Eye7 Network Hospitals are ISO 9001:2008 Certified
Eye7 Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. is a network of 5 hospitals providing world class eye care facilities. The 3 main centres are Chaudhary Eye Centre located at Daryaganj in Central Delhi, Eye7 Kalindi Colony located at Kalindi Colony near Ashram Chowk in South Delhi & Eye7 Indirapuram at Indirapuram near Shipra Vista Plaza at Indirapuram. Eye7 Hospitals is also associated with the Fortis group of multi-specialty hospitals and the eye departments of Fortis Hospital, Noida and Fortis Hospital, Karol Bagh are managed by the Eye7 group.
Eye7 has fifteen reputed eye specialists of various super-specialties and 40 Para medical staff working within the group at its various centres. Eye7 has all the latest diagnostics and treatment modalities meeting international standards which makes it a preferred destination for eye treatment for both Indian and international patients.
13.3 million laser procedures have been done worldwide making it the most preferred technique for vision correction for the last twenty years. Dr Sanjay Chaudhary has done over 20,000 procedures since 1996. The detailed evaluation of eye including corneal scanning, ultrasound and topography are done to evaluate if you are a suitable candidate.
This is the procedure of choice in high myopia where the spectacle power is more than ten, and in those situations where LASIK is not advisable. It involves implanting an ultra-thin lens within the eye. The procedure takes ten minutes; however, it takes 15 days to import this lens from Switzerland. Dr Sanjay Chaudhary has implanted more than 700 ICLs over the last six years.
The latest technique of cataract removal is Femto-Second Laser For Bladeless Robotic Cataract Surgery. The Laser enhances the skills of a surgeon to a very high level of precision, thereby making the surgery safer and better. It also has the capability of improving the vision beyond what can be achived with a conventional Phaco....
Glaucoma is the most serious eyesight threatening condition of the eye. It usually manifests as a painless gradual loss of vision. The lost vision can never be recovered. However, medical or surgical treatment can prevent or retard further loss of vision....
A cornea transplant, which replaces damaged tissue on the eye's clear surface, also is referred to as a corneal transplant, keratoplasty, penetrating keratoplasty (PK) or corneal graft. Cornea transplants are performed routinely in our hospital n fact, of all tissue transplants, the most successful is a corneal transplant.
Diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of blindness in adults. It is caused by changes in the blood vessels of the retina. In some people with diabetic retinopathy, blood vessels become leaky causing permanent visual damage......
Squint, also known as crossed eye or strabismus, is the medical term used when the two eyes are not straight. It occurs in approximately 2 to 4 percent of the population. A reduction of vision may occur in one eye in squint, especially under certain circumstances, such as late treatment.