The Eye-Q hospital chain is committed to providing best quality eye care at affordable cost across India. We are an ISO 9001-2015 registered organization operating under the leadership of our Founder and CMD- Dr. Ajay Sharma- one of the most renowned eye surgeons in India, aided by a team of specialists with rich experience in their respective specialties from top hospitals across the country.
Established in 2007, Eye-Q is today a chain of 44 super speciality eye hospitals with centres in Delhi-NCR, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Gujarat. It has recently extended its services in Maharashtra and is soon going to launch its operations in Africa with a centre in Lagos, Nigeria.
To be India’s foremost chain of eye hospitals in terms of both Quality of eye care and the Number of patients handled.
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Anything you see is an image that enters your eye in the form of light. Inside your eye is a lens, much like the lens of a camera. The lens focuses the light rays coming through the pupil onto the retina at the back of the eye. The different parts of the retina collect this light and send a message to your brain, enabling you to see. A cloudy lens is called a cataract. It is not a growth or a film over the eye.
Lasik Vision Correction, the most state-of-the-art vision-correcting procedure offered now a days, is helping thousands of people, who never imagined of being independent of visual aids, to see without any obstruction as well as clearly.
The eye functions like a camera. Light rays entering the eye are focused by the cornea and the lens of the eye onto the light sensitive retina (which is like the film of a camera) at the back of the eye. The retina then transmits a clear image, or photo, to the brain. In people with refractive error (or poor vision, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness), the light rays do not get focused on to the retina and blurred images are formed. These can be measured as aberration patterns.
Majority of retinal diseases are symptomless and have nonoticeable symptoms in their initial stage, the stage at which they can be treated with best results. Therefore, timely detection of retinal diseases is a vital part of eye care. It becomes very important for patients, particularly those at increased risk, to get routine screening by medical as well as surgical retina specialists who are accomplished in detecting and treating these disorders.