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What is a Cataract?
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s naturally clear lens. The lens focuses light rays on the retina-the layer of light-sensing cells lining the back of the eye-to produce a sharp image of what we see. When the lens becomes cloudy, light rays cannot pass through it easily and vision is blurred.

What are the symptoms of cataract?
The amount and pattern of cloudiness within the lens can vary. It the cloudiness is not near the center of the lens. You may not be aware that a cataract is present.

Common symptoms of cataract include:
A normal, healthy balanced diet is normally sufficient to keep eyes healthy and there is no need for additional supplementary nutrition. Plenty of fruits, green vegetables and  tea are known to contain high amount of antioxidants that are beneficial for good eye health.

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Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve - the part of the eye that carries the images we see to the brain. The optic nerve is made up of many nerve fibers, like an electric cable containing numerous wires. When damage to the optic nerve fibers occurs, blind spots develop. These blind spots usually go undetected until the optic nerve is significantly damaged. If the entire nerve is destroyed, blindness results.

Early detection and treatment by your ophthalmologist are the keys to preventing optic nerve damage and blindness from glaucoma.
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the world, specially for older people. But loss of sight from glaucoma can often be prevented with early treatment.

Clear liquid called aqueous humor circulates inside the front portion of the eye. To maintain a healthy level of pressure within the eye, a small amount of this fluid produced constantly while an equal amount flows out of the eye through a microscopic drainage system. (This liquid is not part of the tears on the outer surface of the eye.)

Because the eyeball is a closed structure, if the drainage area for the aqueous humor-called the drainage angle-is blocked, the excess fluid cannot flow out of the eye. Fluid pressure within the eye increases, pushing against the optic nerve and causing damage.

What are the different types of glaucoma?
Chronic open-angle glaucoma: This is the most common form of glaucoma.

The risk of developing chronic open-angle glaucoma increases

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Amblyopia is a condition where the vision in an eye is poor because it is not used enough in early childhood and therefore doesn't develop well. The reason for this underuse is that this eye has poorer vision than the other. In most cases, only one eye is affected, although it can affect both eyes. Amblyopia is often called a lazy eye. In some cases of amblyopia caused by anisometropia, the problem can sometimes be corrected by glasses. In most cases, however, glasses do not help.

What disorders can cause amblyopia?
Various eye disorders can cause amblyopia. The three most common causes are:
Squint (strabismus)
A squint is a condition where the eyes do not look together in the same direction. Whilst one eye looks straight ahead, the other eye turns to point inwards, outwards, upwards or downwards. This may happen all the time or just when concentrating or when the eye is tired.

If the eyes are not straight (aligned), they focus on different things. The result is that the brain ignores the signals from one of the eyes to avoid seeing double. This means that only one eye is used to focus on objects and the other eye can become 'lazy' (amblyopic), not getting a chance to develop its brain pathways. Most cases of squint occur in early childhood - the critical time when the brain is learning to see.

In some children with squint, the vision in each eye remains normal. In these children, the eye that is used to focus changes from time to time. Consequently, the visual pathways get a chance to develop from both eyes. However, in most cases of squint, one eye remains the dominant, focusing eye. The other turned (squinting) eye is not used to focus, and then fails to develop the normal visual pathways in childhood and amblyopia develops.

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Retinal Detachment Surgery
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The cornea is the eye's outermost layer. It is the clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye.

Although the cornea is clear and seems to lack substance, it is actually a highly organized group of cells and proteins. Unlike most tissues in the body, the cornea contains, under normal circumstances, no blood vessels to nourish or protect it against infections. Instead, the cornea receives its nourishment from the tears and aqueous humor that fills the chamber behind it. The cornea must remain transparent to refract light properly, and the presence of even the tiniest blood vessels can interfere with this process. To see well, all layers of the cornea must be free of any cloudy or opaque areas.

The corneal tissue is arranged in five basic layers, each having an important function.

These five layers are:

Epithelium
The epithelium is the cornea's outermost region, comprising about 10 percent of the tissue's thickness. The epithelium functions primarily to:

Block the passage of foreign material, such as dust, water, and bacteria, into the eye and other layers of the cornea.

Provide a smooth surface that absorbs oxygen and cell nutrients from tears. The epithelium is filled with thousands of tiny nerve endings that make the cornea extremely sensitive to pain when rubbed or scratched.

Bowman's Layer
Lying directly below the epithelium is a transparent sheet of tissue known as Bowman's layer. It is composed of strong layered protein fibers called collagen. Once injured, Bowman's layer can form a scar as it heals. If these scars are large and centrally located, vision loss can occur.

Stroma
Beneath Bowman's layer is the stroma, which comprises about 90 percent of the cornea's thickness. It consists primarily of water (78 percent) and collagen (16 percent), and does not contain any blood vessels. Collagen gives the cornea its strength, elasticity, and form. The collagen's unique shape, arrange

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  Pteryguim Surgery with autograft
  Endo-DCR Surgery
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Blepharoplasty
  Ectropion / Entropion
  Ptosis Surgery

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  Spectralis Imaging System
  Automated Perimetry
  Potential Acuity Retinometry
  3-D Ultrasonography
  Digital Fundus Angiography
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What is Computer Vision Syndrome?
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)
is a term that describes vision-related problems and other symptoms caused by prolonged computer use. As our dependence on computers continues to grow, an increasing number of people are seeking medical attention for eye strain and irritation, along with back, neck and shoulder soreness.

Who is affected by CVS?
Anyone who spends more than two hours a day in front of the computer screen is likely to experience some degree of CVS. Young children playing computer games over long hours and people over 40 years working on computers are more susceptible than others. Those with refractive errors, binocular vision problems, focusing disorders, dry eye disease, etc, are likely to suffer from worse symptoms of CVS as compared to others.

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YAG Laser Capsulotomy
  YAG Laser Iridiotomy
  Retinal Laser Photocoagulation
  Indirect Laser Ophthalmoscopy
  Retinal Endo-Laser
  LASIK Refractive Surgery

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Neuro Ophthalmology(Dedicated unique services)
  Uvea Clinic
  Community Ophthalmology
  Diabetic Eye Disorders Clinic
  Anti-VEGF Treatment
  Paediatric Ophthalmology

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  • Complete Glaucoma Screening
  • Blue-Yellow Perimetry
  • OCT (RNFL/Optic Disc)
  • Dynamic Contour Tonometry
  • Pachymetry
  • Trabeculectomy
  • YAG Laser Iridotomy
What is Glaucoma?
Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve - the part of the eye that carries the images we see to the brain. The optic nerve is made up of many nerve fibers, like an electric cable containing numerous wires. When damage to the optic nerve fibers occurs, blind spots develop. These blind spots usually go undetected until the optic nerve is significantly damaged. If the entire nerve is destroyed, blindness results.

Early detection and treatment by your ophthalmologist are the keys to preventing optic nerve damage and blindness from glaucoma.
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the world, specially for older people. But loss of sight from glaucoma can often be prevented with early treatment.

Causes of Glaucoma
Clear liquid called aqueous humor circulates inside the front portion of the eye. To maintain a healthy level of pressure within the eye, a small amount of this fluid produced constantly while an equal amount flows out of the eye through a microscopic drainage system. (This liquid is not part of the tears on the outer surface of the eye.)

Because the eyeball is a closed structure, if the drainage area for the aqueous humor-called the drainage angle-is blocked, the excess fluid cannot flow out of the eye. Fluid pressure within the eye increases, pushing against the optic nerve and causing damage.

What are the different types of glaucoma?
Chronic open-angle glaucoma: This is the most common form of glaucoma.

The risk of developing chronic open-angle glaucoma increases with age. The drainage angle of the eye becomes less efficient over time, and pressure within the eye gradually increases, which can damage the optic nerve. In some patients, the optic nerve becomes sensitive even to normal eye pressure and is at risk for damage. Treatment is necessary to prevent further vision loss.

Typically, open-angle glaucoma has no symptoms in its early stages, and vision remains normal. As the optic nerve becomes more damaged, blank spots begin to appear in your field of vision. You typically won’t notice these blank spots in your day-to-day activities until the optic nerve is significantly damaged (nearly 80%) and these spots become large. If all the optic nerve fibers die. Blindness results.

Closed-angle glaucoma: This form of glaucoma is perhaps more common in our country than in other parts of the world.

Some eyes are formed with the iris (the coloured part of the eye) too close to the drainage angle. In these eyes which are often small and farsighted, the iris tissue encroaches into the drainage angle and blocks it so that the fluid cannot exit the eye. The intraocular pressure rises rapidly and causes an acute closed angle attack.
Common symptoms include:
  • Blurred vision    
  • Severe eye pain
  • Headache
  • Rainbow-colored halos around lights
  • Nausea and vomiting

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  • What is CVS
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What is Computer Vision Syndrome?
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is a term that describes vision-related problems and other symptoms caused by prolonged computer use. As our dependence on computers continues to grow, an increasing number of people are seeking medical attention for eye strain and irritation, along with back, neck and shoulder soreness.

Who is affected by CVS?
Anyone who spends more than two hours a day in front of the computer screen is likely to experience some degree of CVS. Young children playing computer games over long hours and people over 40 years working on computers are more susceptible than others. Those with refractive errors, binocular vision problems, focusing disorders, dry eye disease, etc, are likely to suffer from worse symptoms of CVS as compared to others.

What are the symptoms of CVS?
Symptoms of CVS may vary from person to person depending on various factors such as age, hours of computer usage, etc.

Common symptoms include:
  • Difficulty in reading/writing, even with reading glasses, if any    
  • Blurred vision
  • Double vision
  • Discomfort to light
  • Eye fatigue/eye ache
  • Redness, watering of eyes
  • Itching, burning of eyes
  • Headache
  • Neck/shoulder pain

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Squint/Amblyopia

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  • Orthoptics            
  • Amblyopia Management            
  • Squint Correction Surgery

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Vitreous & Retina

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  • Retinal Detachment Surgery            
  • Vitrectomy (High-speed magnetic cutter)            
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  • Contact Lenses            
  • Pachymetry            
  • Specular Microscopy            
  • LASIK Refractive Surgery            
  • Collagen Cross-linking with Riboflavin for Keratoconu            
  • Punctal Plugging

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Oculoplasty

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  • Blepharoplasty            
  • Ectropion/Entropion            
  • Ptosis Surgery            
  • Pteryguim Surgery with autograft            
  • Endo-DCR Surgery            
  • Artificial Eye

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  • Phacoemulsification
  • Unique Cool Flash technology
  • Advanced Phaco for Hard Cataracts
  • Multifocal/Toric IOLs
  • Biometry (Contact/Immersion)
  • Scleral-fixated IOL Surgery
What is a Cataract?
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s naturally clear lens. The lens focuses light rays on the retina-the layer of light-sensing cells lining the back of the eye-to produce a sharp image of what we see. When the lens becomes cloudy, light rays cannot pass through it easily and vision is blurred.

What are the symptoms of cataract?
The amount and pattern of cloudiness within the lens can vary. It the cloudiness is not near the center of the lens. You may not be aware that a cataract is present.

Common symptoms of cataract include:
A normal, healthy balanced diet is normally sufficient to keep eyes healthy and there is no need for additional supplementary nutrition. Plenty of fruits, green vegetables and liquor tea are known to contain high amount of antioxidants that are beneficial for good eye health.
  • A painless blurring of vision
  • Glare or light sensitivity
  • Poor night vision
  • Double vision in one eye
  • Needing brighter light to read
  • Fading or yellowing of colours
What causes cataracts?
Senile cataract development is a normal process of aging. Certain other types of cataract may develop from:
Medical problems, such as diabetes
  • Eye injuries/diseases
  • Long term use of certain medications, especially steroids
  • Long term, unprotected exposure to sunlight
  • Chronic tobacco smoking
  • Previous eye surgery
  • Genetic predisposition

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General Ophthalmology

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  • Spectralis Imaging System            
  • Automated Perimetry            
  • Potential Acuity Retinometry            
  • 3-D Ultrasonography            
  • Digital Fundus Angiography            
  • Low Vision Aids

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Ophthalmic Lasers

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  • YAG Laser Capsulotomy
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Sunetra, a state-of-the-art comprehensive eye care centre at Survey Park, E M Bypass, is truly the pride of Kolkata and West Bengal.

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