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How much does Smile Laser Eye Surgery Cost in India?

There is now good news for people who wish to correct their vision when suffering from near- sightedness.  Apart from LASIK, we now also have a new laser procedure called SMILE that has been approved by FDA in the United States in September 2016.

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Cataract Eye Surgery

Did you know that in early 1990, approximately 80 per cent of blind people in India which is close to 10 million individuals have been diagnosed with cataract?

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Eye Surgery cost compare: Dubai VS India

With advancement in medical technology; eye surgeries have immense popularity among people all across the globe. Specialist who perform eye surgeries are known as ophthalmologist and the surgery is referred to ocular surgery. The need to go for any form of eye surgery depends on severity of the situation, the cost, condition of the patient and many other conditions.

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Why are my contact lenses giving me headache?

Headaches can ruin ones day and can strike at anytime. It can cause a lot of pain and also lead to further complications. Headaches can be caused due to several reasons like stress, no proper nutrition, not having enough water and also maybe due to overuse of contacts.

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Lasik Eye Surgery cost In Bangalore – Treatment and benefits

Laser in-situ keratomileusis’ popularly known as LASIK is a refractive eye surgery for people diagnosed with vision problems such as myopia (near-sightedness), hyperopia (far-sightedness), astigmatism or presbyopia. This surgery reduces an individual’s dependencies on prescribed eye glasses/contact lens.

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Squint Eye Treatment and Cost in Bangalore

Squint eyes, or Strabismus, is a situation where the eyes are not properly aligned due to poor muscles of the eye. The intensity of the consequences depends on the age group and is more risky if occurs during childhood. However, it can be treated and is not a permanent problem.

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Looking for an alternative to contact lenses?

Many people who need glasses for vision correction are increasingly opting for contact lenses. There are many benefits of contact lenses, they’re convenient, easy to use and prevent you from having to carry a pair of spectacles. However, contact lenses have their own share of troubles. Contact lenses often cause discomfort, they might fall out of you eyes and often even cause mild to extreme irritation

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Delaying the cataract surgery- Is there any risk in postponing cataract?

In recent days, cataract has become most common eye disease which can be seen in the majority of the people over the age 40 years. There is nothing to be afraid of this blurred vision problem, but at the same time it is not an issue which can be ignored as it simply cannot be treated by wearing eye wears or with any eye drops. The cataract which is clouding the clear lens of the eye has to be removed by the cataract surgery. The surgery can be done in few minutes and it is considered as the safest surgery.

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Lasik for Sportsman- Is it worth it

While glasses and contacts are incredibly inconvenient for almost everyone, they can be especially inconvenient if your profession involves sports. If you wear glasses or lenses, you might as well bid your sporting career adieu. This is why people who play sports are often looking for alternatives that might help them overcome this disability and live their potential. For those people, LASIK is one option that they can always opt for whenever wearing glasses or lenses starts to hinder their lifestyles.

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Are You Suffering from Computer Vision Syndrome?

In today’s modern work environment, an average person is spending close to 8-9 hours looking at a computer screen. This doesn’t even account for all those hours spent looking at your mobile phone or a TV screen. This seemingly harmless screen usage can unfortunately lead to a host of problems,

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Cataracts Causes, Symptoms and Signs

Cataract is the clouding of the normally clear IOL Intraocular Lens of the eye. Imagine looking out of a misty window and seeing what is on the other side. Now you sort of understand what cataract feels like. This is a very severe disorder considering it impedes a person’s ability to do menial, everyday tasks like writing, reading, driving, etc.

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How long does Cataract and Lens replacement surgery take?

Laser eye surgery is now considered a common procedure with about 100,000 people undergoing some variation of the treatment in India each year. LASIK eye surgery is a treatment option for people who want to gain clearer vision and also want to get rid of glasses and lens permanently.

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How much does Laser Eye Surgery Cost in India?

A Cataract surgery is the most painless form of procedure there is. With advances in modern medical science, cataract has become a quick and uncomplicated procedure. As long as your health is good and you do not have any major eye problems, your recovery from the cataract surgery should be quick and painless. If statistics are to be believed, your chances of a great outcome and brighter vision post the surgery are tremendous. This life-and vision-changing surgery can permanently eliminate your need for contacts or glasses.

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Is there a Laser Surgery Age Limit?

Eyes are an integral part of human anatomy. They are our windows to the world. However they too have their age of going under the knife; or in today’s times, Laser.

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Will I need glasses after Cataract surgery?

Cataract is treated by replacing the natural lens of the patient with an artificial intraocular lens, also called IOL. The standard IOLs provided for cataract surgery”Link to cataract surgery page” are Monofocal IOLs, Multifocal IOLs, Accomodating IOLs and Toric IOLs. They are designed for the benefit of the patient and given the choice of IOLs it would be decided whether they would need glasses in future or not.

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Essential Ways Glaucoma Treatment Can Help You Get Better Vision

Glaucoma is an eye condition that damages the optic nerve. Build up of high pressure in the eye causes this. Optic never transmits image signals from the retina to the brain and is crucial for our vision. Consistent pressure on the optic nerve can even cause permanent blindness. It is a inherent disease and diabetes increases the risk of glaucoma.

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