Surgical Eye Procedures

The eye is a primary sensory organ, and vision problems need ultimate expert care. Eye care has always been an emerging speciality, and in the last decade, it witnessed a multitude of transformations in the form of minimally invasive procedures. 

Surgical Eye Procedures
  • Cataract surgery
  • Glaucoma surgery
  • Refractive surgeries to correct vision problems
  • Reconstructive surgeries to correct congenital abnormalities like crossed eyes and injuries
  • Surgery to clear tear duct infections and blockages
  • Repairing detached retinas
  • Removal of tumours, cysts, and other foreign objects from the eye
  • Corneal transplants

Any eye condition needs immediate medical attention. If you are suffering from red, bulgy eyes, seeing flashes of lights, redness of the eye, swelling in the eyelids, witnessing strings or black specks while reading or staring at something, see an Ophthalmologist immediately.

Modern medical advancements made eye surgeries less complex in the last decade. Many procedures are now being performed with laser technique or as minimally invasive.

Yes. It is infectious. If you got a pink eye, stay isolated, maintain personal hygiene, and do not share your items with anyone. Consult your doctor for medication. It should go away within a week.

Occasional twitching of the eyelid is common, and in medical terminology, it is called Ocular Myokymia. Though a little irritating, it settles down on its own and is completely harmless. Others won’t be able to witness your eye twitching but if it persists for more than 3 to 4 days, talk to your doctor.

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