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’ Read More
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 Read More
Men and Women really see things differently Men and women really don’t see eye to eye, according to a new study. Females are better at discriminating among colors, researchers say, while males excel at tracking fast-moving objects and discerning detail from a distance—evolutionary adaptations possibly linked to our hunter-gatherer past. A research was conducted at Read More
Is Lasik the right treatment for Keratoconus? We see through the cornea which is clear, central part of the front surface of our eyes. The cornea is dome shaped but is not strong enough to hold on to the shape and it bulges out like a cone. This condition is called keratoconus. What causes Keratoconus? Read More
After completing MBBS from Grant Medical College, Sir JJ Group of Hospitals in 2007, she went on to pursue MS Ophthalmology from the prestigious Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical Sciences.
Worked as Regi…
Modern cataract treatments with greater benefits
What is a cataract?
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 l…
Implantable Lenses: A surgical alternative to LASIK
Phakic IOL (ICL & Verisyse)
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…
BLADE FREE INTRALASE ‘FEMTOSECOND’ LASIK
As the name suggests, the blade-free, or bladeless IntraLase method does not use a blade [microkeratome] in the LASIK eye surgery procedure. Instead, it uses 2 distinct lasers to make the eye surgery more comf…
Your employees are your asset.
Their good health is important to your success.
Ensuring good vision and eye care is one of the ways of improving your employees’, and thus your company’s performance.
Amar Bipin Shah (20 years old) came to us for routine check ups as he had very high glass numbers. He had tried contact lenses to improve his vision, but could not tolerate it. First thing in the morning he had to look for…
How Diabetes and Hypertension affect the Eye
Compared to non-diabetics, diabetic individuals are twice as likely to develop glaucoma and cataracts at a younger age. But the primary and most serious vision problem caused by diabetes is diabe…
The most common cause of irreversible vision loss among the aged
Ojas Lasik India features in Band Baajaa Bride on 9th Jan’ 2015.
Is Lasik the right treatment for Keratoconus?
We see through the cornea which is clear, central part of the front surface of our eyes. The cornea is dome shaped but is not strong enough to hold on to the shape and it bulges out like a cone. This con…
Correct blurriness in the eye with LRI
In patients with more than the minimum level of corneal astigmatism, the post operative vision of the astigmatic eye may not be clear.
DSAEK (Descemet’s Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty) (pronounced de-sak) is a cornea transplantation surgical procedure that offers the benefits of rapid visual recovery, a smaller incisio…
Its not about how much you see it. It’s about how well you see it
At Ojas we are determined to deliver excellent eye care services with utmost dedication and commitment for the overall well being of our patient. We aspire for complete patient satisf…
A visual guide to Cornea Transplantation
What is the significance of the cornea ?
The cornea is the transparent front surface of the eye. It is an important optical structure through which rays of light enter the eye. Any damage or injury to this de…