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Got my Lasik laser done by Dr.Aditi Manudhane 3 weeks back. I must say that there are few doctors like her who take so much time and effort to make sure all patient doubts are cleared. I was explained about all possible options, benefits and risks . The surgery was painless and perfect. I can now see 6/6 with both eyes. thank you Dr.Aditi. Highly recommended for all those looking for great eye care services in a friendly environment
she is a great lady with excellent work .so polite and experienced dr...very kind ...she listen properly without any hurry.. she replied me firstly not for money...this quality shows her humanity ..very humble and genuine ..where the world is going for money and rushed for that.. she is a symbol of charity n kindness.. im happy with her appointment ...thank u aditi mam...
Kamal Singh Rana
I had visited Dr.Aditi few weeks back as I had bluured eyesight. Dr explained about the cataract in my right eye and I was advised surgery. Everything went very well and doctor and her team was very supportive. Now I can see clearly, its been 1 week. Thank you doc.
I was wearing contact lens since many years, decided to meet doctor for LASIK consultation. I was happy that doctor explained everything in detail, cleared all doubts.I got operated for LASIK few days back. Now my vision is 6/6. I am very happy, thank you doc.
had pain and redness in my left eye since few days. Dr examined very patiently and explained regarding the problem due to contact lens overwear.Have been prescribed drops, feeling much better.
Great experience at Clio eye care. Dr Aditi Manudhane and the entire team are very professional. Surgical result is perfect. Thanks to the entire team. Keep doing the great job always.
Took my relative to Clio eye care for cataract consult.very nice doctor and polite staff. Surgery went smoothly and my uncle is happy
I was diagnosed with keratoconus. Dr aditi saw me and planned for c3r. It has been 2 weeks after c3r now.I am happy
Dr. Aditi examined thoroughly. Good experience as I was explained about diabetes related eye problems.
Doctor is very polite and helpful done all checks with precision
If you suffer from vision loss and have to wear spectacles in order to see clearly you may be considering lasik surgery. Lasik surgery can be used to treat near sightedness, far sightedness and astigmatism. It involves reshaping the cornea with the help of a laser beam. This is an outpatient procedure where you can get back to work in a day or two.
- Aged 18 or more
- Suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism
- Lead an active lifestyle
- Be in general good health
- Have strong tear production
- Have thick corneas
Before the surgery begins, numbing eye drops are applied to prevent any discomfort during the procedure. The surgery itself involves the creation of a thin flap in the cornea. This is the folded back to reveal the corneal tissue below. If you suffer from nearsightedness, an excimer laser is used to flatten the cornea while if you suffer from nearsightedness, it creates a steeper cornea.
In cases of astigmatism, the cornea is smoothened into a normal shape. Once this has been done, the flap is laid back in place and the cornea is allowed to heal naturally. An uncomplicated lasik surgery for one eye usually takes less than five minutes. You may feel some pressure on your eyes and hear a steady clicking sound while the laser is in use.
You may feel temporary burning or itching immediately after the procedure. Do not in any condition rub your eyes to relieve this sensation. Also, do not attempt to drive and have somebody else drive you home. The blurred vision and haziness will clear by the next morning. You may also experience heightened sensitivity to light and may see halos around lights. The whites of your eyes may also look bloodshot for a few days. In most cases, vision improves immediately but in a few rare cases, it could take several weeks or longer.
Though you can return to work the next day, it is a good idea to take a few days off. Also refrain from strenuous activities of any sort for a week after the surgery. Take the medication prescribed by the doctor regularly and do not change the eye drops without consulting him first. Avoid using makeup or cream around the eye for up to two weeks after the surgery to minimize the risk of infection. You should also avoid using swimming pools or hot tubs for 1-2 months after the surgery.
Sight is one of our most important senses. To ensure that your vision is not compromised, regular eye examinations are essential. This is regardless of age and overall health because the only way to diagnose conditions in the eye in the early stages is with a comprehensive eye exam. By arresting them in the early stages, many eye disorders can be easily controlled and treated.
During a routine eye examination, the doctor will look into a number of aspects of your eye's health. An eye examination can also indicate serious health issues like diabetes, macular degeneration and glaucoma. Some of the conditions an eye doctor looks for during an eye exam are:
- Refractive error: If you already have a prescription this will be checked. In other cases, the strength of the eye muscles is checked for near sightedness, far sightedness and astigmatism which can be corrected with lasik surgery, spectacles or lenses. The earlier a refractive error is corrected, the lower are its chances of increasing. When it comes to children, they often do not realize signs of vision deterioration and hence, an eye examination becomes essential.
- Amblyopia: This is a condition where one eye has a much higher refractive error than the other or where the eyes are misaligned. If this is not treated in time, amblyopia can stunt vision in the affected eye and result in blindness.
- Strabismus: Crossed or turned eyes are termed as cases of strabismus. This is caused by the misalignment of the eyes and can cause problems with depth perception. This can lead to amblyopia and eventual blindness if not treated in time.
- Focusing and communicative problems between the eyes: An eye examination can also determine problems with focusing on objects. With children, this can be a sign of underdeveloped focusing skills while in adults, it can be a symptom of presbyopia or age related diminished focusing ability. Your doctor will also check how well your eyes work together. If they do not work in tandem, it can cause headaches, eye strains and problems with reading.
- Diseases: By looking at the blood vessels and retina of the eyes, doctors can detect signs of high blood pressure, cholesterol, etc. Leaks in the blood vessels or bleeding in the eyes can also be a sign of diabetes or swelling of the macula.
- Age-related conditions: As with the rest of the body, the eye tissues and muscles also degenerate with time. Cataract is one of the most common age-related issues that affect the eyes.
A cone-shaped cornea is caused blurred vision and it can cause sensitivity to light and glare. Keratoconus usually affects both eyes and generally begins to first affect people age of 10 - 25. The condition may progress slowly for 10 years or longer.
I have chronic conjunctivitis from nov it can not cure till now doc gave me zaha and cystone. Should I used them again or go to another doc for checkup?
Keratoconus is a progressive vision disorder which occurs when the normally round cornea becomes thin and cone-shaped, and bulges out, deflecting the light entering the eye leading to a distorted and blurry vision.
Causes of Keratoconus:
Weakening of the collagenous fibre, which holds the cornea in its regular place, leads to its bulging out. Decreased levels of antioxidants in the cornea too cause the condition by damaging the fibre from external pollutants. It is also seen running into families, though there is no concrete evidence of it yet. Therefore, it can be stated that even though the exact cause of the condition is unknown, it seems to be affected by genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors. Diagnosis of Keratoconus is easy, mainly from routine eye examination by an expert ophthalmologist.
Though Keratoconus itself does not lead to blindness, it causes poor vision by an unclear cornea which is unable to focus light properly on the retina, leading to a distorted, blurry vision and glare. It changes the shape of the cornea, leading to its thinning and scarring, making it lose its transparency. Keratoconus progresses very fast in young patients, and hence it is important that immediate medical help is sought. Some of the symptoms of the condition include eye pain and strain, sudden change of vision in one or both eyes, double vision with just one eye, sensitivity to light, glare, headaches, blurry and distorted vision, seeing halos or light streaks and inability to drive after dark.
Only prescription glasses are generally recommended to correct the vision in the early stages of Keratoconus. However, this is not a permanent solution because this condition rapidly progresses leading to further deterioration of the vision. In that case, one of the following treatments might be recommended by the ophthalmologist depending on the severity of the condition.
Hybrid or rigid contact lenses can be prescribed to improve vision by masking the shape of the cornea. But, that does not prevent further deterioration of vision.
When the vision is no longer correctable by using glasses or contact lenses, corneal ring segments are employed. These plastic segments are implanted into the cornea by a surgical procedure and they keep the shape of the cornea intact, leading to refractive correction of vision eventually.
Corneal collagen cross-link stops the progression of the Keratoconus. In this procedure, the outer layer of the epithelial tissue on the cornea is removed. It is then enriched with riboflavin and collagen, which are activated by the application of ultraviolet light to strengthen the cornea by improving its rigidity significantly. It requires some weeks of care after the procedure.
Keratoplasty or corneal transplantation is employed only when no other option works for an individual. It is a complex surgical procedure in which a donor cornea replaces the defective cornea. Eventually, corneal cells grow and fuse with the donor cornea during the process of recovery, which can take up to almost a year.
People with even a small degree of the condition should not opt for the LASIK as it may worsen the condition.
Urgent referral is not required in Keratoconus as the condition manifests itself slowly, generally over a span of months and years. However, symptoms should not be ignored and medical help should be sought as soon as possible.