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Roma Sharma

Dr. Roma Sharma

Ophthalmologist20 Years Exp.
MBBS, DNB (Ophthalmology), Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS)
₹ 1,000 at clinic
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Dr Roma Sharma's Eye Clinic - SUROM CLINIC

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501 Chesterton, Wood Street
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Personal Statement

I'm a caring, skilled professional, dedicated to simplifying what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health more

Doctor Information


  • Ophthalmologist

Other treatment areas

  • Eye Surgeon
  • LASIK & Laser Eye Surgeon


  • MBBS , Dr. DY Patil Medical College , 2004
  • DNB (Ophthalmology) , H.V Desai Eye Hospital, Pune , 2008
  • Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) , Royal College of Glasco University , 2012

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Marathi

Clinic Location

501 Chesterton, Wood Street

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Dr Roma Sharma's Eye Clinic - SUROM CLINIC

501 Chesterton, Wood Street
₹ 1,000 at clinic
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Dr. Roma Sharma's Eye Clinic

Tropical Lagoon shopping Center, 1st floor, Somani Multispeciality Clinic, Anand nagar, Ghodbunder Rd, Thane west
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female • 27 Year Old • Mar 05, 2017 • Bikaner

By seeing a wheat chapati and thinking it to eat my eye start tear and heart rate increase and feel like vomit. It is from 10 years. Now my age is 22. Is this any diseas more

Roma Sharma

7 years ago

Hi. The symptoms you are saying is a rare issue happening due to wrong innervation of nerves. Some times it may be since birth or in some cases after trauma to face & ne full answer



male • 20 Year Old • Feb 28, 2017 • Delhi

I asked with a doctor he said that an small chalazion is impossible to cure with medicine. Please advice what should i do to cure?

Roma Sharma

7 years ago

Yes It is true that Chalazion doesn't go away with medical treatment as it a pus encapsulated in deeper layers of lid unlike stye Which is superficial infection with a p full answer