Eye Treatments

Blade free Femto Lasik / Custom Bladefree Lasik

The Blade Free Intralase “Femtosecond” LASIK is the latest technology in LASIK eye surgery with faster recovery times, higher precision and lower chance of complications. This is the only LASIK technology recommended for use by NASA and the US Army and Navy for Astronauts and top officials. Ojas Eye Clinic is the ONLY clinic in
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Take ‘Pheraas’ without glasses or contacts.

Take ‘Pheraas’ without glasses or contacts Your wedding day is arguably the biggest day of your life, so you’ll want it to go perfectly right? You have already chosen the venue and read all the wedding tips about flower arrangements, seating charts, and menus. You’ve found the dress and chapals and picked out the bridesmaids’
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Why sport pros need laser corrected vision and how they have gone to top their game after it.

Why sport pros need laser corrected vision and how they have gone to top their game after it. Why should lack of better vision hold you back from your favorite sport?Professional athletes are generally expected to be in excellent physical condition but some sports also require players with perfect eyesight.You can’t wear spectacles under a
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Why actors need Laser Eye Treatment to change their luck

Why actors need Laser Eye Treatment to change their luck    You are a budding actor. You have worked hard at your acting skills. You have waited for hours, in long lines outside the major studios, for an opportunity to demonstrate your talent. You have networked like wow to get a chance to show your
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Lasik Does A Lot More Than Just Improving Your Vision…Find Out How?

Lasik Does A Lot More Than Just Improving Your Vision…Find Out How?    As we know, LASIK (laser assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a type of refractive procedure that can correct myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. But hold on, there are few more unexpected benefits of this procedure , which you will experience when you get LASIK DONE. You will have better
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10 essential tips that will improve your vision significantly

 10 essential tips that will improve your vision significantly Your brain receives 80% of the information through eyes. Hence, it is necessary to take care of them. It is necessary to take care of your spectacles and keep them clean. This list has everything you need to know to do this effectively: Wear them always
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5 Exercises for healthier eyes- Part 1

5 Exercises for healthier eyes- Part 1 Eyes are one of the most important organs of our body. Often, they are the most neglected ones. Just as your other body parts needs exercises to stay in good shape, your eyes can also be in good shape if you follow these simple exercises on a regular
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5 foods to improve your vision- Part 2

5 foods to improve your vision- Part 2   Our body is similar to a machine. A machine needs to be maintained regularly, oiled, so that it functions efficiently, resulting in better productivity. Similarly, human body needs right nutrition to function properly. It is important to maintain the right amount of intake for healthy body.
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5 Foods to keep your eyes healthy- Part 1

5 Foods to keep your eyes healthy- Part 1 Our body is similar to a machine. A machine needs to be maintained regularly, oiled, so that it functions efficiently, resulting in better productivity. Similarly, human body needs right nutrition to function properly. It is important to maintain the right amount of intake of nutrients for
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Advanced Treatment for Diabetic & Hypertensive Retinopathy

Let’s simplify what Retinopathy means: it is a disease that has damaged the retina. (Retina is that part of the eye that senses light.) Depending on the severity of the retinopathy, it can have different effects: can result in partial or complete loss of vision, can develop over time or suddenly, can improve on its own or lead to permanent damage.

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PreLEX treatment to remove bi-focals

PreLEX treatment (Presbyopic Refractive Lens Exchange) is a lens replacement procedure wherein the natural lens is replaced with a multi-focal intra-ocular lens implant. This is done to improve vision for those generally above the age of 40, as it is after this age that one’s eye sight begins to naturally become weak—causing blurred near vision while reading or working at the computer, or blurred far vision when looking at something from a distance.

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Eye care regimen for your child

Good vision and eye care in children is essential for their development of clear vision in adulthood. Recognizing this fact, Ojas has created procedures, eye care regimen and corrective treatments that will ensure your child’s vision remains healthy. We cater to many vision conditions and offer the latest technologies and procedures for correcting, maintaining and preserving the clear vision of your children.

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Everything you need to know about contact lenses

Contact Lenses have come a long way in the past few years. There are a large variety of lenses for correcting vision or merely for cosmetic requirements. You get contact lenses that are for daily disposable use or ones that you can wear for a month. While the choices are innumerable, deciding the right contact lens is a complex task. Given below is a brief introduction of the different kinds of contact lenses and their ideal use.

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Correct blurriness in the eye with LRI

In patients with more than the minimum level of corneal astigmatism, the post operative vision of the non astigmatic eye will be clearer. Moderate amounts of astigmatism can be rectified at the time of cataract surgery by making precision incisions in the corneal limbus (the corneal limbus is the part right next to the white of the eye), with an adjustable depth diamond blade.

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Cornea transplantation procedures: DSAEK and DALK

DSAEK (pronounced de-sak) is a cornea transplantation surgical procedure that offers the benefits of rapid visual recovery, a smaller incision, with lesser chances of astigmatism when compared to the standard corneal transplant procedure known as penetrating keratoplasty (PKP).

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Recent advances in treatment of Glaucoma

Until recently, anti glaucoma surgery was a choice in cases of ‘Angle Closure glaucoma’ with angle synechiar or in medically uncontrolled ‘Open angle Glaucoma’ and the procedure was limited to Trabeculectomy. This was a type of guarded filtering surgery where the damaged drainage angle of the anterior chamber was by passed and fluid from the eye was bled into the subconjunctival space.

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Look younger without any hassles!

Ptosis (pronounced TOE-sis) is the medical term for drooping eyelids. Botox is a toxin, responsible for the condition botulism. Blepharoplasty is the medical term for Eyelid surgery and it is a procedure used to remove fat and excess skin and muscle from the upper and lower eyelids.

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Reduce fluid pressure without any collateral damage

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) is a surgical procedure that helps to drain out fluids in the eye to reduce intra-ocular pressure. If left unattended, this intra-ocular pressure will damage the optic nerve and cause loss of vision.
The procedure involves the application of short pulses of low energy laser light targeted at melanin-containing cells in a network of tiny channels, called the trabecular meshwork.

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Modern cataract treatments with greater benefits

The natural lens of the human eye causes light to be focused and produces clear, sharp images. Cataracts result in the clouding of the natural lens of the eye causing blurred vision.

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Reversible corneal implants in 10 minutes!

INTACS Corneal implants for the treatment of de-centered Keratoconus or pellucid like kerato metry patterns.A ring inserted through a tiny opening made in the surface of the cornea.

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Got eye problems in your twenties? Here’s how you can treat it

C3-R treatment to strengthen the cornea

The prior section in this website explained the cause of corneal weakening in keratoconus. Until recently, there was no method to change the integrity and strength of the cornea itself for keratoconus patients.

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Implantable Lenses: A surgical alternative to LASIK

Surgically implanted lenses, also called phakic IOLs (intra ocular lenses), are a new option for people seeking more permanent correction of common vision errors such as myopia (nearsightedness). These implants, which resemble contact lenses, are placed between the clear front covering of the eye (cornea) and the iris (colored portion of the eye) or just behind the iris.

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