appropriate circular disc of the patient's cornea and replaces it with a similarly sized disc of donor cornea, which is then sutured into place.

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C3R - Treatment of Keratoconus
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This is a disease of the eye where the front surface of the eye, called Cornea, becomes weak, leading to progressive thinning and stretching which gradually progresses. Gradually, the Cornea bulges forwards, leading to an irregular cone shape. This causes distortion and blurring of the image formed by the cornea. Usually this disease is bilateral, though the severity may vary between the two eyes.

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Contact Lenses
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Contact Lenses

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Soft Contact Lenses

These are the commonest variety of lenses in use. They are made of a material which is soft to feel and are therefore easy to wear. Main advantage of these lenses is that they are very easy to adapt to. Main disadvantage of these lenses is that they are very prone to infection,

So you need to take good care of them.
Soft Contact lenses can be sub-divided into following types-
1.
          Yearly lenses
2.
          Disposable contact lenses
3.
          Soft toric lenses
4.
          Coloured contact lenses
Caring for Soft Contact Lenses
You need to take good care of these lenses.Everytime you put them on, you need to clean Them as advised by your doctor. You should also clean them properly after taking them out And should store them in clean solution everyday.
Disposable Contact Lenses

Daily, weekly, monthly... however often you replace them, disposable and frequent replacement contact lenses are a healthy and time-saving option.
Toric Contact Lenses For Astigmatism

These are special type of soft contact lenses which have cylindrical power built in and are used to correct Astigmatism.
Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses

Rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses, also known as GP, gas permeable, or oxygen permeable lenses, are today's most state-of-the-art "semi-soft" contact lenses. But they shouldn't be confused with the hard contact lenses of yesteryear.

Old-style hard contact lenses were made of a material known as PMMA. The problem with PMMA lenses is that they are difficult to get used to and somewhat uncomfortable to wear. In addition, PMMA does not allow oxygen to pass through it, and healthy eyes need plenty of oxygen.
What Makes RGPs Different ?

Rigid gas permeable lenses were introduced in the mid-1980s; they are actually a newer technology than soft lenses. RGPs incorporate silicone, which makes a more flexible plastic than PMMA. And silicone is oxygen permeable, so oxygen can pass through RGP lenses, resulting in greater comfort and better eye health. In fact, RGPs transmit more oxygen to the eye than do most soft contact lenses.
You'll Need to Adapt

So why doesn't everyone wear RGPs? Primarily because soft lenses are more instantly comfortable to wear, and RGPs require an adaptation period before they can be comfortable. Some other downsides of RGPs are discussed below.
The Benefits of RGPs

RGPs offer some outstanding benefits over soft lenses. For one, because an RGP is made of a stiff material, it retains its shape well when you blink, which tends to provide crisper vision than would a soft lens.

RGPs are extremely durable. Although you can break them (for instance, if you step on them), you can't tear them easily, like soft lenses. Because they're made of materials that don't contain water (as soft contact lenses do), protein and lipids from your tears do not bind to RGPs as readily as they do to soft lenses. With a little care, they may last for years, as long as you don't require a prescription change.
Niches Where RGPs Excel

RGPs are frequently the answer for people who don't obtain acceptable vision with soft lenses. This includes individuals who are very fussy about the quality of their vision, and some people with astigmatism for whom soft contacts don't produce the desired visual acuity.

RGPs are used to fit people who have a condition called keratoconus, where the cornea is cone-shaped and causes extreme visual distortion
The Downside of RGPs

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Yag Laser Treatment
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Yag Laser Treatment

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  • YAG LASER produces a concentrated beam of light that can focus on the iris or any thick membrane behind the intraocular lens.
    This laser beam can create a smooth ,fine opening of desired size in these structures without affecting other sensitive parts of the eye.
  • YAG LASER treatment is done as an Out Patient procedure. Special eye drops are put in the eyes to numb them . A small contact lens is placed on the eye to direct the laser light on to the desired site.The treatment takes only few minutes and the patient can go back home immediately.
  • Laser surgery is safe and painless with few complications.


    Some common diseases where YAG LASER is used -

After Cataract or Posterior Capsular 0pacity -

A membrane is left behind in Cataract surgery. This membrane supports the IOL { Intra Ocular Lens or Artificial lens} inside the eye.It may get thickenned or opaque as a process of scarring few months following surgery.This may reduce the vision again even after good and successful cataract operation. YAG LASER is used to clean this opaque membrane.

Acute glaucoma -

A condition where the pressure of the eye is raised that causes pain and loss of vision.YAG LASER is used to create a small openning in the Iris to facilitate the flow of liquid outside the eye.without surgical intervention.

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Cashless Mediclaim Facility
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There is a facility for cashless mediclaim in collaboration with following companies-

1CGHS (Central Government Health Services)
2TTK Healthcare Limited
3Good Health Plan
4NDMC (New Delhi Municipal Corporation)
5East West Assist
6Safeway Mediclaim Services
7Star Health and Allied Insurence Ltd.
8MD India
9Universal Medi-aid Services Pvt. Ltd.
10Parekh Healthcare
11United Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.
12I-Care Health Management Pvt. Ltd.
13Medicare TPA Services
14Focus Healthcare (P) Ltd
15Paramount Healthcare TPA (P) Ltd
16BHEL

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Neera Eye Centre & Laser Vision - Service Provider of lasik & c-lasik, cataract surgery & keratoplasty or cornea transplant since 1995 in Delhi.

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Nature of Business

Service Provider

Total Number of Employees

11 to 25 People

Year of Establishment

1995

Legal Status of Firm

Sole Proprietorship (Individual)

Annual Turnover

Rs. 50 Lakh - 1 Crore
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