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Top Glaucoma Specialist in Jabalpur

At JanJyoti Super Specialty Eye Hospital in Jabalpur. The second leading cause of blindness in the world is glaucoma. There are an estimated 12 million people affected in India. Our team of eye specialists in Jabalpur specialize in glaucoma surgery. Glaucoma specialists on our team have years of experience.

What is Glaucoma?

A common eye disease, glaucoma affects the nerves that send signals to the eye from the brain. As an eye disease, glaucoma damages the major nerve remaining in the back of the eye, causing vision loss and blindness.  

Several people in our country are not concerned about their eyes, so we provide free eye check-up camps in remote areas and provide eyeglasses, vitamins, and medicines to all attendees. It is through these events that eye care awareness is raised and treatments are provided for those who cannot make it to the hospital. Glaucoma is a chronic disease that damages the optic nerve and can lead to blindness if not treated properly.


Glaucoma surgery side effects

Glaucoma surgery side effects include:  

  1. Cornea problems
  2. Cataract problem 
  3. Vision loss

Before the surgery you must consider and discuss surgery pros, cons and plan.

Eye care has always been one of the most important aspects of our lives. We need to take care of it so that we can maintain a healthy lifestyle. Today, there are many hospitals that offer such services, but choosing the perfect one can be a difficult task. Dr. Pawan Sthapak Eye Hospital is dedicated to nursing and healing all eye diseases with qualified and experienced ophthalmologists and vision care specialists, who have been trained for years to provide high-quality service in all their treatments.

India is the 3rd most populous country in the world and it has been estimated that by 2050 one-sixth of the world’s population will be living in India. The Eye Institute in Jabalpur, which is being run by Dr. Pawan Sthapak, is mainly dedicated to eye care and treatment which are of utmost importance to them as they understand how crucial good vision is for a beginning.

The Eye Institute in Jabalpur has a long history of many years serving more than 7 million patients so far with its state-of-the-art facilities.

Glaucoma symptoms

Glaucoma Symptoms Include – 

  • Pain Around the Eyes, 
  • Headache
  • Colored Haloes, 
  • Blurred Vision, 
  • Visual field loss in advanced causes, 
  • Blue eyes or enlarged eyes in cases of Childhood Glaucoma

Typically, this surgery is used to treat open-angle glaucoma. It is specifically performed in Dr. Pawan Sthapak Eye Hospital in Jabalpur and takes less than an hour.

Glaucoma Surgery Process –

The surgeon will make a tiny incision in the upper portion of your eye. The incision will be concealed beneath your eyelid, where no one can see it. This opening allows excess fluid in the eye to drain, thereby reducing eye pressure.

During this surgery, you will be awake, but you will receive numbing medication to help you relax. You can typically return home the same day, but you will need a ride.

If glaucoma medications and laser therapy have not been effective in treating your eye condition, your surgeon may recommend eye surgery in Jabalpur. Surgery can’t fix glaucoma or bring back lost vision, but it can help protect your vision and keep it from getting worse.

There are several different types of glaucoma surgeries that can help reduce eye pressure:

1. Trabeculectomy 
2. Glaucoma implants surgery
3. Minimally invasive glaucoma surgical procedure (MIGS)

In case you have an infection in both eyes and both eyes have to undergo glaucoma surgery, your eye surgeon will only operate on one eye at a time.

Dr. Pawan Sthapak Eye Hospital has been in the service of the community for several years. It is one of the leading eye hospitals in India, with advanced facilities and a dedicated team of qualified staff members, vision care specialists, experienced eye specialist in Jabalpur and ophthalmologists to provide care for all eye diseases.

Present-day treatments include intraocular lens implants, corneal surgery for cataracts, glaucoma surgery for open-angle glaucoma and closed-angle glaucoma, retinal surgery for diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment surgery, macular degeneration surgery, and so on.

The hospital offers comprehensive eye care services that are tailored to the needs of its patients.