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If any of the following occur, you should contact us immediately.

  • Pain or discomfort in operated eyes
  • Redness in eyes
  • Unusual headache or nausea
  • Seeing flashes/ floaters in the operated eye
  • Decrease in the vision
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Dry Eye?

Dry eye is a common condition that occurs when your tears aren’t able to provide adequate lubrication for your eyes. It may be due to inadequate quantity of tears or poor quality of tears. You may commonly experience dry eyes in certain situations, such as on an airplane, in an air-conditioned room, while riding a bike or after looking at a computer screen for a long hours.

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What happens in Cataract Surgery?

Cataracts are the most frequent cause of blindness in the world. Cataract is caused by the clouding of the natural lens of the eye; it limits your ability to see clearly. The lens, a transparent structure in your eye, works like the lens in a camera. Just as a foggy camera lens makes everything dim, a cataract makes it hard for you to see clearly.

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What is Cornea?

Cornea is the clear front surface of the eye. It lies right in front of the iris and pupil, and it allows light to enter the eye. When the cornea is damaged, light rays entering the eye are scattered irregularly, decreasing one’s quality of vision. Corneal problems can be caused by injury, allergies or disease. There are a number of medical and surgical therapies to maintain or restore corneal clarity — and your clarity of vision.

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What happens in Lasik Surgery?

Restore your eyesight with this quick and effective laser vision correction surgery. If you are suffering from nearsightedness (myopia) or farsightedness (hypermetropia) or have astigmatism, you can find permanent freedom from contact lenses and specs.

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What happens in Squint?

Squint or Strabismus is the disorder where the eyes do not line up together in the same direction. Misalignment of eyes and can lead to disruption of the visual development process. This problem is often detected in childhood and should not be neglected. It can be corrected as early as when the child is 6 months of age. We have many successful stories of Squint correction in children due to our experienced best squint surgeon in India. We also offer adult squint treatment in Noida.

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What is Retina?

The retina is the innermost, thin layer of nerve cells that lines the back of the eye. The function of the retina is to convert the light into neural signals and send them to the brain for visual recognition. The retina is a vital tissue, and retinal disorders may severely affect the sight and cause blindness, if not treated on time.

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What happens in Oculoplasty?

Oculoplastic Surgeries Refer To Procedures To Correct Disorders In And Around The Eyelids. Aesthetic Surgery Refers To Cosmetic Improvement Of Frown Lines, Crow Feet, Ageing Lines, Sunken Eyes, Tired Looking Eyes Etc. Oculoplastic and aesthetic services at Tewari eye center are attended to by very senior and internationally trained specialists. We at Tewari Eye Center  use the latest equipment and the most modern technology for treatment.

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What happens in Glaucoma?

Glaucoma causes raised pressure in the eye, which leads to impairment of visual fields and finally vision loss. Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases in which the optic nerve is damaged leading to irreversible loss of visual field. The optic nerve damage is caused by the raised intra ocular pressure (IOP) although it may occur with normal IOP (Normal Tension Glaucoma) & even with low IOP (Low Tension Glaucoma). The raised intra ocular pressure (IOP) is caused by the imbalance between the production and drainage of aqueous in the anterior chamber of the eye.

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