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providing various services and ophthalmic surgeries

For treatment of various eye diseases, be sure to consult with Healtha consultants. The success rate of ophthalmic surgeries and surgeries by Healtha Medical Team is very high.

To this purpose, be sure, Healtha Medical Park has the best medical teams and ophthalmology treatment centers with the best and highest quality medical equipment necessary for patients who need surgery and treatment of various eye diseases, with peace of mind through Healtha. To be examined, operated on and treated.

All ophthalmologists in Healtha Medical Park Complex have a brilliant record that the number of surgeries in the field of ophthalmology is very high, so patients will be very comfortable about this.

Since all ophthalmic surgeries are very sensitive and since the team of ophthalmologists must be specialists in this field, fortunately, Healtha Medical Park Center has a highly specialized and advanced center in the field of ophthalmology. It is unique in terms of the quality of equipment and eye operations.

Ophthalmology services offered at Healtha Medical Park Center include the following:

Glaucoma treatment – Cataract treatment – Tear duct surgery – Lochia treatment – Corneal transplantation – Eye plastic (treatment of drooping eyelids) – LASIK and cosmetic eye augmentation surgery.

 

For more information, refer to the relevant pages of each treatment field, and also contact Healtha consultants at the earliest opportunity by calling Healtha WhatsApp numbers or by chatting online on the Healtha website.

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FAQ

FAQ

What Can Corneal Transplants Help?

If your cornea has been damaged or impaired in some way, you may need a corneal transplant so that you can get better vision. Common conditions which can benefit from corneal transplant include:

Corneal wounds or scarring secondary to an injury, infection, or past eye operation

Keratoconus, which causes your cornea to bulge abnormally

Thinning, swelling, and clouding of the cornea

Other inherited disorders that impact corneal integrity, including Fuchs’ corneal dystrophy

How long you can see after corneal transplant?

Your vision may be blurry for a period of time after surgery. For some people, it may take 6 to 12 weeks to get the full benefits of surgery and to see as clearly as possible. Your doctor will give you eyedrops to help your eye heal and prevent your body from rejecting the donor tissue.

Do corneal transplants last forever?

It’s important to understand that the corneal graft will not last forever. How long it lasts depends on the reason for the transplant. For example, a transplant in a patient with keratoconus usually lasts 15 to 20 years.

What happens if corneal transplant fails?

Failure can occur for a number of reasons, the most common one being endothelial decompensation, either due to graft rejection or “endothelial exhaustion,” where enough of the endothelial cells die off and the cornea becomes edematous. When this occurs, the cornea becomes cloudy and vision worsens.

Who Can donate eyes?

Eyes should be donated within 6-8 hrs of death.” Anyone can be donor, irrespective of age, sex, blood group or religion.” Anyone with cataract or spectacles can donate eyes. ” Person suffering from hypertension, diabetes can also donate eyes.”

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