Best Eye Hospital for Cataract Surgery in Jalandhar – Innocent Hearts Eye Centre


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Greetings everyone, I am Dr. Rohan Bowry, and I am proud to be associated with Innocent Hearts Eye Center. As many of you already know, Innocent Hearts has a well-deserved reputation for excellence in education and healthcare services in our town. Our primary mission is to provide education and medical care to all at affordable prices. In line with this mission, we have established the Innocent Heart Medical Care Center and the Innocent Heart Multispecialty Hospital, and we are excited to add Innocent Hearts Eye Center to our family. Our focus at the eye Center is to provide quality eye care services.
We have invested in the latest equipment and 5-star facilities to ensure that our patients receive the best care possible. Our counseling unit provides informative videos to educate our patients about procedures, pre and post-operative precautions, and medication usage. We are proud to have the latest diagnostic equipment for scanning nerves, lenses, and other eye-related ailments. In addition to our commitment to providing exceptional care, we also believe in adopting environmentally conscious practices, which is why we have implemented a “no paper” policy and send all patient data through email. Our registration process is simple – we take your photo, check your eyesight and provide a prescription for medication and glasses, which is then sent to your email address. We also have an optical shop where you can select your glasses frames, and a pharmacy where you can buy your medicines, our staff will guide you on the proper usage of your medication. At Innocent Hearts, we have a dedicated team that takes care of our patients at every step of the way.

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You can call us on - 98759 69672​ or can book online or can come physically for the appointment.


General Check Up

Eye pressure, vision, and spectacles number will be checked by an optometrist.


Doctor Consultaion

Doctor will check up on slit lamp and perform an entire eye examination. medication/treatment and spectacles number will be given based on the findings.


Pharmacy/Optical Shop

Prescribed medication can be obtained from the pharmacy, and spectacles can be purchased from the optical shop.


FAQs for Eye Treatments

Let us answer your queries to the most frequently asked questions, to clear all your doubts.

There is a painless gradual decrease in vision. Early cataract is associated with difficulty in reading in normal light conditions, and extra illumination is required. Excessive glare and reduced sharpness can make night driving difficult. Some experience a rapid changes in the number / power of glasses. In advanced cases there is complete loss of sight and lens becomes pearly white in colour. If you experience any of the following issues, schedule an appointment with your eye doctor immediately: Cloudy or blurry vision Double vision (diplopia) Fading of colours Seeing halos around lights An increased sensitivity to glare A distortion of vision that makes objects appear as if you’re looking at them through a veil.
There is a painless progressive reduction of vision. Initially some help is achieved by changing the spectacle number, but in advance cases the spectacles also prove to be ineffective. Cataracts are the world’s leading cause of blindness, accounting for approximately 42 percent of all cases of blindness in all the countries, luckily its easily treatable in the present age through a simple surgery.
There is no medication for treating cataract but surgery has long proven to be an effective treatment of the disorder. With the advancement in technology, it is now safer than ever to get your vision corrected with minimal risks to your vision. The decision to have surgery depends on the degree to which your vision in impaired. Although some persons with cataracts find that their vision improves by using eyeglasses, magnifying lenses or stronger lighting, the only real way to cure cataracts is by surgery. If cataracts affect both eyes, each eye operation is scheduled and performed separately

The common surgical procedures are: Extracapsular cataract extraction. In this procedure, the lens is either broken up using ultrasound waves (a process called phacoemulsification, or phaco), then extracted through a tiny hollow tube, or it is removed in one piece. The normal lens capsule surrounding the lens is left intact.

Once the lens is removed, it may be replaced by one of three options: An intraocular lens (an artificial lens placed in the eye during cataract surgery); A contact lens; or Special cataract glasses with very powerful magnification. Currently, about 99 percent or more of patients use an intraocular lens.

Modern cataract surgery takes just a few minutes to administer and the recovery period is also minimal. In the first week after surgery, it generally is recommended that the patient keep his or her eye covered at all times, either with eyeglasses or an eye shield, to protect it from being bumped or rubbed. A small amount of pressure can easily open the incision, and protecting the eye prevents this.

The patient is also asked to refrain from Bending with the head below the waist, Lifting more than 10 pounds, and Straining (on the toilet, for example) to the point of holding one’s breath.

A few weeks after the surgery, the patient may be prescribed glasses for near work. The artificial lenses last a lifetime and complications due to the lens are rare and are easily corrected

Yes. These are called multifocal intra-ocular lenses or extended range sense sand give good vision without glasses for distance and reading. However in certain eye condition, a need for using a little spectacle correction may be felt for very fine work.
Not necessarily. Increased eye pressure means you are at risk for glaucoma but does not mean you have the disease. A person has glaucoma only if the optic nerve is damaged. If you have increased eye pressure but no damage to the optic nerve, you do not have glaucoma. However, you are at risk. Follow the advice of your eye care professional.
Yes. Glaucoma can develop without increased eye pressure. This form of glaucoma is called low-tension or normal-tension glaucoma. It is not as common as open-angle glaucoma.

If you have a family history of glaucoma
If you experience blurring of vision
If you see haloes around light
If you suffer from frequent headaches
Frequent change of glasses due to decreasing eyesight