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Dr. Atheeshwardas Das - Ophthalmologist, Chennai

Dr. Atheeshwardas Das

Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), DNB Ophtalmology, DO, MBB...

Ophthalmologist, Chennai

16 Years Experience  ·  300 - 500 at clinic
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Dr. Atheeshwardas Das Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), DNB O... Ophthalmologist, Chennai
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Comprehensive Eye Care with state of the art technology in eye care...more
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Dr. Atheeshwardas Das is an experienced Ophthalmologist in Girishwari Hospital, Chennai. He has had many happy patients in his 16 years of journey as a Ophthalmologist. He is a qualified Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), DNB Ophtalmology, DO, MBBS, FMRF . He is currently practising at Medicare Eye Clinic & Laser Vision Centre in Girishwari Hospital, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Atheeshwardas Das on Lybrate.com.

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Education
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) - Royal College of Surgeons - 2009
DNB Ophtalmology - Aravind Eye Care System - 2006
DO - Aravind Eye Care System - 2004
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MBBS - Rajah Muthiah Medical College - 2002
FMRF - Sankara Nethralaya - 2009
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English
Professional Memberships
All India Ophthalmological Society
Delhi Ophthalmological Society
Tamil Nadu Ophthalmological Association
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Asia Pacific Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
Madras City Ophthalmological Association
Round Table India

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New No. 37, Old No. 19, TTK RoadChennai Get Directions
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05/639, Old Mahabalipuram RoadChennai Get Directions
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What is difference in intermittent exotropia with "good control" and exophoria? Are they same? On cover test intermittent exotropia with good controlled person show same type of deviation like in exophoria. Then what is difference between "exophoria" and "intermittent exotropia with good control"

MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Nadiad
What is difference in intermittent exotropia with "good control" and exophoria? Are they same? On cover test intermit...
Intermittent exotropia is menifest deviation ,always present when one eye covered.in phoria deviation present only some time when tired.
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I had once tried contact lenses. But couldn't wear it for more than 2 hours. It started itching. Doctors said it was a problem of DRY EYES. What to do? Can I go for LASIK? Power-"minus 5"

FICO, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Gandhinagar
I had once tried contact lenses. But couldn't wear it for more than 2 hours. It started itching. Doctors said it was ...
Hello lybrate-user. Contact lens use should be avoided (if possible) in people with dry eyes. There are a few lubricant eye drops (eg. Genteal eye drops) that may be used along with contact lens. But, as you have an issue of dry eyes, better to stick to glasses. Regarding lasik, you first need to understand it in detail. Operations done to remove the refractive error (power) of the eyes are known as refractive surgery (lasik). There are certain basic criteria that most patients need to fulfill before they can safely undergo refractive surgery (lasik). To enumerate, they are: (1) stability of refraction: the power of the eyes should have become stable for a period of 1.5 years minimum without any change. (2) curvature of the cornea should be tested by a technique which is known as topography. (3) thickness of the cornea should be measured by a test known as pachymetry. The minimum thickness required is 550 microns. (4) dilated retina evaluation: this is one of the most important tests that should be performed by a trained retina specialist. This test helps in detection of any offensive lesion on the central or peripheral retina. In case of any retinal abnormality, these should be treated before undergoing the surgery for number reduction. (5) there should be no pre-existent corneal abnormality. (example: corneal scar, opacity, defect, etc.) another important suggestion is that whenever you go for the assessment (the above mentioned tests), you should discontinue the use of contact lenses at least 4 weeks prior to the assessment. The reason for this being that use of contact lens temporarily alters the contour of the cornea. It takes around 3-4 weeks for the restoration of the original corneal contour after removal of the contact lens. Another important point is that you, as a patient, should be compliant to put post operative medication in your eyes for at least 2 months. There is bound to be some discomfort, watering, foreign body sensation, pain after the surgery in most cases-you should be ready to tolerate that. A leave from work for 7-10 days after the surgery should be generally sufficient. Last but not the least, you should set realistic expectations from this surgery. Though extremely rare, there is a remote possibility that the surgery may need to be repeated. Also, the need for subsequent treatment for the eye may be required. Thus, you should be compliant enough to trust and follow your eye specialist. Because of the dry eyes condition, it would be debatable whether you are suited to undergo lasik. In case you have any other queries, feel free to contact me. Hope my suggestions help you, take care, regards. -
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Is retinal detachment is treatable, when it is completely (3/4) affected vision power. I can see someone floating things in my eyes. It is treatable or not.

MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Patna
Is retinal detachment is treatable, when it is completely (3/4) affected vision power. I can see someone floating thi...
Dear Lybrate user retinal detachment is absolutely treatable. If you r diagnosed cases of retinal detachment then urgently you need surgical treatment. Do not wait for complete loss of vision otherwise blindness can happen in affected eye. Seeing floating in front of eye is called floaters. It is also a symptom of retinal detachment. So you must go for treatment. Good luck.
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I have red eyes, Gas in my stomach. Pain in my right side of heart. And how to control my diabetes. Please give me suggestions. I am little confused with my diet.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
I have red eyes, Gas in my stomach. Pain in my right side of heart. And how to control my diabetes. Please give me su...
Hello, you can take homoeopathic medicines 1. Belladonna 200 (4 drops in little water) thrice a day for 7 days 2. Carbo veg 200 (4 drops in little water) thrice a day for 7 days and revert. If overweight, lose weight. Avoid fried and spicy food and food containing caffeine. Make a habit of 8-10 glasses of water intake. For diet management consult privately.
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I have very high eye sight from childhood. Now I am 22. There are any chances to reduce.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I have very high eye sight from childhood. Now I am 22. There are any chances to reduce.
Being a homoeopath,i will advise you to undergo homoeopathic treatment as homoeopathic medicine along with exercises aand a diet plan are very effective combination for improving eyesight.consult me
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How to improve eye sight. Negative (-Tv) or positive (+ tv) which one is risk. For 25 year boys.

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
How to improve eye sight.
Negative (-Tv) or positive (+ tv) which one is risk. For 25 year boys.
Risky. Nothing as such Do eye exercises daily Do yogasanas and pranayam daily Sarvangasan, shirshasan helps a lot Go for morning in greenery daily Take Tab eye vital 1 per day for 3 months Put eyebright eye drops Twice a day regularly Homeopathic medicine.
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I have eye site since 15 years onwards (right eye 3.0 & left 3.25), every year checking my eyes and using spectacles as per doctors suggest. Now I am struggling with headache. When ever I speak louder, immediately I feel headache. Some times this headache will gone after sleeping but some times I have to take tablets. Kindly suggest for this my problem.

Neurologist,
I have eye site since 15 years onwards (right eye 3.0 & left 3.25), every year checking my eyes and using spectacles ...
Namaste, Your eye sight is most likely unrelated to your headaches as they could be migraines (which are the most common type of headaches). Generally, migraine begins as a dull ache and then develops into a constant throbbing and pulsating pain that you may feel at the temples, as well as the front or back of one or both sides of the head. The pain is usually accompanied by a combination of nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and noise. The cause of migraine is believed to be chemical reactions in the brain. Treatment for migraine may include over-the-counter or prescription medications, as well as self-help techniques such as relaxation training, deep breathing, aerobic exercises, and biofeedback.
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I have specs power -0.75.What should be my contact lens power. I am not able to see properly with the same power in contacts. Please help. Shall I choose -1.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
I have specs power -0.75.What should be my contact lens power. I am not able to see properly with the same power in c...
Your eyes have to be tested with contact lens and the correct one selected. It will be done in a contact lens center or specialist. It cannot be told from the eye power.
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I have a little bit red in my eyes and I have irritation in it. I sometime do rub it. It is due to allergies. And suggested a doctor. He have medicines. After finishing the course. The allergies started again. Can you suggest any other things that I can do to cure it?

Fellowship In Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
I have a little bit red in my eyes and I have irritation in it. I sometime do rub it. It is due to allergies. And sug...
Hello. I think you have allergic conjunctivitis. Eye allergies, called allergic conjunctivitis, are a common condition that occurs when the eyes react to something that irritates them (called an allergen). The eyes produce a substance called histamine to fight off the allergen. As a result, the eyelids and conjunctiva (the thin, filmy membrane that covers the inside of your eyelids) become red, swollen and itchy, with tearing and burning. The key to treating eye allergies is to avoid or limit contact with the substance causing the problem. Avoid rubbing eyes instead do cold compresses. Use antiallergic eyedrop along with lubricating eyedrop. This will help you I am very sorry dear to say that there is no drud that can cure allergy. Only way is to stay away from all those things that you are allergic to.
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