Lasik the Bladeless Way

To vanish your fears of stitches & pads & to give an experience of a smooth procedure , Shree Ramkrishna Netralaya has come up with the cutting edge technology for Lasik . Alcon Wavelight Refractive Suite for a Bladess Lasik procedure .

Thanks to innovations in excimer and femtosecond laser technology, that brings in the precision & accuracy . Lead a hassle free life from spectacles & lenses & make choices without any hindrance . Bladeless Lasik for a confident you !


Glaucoma – The Silent Killer

Taking good care of our eyes is probably something we do not do properly. There’s no better day than World Glaucoma Week to create awareness about the deadly disease.

Glaucoma is a disease which damages the optic nerves that carry information from eyes to the brain. Such damage can lead to loss & vision and can also cause permanent blindness.  Glaucoma today is one of the main causes of blindness in the world.

Glaucoma affects people of all age, but people over 60 are more prone to the disease. There is no cure to the disease but it certain steps are taken it can be prevented.

The eye has an internal pressure created by production of a clear fluid called aqueous humor. This fluid circulates through the eye and exits through the anterior chamber angle and ultimately drains into the blood stream. In glaucoma, the aqueous humor outflow is obstructed, resulting in increased eye pressure and, eventually, optic nerve damage.


Opt For Lasik To Ditch Glasses!



If you wear glasses or contact lenses then they are friends with you for a lifetime & you get resistant to

the discomforts caused by them. LASIK in this case is a boon to you, it is more than improving your

vision but it is freedom from glasses for you!

Why Choose LASIK?

Glasses can cause hassles while you go for a swim while contact lens wearers need googles to get rid of

the irritation underwater

LASIK guarantees a perfect 20/20 vision whereas glasses can make you see clearly only till you wear

them. Glasses also carry a risk of damage or getting lost but LASIK is you permanent clear vision.

A Painless LASIK There is no pain during the surgery, since anesthetic eye drops numb your eyes.

Although some patient may experience mild discomfort or a pressure sensation during the procedure.

No Dependency on glasses or contacts is no longer required after LASIK – The durability of LASIK means

that patients won’t need to rely on glasses or contacts after the procedure.

Choose Freedom With LASIK!!

Protect Your Eyes At Work Place



In the Digital Era, computers and cellphones have become an essential part of life, from sending emails to watching videos, our eyes are continuously exposed to screens all the time. As a result of this, our eye experiences discomfort and vision problems. Sometimes we also start to see blurry. These groups of symptoms are referred to as Computer Vision Syndrome or Digital Eye Strain.  The level of discomfort caused depends upon the time of exposure to the screen.

The most common symptoms associated with CVS are as follows:-

blurry vision
dry eyes
shoulder pain

So what causes it?

Viewing text on print is different than on screens. The contrast of the background on the text is reduced comparatively, hence making it look blurred.

Concentrating continuously on the screen without blinking causes the eye to become itchy and red. Also the air conditioning can cause the air inside the room to dry up quickly and accelerate tear evaporation. Even people who wear Glasses and lenses may find it not suitable to view screen from particular distances, some people tilt their heads because there glasses are not designed for the screens.

How to Avoid CVS?

Having a normally lit room is always better; to avoid glares and reflections on the screen it is better to put your screen away from the window. For a better view, use dark weight fonts on a light background.

Always place your monitor level below the eyes. Always take rest in between using the computer for 30-40 minutes. Intentionally increase the blinking of eyes for eyes to be properly moisturized.





Presbyopia usually occurs beginning at around age 40, Presbyopia is part of the natural aging process of the eye, and can be easily corrected. The process is as natural as wrinkles, and it affects everyone at some point in life. Presbyopia generally starts to appear around age 40.

Symptoms and Signs of Presbyopia

  • People find the need to hold books, magazines, newspapers, menus and other reading materials at arm’s length
  • Develop headaches when they perform near work, such as embroidery or handwriting, eye strain or feel fatigued.

Presbyopia Treatment:

Presbyopia cannot be cured. In its place, prescription glasses, contact lenses, reading glasses, progressive addition lenses, or bifocals can aid to correct the effects of presbyopia. Bifocals are often prescribed for presbyopia. Bifocals are eyeglasses that have two different prescriptions in one spectacle lens. The top part of the lens corrects for distance vision and the lower portion of the lens is designed to help a person see objects up close.

New treatments on horizon are Kamra inlays which are small discs with pin hole like aperture in Center are inserted in middle of corneal layers to increase depth of focus.

Femtosecond laser assisted presbyopia correction which is a non invasive treatment .Intralenticular cuts are taken to aid in reading.

Those who want permanent correction can also undergo clear lens exchange with multi focal intraocular lenses.

You can book your appointment with our eye expert & avail the suitable treatment. Call us: (022)25441139/65926498

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5 Major Instructions Contact Lens Wearers Don’t Follow!

Contact Lens

Do you wear contact lens? If yes, then there must have been times when you had forgotten to follow the instructions given by doctor regarding wearing contact lenses. Usually, people take this medical device granted or forget to follow the daily routine and as a result they experience a lot of eye issues.

So, let’s discuss what are essential instructions contact lens wearers don’t follow –

  1. Wash hands before touching lenses –

Washing hands before touching the contact lenses is a basic instruction, which helps to keep lenses clean and eyes healthy. Think about the germs shift from door handles, countertops or keyboards to your hands and then to your contact lens. Germs can cause severe problems to your eyes, like malicious infections, which may harm your sight. So, before you touch your contact lens, go and wash your hands first!

  1. Rub the lens after taking out –

Once you take out the contact lens, before you put it in the super fresh, filled to the brim solution, rub it for five seconds between your fingers to remove deposits that have stuck to the lens.

  1. Replace old contact solution with new –

Have you ever kept your contact lens in old liquid solution? Don’t worry, you are not alone, who has committed this offense. As per the study, 96% contact lens wearer admitted that they have reused or topped of the old solution. When a contact lens sits and soaks in solution, the liquid becomes depleted of its organism-killing biocide, renders it vain for disinfecting your lenses.

  1. Rinse your lens case with solution –

Clean your lens everyday with new solution, don’t use old solution. After every use, rinse the case with contact solution and wipe it out with clean towel. Then keep the case with its caps open. Anything that can live in your eye won’t live in a dry contact lens case.

  1. Wear lenses for a longer time –

Even though, contact lenses are prescribed medical devices, participants should not wear it for a longer duration. 84% of the participants wear their contact lenses for longer than suggested time period. Whether, it is every or after 10 wears, change your contacts as often as your doctor suggests to avoid infection and eyes irritation.

Glaucoma – Can Be The Beginning Of Blindness!


In this digital centric world, it is extremely difficult to find people without a digital gadget. People either spend their majority of time on smartphones or on a laptop or desktop. However, people don’t care about how much pressure they are putting on their precious eyes. Yes, looking at the screen on a constant basis causes eye pain, eye itching, and red eyes etc. that give an indirect invitation to various severe eye diseases.

Glaucoma is one of the major eye diseases, which can cause complete blindness if it doesn’t get diagnosed at the right time. It is a second leading cause of blindness that occurs due to damaged optic nerve and this damage prominently happens due to intraocular pressure or the pressure arises inside the eyes. Optic nerve is the one, who actually supplies visual information to the brain and hence people lose sight. Because of it’s overall syndrome pattern, it is known as a ‘sneak thief of sight’!

In India Glaucoma is the 3rd leading cause of blindness. Anybody can suffer through Glaucoma; regardless of age group but still people over the age of 40 are much prone to get infected. Also, there are some risk factors, which raise the chances of getting affected such as -

-         Ethnic background

-         Elevated interaocular pressure

-         Family history of disease

-         Serious eye injury

-         Use of cortic osteroids for a longer time

If you belong any of the above risk factors, then it is highly recommended to get diagnosed as soon as possible before it becomes much severe and complicated.