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Dr. Virendra Laser and Phaco Surgery Centre is a Highly Equipped True Super Speciality Ophthalmic Care Centre of Rajasthan where total eye care is provided by super specialised and experienced team of Doctors. The clinic is centrally located with ease of access from airport, railway station and bus stand.
We, at our centre, aim at providing the quality eye care to our patients that match international standards. To keep pace with the rapidly growing trends in eye treatments our centre is equipped with the best and latest machines. This is the only centre in Rajasthan where all the modern techniques for removal of glasses are available viz. Conductive Keratoplasty, Wasca Laser, Lasik Laser, Epilasik and with refractive Cataract surgery by use of Multifocal and Accommodative Lenses.
The centre caters to a wide patient base providing our services in almost all sub-specialties like Refractive Procedures, Cataract, Cornea, Glaucoma, Vitreo Retinal services, Uvea, Squint, Paediatric Ophthalmology, Vision Aids, Contact Lens etc.
The credit of bringing ultimate technology of removal of glasses and contact lenses by Laser goes to Dr. Anita & Dr. Virendra Agrawal. In Rajasthan we are well recognised as Pioneers in multiple eye care facilities and treatments. LASIK, Wasca Laser, Cold Phaco microincision, C3R for Keratoconus are a few from the list. We take pride in boasting that we have done maximum Laser procedures for removal of glasses in Rajasthan.
The Centre has been honoured by Medical Practitioners Society (MPS) and Private Hospitals & Nursing Homes Society (PHNHS), Jaipur for bringing most modern and advanced eye surgery facilities in Rajasthan (June 2005).
We strive hard to bring the best eye care facilities at your doorstep and we emphasise on our mission statement "why compromise when you have option for the best".
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In Lasik, the excimer laser is used to reshape the cornea thereby correcting myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism.
We at Dr Virendra Laser,Phaco Surgery Centre uses one of the most Accurate excimer laser, the Super Technologies.
The very fact that you are visiting this website means that you have probably heard enough about laser eye treatment to arouse your interest. Over the past few years, laser eye treatment has been seen to make an enormous difference to people with near-sight, far-sight and astigmatism. It's a difference that has changed their quality of life as well as their quality of vision.
Utilizing the accuracy and precision of the excimer laser, LASIK changes the shape of the cornea to improve the way light is focused or "refracted" by the eye. By adjusting the pattern of the laser beam through its computer, it is possible to treat high levels of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.
LASIK surgery is performed as an outpatient procedure in the comfort and convenience of the excimer laser surgical suite. The entire vision correction procedure takes less than 30 minutes and both eyes are done the same day. The procedure is performed using topical anesthesia (eye drops). Some patients report a slight, post-operative discomfort that can usually be alleviated with medications.

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Epi-LASIK is a refractive surgery technique designed to reduce a person's dependency on eyeglasses and contact lenses.Epilasik is a new technique similar to LASEK that uses an epi-keratome (rather than a trephine blade and alcohol), to remove the top layer of the epithelium (usually with thickness of 50 micrometres), which is subsequently replaced. For some people it can provide better results than regular LASEK in that it avoids the possibility of negative effects from the alcohol, and recovery may involve less discomfort.
For many people, laser treatment can mean new freedom:-
  • freedom to change the way the world sees you
  • freedom from the time-consuming, day-to-day hassle of glasses or contact lenses
  • freedom to play sports without the inconvenience of glasses or contact lenses
  • freedom to go on holiday and to work without worrying about your eyesight
  • freedom to wake up during the night and see clearly

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WASCA (Wavefront Aberration Supported Cornea Ablation) is a method for wavefront-guided ablation. This new method records all existing eye aberrations with the Asclepion Wavefront Aberrometer and calculates the customized pattern for laser correction. We measured the low and high order aberrations of eyes before and after Lasik and Epilasik, as well as before and after flap creation.
Natural examples of aberrations are the way car and street lights can seem to have a halo, starburst or surrounding fringe around them at night. Aberrations are related to quality of the light which is focused on to the retina and subsequently the quality of vision you experience. Once measured, the aberration profile is incorporated into the programming of the Excimer laser to deliver you a more precise result and, ultimately, better vision. Improved night vision and reduced glare, in particular.
Refractive Errors and Treatment
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  • Zeiss Topography
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The first step with LASIK is to have a thin corneal flap made to reveal the tissue that will be reshaped to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. There are two main methods to create a corneal flap; a microkeratome with a metal blade, or a femto second laser such as the VisuMax. The creation of the corneal flap with the VisuMax is very fast and takes approximately 20 to 30 seconds, while the complete LASIK procedure may take approximately 15 minutes.
Flap creation with the VisuMax is a completely bladeless procedure. A very accurately focused laser beam is guided through to the cornea in a computerized treatment that is unique to each patient. The laser beam moves across and through the cornea, creating a layer of very tiny bubbles under its path. These bubbles quickly disappear, and the tissue above the bubbles becomes the corneal flap that can be easily lifted by your surgeon.
Everyone has a curved cornea. Nature often provides us with the best answers, and the VisuMax features a unique, curved contact glass to maximize patient comfort. This technology allows for the patient to maintain visual sight during the entire procedure. This is possible since the curved contact interface attaches to the cornea during the treatment and the cornea is only slightly flattened, which prevents unnecessarily high intraocular pressure and stress to the eye. This provides maximum comfort and allows you to see throughout the entire procedure, unlike with micro keratomes or other femto second lasers, where your vision is "blacked out" for awhile and patients have reported feeling uncomfortable pressure. Patients often describe the VisuMax procedure like the insertion of a soft contact lens.
Due to the Zeiss high performance optics, the laser beam is guided very precisely to the desired depth, resulting in most accurate flap thickness. In addition, the laser beam is directed in a very focused manner, which allows the doctor to apply only minimum laser energy to the eye during the treatment. As a result, the tissue outside the defined area of the cut remains untouched.

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Collagen Crosslinking with Riboflavin has been proven to not only stabilize the vision loss in patients with keratoconus and Keratoectasia but essentially stop it.
Dr Virendra Laser, Phaco Surgery Centre offers you cross linking of the cornea which is a new curative approach to increase the mechanical stability of corneal tissue. The aim of this treatment is to create addional chemical bonds inside the corneal stroma by means of a highly localized photo polymerization.
The indications or cross linking today are corneal actasia disorders, such as keratoconus and pellucid marginal degeneration, iatrogonic keratectasia after refractive lamellar surgery and corneal melting that is not responding to conventional therapy.
The cornea takes a conical shape, and produces astigmatism due to which the rays of light cannot be focused properly, resulting in deterioration of the quality of vision. In the early stage of keratoconus, vision can often be improved using cylindrical correction in the glasses. However, in later stages most patients require rigid gas permeable lenses for improvement in quality of vision. A new treatment for keratoconus increases collagen crosslinking by applying a one-time-only topical dose of riboflavin drops to the cornea and exposing the cornea to a low amount of ultraviolet A (UVA) light.

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Synaptohore Squint Measurement Prisms
Squint is a misalignment of the two eyes so that both the eyes are not looking in the same direction. This misalignment may be constant, being present throughout the day, or it may appear sometimes and the rest of the time the eyes may be straight. It is a common condition among children. It may also occur in adults.
Causes of Squint?
The exact cause of squint is not really known. The movement of each eye is controlled by six muscles. Each of these muscle acts along with its counterpart in the other eye to keep both the eyes aligned properly. A loss of coordination between the muscles of the two eyes leads to misalignment. This misalignment may be the same in all directions of gaze, or in some conditions the misalignment may be more in one direction of gaze, e.g., in squint due to nerve palsy.
Sometimes a refractive error hypermetropia (long sight) may lead to inward deviation of the eye. Poor vision in an eye because of some other eye disease like cataract, etc. may also cause the eye to deviate. Therefore it is important in all the cases of squint, especially in children, to have a thorough eye checkup to rule out any other cause of loss of vision.
Signs and Symptoms
The primary sign of squint is an eye that is not straight. Sometimes, a youngster will squint or close one eye in bright sunlight. Faulty depth perception may be present. Some children turn their faces or tilt their heads in a specific direction in order to use their eyes together.
What is the treatment for squint?
  • Preserve or restore vision
  • Straighten the eyes by Surgery
  • Restore binocular vision

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What is Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Amblyopia is an eye problem that causes poor vision in children. It's also called "lazy eye." Amblyopia usually affects one of the eyes, but sometimes it can also reduce vision in both eyes. The problem starts when the pathways that carry vision messages from one of the eyes to the brain don't grow strong enough. The brain then favors the other eye, and the child's vision does not develop normally. Amblyopia is the most common cause of vision problems in children.
What Causes Amblyopia
All child are born with poor eyesight. As child grow, their eyesight gets better. Good eyesight needs a clear, focused image that is the same in both eyes. If the image isn't clear in one eye, or if the image isn't the same in both eyes, the vision pathways don't develop right. In fact, the pathways may actually get worse.
Anything that happens to blur the vision or cause the eyes to be crossed during childhood may cause amblyopia. For example, the image might be different in both eyes if the child has strabismus. Strabismus (also called "crossed eyes") causes the eyes to not focus in the same direction. Children who need glasses to see better, or have cataracts, a droopy eyelid, or crossed or wandering eyes may also get amblyopia.
How is Amblyopic Treated
Because there are several causes of amblyopia, the treatment must match the problem. Glasses or contact lenses fix some problems. Surgery may be needed for cataracts, droopy eyelids or crossed eyes. After the cause of the amblyopia is found, the child will need to use the weaker eye most of the time, so it will get stronger. To make the child use the weaker eye, a patch can be put over the stronger eye. Sometimes, eye drops or special glasses are used to blur the vision in the stronger eye. This makes the weaker eye become stronger. Patches may be used all day or part of the day, depending on the child's age and vision.
The treatment usually lasts until vision is normal, or until vision stops getting better. For most children, this takes several weeks. A few children need to use eye patches until they are 8 to 10 years old.
Why is early Treatment Important
The vision pathways in the brain must become strong early, when children are very young. The first few years of life are the most important for eyesight. After a child is 8 to 10, the brain's vision system is complete. It can't develop anymore. If the amblyopia hasn't been treated by this age, the child will have poor vision for life. It won't be possible to fix it with glasses, patching or any other treatment.
There's a small chance that using an eye patch for too long can hurt the strong eye. For this reason, children who are wearing eye patches should see their doctor often during the treatment.

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  • Visante OCT
Glaucoma is an eye condition that develops when too much fluid pressure builds up inside of the eye. It tends to be inherited and may not show up until later in life.
The increased pressure, called intraocular pressure, can damage the optic nerve, which transmits images to the brain. If damage to the optic nerve from high eye pressure continues, glaucoma will cause loss of vision. Without treatment, glaucoma can cause total permanent blindness within a few years.
Because most people with glaucoma have no early symptoms or pain from this increased pressure, it is important to see your ophthalmologist regularly so that glaucoma can be diagnosed and treated before long-term visual loss occurs.
If you are over the age of 40 and if you have a family history of glaucoma, you should have a complete eye exam with an ophthalmologist every one to two years. If you have health problems such as diabetes or a family history of glaucoma or are at risk for other eye diseases, you may need to visit your eye doctor more frequently.

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