The Ophthalmology Department at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute stands as a pillar of support for individuals seeking to maintain and improve their vision. This specialized team is dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of a wide range of eye conditions. The Institute is equipped with cutting-edge technology and surgical techniques to ensure optimal patient outcomes. This includes advanced surgical equipment for procedures like cataract surgery, retinal interventions, and refractive surgery. With a team of highly skilled ophthalmologists and a dedication to integrated care, Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute upholds its mission of providing high-quality and patient-centered healthcare.
The Ophthalmologists are committed to patient education. They provide information on maintaining eye health, managing chronic conditions, and understanding treatment options. Additionally, the department may engage in community outreach programs to raise awareness about eye health and preventive measures.
Call 011-42888888 to book an appointment with a specialist at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute.
Cataracts can cloud your vision and affect your daily life. Our ophthalmologists offer expert diagnosis and state-of-the-art cataract surgery, including premium intraocular lens options, to restore clear vision.Know more
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness. Our specialists provide early detection and advanced treatments, such as eye drops, laser therapy, and surgery, to manage intraocular pressure and prevent vision loss.Know more
Color blindness can affect the way you perceive colors. Our ophthalmologists offer specialized assessments to diagnose color vision deficiencies and provide guidance on managing daily activities.Know more
Diabetic retinopathy can lead to vision loss in individuals with diabetes. Our team emphasizes regular eye examinations and offers treatments, including laser therapy and medication, to prevent and manage diabetic retinopathy.Know more
Astigmatism can cause blurred vision. Our ophthalmologists provide thorough eye exams and offer corrective options, such as eyeglasses, contact lenses, and refractive surgeries, to address astigmatism effectively.Know more
AMD is a leading cause of vision loss in older adults. Our specialists offer early detection, lifestyle recommendations, and treatment options, including intravitreal injections, to manage AMD and maintain visual function.Know more
Our experienced ophthalmologists perform retinal surgeries to address conditions affecting the retina, such as retinal detachment, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.Know more
We offer corneal surgeries to treat conditions like corneal transplantation, corneal ulcers, and keratoconus, improving vision and overall eye health.Know more
Our refractive surgery options, including LASIK and PRK, provide opportunities for vision correction, reducing or eliminating the need for glasses or contact lenses.Know more
Cataract surgery is a common procedure we perform to remove cataracts and replace the cloudy lens with an artificial intraocular lens, restoring clear vision.Know more
For patients with glaucoma, our glaucoma surgeries aim to reduce intraocular pressure and slow the progression of this sight-threatening condition.Know more
Our specialized ophthalmologists conduct reconstructive surgeries to repair eye trauma, ensuring the best possible functional and cosmetic outcomes.Know more
We provide treatments for chronic or severe tear duct infections, including surgery to improve tear drainage and relieve discomfort.Know more
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Ophthalmology is a medical specialty focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye-related conditions and diseases. Ophthalmologists are trained to provide comprehensive eye care, including performing surgeries and prescribing corrective lenses.
Ophthalmologists treat a wide range of eye conditions, including refractive errors (such as nearsightedness and farsightedness), cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment, and various eye infections.
You should consider seeing an ophthalmologist if you experience symptoms like blurry vision, sudden changes in vision, eye pain, redness or irritation, floaters or flashes of light, or if you have a family history of eye diseases. Regular eye exams are also important for early detection of potential issues.
An eye examination typically involves a series of tests to assess vision, eye health, and any potential issues. This may include visual acuity tests, tonometry (to measure eye pressure), dilated eye exams (to examine the retina), and other specialized tests as needed.
Yes, ophthalmologists are trained to perform various types of eye surgeries. This may include cataract surgery, laser eye surgery (like LASIK for refractive correction), glaucoma surgery, retinal surgery, and procedures to treat conditions like corneal diseases.