Services & Price
Bajaj Eye Hospital offers all services for eye treatment: such as Free OPD for all patients, minor operation, examination of refraction error, cataract surgery by PHACO emulsification technique using IOL of Indian and International make.

The lenses used of good quality and the costs vary depending on the type of lenses preferred by the patient. All lenses come with UV Filter.

Following is the list of services and the corresponding rate:

1. O.P.D   : Full Consultation – completely free of cost. - 
      This includes refraction calculation by Grand Seko, Japan machine, and checking the spectacles,Checking EYE Pressure with TOPCOM Japan, EOP Machine,Fundus Camera OCT with Zeis Germany machine, Perimetry with Zeis Germany machine.
2. Minor Operation  : Cost depends on nature of operation
3. Cataract Surgery

Rs. 6,000/- PHACO Emulsification using Indian make IOL

    Rs. 11,000/- PHACO Emulsification using India make HD IOL
      Rs.15,000/- PHACO Emulsification using India make HD Gold IOL with better clarity.
      Rs.20,000/- PHACO Emulsification using Imported ALCON Acrysoft IQ Lense

Eye Problems/Surgery Explained

PHACO Operations: PHACO or Phacoemulsification refers to modern cataract surgery in which the lens inside eye that has become cloudy is removed and replaced with an artificial lens (called an intraocular lens, or IOL) to restore clear vision.

SICS: Small Incision Cataract Surgery: This technique is an evolution of ECCE (Extracapsular cataract extraction) where the entire lens is expressed out of the eye through a self-sealing scleral tunnel wound. Two main types of surgical procedures are in common use throughout the world. The first procedure is Phaco and the second involves SICS surgery.

Yag Laser PCO (Posterior Capsular Opacification): After cataract surgery, some people notice cloudiness (sometimes called aftercataract) after several months or years. YAG laser posterior capsulotomy reduces glare and improves vision. It lets light pass through cloudy regions of the lens capsule that may develop after cataract surgery.

Pterygium (conjunctiva): Pterygium (pronounced tur-IJ-ee-um) is a common eye condition that affects people who spend a lot of time outdoors. Because it often affects surfers, it is also known as surfer's eye.

Squint (Strabismus): A squint is a condition where the eyes do not look together in the same direction. Whilst one eye looks straight ahead, the other eye turns to point inwards, outwards, upwards or downwards. Squints are common and affect about 1 in 20 children.

Chalazion (Cyst): A chalazion is a cyst (a small sac of fluid) on the inside of the eyelid. It's also called a meibomian cyst. A chalazion can be mistaken for a stye and can grow to the size of a pea. If a chalazion is large, causing discomfort or affecting vision, it can be removed using surgery. The transfer of dirt, debris, Cosmetics, bacteria etc into or around your eyes can lead to the formation of these unsightly lumps or cysts.