Our Eye Specialist
Dr. Arti Singh is experienced in the various surgeries to correct diseases and disorders of the Cornea .
The cornea is the transparent front part of the eye that cover the iris, pupil & anterior chamber. The cornea with anterior chamber & lens, refract light, with the Cornea accounting for approximately two third of eye total optical power.
The cornea is the eyes outermost layer. It is the clear dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye. Cornea is the highly organized group of cells & protein.
Some disease & disorder of the cornea are:
- Corneal Dystrophies
- Dry Eye
- Corneal Infections
Treatment & Management
Various refractive eye surgery techniques change the shape of cornea in order to reduce the need for corrective lenses or otherwise improve the refractive state of the eye. In many of the techniques used today, reshaping of the cornea is performed by photoablation using the excimer laser.
If the corneal stroma develops visually significant opacity, irregularity, or edema, a cornea of a deceased donor can be transplanted. Because there are no blood vessels in the cornea, there are also few problems with rejection of the new cornea. There are also synthetic corneas (Keratoprostheses) in development. Most are merely plastic inserts, but there also those composed of biocompatible synthetic material that encourage tissue ingrowth into the synthetic cornea, thereby promoting biointegration.
Other method, such as magnetic deformable membranes & optically coherent transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human retina are still in very early stages of research.
Non- Surgical Procedures
Orthokeratology is a method using specialized hard or rigid gas-permeable contact lenses to transiently reshape the cornea in order to improve the refractive state of eye or reduce the need for eyeglasses & contact lenses.
Eye care Service
To maintain your eye health and that of your family members', we offer a broad range of ophthalmology and optometry service - please see list below. Remember that a simple eye exam may detect silent diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes or high cholesterol before they become serious.
If you are not sure whether you should see an optometrist or an ophthalmologist (eye doctor),
Our optometry services include:
- Refraction ('eye test')
- Prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses
- Eye health examination
- Diabetic eye surveillance
Most people will have a problem with their eyes at some point in their lives. Most eye problems are not serious and do not require a doctor's care. However, certain eye diseases are serious and can result in blindness if left untreated.
- Corneal opacity
- Eye injuries
- Corneal transplant
- Foreign bodies in eye
- Pediatric ophthalmology
- ROP (Retinopathy of Prematurity) Screaming & Management for new borns
- Dry Eye
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Hypertensive Retinopathy
- Retinal Detachment
- Post Cataract Surgery Complications