EYE SPECIALIST IN NOIDA
108 Eye And Health Centre is one of the most commended ophthalmologists in Noida for the years and counting. In ophthalmic practice, they has gained expansive experience in cataract, cornea and refractive surgery and hence, are also his areas of thing. His specific specializations include
Cornea and Ocular Surface Conditions,
Lamellar/ Layered cornea transplant ( especially (DSAEK.) Endothelial Keratoplasty)
Amniotic Membrane Transplantation
Corneal Cross-Linking with Riboflavin
Contralateral limbal cell transplantation
CUSTOMISED Cataract Phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation
Laser Refractive Surgery such as LASIK, SMILE,P.R.K.,P.T.K.,
.CORNEA SPECIALIST IN NOIDA
108 Eye And Health Centre is headed by the most trusted cornea specialist in noida, who employs the most advanced tools and approaches to give the most effective cornea treatment.
Constantly Asked Questions
Who's further prone to Corneal Problems?
Although some corneal conditions are natural, it's also common in people who have jobs and hobbies that involve
Sports that use a ball or elf, like baseball or hockey
. Lawn Mowing or using a weedwhacker
Painting, welding and forging
. Machines like sanders or drills
Chemicals such as bleach or pesticides
How is a Corneal Problem Diagnosed?
Corneal conditions can be diagnosed in their early stages with periodic eye examinations. The ballooned eye test is a effortless and straightforward process used for such opinion.
Eye drops of fluorescein color are used to check for corneal scrapes. These drops make small abrasions noticeable, helping the eye specialist during early- stage opinion.
Are there any risks in cornea replacement surgery?
Like any surgery, corneal transplant surgery has some pitfalls. A major threat is if your body sees the new cornea as a foreign object, it tries to get rid of it. Other pitfalls include infections, bleeding, retinal detachment or formation of Glaucoma.
How long does it take to recover?
Corneal transplant is performed as an inpatient surgery. Depending on the type of transplant, it can take up to a year to completely recover. It's recommended that you make a follow-up appointment the day after surgery to check how your eye is healing and talk with your doctor about when you can get back to your normal activities.