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At Dr.Sreekanth Eye Care and Research Center, our optometrists meticulously evaluate your eye power using modern, automated refraction equipment, including the Phoropter, Autorefractor, Auto lensometer, and Visual Acuity Testing for high accuracy. Additionally, we employ manual refraction systems for precision.

We stock a diverse selection of frames and lenses to match the different aesthetic preferences of our patients. Our frames and lenses are expertly fitted and promptly delivered upon order placement.

Visit our optical facility to find the perfect fit for your optical needs.


Our Products & Services:

  High quality frames of best materials personalised to suit your style and lens prescription

  Premium branded and unbranded glass & plastic lenses

  Single vision, bifocal and progressive addition lenses

  Single vision, bifocal and progressive addition lenses

  Lenses with tint, anti reflection coat, hard coat, multi coat etc.

  Readily available reading glasses of various powers

  High index lenses for high powers

  Specialized contact lens fittings, solutions and aftercare

  RGP, standard & customised soft lenses

  Rose K, Sclera & semiscleral speciality lenses

  Variety of fashionable sunglassese

  Low vision aids

Symptoms and Detection

How Keratoconus is treated?


    Depending on what you need to see at work, you might need to wear reading glasses or remove glasses that correct for nearsightedness until the effects of the eye drops wear off


    Huge strides have been made in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy. Treatments such as scatter photocoagulation, focal photocoagulation, and vitrectomy prevent blindness in most people. The sooner retinopathy is diagnosed, the more likely these treatments will be successful. The best results occur when sight is still normal.


    In photocoagulation, the eye care professional makes tiny burns on the retina with a special laser. These burns seal the blood vessels and stop them from growing and leaking.


    In scatter photocoagulation (also called panretinal photocoagulation), the eye care professional makes hundreds of burns in a polka-dot pattern on two or more occasions. Scatter photocoagulation reduces the risk of blindness from vitreous hemorrhage or detachment of the retina, but it only works before bleeding or detachment has progressed very far. This treatment is also used for some kinds of glaucoma


    Side effects of scatter photocoagulation are usually minor. They include several days of blurred vision after each treatment and possible loss of side (peripheral) vision.


    In focal photocoagulation, the eye care professional aims the laser precisely at leaking blood vessels in the macula. This procedure does not cure blurry vision caused by macular edema. But it does keep it from getting worse.


    When the retina has already detached or a lot of blood has leaked into the eye, photocoagulation is no longer useful. The next option is vitrectomy, which is surgery to remove scar tissue and cloudy fluid from inside the eye. The earlier the operation occurs, the more likely it is to be successful. When the goal of the operation is to remove blood from the eye, it usually works. Reattaching a retina to the eye is much harder and works in only about half the cases.