Shroff Eye Clinic
Focused on offering the finest! The Shroff name stands for distinction in eye care since 1919. Today, Shroff Eye is dedicated to delivering high quality, affordable healthcare to patients in India and abroad. Shroff eye has two eye hospitals, one at Marine Drive and the other in Bandra (W), Mumbai
Why Choose Us? • 85 years of distinction in eye care • Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited • Treated over 1,00,000 patients from over 52 countries • First eye hospital in India to launch the 400Hz LASIK laser • Patients include Heads of State, members of Government, members of Consulates, royalty, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, physicians from abroad, Bollywood stars, celebrities, models etc.
Meet Our Team:
Dr. Ashok C. Shroff has been at the forefront in the field of ophthalmology and has been responsible for introducing many surgical techniques and modern technology in India. In recognition of his achievements and contributions towards modern ophthalmology, he was honoured with the prestigious ‘Padma Shree’ award in 1990.
Dr. Rahul A. Shroff is a vitreo-retinal surgeon. His area of expertise lies in the management of retinal disorders such as retinal detachments, diabetic retinal involvement (diabetic retinopathy), age-related macular disorders [ARMD], retinal vascular disorders and vitreous surgery. His expertise stems from training he received at the renowned Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai.
Dr. Anand A. Shroff is a pioneer in wavefront-guided LASIK laser vision correction. Trained in England, his area of specialization extends to the management of cataract, glaucoma and corneal disorders.
Dr Abha Shroff is the Medical Director and is responsible for the organization’s overall day-to-day operations and ensures compliance with the quality program at Shroff Eye. She is also the Head of pathology of Disha Pathology Services, the pathology laboratory at Shroff Eye Hospital. Trained in ocular pathology and PCR techniques at the Duke University, Durham, North Carolina and Washington University at St.Louis, USA.
Dr Safala Shroff is the Head of Administration and Human Resources Department. Apart from this she is also the counselor for refractive surgery (LASIK).
Ms Suman Agarwal is the consultant nutritionist at Shroff Eye. Having obtained her training at the Oxford University, UK
Our patient-centric philosophy has resulted in acquiring the finest instrumentation from Carl Zeiss [Germany], including:
• ICG & Fluorescein Digital angiography and imaging systems
• Glaucoma early diagnosis and treatment systems
• Laser systems [IOL Master] for intraocular lens power calculation for cataract surgery
• Automated Spectacle analysis and computerized vision testing
• Automated corneal topography and contact lens software
These enable our surgeons to diagnose with precision and offer the best treatment options, particularly for most modern surgeries for cataract [phacoemulsification], the retina and vitreous, LASIK, glaucoma, squint, keratoplasty, cornea, and oculoplasty.
Modern technology yet a humane touch!
‘Patient Satisfaction’ always comes first at Shroff Eye. With this aim in mind, Shroff Eye is equipped with the finest talent of doctors and staff and with the latest diagnostic and surgical instrumentation.
Observing internationally accepted protocols and standards of medical hygiene and patient comfort, the medical care provided by Shroff Eye is considered at par with the best eye hospitals in the world.
A Realm Of Super-Specialty Services
Shroff Eye runs several super-specialty clinics for the singular purpose of preserving vision in chronic sight–threatening conditions.
The superspeciality clinics cater to:
Cornea & Keratoplasty
Shroff Eye Hospital is pleased to announce that the Joint Commission International (International Division of JCAHO, USA) has given accreditation to the hospital for excellence in patient care and health care delivery.
Some treatments offered:
Laser-assisted in situ Keratomileusis (LASIK)For people requiring a very large amount of visual correction, a procedure called Laser Assisted in situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) may be the best way to achieve clear, natural vision.
LASEK(Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis) is a relatively new procedure that is technically a variation of LASIK, and is also called epithelial LASIK or E-LASIK. LASEK is used mostly for people in the higher refractive range where corneas are too thin or too flat for LASIK.
Cataract surgery:This can be performed as soon as the patient feels handicapped in performing routine activities at work and leisure. In modern times it is neither advisable to wait for the cataract to mature (as it can lead to complications like glaucoma), nor necessary, as we have access to "state-of-the-art" surgery. For performing phacoemulsification it is desirable to get surgery done before the cataract fully matures. Phacoemulsification is performed through a 1.4-2.75 mm incision using a thin titanium probe, which emits high-speed ultrasound waves.
Diabetic retinopathy surgery:When the retina is affected by diabetes, weakened blood vessels may leak fluid or blood, causing damage to the retina. This is called DIABETIC RETINOPATHY. PHOTOCOAGULATION involves the use of a LASER beam to seal leaking blood vessels and prevent growth of abnormal blood vessels. In the VITRECTOMY operation, opaque vitreous gel is removed from within the eye by a special instrument that simultaneously sucks and cuts the vitreous.
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