Welcome to Shri Gurudev Netra Chikitsalaya
Shri Gurudev Netra Chikitsalaya (Eye Care Centre) was established in 2001, with a vision to fulfill the need for super specialty eye care services in Indore.
Shri Gurudev Netra Chikitsalaya, with more than 17 years of experience in rendering advanced Eye Care Treatment & Technology at par with the best facilities available anywhere in the world, Making “SGNC” and Indore known as a medical hub.
From extensive eye tests to cutting-edge vision services, our optometrists endeavor to enable you to keep up and enhance your vision. Emergency services include conjunctivitis or ‘pink eye’ treatment as well as foreign body removal. We invite you and your family to experience our dedication to providing quality advanced eye care!
We are committed to upholding the quality
Since 2001, our quality service and endeavors make us one of the pioneer eye care centers in Indore. The administration and the staff of the hospital facility is trying to keep up the standard and quality of services provided to the patients a Vision “Avoidance of Blindness”
We Treat with Technology
Offering reasonable and competitive self-pay packages and expert support from Clinical Nurse Specialists and experienced multidisciplinary teams, 95% of our patients said they would recommend The Shri Gurudev Netra Chikitsalaya to their friends and families.
The Shri Gurudev Netra Chikitsalaya offers cataract surgery by world-leading ophthalmic surgeons in our state-of-the-art operating theatres. The technique has a great success rate in enhancing eye vision, allowing you to read, drive and get the best out of life.
The surface of the cornea is very sensitive; a corneal ulcer is like erosion. As we know, the cornea is the transparent area at the front part of the eye in which like a window through which we see. It also refracts light and gives safety to other parts of the eye. If the cornea becomes inflamed because of disease or damage, an ulcer may create. A corneal ulcer is a severe condition; to avoid enduring vision problems should take instant treatment. Even though good medicines are available for treatment, corneal ulcers can cause serious loss of vision and even blindness.
Glaucoma is a disease that harms your eye’s optic nerve. It normally happens when liquid develops in the front part of your eye. That additional liquid builds weight in your eye, harming the optic nerve.
What Are the Symptoms?
Most people don’t have any. The first symptom sign is regularly lost fringe, or side, vision. That can go unnoticed until late in the disease. That is the reason glaucoma is frequently called the “sneak thief of vision.” Detecting glaucoma early is one reason you ought to have an entire test with an eye specialist each 1 to 2 years. Occasionally, the weight inside the eye can rise to serious levels. In these cases, you may have sudden eye pain, headache, blurred vision, or the presence of radiance around lights.
What is Oculoplasty?
Oculoplastic surgery is the restorative, remedial, and reconstructive medical procedure of the eye.
This section manages different disarranges of orbit, eyelids, and Lacrimal system. This section includes the socket in which the eye is put and furthermore the related structures around the eyes, similar to the eyelid, eyelashes, lacrimal apparatus, etc.
When our both eyes are not in alignment with each other so, this problem is called the Squint vision problem. Though it is usually in babies and youngsters, it can happen at any age. Adults may also build up the condition. Strabismus can be inconsistent or constant.
Uveitis is a general term determining a group of provocative diseases affecting the eyes that can lead to marginally decreased vision or serious vision loss if not appropriately treated. While uveitis may happen at any age, working-aged people between 20 – 50 years of age are affected most frequently.
The term “uveitis” is utilized because the disorder frequently affects a part of the eye called the uvea (i.e. iris, ciliary body and choroid). Nevertheless, uveitis is not limited to the uvea. These disorders may also influence the retina, optic nerve, focal lens, and vitreous, leading to decreased vision or blindness if not detected and treated.
The retina lines the back wall of the eye and is in charge of absorbing the light that enters the eye and changing over it into an electrical signal that is sent to the brain via the optic nerve, enabling you to see. Numerous conditions can prompt a retinal separation, in which the retina divides from the back wall of the eye, like wallpaper stripping off a wall.
Neuro-ophthalmology at Shree Guru Dev Netra Chikitsalaya is the treatment of vision problems related to the nervous system. Some of the more usually seen diseases and symptoms that our ophthalmologists may see include optic neuritis or neuropathy, papilledema, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, unexplained visual loss, migraines, ocular myasthenia gravis, brain tumors, or strokes which affect vision, blepharospasm, or hemifacial spasm. We may as well as treat blepharospasm or hemifacial spasm utilizing botulinum toxin injections.
The refractive suite comprises twin refractive lasers, a 500 Hz excimer laser, and a 200 FS femtosecond laser coupled on a single platform. The refractive suit is the best refractive unit presently available and being the fastest laser it corrects – 1.0 D Number in 1.6 seconds plus a bladeless flap gives safety and precision in flap making.
Lasik is a surgical procedure that uses a cool (non-thermal) beam of light to gently reshape the cornea. The goal of any laser vision correction procedure is to reshape the cornea so that it does a better job of focusing images onto the retina. In this procedure, a mechanical instrument called the Microkeratome is used to make a horizontal cut on the cornea to fashion a hinged flap. The flap is then lifted and the reshaping with the laser is carried out. The flap is replaced back on the corneal bed, where it sticks to the reshaped cornea.
93% of patients see at least 20/20 or better after LASIK.
97% of LASIK patients recommend the procedure to friends.
75% of Americans opt for Bladeless Lasik.
More than 17 million people worldwide have had some form of Laser Vision correction