Miscellaneous Surgery / Procedures at Paarth Eye Hospital & Retina Centre, Lucknow

Miscellaneous Surgery / Procedures at at Paarth Eye Hospital & Retina Centre, Lucknow

Miscellaneous Surgery / Procedures

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Miscellaneous Surgery / Procedures

We offer Miscellaneous Surgery / Procedures for patients.

Oculoplasty Surgeries

We provide Oculoplasty Surgeries for the patients for conditions like squint, ptosis, lid diseases and lacrimal passage diseases.

General Anaesthesia Services

We provide anesthesia services for the patients requiring General Anesthesia during the surgery.

Squint Surgery

Admission facility Available

Packages and Prices

Miscellaneous Surgery / Procedures at Paarth Eye Hospital & Retina Centre, Lucknow

Pterygium Surgery with Grafting

A new surgery technique removes the growth and then covers the spot with tissue . This surgery is called a tissue graft. When a tissue graft is used to cover the bare spot, the pterygium does not regrow in as many eyes as when the spot is left bare. Read more


Dacryo-Cysto-Rhinostomy Surgery

Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) surgery is a procedure that aims to eliminate fluid and mucus retention within the lacrimal sac, and to increase tear drainage for relief of epiphora (water running down the face).

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Chalazion Surgery

Surgery to treat a chalazion is an office procedure that takes about 15 to 20 minutes to perform. The doctor injects a numbing agent into the eyelid and makes a small incision in the bump.

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Lid Laceration Repair


Corneal Perforation Repair

Tissue adhesive can be used to seal small perforation, but this method cannot be used to treat perforations larger than 1 mm. Non infected corneal perforation generally heals when a pressure bandage is used. For certain types of corneal perforations, lamellar keratoplasty is used as treatment.

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Squint Surgery

Squint surgery is a very common eye operation. It usually involves tightening or moving one or more of the outside eye muscles which move the eye to change the eye position. These muscles are attached quite close to the front of the eye under the conjunctiva, the clear surface layer.

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Ptosis Surgery

Ptosis surgery is an operation to tighten the muscle that lifts your upper eyelid. … Ptosis surgery can also be performed to make you look younger if one of your eyelids has begun to sag or there is a difference in the height of your eyelids.

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Day of Surgery

You will be seen in the morning and operated o the same day. You will be allowed to go home after the surgery.

 Work up and evaluation for the Procedure / Surgery

Miscellaneous Surgery / Procedures

 Discharge from Hospital

Reporting : 9:00 am to 11: am

Expected Stay : 2-3 hours

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Paarth Eye Hospital & Retina Centre
4B/268, Raibareli Road, Opposite Hotel Cosmos Above Corporation Bank, Near PGI, Uttar Pradesh 226014

INCLUDED in Packages

Services , medicines, disposables, and implants

Consultation before Procedure

This is consultation with the doctor before you actually have the surgery /procedure. After the consultation, doctor will  decide the medical condition that you have and the treatment required.

Patient the attendant can have their questions and concerned addressed by the doctor.

Work up and evaluation for the Procedure / Surgery

These are the clinical and diagnostic test performed by different heath care professionals before any medical procedure /Surgery.

Details of the Work up and evaluation for the Procedure / Surgery are provided by the hospital in the discharge summary after the procedure.

Blood Investigations

These are the blood test required in the patient for managing the medical and surgical conditions associated.

Details of the Blood Investigations are provided by the hospital in the discharge summary after the procedure.

Counselling Services

Designated medical Counselor provides the the counselling about , medical conditions, treatment options, pain management, surgical procedure, implants, outcome of treatment, , consent for treatment and follow-up schedule.

You should also discuss the problems and complication related to treatment.

Pain Management:  No injection /Topical anesthesia

Topical anesthetic, with the use of supplemental intracameral lidocaine, is the most commonly used method of anesthesia for cataract surgery. The upsides of this technique are that it does not alter vision, avoids the use of needles, and may not require sedation.

Medicine and  Surgical Disposables

These include all the medicines, drugs , injections tablets and the surgical disposables used in evaluation , treatment and surgery of the patients . The details are provided by the final bill provided by the hospital.

Nursing services

The nursing care provided during the hospital stay.

Discharge summary after the medical procedure of Surgery

The hospital provided the discharge summary clearly indicated the the medical condition diagnosed, the investigations done , the treatment ( medical or surgical ) offered and advice regarding further treatment and follow-up.

NOT INCLUDED in packages

The services required after the patient is discharged from the hospital.

 Follow-up Consultations After the Procedure

These are the consultations with the doctor that you have after the surgery /procedure is been done.  It may vary from patient to patient..

Patient the attendant can have their questions and concerned addressed by the doctor.

Consultation with specialist of other specialties

Sometimes your medical condition requires a consultation from  specialist of different medical fields.

Spectacles and Contact Lens

Usually required to correct small amount of refractive error present after surgery

Management of medical conditions arising after medical procedure/surgery

It is the management of medical conditions , which may or may not be related/ associated  to the primary medical procedure or surgery , after the patient is discharged.

Ambulance services

For shifting the patients from one location

Dr Shashi Sharmahas an expertise of doing thousands of Cataract surgeries. He is well trained in managing complex cataract diseases, Retinal disorders like Diabetic Retinopathy, Age Related Macular Degeneration, Vein Occlusion, Retinal detachment and
Retinopathy of Prematurity. He has special interest in managing Diabetic Retinopathy and Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP).
He has worked as Clinical Incharge and Head (Vitreo-Retina Services) in various institutes like ASG Eye Hospital (Varanasi), EyeQ Superspeciality Hospital (Lucknow &Kanpur). He is a visiting consultant for Lifeline Hospital Sohar, Oman and Burjheel Medical Centre Muscat, Oman.

Paarth Eye Hospital & Retina Centre, Lucknow

Dr.Shashi Sharma MBBS, MS
Paarth Eye Hospital & Retina Centre

Dr.Shashi Sharma MBBS, MS (KGMU), DNB, FIOL, FVRS (Delhi)

Dr Shashi Sharma is a renowned Eye Surgeon and Retina Specialist in Lucknow. After completing his MBBS, he went on to pursue MS (Ophthalmology) from prestigious King George Medical University, Lucknow. He then pursued his DNB (Diplomate of National Board) followed by fellowship in Phacoemulsification &
IOL and fellowship in Vitreo-Retina from Venu Eye Institute and Research centre, Delhi.