Pediatric Ophthalmology
Pediatric Ophthalmology

Pediatric ophthalmology is a special branch of eye health that deals with child eye care typically includes vision development, eye examination, diagnosis of a disease, and if required a surgery.

Hospital has a team comprising of specialist ophthalmologists, experienced surgeons, anesthesiologists, & pediatric coordinators. We have a dedicated, state-of-the-art operating room for pediatric eye surgery equipped with the latest surgical equipment. More importantly, the entire team is always prepared to provide technical support and guidance to the children and their families so that the child gets a lifetime of useful vision.

For pediatric eye care, the diagnosis is a tricky aspect as kids don’t allow evaluation of the eye we may need examination under anesthesia.

Diseases –

  1. Squint
  2. Amblyopia or lazy eye
  3. Pediatric cataract surgery
  4. Pediatric glaucoma surgery
  5. O.P. Screening
  6. Congenital Naso-Lacrimal duct obstruction
frequently asked questions

Most children and adults should get a comprehensive eye exam every one to two years. People with a higher risk of eye disease or vision problems may need to get their eyes checked more often.

  • Are over age 60.
  • Are of African or Hispanic descent.
  • Carry extra weight or have obesity
  • Had eye surgery, an eye injury, or eye damage from a stroke.
  • Have a family history of eye disease.
  • Have a health condition that can cause eye problems, such as diabetes.
  • Wear glasses or contact lenses.

We understand you may be afraid to come into the hospital at this time. Still, if you have a sudden loss of vision (in the middle of your sight or in another area of your vision) that does not improve within a couple of hours, it’s vital that you seek medical attention.

There will be no or minor discomfort during the procedure. While you will be awake during the procedure, there are steps taken so that you don’t feel any pain. You likely won’t remember much of the surgery, but you won’t be put under general anesthesiaas you would be for other major surgical procedures. You are usually given a mild sedative to help you relax, and then numbing eye drops are used in the eye to prevent discomfort. After medications wear off after surgery, you may find some minor eye discomfort. This pain is mild, and you can manage it with over-the-counter pain medication.

The recovery time from cataract surgery is short. Any discomfort or soreness you feel should disappear within a few days. Depending on the size and nature of your cataracts and your ability to heal, full recovery should take about four to six weeks. During this time, you want to be sure to follow the after-surgery instructions and do the follow-up visits with your doctor.

Most people can see clearly immediately after surgery, and any soreness or redness should be gone in about a week. The cornea does most of its primary healing during the first two to four weeks after surgery; however, full recovery takes three to six months.

It’s common for people to experience some vision fluctuations during this time, but overall, the vision continues to improve until the eyes are completely healed.

Your eye doctor needs to monitor your healing progress and make sure your vision is improving as expected. Most ophthalmologists will have you come back 24 hours after surgery for the first exam. Depending on your progress and other factors, you may have a few more follow-ups over the next three to six months. These can be with your LASIK surgeon or your regular eye doctor.

It’s important to note that you still need regular comprehensive eye exams after LASIK to maintain your overall eye health.

Fortunately, for most patients, the answer is no. Blindness does occur from glaucoma, but it is a relatively rare occurrence in about 5% of glaucoma patients. However, sight impairment is more common and occurs in about 10% of patients.

Correct treatment and follow-up will stabilize the vast majority of patients with glaucoma. By working with your doctor to manage your glaucoma, a favorable outcome is more likely.

Yes, cataract surgery is possible! In fact, sometimes cataract surgery can lower both elevated eye pressure and glaucoma medications. Contact Rohit Eye Centerright away, and we will offer you all cataract treatment options and provide the best possible eye care for you!

Keratoconus is generally more advanced in one eye than the other, and many people only develop symptoms in one eye. It won’t “spread” like an infection, but as the condition is linked to weaker collagen fibers in the cornea, both eyes could likely be affected to some extent

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