What We Do
- RADIAL KERATOTOMY
- I.O.L. implants
- Management of myopia through surgical approach
- Myopia as low vision aid
- Hypermetropia surgery
- Excimer laser surgery
- Squint correction
- Cryo surgery
- Vag laser eye surgery
- Excimer laser surgery corneal shaping surgery
- Refractive keratotomy for hyperopia
- Vag peripheral basel iridectomy
- Thermal keratotomy
- Lasik surgery
- Pedical omentopexy (Revascularisation) FOR RETINAL DEGENARATION
- Oculoplastic Surgery
- Post Sceral Support
- Laser D.C.R.
- Laser glucoma surgery .
Our Core Services
- Lasik surgery: – In Lasik surgery a LASIK surgeon creates a protective flap of tissue in the outer layer of cornea and uses a laser to remove microscopic cells in the layer beneath. After just a few minutes, the surgeon is done and puts the flap back in place, which acts like a bandage as the patient’s eyes heal. In the months following LASIK eye surgery, the patient sees with improved vision.
- PRK and Lasik surgery: –Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a procedure in which the surface of the cornea is reshaped using an excimer laser. This process removes only 5-10% of the thickness of the cornea for mild to moderate myopia – about the thickness of 1 to 3 human hairs.Anesthetic drops are applied to the patient’s eye to numb it and prevent discomfort during the PRK procedure and a device is placed to hold the lids apart, eliminating any concern about blinking. The eye surgeon then gently removes the surface corneal cells (epithelium) and proceeds with the laser aspect of the procedure.The laser, being computer driven for accuracy and precision, is programmed based on the patient’s refractive error (nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism). The laser is used for less than one minute for most patients. Once the PRK surgery is completed the doctor places a temporary contact lens which is used a bandage on the eye for improved comfort.
- Cataract surgery: – Cataract surgery is an operation to remove your eye’s lens when it is cloudy. The purpose of your lens is to bend (refract) light rays that come into the eye to help you see. Your own lens should be clear, but with a cataract it is cloudy. Having a cataract can be like looking through a foggy or dusty car windshield. Things may look blurry, hazy or less colorful.The only way to remove a cataract is with surgery. Your ophthalmologist will recommend removing a cataract when it keeps you from doing things you want or need to do.During cataract surgery, your cloudy natural lens is removed and replaced with a clear artificial lens. That lens is called an intraocular lens (IOL). Your ophthalmologist will talk with you about IOLs and how they work.
- Glaucoma surgery: – The optic nerve carries images from the retina to your brain, allowing you to see. Glaucoma is the name given to a group of conditions that cause damage to the optic nerve where it leaves your eye. It affects 1 in 50 people over the age of 40. Glaucoma can cause loss of vision.Glaucoma can be caused by an increase in pressure in the eye when the fluid that is made in the eye does not drain properly. Sometimes the optic nerve can be damaged, even though the pressure in your eye is within the normal range.Various anesthetic techniques are possible. The operation usually takes 45 to 75 minutes. Your surgeon will make a small draining hole in the lining of the white of your eye. The fluid will drain out into a space in the outer lining of your eye and collect just under your eyelid.
- Squints Surgery: – If your squint condition is very minimal or if your field of vision is not affected very much, then using glasses can be the best option for you. One of the other methods is by the usage of the eye patch. It is a procedure where the god eye is covered with an eye patch, and the other eye is left to correct on its own. However, this is a time-consuming process and can take many years to accomplish. The best way to treat a squint would be through eye surgery. It is a surgical procedure in which the muscles that move the eye are corrected. The muscles are tightened so that they lose their suppleness and focuses on staying in place. In some cases, both the eyes have to be operated upon. These types of surgeries have been perfected over the years and are now having a 100% success rate of correcting the squint. The surgery can be safely performed even on children as it is very much advisable to correct the condition at an earlier stage. As a person ages, the eye muscles tend to adjust to the crooked vision and can affix themselves to the new spot making the treatments difficult. This is a simple operation and does not require any elaborate arrangements or preoperative guidelines, and a person can usually go back to his home after a day’s session at the eye care center.
- Tearing disorder surgery: – If you have an acute infection of the system, antibiotic treatment with drainage will usually be required. After the infection has cleared, the patient will need definitive surgical repair of the nasolacrimal duct obstruction. The operation required is called Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR), in which a new channel is created to allow tears to drain into the nose again. Specific operations depend on the site of the obstruction. DCR can be done via an external wound or endoscopically.
- Amblyopia Surgery: – In a recession procedure, your eye surgeon detaches the affected outside muscle (extraocular muscle) from the eye and reattaches it (resection) farther back on the eye to weaken the relative strength of the muscle if it is too strong.In contrast, if the muscle is too weak, your surgeon may use a recession procedure to reduce strength of the opposing muscle (antagonist) to achieve more balanced function of the eye muscles.In certain cases, a resection procedure may be used to strengthen an eye muscle to correct misalignment associated with strabismus. If you have inwardly turned eyes (esotropia), the surgeon may strengthen the lateral rectus muscles — located on the side of each eye, toward the ear — by reattaching the muscle in a different location (resection). In this way, the lateral rectus muscles are relatively strengthened and they can turn the eyes farther outward. This results in better eye alignment.
We Exist for Your Healthy Eyesight
We Treat Patients like Family
Our success is based on a simple formula: treat our patients like family..We treat patients like Family: You will feel at home when you visit our hospital. Dr. P.S Hardia hospital is built on foundation of excellence, humanity and patient satisfaction. Every corner radiates our vision of servicing humanity. Here at Hardia Eye Hospital, you are more than a patient; you are family
Friendly and Knowledgeable Team
Dr. PS Hardia, is the one of the most respected and experienced experts in the field of Ophthalmology under his guidance Dr. Rajeev Hardia and his team of Ophthalmologist, Optometrists, Opticians, Ophthalmic pathology and others are committed to giving you exceptional eye care that you can trust. We offer the most-advanced technology and ensure that our doctors undergo extensive training for each vision-correction procedure implemented at our state-of-the-art eye hospital..
We are Pioneers
We are pioneers in Refractive Surgery, first Refractive surgery for (–No) R K was done in the year 1978 And started Refractive surgery for (+No) R K in the year 1984..
State of the Art Eye Hospital Advanced Technology
Dr. P. S. Hardia Advanced Eye Care and Research Institute has the latest state-of-art equipment and facilities for the best treatment of your eyes.
We are Committed to Welfare and Eye Health of Communities
Hospital organizes Free and charitable eye camps across India and other countries every year and so far 515+ eye camps have been successfully organised. Till 178 FREE EYE CAMPS IN RADIAL KERATOTOMY, 332 CAMPS IN CATARACT & IOL, 5 IN DIAGNOSES were successfully organised
Better Eye Care is Our Mission