Welcome To Cornea Clinic

It will be my pleasure to brief You my journey to reach the present stage I have completed my medical graduation and ophthalmology post graduation (MS) from Smt. NHL Municipal Medical College, C.H. Nagri Eye Hospital, Ahmadabad.
I have selected CORNEA as my area of interest and worked at L.V. Prasad Eye Institute as Comprehensive fellow... Read More


Cornea Services

We at Cornea Clinic are equipped with the most advanced technology for the treatment of corneal disorders. The doctors in the department are extremely well versed in the subject and educate the patients about improving their eye health and the reason behind their impairments. The technology used for the procedures is such that it reduces the risk of any damage to the vision. We also have our own special clinic for designing corrective lenses suitable to the patient's needs. Additionally, we have a separate Dry Eye Clinic dedicated for dealing with the problems of dry eye. With the increasing use of computers and modern lifestyle, dry eyes are becoming very common and are often a source of nuisance to the patient. We have a special clinic that looks after the ocular surface and helps you become more comfortable again.



Conjunctivitis is an inflammation or swelling of the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva is the thin transparent layer of tissue that covers the inner surface of the eyelid and the white part of the eye.

“Pink or Red Eye" is commonly used words for conjunctivitis. It may affect one or both eyes. Some forms of conjunctivitis are highly contagious, can easily spread in schools, swimming pools or at home. Conjunctivitis can be viral or bacterial.

Common symptoms:
•    Excessive watering and discharge
•    Itching or burning sensation
•    Swollen eyelids
•    Pink or red discoloration of the white area
•    Increased sensitivity to light

Allergic conjunctivitis occurs more commonly among people who already have seasonal allergies. They develop it when they come into contact with a substance that triggers an allergic reaction in their eyes.
Bacterial conjunctivitis is an infection most often caused by staphylococcal or streptococcal bacteria from your own skin or respiratory system. Insects, physical contact with other people, poor hygiene (touching the eye with unclean hands), or using contaminated eye makeup and facial lotions can also cause the infection. Sharing makeup and wearing contact lenses that are not your own or are improperly cleaned can also cause bacterial conjunctivitis.
Viral conjunctivitis is most commonly caused by contagious viruses associated with the common cold. It can develop through exposure to the coughing or sneezing of someone with an upper respiratory tract infection.
Contact lens wearers may need to temporarily stop wearing their lenses while the condition is active. Your doctor can tell you if this is necessary. If you developed conjunctivitis due to wearing contact lenses, your eye doctor may recommend that you switch to a different type of contact lens or disinfection solution.

While conjunctivitis is usually a minor eye infection, sometimes it can develop into a more serious sight threatening problem like corneal ulcer.

See your doctor if you think you have conjunctivitis. He or she can diagnose the cause and prescribe the proper treatment.

Dos and Don’ts:
•    Don't touch your eyes with your hands.
•    Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently.
•    Change your towel and washcloth daily, and don't share them with others.
•    Discard eye cosmetics, particularly mascara.
•    Don't use anyone else's eye cosmetics or personal eye-care items.
•    Follow your eye doctor's instructions on proper contact lens care.
You can soothe the discomfort of viral or bacterial conjunctivitis by applying warm compresses to your affected eye or eyes. To make a compress, soak a clean cloth in warm water and wring it out before applying it gently to your closed eyelids.



Computer vision syndrome

Computer vision syndrome is a serious problem for the millions of people who spend hours in front of a computer every day. Aside from the physical discomfort you may experience from symptoms, computer vision syndrome can have a lasting effect on your vision. There are several preventative steps that you should take if you frequently use a computer. Instead of using your regular eyeglasses for computer work, you may need computer glasses for mid-range vision enhancement. In addition, the lighting around your desk area may need to be adjusted to keep you from squinting. These are simple fixes that will make you much happier.


Dry Eye Management

Glaucoma is today one of the commonest causes for irreversible vision loss, particularly in India. At Cornea Clinic, we make a special effort to detect glaucoma in its earliest stages before it causes a total loss of vision. The Glaucoma Clinic is staffed by experienced experts whose published studies of glaucoma and its care have been recognized as the most quoted opinions among eye doctors. Our doctors use their vast experience to help the patients choose the best course of treatment from medication, laser treatment or surgery. The doctors also provide evaluations of the diagnosis and the treatment options to the patients.


Keratoconus Management

No matter how ready you are for a life without spectacles or contact lemses, the decision to have Lasik is a big one. You want to know for sure that you are getting the safest, most trusted and most effective treatment available at Cornea Clinic.
We have World’s most advanced technology for Lasik- the Femto LDV Femtosecond Laser.
It is not only USFDA approved but also by NASA for Astronauts, US Army and Navy for Pilots.


Ocular Trauma And Chemical Burns Management

YAG LASER produces a concentrated beam of light that can focus on the iris or any thick membrane behind the intraocular lens.
This laser beam can create a smooth, fine opening of desired size in these structures without affecting other sensitive parts of the eye.
YAG LASER treatment is done as an Out Patient procedure.
The treatment takes only few minutes and the patient can go back home immediately.
Laser surgery is safe and painless with few complications.


Opening Hours of Cornea Clinic

  • Monday To Saturday
    10:00 AM - 01:00 PM
    05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
  • Sunday


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