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Ramole Eye Hospital in Nashik is NABH Accredited Advanced Eye Care Centre in Nashik with all facilities like Advance PHACO Micro Surgery (MICS), Toric Lens Implant, New Refractive Tricofocal Implant, Contoura Lasik Vision Surgery, Advanced Surface Treatment, Phakic Implant (Phakic Lens/ICL), Keratoconus Treatment (C3R) etc. with Specialised & Customized Facilities available for All Age Groups including Pediatric to Senior Citizens. We provide all types of Mediclaim, ESIC, Facilities too.

Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA) surgery

Pediatric ophthalmology is a subspecialty of ophthalmology that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye conditions and visual problems in infants, children, and adolescents. Pediatric ophthalmologists at Ramole Eye Hospital are specially trained to address the unique eye care needs of young patients, including newborns and children with complex medical conditions or developmental disorders.

The field of pediatric ophthalmology encompasses a wide range of conditions and issues, including:

  1. Refractive Errors: Pediatric ophthalmologists diagnose and manage refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism in children. They may prescribe glasses or contact lenses to correct refractive errors and monitor visual development over time.

  2. Amblyopia (Lazy Eye): Amblyopia is a condition characterized by reduced vision in one eye due to abnormal visual development during childhood. Pediatric ophthalmologists use various treatments, including patching therapy, eye drops, or vision therapy, to improve vision in the affected eye and prevent permanent vision loss.

  3. Strabismus (Crossed Eyes): Strabismus is a misalignment of the eyes, where one or both eyes may turn inward, outward, upward, or downward. Pediatric ophthalmologists evaluate and treat strabismus using methods such as eye muscle surgery, glasses, or vision therapy to improve eye alignment and restore binocular vision.

  4. Pediatric Cataracts: Pediatric ophthalmologists diagnose and manage cataracts in infants and children, which can affect vision development if left untreated. Surgical removal of the cataract and implantation of an intraocular lens may be necessary to restore vision and prevent amblyopia.

  5. Congenital Eye Disorders: Pediatric ophthalmologists treat congenital eye disorders such as congenital glaucoma, congenital ptosis (droopy eyelids), congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction (blocked tear duct), and congenital anomalies of the optic nerve or retina.

  6. Genetic Eye Diseases: Pediatric ophthalmologists manage genetic eye diseases and syndromes that affect vision, such as retinoblastoma, congenital hereditary retinal dystrophies, and genetic syndromes with ocular manifestations.

  7. Eye Injuries: Pediatric ophthalmologists provide emergency care and long-term management for eye injuries in children, including corneal abrasions, traumatic cataracts, hyphemas (bleeding inside the eye), and orbital fractures.

    Pediatric ophthalmology requires specialized training and expertise in both pediatric eye conditions and the unique aspects of pediatric eye care, including child-friendly examination techniques, communication with young patients and their families, and collaboration with other pediatric specialists. Early detection and intervention are crucial for optimizing visual outcomes and promoting healthy vision development in children. Regular eye examinations by our Expert Pediatric Ophthalmologist at Ramole Eye Hospital are recommended to monitor eye health and detect any potential issues early.

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