Retina Treatment at Eye-Q Hospital

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Know About Retina Treatment

Are you looking for the best hospital for retina treatment in India? Then keep all your worries away because EYE-Q is the best eye hospital chain having a pan India presence with more than 32 hospitals across 25 cities. A damaged retina can lead to severe visual disturbances which, if left untreated could lead to permanent damage. At EYE-Q, we strive to provide best eye care to the patients with the use of advanced diagnostic tools and using both microsurgical and painless medical procedures. Retina treatment depends on the severity of retinal tearing which can often lead to Macular holes and retinal detachment.

Retinal Detachment (High Value) is a disease that blurs the central vision and is associated with retina. The progression of the disease is gradual and it becomes important to consult the doctor immediately. The severity of retinal detachment is determined by the eye specialist doctor and accordingly, corrective intervention procedures are done. The treatment for retinal detachment is provided across all the EYE-Q hospital centers.

Diabetic Retinopathy is a complication of diabetes in which blood vessels in the retina get damaged. This could lead to blindness if left untreated. Diabetic Retinopathy treatment is offered at EYE-Q hospitals by retina specialist doctors who have extensive experience in offering solutions to the patients. Diabetic retinopathy can be controlled by using laser treatment, eye injections, medication, and eye surgery.

age-related-macular-degenration

Age-Related Macular Degenration is a disease which blurs the central vision and is associated with retina. The progression of the disease is gradual and it becomes important to consult the doctor immediately. The elderly patients are offered treatment for age-related Macular degeneration at EYE-Q hospitals which are equipped with the latest tools to cater to eye care. Macular degeneration treatment varies according to the type from nutritional therapy to laser surgery.

retinal-vein-occlusions

Retinal Vein Occlusions referred to as eye stroke is a serious vascular disorder of retina in which the retinal vein carrying blood gets damaged or blocked leading to vision loss. The primary aim of Retinal Vein Occlusions treatment is stabilization of vision. Retinal Vein Occlusions treatment ranges from eye injections to laser surgery depending on the severity of the disease. EYE-Q retina specialist doctors have in the past treated patients for controlling the disease.

Laser Surgery (Photocoagulation) is a painless and bladeless surgery procedure which uses a laser to correct retinal tearing. Photocoagulation deals with the problem which includes Diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma. EYE-Q follows international standards and procedures.

ROP Screening is a procedure for detecting retinopathy in premature infants. Retinopathy can occur only in immature retinal tissues and can lead to permanent vision loss in children. ROP screening should be thoroughly done by the retina specialist doctors in order to detect damage.

Green Laser (Indocyanine Green Angiography) is a dye tracing procedure for ophthalmic conditions using Cyanine Dye and a specialized camera.The green laser can thoroughly detect eye defects such as diabetic retinopathy, vein occlusions, swelling of eyes, and tumors of eyes.

ffa

FFA (Fundus Fluorescein Angiography) is a dye tracing procedure for checking blood circulation of retina and choroid using a fluorescent Dye and specialized camera. FFA can detect Diabetic retinopathy, vein occlusions, and tumors of eyes.

retina-cryopexy

Freezing (Retina cryopexy) is a procedure that uses intense cold to freeze areas where retinal tearing is progressing. The retinal cryopexy aims at correcting the retinal defects which include retinal detachment.

Having Global Presence

Delhi | Uttar Pradesh | Gujarat | Haryana | Uttarakhand | Nigeria

  • 32+

    Centers

  • 70+

    Specialists

  • 75 Lakhs+

    Patients Treated

Many factors come into play when discussing the retina treatment cost. It depends on multiple factors, including but not limited to the following:

  • The method of treatment the surgeon has prescribed; it is based on the kind of technology & procedure the surgeon planned to perform.
  • Years of experience & reputation of the eye surgeon & eye-hospital
  • Pre- & Post-Operative care, including consultation, test

Affordable Retina Treatment Treatment With Latest Technology

Eye-Q offers the best Retina treatment with the help of cutting-edge robotic laser-assisted technology. Our eye surgeon provides treatment for all retina-related conditions, such as Retinal detachment, Macular degeneration, Diabetic retinopathy, and Macular degeneration. Our retina surgery package includes:

  • Dedicated counsellor

  • All surgery expenses included

  • Free 3-post op consultation

Reasons to Choose Eye-Q

Choosing Eye-Q Super-Speciality hospital can be the best decision because our hospital is run & supervised by experienced eye surgeons. They are acquainted with high-end technologies and implement them to deliver the best outcomes. The application of progressive technologies makes surgery minimally invasive yet precise.

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Consult the doctor if

  • Double vision

  • Floaters

  • Flashing Lights

  • Spots in the central vision

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is regular retina check-up important?

Regular retina treatment is important for two reasons


  • Retina Diseases are Silent and Vision loss from retinal damage is irreversible

  • It is best to get your eyes checked on a regular basis as untreated retinal diseases can lead to severe vision loss or even blindness.

Which age group is commonly affected by retina conditions?

Retinal diseases affect all ages but it’s common in those over the age of 50 years. High risk groups are Diabetics, Premature babies, Patients with chronic diseases like tumors, Joint problems, Skin diseases, Patients with injury and myopia.

How much time does it take for comprehensive retina check-up?

A comprehensive check-up takes 1.5 hrs. A comprehensive and thorough retina check-up is possible after dilatation only as it allows doctors to see whole retina and allows a better understanding of the status of your retina.

Who all are our Retina Specialists?

We have a team of 10 Retina specialists trained at top institutions for Retina at India available across various locations. Scroll down the page to see our retina specialists.

Do you have treatments available for all Retinal Problems?

Yes, we have advanced technology and renowned doctors to treat all kinds of treatable problems related to Retina, Uvea and Choroid.

How to prevent retinal detachment?

Retinal detachment is caused mainly due to aging, eye injury. Any systematic conditions like diabetes, Hypertension could be the reason. It directly affects the retina.
There is as such no way to prevent retinal detachment. But we can turn down the possibility of retinal detachment by protecting the eyes from any injury. Protecting them with Eye goggles or eye shields during bike riding, sports activities
Regular Comprehensive eye check-up every quarter is a must as prevention. It is necessary to get dilation of the eyes timely. Retinal detachment is a medical emergency and it can cause permanent blindness, so if any symptoms occur, visit your ophthalmologist on an earlier basis before any permanent damage to the eyes or loss of vision.

What do retinal detachment flashes look like?

Retinal detachment flashes are also known as “Photopsis”. A person with retinal detachment notices the different shapes in front of them. These flashes could be


  • Black spots

  • Foggy clouds

  • Spider-like structure

  • Threadlike structure

  • Amoebas

  • Blurred and Peripheral vision

  • Curtain like shadows

  • Squiggly lines

Retina Treatment Specialist

Eye-Q hospital houses highly experienced Retina surgeons. They have profound knowledge and over a decade of experience in advanced eye treatment. They thoroughly understand patients’ conditions through grass-root level diagnosis and then prescribe the best treatment option. We and our specialists’ topmost priority is the comfort & well-being of our patients.

Dr. Deependra Singh (Medical Director – Retina Services Ophthalmology)

Gurugram, Haryana
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Dr. Deependra has a rich experience of 21 years in the field of ophthalmology including 18 years in Vitreoretinal Surgery....

Medical Qualification

  • MD Ophthalmology from Dr. Rajendra Prasad Center for Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS in 2001
  • MBBS from AIIMS 1995

Specialization & Expertise

  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Retinal detachment
  • Paediatric Retinal Diseases
  • Macular Degeneration and Macular Holes
  • Ocular Trauma
  • Oncology and Genetic diseases of the Retina.
Key Achievements

Dr Deependra has a rich experience of 21 years in the field of ophthalmology including 18 years in Vitreoretinal Surgery.

Dr. Awaneesh Upadhayay (Senior Ophthalmologist)

Gurugram, Haryana
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Dr. Awaneesh M. Upadhyay is an ophthalmologist who is currently working at Eye-Q. He successfully completed his M.B.B.S from Annasaheb...

Medical Qualification

  • He successfully completed his MBBS from Annasaheb Chudaman Patil Memorial Medical College, Dhule, Maharashtra in 2007
  • He received the Diplomate of National Board in Ophthalmology from Little Flower Hospital and Research Centre in Angamaly in Kerala. In 2017.

Specialization & Expertise

  • His expertise includes retinal laser procedures and management of diabetic retinopathy of premature screening.

Dr. Prabhjot Kaur (Retina Surgeons)

Delhi and NCR
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Dr. Prabhjot Kaur believes in dedication and hard work and aims to acquire the most comprehensive knowledge in ophthalmology. She...

Dr. Chirakshi Dhull (Senior Opthalmologist)

Rohtak, Haryana
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Dr Chirakshi Dhull is an experienced eye surgeon working in the field of ophthalmology for 6 years . She completed...

Dr. Salman Kazi (Senior Ophthalmologist)

Surat, Gujarat
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Dr. Salman Kazi is a renowned retina surgeon. He successfully completed his MBBS in the year 2006 from a premier...

Dr. Samir Bhupendrabhai Vankawala (Senior Ophthalmologist)

Surat,Gujarat
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Dr. Samir Bhupendrabhai Vankawala is our surgical professional who has helped us to maintain the quality of our eye care...

Medical Qualification

  • DNB Ophthalmology from Eye Reserch Center, Chennai.
  • MBBS from Goverment Medical College, Surat.
  • FVRS, Felloship in Vitreoretina surgery, Dr Agarwal Eye Hospital, Chennai.

Specialization & Expertise

  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Retinal detachment
  • Paediatric Retinal Diseases
  • Macular Degeneration and Macular Holes
  • Ocular Trauma
  • Complicated cataract
  • Femto Laser Assisted cataract surgery.
Key Achievements

Dr Samir has a rich experience of 14 years in the field of ophthalmology including 11 years in Vitreoretinal Surgery.

Dr. Satyendra Kain (Senior Ophthalmologist)

Rewari, Haryana
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Dr. kain is a Vitreoretinal , Uvea, ROP, and Phacorefractive surgeon. After completing his MBBS from MGIMS, Wardha , he...

Memberships & Certifications

  • All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS)
  • Vitreo-retina Society Of India (Vrsi)

Dr. Babar Parvez Khan (Anterior Segment Clinical in Charge)

Aliganj, Lucknow
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Dr. Babar has been clinically expedient the field of ophthalmology for 11 Years with a sound multifaceted approach to...

Medical Qualification

  • MBBS - KMC, Manglore
  • M.S - JNMCH , AMU, ALIGARH
  • Fellow- Comprehensive Ophthalmology IGEHRC Lucknow .
  • Ex- Consultant – IGEHRC ,Amethi.

Memberships & Certifications

  • All India Ophthalmological society
  • Delhi Ophthalmological society
  • Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, Scotland.