Micro-incision Cataract Surgery

A cataract is one of the most common eye conditions which causes blurry vision as a result of clouding of the natural lens in the eye. The human lens is located behind the iris (the coloured portion of the eye). When a cataract occurs, the lens becomes cloudy and is seen as a white cloudy material in the centre of the iris. Read More

Premium Intracouclar Lenses - Trifocal and Extended Depth of Focus IOL

An intraocular lens is an artificial lens, which is implanted into the eye to replace the eye’s natural lens that has lost the ability to focus light. Read More

Pterygium Surgery - Sutureless Surgery with Fibrin Glue

A pterygium is a benign or non-cancerous growth of the conjunctiva, which is a clear, thin tissue that covers the white part of the eye (sclera). A pterygium may occur in one or both eyes. Read More

Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSAEK and DMEK)

The endothelium is made up of a single layer of thousands of small cells. These cells sit on a thin strip of tissue called Descemet’s membrane. These endothelial cells are responsible for pumping fluid out of the cornea so it can remain clear and thin to provide good vision for the eye. Read More

Corneal Collagen Cross-linking

The human cornea is a clear window at the front of the eye, which is responsible for focusing light onto the retina. It is essential for the cornea to maintain its natural round doom shape. In keratoconus, the diseased cornea begins to bulges into a cone-like shape (like a lemon) and at the same time it becomes significantly thinner. Read More

Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK)

Penetrating keratoplasty (PK) involves the transplantation of the full cornea’s thickness. A circular cutting instrument called a trephine is used to cut through the entire thickness of the damaged cornea. Then a new donor corneal button will be placed and sutured with tiny stitches around it edges. Read More

Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS)

Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) is a new and evolving area of glaucoma surgical treatment. It aims to lower intraocular pressure with a procedure or device that is minimally invasive and has little or no effect on the surface layers of the eye. Read More

High Myopia and Preventive Therapy

Myopia (also known as nearsightedness) occurs when the eye grows too long from front to back. Instead of focusing images on the retina (the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye), the lens of the eye focuses the image in front of the retina. People with myopia have good near vision but poor distance vision. Read More

Intravitreal Injection - In Office Procedure for AMD/DME

An intravitreal injection is a procedure in which medicines are injected directly into the jelly-like material inside your eye known as the vitreous. Read More

Laser Vision Correction (LASIK, PRK, SMILE)

Laser vision Correction (or Refractive Surgery) is one of the most common elective procedures done worldwide which involves the utilisation of a computerised excimer laser to reshape the corneal surface in order to improve vision. Read More

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