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Arohi Eye Hospital , 103 Samarth Vaibhav, Tarapore Gardens, Oshiwara, Andheri West, Mumbai

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Name :

-Arohi Eye Hospital

About :
Founded din 2010 by Dr. Shradha Goel, Arohi Eye Hospital is the best eye care hospital in Ohsiwara Mumbai today with experience of almost a decade. Housing modern and technologically advanced facilities for diagnosis, treatment, and care of the eyes, it has been capable of providing the finest eye consultation in Andheri West Mumbai and eye number correction in Oshiwara Mumbai. One can undergo various kinds of surgeries and other medical procedures here like refractive surgery, oculoplasty, glaucoma, paediatric ophthalmology, diabetic retinopathy, cataract surgery and lasik surgery in Oshiwara Mumbai.
The Clinic has served over 50,000 happy patients. The passion of the doctors to treat every patient with the utmost care along with providing precautionary advice to prevent any further damage is what makes our patients happy and satisfied. We have trained staff which handholds every patient right from the moment they walk in.
Cataract Surgery

What Is A Cataract?

A cataract is defined as the clouding of the eye’s natural clear lens. The lens focuses light rays on the retina to produce a sharp image. When the lens becomes cloudy, light rays cannot pass through it easily, and vision is blurred.


Misconceptions about cataract:

  • It is a film over the eye
  • It is caused by over using the eyes
  • It spreads from one eye to the other
  • It is a cause of irreversible blindness

Common symptoms of cataract include:

  • a painless blurring of vision,
  • glare, or light sensitivity,
  • poor night vision,
  • double vision if in one eye,
  • need for brighter light to read, and
  • fading or yellowing of colors.

What Can I Expect If I Decide To Have Cataract Surgery?

BEFORE SURGERY

To determine if your cataract should be removed, your ophthalmologist (eye M.D.) will perform a thorough eye examination. Before surgery, your eye will be measured to determine the appropriate power of the IOL that should be placed in your eye. Ask your ophthalmologist if you should continue taking your usual medications before surgery. Additionally, make arrangements to have someone drive you home after surgery.

THE DAY OF SURGERY

Surgery is usually done on an outpatient basis either in a hospital or at an ambulatory surgery center.
When you arrive for surgery, you will be administered eye drops and perhaps, a mild sedative to help make you comfortable. A local anesthetic will numb your eye. The skin around the eye will then be thoroughly cleansed, and sterile coverings will be placed around your head. You may be able to see light and movement, but not the surgery while it is happening.
Under an operating microscope, a small incision is made in the eye. In most cataract surgeries, tiny surgical instruments are used to break apart and remove the cloudy lens from the eye. The back membrane of the lens (called the posterior capsule) is usually left in place.
A plastic, acrylic, or silicone IOL is then implanted in the eye to replace the natural lens.
After surgery is completed, your doctor may place a shield over your eye. After a short stay in the outpatient recovery area, you will be allowed to go home.

Facilities
Services :
Team

Dr. Shradha Goel - Chief Eye Surgeon

Chief Eye Surgeon

Dr. Shradha Goel

15+ years of experience, skilled in Phaco-Lasik Surgeries.


Eye Surgeon

Dr. Shalomith Uppapalli

5 years of experience, with expertise in Corneal diseases.


VitreoRetinal Surgeon

Dr. Asmita Saha

Expertise in Retinal & Posterior Chamber diseases.


Paediatric Ophthalmologist & Strabismus Surgeon

Dr. Pooja Ghodke

Expertise in Paediatric Ophthalmology & Squint Surgery.
Email :
-shardhagoel1@gmail.com
Website :
-http://www.arohieye.in

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