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Vision Next - Service Provider of lasik & bladeless lasik, cataract treatment & keratoconus in Pune, Maharashtra.
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Keratoconus

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Lasik & Bladeless Lasik
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Lasik & Bladeless Lasik

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LASIK surgery is the most common vision correction procedure all over the world. At Vision Next, we believe in helping people to get rid of their glasses and educating the people about LASIK surgery.
LASIK surgery basically involves two steps. Creating a precise thickness flap on the cornea ( glass like covering of eye)  and then using excimer laser to alter its shape to give a clear vision without glasses. In bladeless LASIK, instead of blade, another laser called as Femtosecond Laser is used to create flap. Vision Next  has state of the art Femtosecond laser machine - Wavelight FS-200 ; World fastest Laser Platform, thereby increasing safety, efficacy and predictability of the LASIK surgery.
Wavefront optimized bladeless LASIK is most preferred way of vision correction worldwide and Vision Next was first to provide state-of-the-art LASIK services in pune and continues to do so since 2004. With its excellent safety profile, patient comfort and superior visual outcomes, Blade free LASIK is among the fastest-growing refractive surgical techniques in the country today. The procedure is a simple, painless and comfortable solution that allows the patient to adapt to a life free from glasses. The wavefront optimized platform gives best image quality with a clearer vision. The entire vision correction procedure takes less than 15 minutes in time and patients are able to resume to the day to day activities right from next day.

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Cataract Treatment
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Cataract Treatment

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Cataract is the leading cause of decreased vision and blindness in our country. It can be cured by a simple cataract extraction microsurgery, which, these days is performed using advanced technology in a short time.
We have the latest  phaco-emulsification machine used for the Micro-Coaxial Cataract Surgery (MICS), or removal of the cataract through a 2mm (or less) incision with the implantation of foldable intraocular lenses (IOLs). Patients are offered  the latest in IOL technology personalised to patient’s eye and needs. These include Aspheric Monofocal or Multifocal lenses. Also  toric IOL s in patients with associated corneal astigmatism. To minimize calculation errors in the implanted IOLs, we now routinely do corneal topography, Immersion ultrasound Biometry and Aberrometric Evaluation in all patients undergoing cataract evaluation.
What is cataract.
Cataract is a clouding of the eye's lens. When we look at something, light rays travel into our eye through the pupil and are focused through the lens onto the retina, a layer of light-sensitive cells at the back of the eye. The lens must be clear in order to focus light properly onto the retina. If the lens has become cloudy, this is called a cataract.
What are the causes of cataract.
Ageing is the most common cause of cataract. with increasing age, especially people over 60yrs of age , the normal  clear crystalline lenses slowly loses  its capacity to remain clear. Other causes include diabetes, injury, usage of certain medications, and secondary to other eye diseases such as uveitis and glaucoma. Cataracts can occur early in diabetes, myopia (short sight) and as a hereditary predisposition.
What symptoms will I have if I am developing cataract.
  • Most age-related cataracts develop gradually. As a result, you may not notice signs or changes in your vision right away when cataracts first develop. Gradually, as cataracts progress, you may have symptoms such as:
  • Painless cloudy, blurry or dim vision
  • More difficulty seeing at night or in low light
  • Sensitivity to light and glare
  • Seeing halos around lights
  • Faded or yellowed colors
  • The need for brighter light for reading and other activities
  • Frequent changes in eyeglass or contact lens prescription
  • Double vision within one eye
When to go for Cataract removal.
Cataract should be removed as soon as it begins to affect daily activities. With any of the above mentioned symptoms setting in, it is the right time to go for Cataract removal. It is a myth  that one has to  wait till  cataract matures as matured cataract. Cataract surgery can be undertaken successfully in any season. Summer or rainy season have absolutely no effect on the outcome of the cataract surgery.
What is the intraocular lens suitable for my eyes.
At Vision Next, we believe that your eyes are unique and require customised lens selection. There are wide range and types of intraocular lenses available in market. Typically monofocal lenses correct vision for distance and multifocal lenses correct vision for distance, intermediate and near vision. If your eyes have co-existing cylindrical number i.e.  astigmatism, toric intraocular lenses are available for correcting that.

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Keratoconus
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New treatment options offers a new hope in patients of progressive Keratoconus
Keratoconus is a bilateral ocular disorder in which the cornea assumes a conical shape due to thinning of the stromal collagen tissue. It is a relatively frequent disease with an incidence of 1 in 2000 in the general population. It classically has its onset at puberty and is progressive until the third or fourth decade of life when it usually arrests.
Keratoconus can be detected clinically by slit lamp examination by an Ophthalmologist and the diagnosis can be confirmed by corneal topography.
Treatment options
Currently, the mainstay of treatment for Keratoconus includes glasses and / or specially designed rigid gas permeable contact lenses which offer good quality of vision.
In advance cases, visual improvement in keratoconus can be achieved surgically by placement of intracorneal rings, topography guided ablation treatments and corneal grafting.
Collagen Cross Linking is a new modality of treatment that aims to arrest progression of keratoconus.
What is Collagen crosslinking.
The corneal collagen is crosslinked with the help of ultraviolet rays ( UVA ) and a photosensitiser, Riboflavin , thus enhancing the rigidity of corneal tissue and stabilizing the condition.
Who is a suitable candidate for Collagen crosslinking.
Patient must be a proven case of keratoconus with documented progression of the disease.
Patient's corneal thickness must be at least 400 microns.
Patient should not be pregnant or nursing.
How is Collagen crosslinking performed.
The treatment is performed under topical anaesthesia with the patient in a lying down posture in the sterile environment of the operating room. The patient's corneal epithelium is gently removed, following which Riboflavin solution is applied every 5 minutes for the first half an hour. Thereafter the patient's cornea is exposed to UVA light for half an hour. The treatment is painless and lasts for an hour, at the end of which the eye is patched
What is accelerated crosslinking.
Accelerated Crosslinking involves use of latest equipment in crosslinking which delivers same energy in shorter period of time making the total procedure to be over in less than half an hour .This treatment offers less patient discomfort and early recovery.

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Glaucoma Surgery

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Glaucoma is a disease that gets worse with time if proper care is not taken. It is a condition that causes damage to your eye’s optic nerve. Glaucoma is often the result of pressure that builds inside the eye. Most of the times a hereditary disease, it may not show up until later in life.
The increased in pressure called as the intraocular pressure causes damage to the optic nerve, simply put optic nerve transmits images to the brain. if the damage to the eyes due to high pressure continues, Glaucoma can cause permanent damage to the eyes and hence immediate and proper care need to be taken.
Glaucoma develops through the years and not many people experience any symptoms of glaucoma. The first and foremost sign of Glaucoma is loss of peripheral or side vision, which can go unnoticed till a very later stage. Glaucoma is one of the most serious reasons you should have a complete eye examination from a specialist once a year which greatly helps in detecting the signs of glaucoma.  Some of the common symptoms of glaucoma are seeing halos around lights, vision loss, redness in the eye, eye that looks hazy (particularly in infants), nausea or vomiting, pain in the eye, narrowing of vision (tunnel vision). Glaucoma can be treated with prescribed eye drops, laser surgery or microsurgery.
Eye drops for glaucoma are available in two forms ones that reduce the formation of fluid in the front of the eye and the ones that reduce the outflow. Though a treatment the eye drops for Glaucoma can have side effects like allergy, redness of the eyes, brief stinging, blurred vision, and irritated eyes. Laser surgery increases the outflow of fluid from the eye in open-angle glaucoma or eliminates fluid blockage in angle-closure glaucoma. Laser surgery may be a trabeculoplasty where laser is used to pull open the trabecular meshwork drainage area; or a iridotomy where a tiny hole is made in the iris that allows the fluid to flow more easily or a cyclophotocoagulation in which a laser is used to treat the middle layer of the eye, reducing the production of fluid.
Microsrgery for glaucoma is called a trabeculectomy where a new channel is created to drain the fluid thus reducing intraocular pressure that causes glaucoma. For some patients a glaucoma implant is the best option. The only way to prevent or control glaucoma is if it is diagnosed and treated early.

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Contact Lens Clinic

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Contact lenses are thin, curved plastic disks designed to cover the cornea, the clear front covering of the eye. Contacts cling to the film of tears over the cornea because of surface tension. Contacts lenses when used with care and proper supervision provide an effective way to correct vision .They form a very good alternative to eye glasses.
Today’s arena contact lenses play a vital role as therapeutic and diagnostic devices. It is made of polymers which have human eye friendly properties. Contact lenses may be categorized by their compositional material, wearing schedule, disposal schedule, permeability, water content, and type of correction. With many new lens types available, there are alternatives to help most patients achieve comfortable lens wear with clear vision. New types of contact lenses are continually being introduced with the intent to decrease risks of infection, inflammation, and conjunctival trauma while maximizing vision correction and convenience of use.
Uses –
  • Myopia (nearsightedness)
  • Hyperopia (farsightedness)
  • Astigmatism (distorted vision)
  • Presbyopia (need for bifocals)
Special tinted contacts (Color Cosmetic)can be used to change the color of the eyes to various degrees. Contact lenses are sometimes used therapeutically ( Bandage Contact Lenses). Eye diseases where an uneven cornea blurs vision, such as Keratoconus or Post Lasik ecatisa hybrid Lenses such as Rose-K or sclera-fit are good option to get better vision.
Types of Contact Lenses -
Many types of contact lenses are available. The usage of a particular type of contact lens is prescribed by the eye doctor. The following are the different types available:
PMMA lenses: Rigid or "hard" contacts were the first lenses; they were developed in the 1960's. They are made of a type of plastic called PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate), which is very durable, but does not allow oxygen in the air to directly reach the cornea. When the eye blinks, the lens moves, which allows the oxygen dissolved in the tears to reach the cornea. Rigid lenses are the least comfortable type of contacts and are not really used anymore. However, some people still prefer them for their durability and lower cost.
Gas-permeable lenses: These lenses are also known as "RGPs." They are newer rigid or "hard" lenses made of plastics combined with other materials, such as silicone and fluoropolymers, which allow oxygen in the air to pass directly through the lens. For this reason, they are called "gas permeable".
Soft contact lenses: These lenses are made of plastic materials that incorporate water. The water makes them soft and flexible, as well as allowing oxygen to reach the cornea. Extended wear contact lenses: made of material designed to last 2-4 weeks. Most of the people prefer soft contact lenses due to the flexibility.
Daily disposable lenses: although generally more expensive, carry a lower infection risk.
Toric contact lenses: correct moderate astigmatism. They are available in both rigid and soft materials

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