Ophthalmology

Paras Institute of Ophthalmology is a specialized centre designed and formulated with the latest technology to ensure that medical expertise of international standards is delivered to you. The Institute is dedicated to the study of the eye’s structure, function and to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting them. At Paras Institute of Ophthalmology we adhere to the highest standards in medical and service excellence, patient care, scientific knowledge and medical education.

The Institute has ophthalmologists of national and international repute that specialize in femato cataract surgery, phacoemulsification, retina & vitreous disease, refractive surgery, Lasik eye surgery, cataract surgery, cornea services, oculoplasty and  glaucoma.

Paras Institute of Ophthalmology has cutting edge technology and the latest infrastructure to provide treatment for cataract through specialized lens surgery, Blade free Lasik surgery, retina services and pediatric ophthalmology.

The Institute also has specialized retina clinics and cornea clinics that highlight the well developed medical programs. The Institute also provides interdepartmental support in the treatment of headaches, trauma cases and other neurological disorders.

Paras Institute of Ophthalmology in association with Chaudhary Ved Ram Nagar Trust performs a number of outreach activities to provide free/concessional cataract surgeries. The eye camps are conducted in all major rural areas of Haryana. More than 10000 people have been screened and on approximately 2000 patients cataract surgeries have been performed.

  • Paras Institute of Ophthalmology has a specialized Retina Clinic. Under the Retina Clinic experts have the expertise to provide specialized diagnostic and surgical procedures for the treatment of retinal diseases and eye tumors. The Retina Clinic also has special emphasis on Diabetes and its effects.  The ophthalmologists have the expertise to treat all kinds of vitreoretinal disorders.
  • Paras Institute of Ophthalmology has a specialized Cornea Clinic. Under the Cornea Clinic the ophthalmologists perform a number of procedures- Customized Lasik procedures, advanced surface ablations, Intraocular Lens implantation, Conductive Keratoplasty, Cataract Surgery, Dry eye management and corneal infection management.
  • Paras Institute of Ophthalmology in association with Chaudhary Ved Ram Nagar Trust performs a number of outreach activities to provide free/concessional cataract surgeries. The eye camps are conducted in all major rural areas of Haryana. More than 10000 people have been screened and on approximately 2000 patients cataract surgeries have been performed.

Paras Institute of Ophthalmology offers a range of eye care services. Equipped with the state of the art technology and doctors of national and international repute the Institute has the mission to deliver medical expertise of excellence.

  1. Eye Check Up: It is a detailed examination of the eyes which includes the assessment of the vision, diseases, infections, risk factors, counseling, refraction check, intra ocular pressure management and retinal evaluation.
  1. Refraction Errors & Corrections: Detailed eye examinations are done to check the slight alterations in vision. Uncorrected and undiagnosed refractive errors in vision cab lead to permanent eye damage in children and can also cause lazy vision and squinting of eyes. The ophthalmologists check your eye vision for 3 types of errors:
  • Hyper myopia or long sightedness
  • Myopia or shortsightedness
  • Astigmatism or cylindrical vision.
  1. Eye disease & management: Ophthalmologists perform the same by a detailed examination of the retina by performing ophthalmoscopy. Medical management and surgical treatments are offered for the following retinal defects, infections or diseases:
  • Retinal Detachment – Cryotherapy, Lazer treatment
  • Retinal Holes or tears
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Occlusion of retinal blood vessels
  • Bleeding inside the eye
  • Age related muscular degeneration
  1. Cataract Diagnosis and Surgeries: Due to age and other aspects the eye lens can become defective and the vision can become hazy. Paras Institute of Ophthalmology has diagnostic as well as surgical expertise in performing all types of cataract surgeries:

Diagnostic procedures

  • Standard Eye Exam.
  • Slit-lamp examination.
  • Fundoscopy.
  • Ultrasound B scan.

The following types of cataract surgeries are offered at Paras Institute of Ophthalmology

  • Cataract Extraction + Scleral Fixation.
  • Cataract Surgery with Foldable IOL.
  • Cataract Surgery with IOL- The IOL can be unifocal, multifocal or toric.
  • Secondary lens implant.
  • Capsular tension rings.
  • Combined cataract and glaucoma surgery.
  1. Computer vision syndrome: Paras Institute of Ophthalmology has specialized expertise in treatment of eyes that are exposed to continuous computer screen exposure. The Instituet provides treatment for:
  • Eyestrain.
  • Headaches .
  • Blurred Vision
  • Dry eyes .
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  1. Corneal and eye services:
  • Corneal Dystrophies.
  • Corneal Degenerations.
  • Keratitis, infections and auto-immune disease.
  • Bullous keratopathy.
  • Corneal opacifications.
  • Keratoconus.
  • Scleritis.
  • Epithelial growth.
  • Pemphigoid.
  • Ocular allergy.
  • Conjunctival and anterior segment tumours.
  • Chronic endophthalmitis.
  • Intraocular lens complications.
  1. Glaucoma management: Paras Institute of Ophthalmology has experts that can manage and treat Glaucoma. The Institute has a well detailed program for diagnosis and treatment.
  1. Pediatric Ophthalmology: Paras Institute of Ophthalmology provides a variety of diagnostic, medical and surgical services for all eye diseases in infants and children, as well as eye muscle disorders in children. The Institute provides the following medical, therapeutic and surgical management services:
  • Strabismus – all eye muscle and eye misalignment disorders in children and adults.
  • Amblyopia or “lazy eye”.
  • Cataracts in infants and children.
  • Squint eye correction
  • Glaucoma in infants and children.
  • Nasolacrimal duct disorders.
  • Ptosis or droopy eyelids.
  • Retinoblastoma and other eye tumors in childhood.
  • Hemangiomas and other vascular tumors.
  • Dermoid and other peri-ocular tumors.
  • Ocular and eyelid trauma.
  • Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP).
  • Congenital of developmental abnormalities.
  • Botox injections for blepharospasm and eye muscle disorders.
  • Reading and learning disorders.
  1. Vitreoretinal disease management and treatment :
  • Macular degeneration.
  • Diabetic retinopathy.
  • Proliferative retinopathies.
  • Endophthalmitis, acute and chronic.
  • Iridocyclitis
  • Retinal vasculitis.
  • Dislocated Lens (natural or pseudophakic).
  • Hereditary retinal disorders.
  • Uveitis.
  • Acute retinal necrosis.
  • Intraocular tumors.
  • Ocular trauma.
  • Toxoplasmosis.
  • Ocular manifestations of AIDS.
  • Masquerade syndromes.

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