Cornea Centre is located at Sector 22 (Opposite to the Parade Ground), Chandigarh, India and is easily approachable by rail, road and air from the National Capital New Delhi and other major towns/ Cities of the region. Nearest international airports are New Delhi and Amritsar.
Dr Ashok Sharma's Cornea Centre
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Dr Ashok Sharma, M.S.(Ophthamology) PGI, Chandigarh, MBBS(IGMC) Shimla is dedicated to excellence and provide the best possible medical care. He has been a leader in the field of ophthalmology-a branch of medicine specializing in the anatomy, function and diseases of the eye for over 27 years. He is a pioneer Cornea Transplant Surgeon and has performed maximum number of corneal transplants in the region.
Dr Ashok Sharma is one of the best Eye Specialist in Chandigarh, best Ophthalmologist in chandigarh, best eye Surgeon in Chandigarh and has over 27 years of Experience in this field.
Corneal graft can be successful in children. We perform corneal transplants for children at Dr Ashok Sharma's Cornea Centre, Sector 22, Chandigarh. She had infantile glaucoma and corneal opacity and underwent corneal grafts in both eyes. She is enjoying good vision..
HOW SAFE ARE CONTACT LENSES?
Today contact lenses have advanced and are frequently used. Disposable Contact lenses are even healthier. These contact lenses are soft membranes. They are made from a "water-loving" spongy material that has the ability to absorb water, making the lens soft and flexible.
FEAR / MYTH: Lenses can get “lost” in the eye.
The human eye is covered from all sides and does not have any space to let any foreign body to get sucked inside. The lens would normally be on the centre of the eye(black/brown part) and may rarely get displaced on the white part of the eye. Eye Care Practitioners , today recommend a very simple method of wearing and removing contact lenses So, contact lenses never get lost in the eye.
HOW LONG IS THE CLEANING PROCEDURE?
Contact lenses today have reached a far stage of development and in the process the cleaning procedures have just got friendlier. Lenses, especially disposable ones, don’t need protein removers, as they are replaced every month, making the task very simple to follow. Also, these days single solution bottles make the lens cleaning even simpler. So, the contact lens user needs to spend only a few minutes everyday to keep the lenses clean
Set a regular day for throwing away your old lenses and replacing them with a new pair.
Associate throwing away your lenses to a favorite event, for example, watching your favourite show or another television program.
If you follow a four-week replacement schedule, you might be able to link throwing away your lenses to your pay-day.
Write your lens replacement date on your calendar. If you have an electronic calendar, such as Microsoft® Outlook® or a PDA (e.g., a Palm™ Pilot), program your calendar to remind you to follow your replacement schedule.
When you open up a new box of lenses, take a permanent marker and write your "fresh lens" day or date on the individual lens packages.
Be sure to write yourself a reminder to order new lenses on your last box. You may also be able to figure out when your lenses should run out, and have your Eye Care Professional arrange to automatically ship you fresh lenses before that date.
ASTIGMATISM OR CYLINDRICAL POWER
Refers to a state of the eye, wherein the rays of light coming from a distant target, cannot focus at a single point on the retina. In this situation special lenses of different curvature are required to focus the light onto the retina
HYPEROPIA OR LONG SIGHTEDNESS
Refers to a state of the eye, wherein the rays of light coming from a distant target, get focused at a point behind the retina. In this situation, plus powered glasses or contact lenses are necessary to focus this image onto the retina
MYOPIA OR SHORT SIGHTEDNESS
Refers to a state of the eye, wherein the rays of light coming from a distant target, get focused at a point in front of the retina. In this situation, minus powered glasses or contact lenses are necessary to focus this image onto the retina