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Most Common Eye Problems in Children

SQUINT:- Squint in children is often misunderstood as a sign of good luck. It could be the harbinger of a serious underlying disease. Strabismus alters the alignment of the two eyes and makes it difficult to see three-dimensional objects (what we call stereopsis). The extra squint can cause one eye to become amblyopic, which should be treated by patching the good eye. Apart from all this, strabismus in children has important cosmetic ramifications and reduces the child’s self-confidence. We provide the best treatment to correct the child’s squint. Strabismus correction does not happen on its own, and your strabismus treatment or surgery (if necessary) should begin as soon as possible to have the best chance of improvement.

CATARACT:-  Cataracts in children – it is a misnomer that cataracts occur only in adults. Cataracts in children are rarer, but assume the same meaning if we consider the concept of blind years since children would live longer. Further delay in treatment can lead to amblyopia, which can be very difficult to treat.

TUMORS:- Tumors in children Various tumors such as retinoblastoma and rhabdomyosarcoma can occur in children. Regular checkups are needed if the child has received radiation for any reason or if the parents have a history of malignancy.

Vitamin A Deficiency and keratomalacia:-  Unfortunately, this is still a serious problem. This can be common in children with nutritional deficiencies, especially if there is intercurrent illness. Exclusive breastfeeding is mandatory in the first four to six months of life. Children who are weaned early are at particular risk for vitamin A deficiency. This condition can lead to corneal melting and permanent, often untreatable, vision loss.

AMBLYOPIA:- Patients experience a delay in reacting to the brain’s command to focus their vision on objects. Amblyopia usually occurs in either eye. The patient’s eyes do not follow the instructions as soon as possible. The eyes react very slowly and a time lag occurs when the eye begins to search for objects. Lazy eye leads to amblyopia and severe vision loss occurs when patients ignore treatment at the first of complications.

PTOSIS:- this refers to the drooping of the eyelids. This could be myogenic or neurogenic. When severe, it can interfere with vision and cause amblyopia. The mildest cases are associated with refractive errors.

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Move beyond your child eye problems and begin thier healing journey with Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital. Our team is always available to answer your queries concerning Squint & Paediatric or any other concerns about Squint treatment. You can visit our hospital to get free Counseling.

Your child deserves the best, that's why Visioncare SSEH is the right choice.

Why Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital

  • Age No Bar: We have patients from newborns to more than 80 years of age
  • We have an able paediatric eye specialist team that works with the most advanced technologies  modern facilities
  • We are the best choice for your child’s Eyecare in the whole Western Uttar Pradesh located in Meerut.
  • Our pediatric super-specialist team of doctors is always available to provide the best suitable treatment for everyone.

which services Visioncare SSEH offers for Childerns

  • Infections like conjunctivitis
  • Strabismus or squint eye treatment (squint surgery)
  • Blocked tear ducts
  • Ptosis
  • Abnormal vision development
  • Retinopathy of prematurity
  • Amblyopia
  • Convergence insufficiency
  • Congenital malformations
  • Refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, etc

The Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital team of paediatric ophthalmologists offers all forms of squints treatment. Based on the patient’s condition, our team of super specialist doctors provides the correct consultation and treatment that will correspond to the specific eye condition.

With over a decade of squint treatment in Meerut of experience in eye care and squint correction surgery, choosing Visioncare SSEH for Squints surgery is the right decision for you and your child. We are located in Meerut city of Uttar Pradesh and we are proudly the first Super Speciality eye hospital in western Uttar Pradesh, the Visioncare SSEH mission is to help people struggling with eye disorders, diseases and eye problems.

The surgeon who performs Squint correction surgery must know the exact cause of misaligned eyes. Imbalanced muscles, nerve defects, or any other condition may be the reason the eyes roll back.
After a complete eye exam, which includes a complete study of the internal parts of the eye, our super specialists’ surgeons at Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital advise the appropriate optical, medical or surgical therapy.
Squint treatment or crossed eye treatment should be early and aggressive. If eye rolling is constant and patchy, glasses (bifocals, binoculars, etc.) do not eliminate eye rolling; then, surgery should be considered.

Call us today to book your appointment

7310-74-74-74

Move beyond your child eye problems and begin thier healing journey with Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital. Our team is always available to answer your queries concerning Squint treatment in Meerut & Paediatric or any other concerns about Squint treatment. You can visit our hospital to get free Counseling.

Top Paediatric & Squint Surgeons in Meerut at Visioncare super specialty eye hospital.

At Visioncare SSEH we make sure that your health is a top priority. Our surgeons especially Visioncare SSEH Director Dr. Shakeel Ahmad with over 18 years of surgical experience and the best squint surgeon in Meerut also ensure that at every step of the surgery, the patients are taken good care of, and they have all the answers to their questions. We have some of the best cataract surgeons in Western Uttar Pradesh who have numerous years of experience and have been working with us for a very long time.

Dr. Shakeel Ahmad

LASIK / Refractive – ICL – Cataract

Frequently Asked Questions about Cataract Treatment in Meerut

What are the common symptoms of a cataract?

Cataracts grow gradually with the slow blurring of vision that is not correctable by glasses. Some people get their vision quickly deteriorated, with difficulty in nighttime driving, glares, halos, and overall foggy vision.

Does cataract happen in children?

Cataracts can happen in children. Any white reflex observed in children should be taken very seriously. Visit a paediatric ophthalmologist at Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital for prompt diagnosis and management.

Do cataracts develop due to getting old?

Cataracts commonly occur in adult life. These are age-induced cataracts and may develop after 40 years of age. But not all people develop a cataract in old age and not all who develop it require treatment.

How long does the cataract surgery take?

Cataract surgery typically lasts for 15-20 minutes.

If I have a cataract in both eyes, can they be treated at the same time?

Cataract generally develops in one eye faster than the other, so it is advisable to operate the one in worse condition first. But it is possible in exceptional situations to operate on both at the same time at Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital after understanding the pros and cons of the process.

I cant see anything clearly after the operation. What should I do?

Give your eyes some time before it gets back to normal vision. Vision may be impaired for the first few days of cataract surgery.

Can an artificial lens become cloudy later?

No. It doesn’t happen. However, over time posterior capsule opacification may develop, which is removed using a laser on an outpatient basis.

Where can I get the best cataract eye surgery in Meerut?

If you are looking for cataract eye surgery in Meerut, then Visioncare Super Speciality Eye Hospital is one of the best places to go for treatment. We have highly qualified doctors and our founder Dr. Shakeel Ahmad itself and state-of-the-art equipment to give the best treatment and care to the patients.