At our Eye Care Centre in Calgary, Dr. Al-Ghoul and Dr. Bhamra, specialize in cataract surgery, refractive lens exchange, corneal transplantation, and corneal ectasia management. We also encourage referrals and inquires regarding other vision-related medical conditions and diseases pertaining to the eye.
A cataract is the cloudy area in your lens. Aging, injury, or other risk factors prevent light from being able to form a clear image on the retina. Symptoms of this condition include spots in the front of your eye, blurry or hazy vision, increased sensitivity to glare, and the sensation of a “film” that covers your eye.
Surgical removal of the lens followed by replacement of a plastic intraocular lens or IOL is necessary if a patient experiences substantial vision loss. Cataracts are an extremely common eye condition, and cataract surgery is the most frequently performed eye procedure.
Your cornea is the transparent portion of your eye in the front of the pupil and iris. It is responsible for refracting or bending rays of light that focus on the retina at the back of your eye. However, a particular shape or curvature is necessary to focus light precisely on the retina, instead of in front of it or behind it. When the cornea is not correctly curved, the curved cornea can cause light to focus behind or in front of the retina instead of precisely on it.
Corneal transplantation, or keratoplasty, is among the most common types of transplant surgery. It is a low-risk procedure and has a high success relate. This surgery replaces the damaged cornea with a healthy donor.
When the cornea begins to thin and bulge, the shape of it shifts from being curved to conical. This is due to a degenerative eye disorder, which results in significant vision distortion and affects one’s driving and reading abilities. Generally, this can be addressed through corrective lenses.
Curing dry eye disease can be a challenging issue to heal fully.At Seema Eye Care, our corneal specialists have had extensive corneal training in addition to many years of experience dealing with the most severe forms of dry eye disease here in Alberta. We offer many options for treating our patients with dry eyes. Some of the treatment options include Restasis, Preservative-free artificial tears, Nutraceuticals and Omega 3 supplements, Punctual occlusions and other devices, and Serum eye drops, Formulated prescribed eye drops for dry eyes, Lipiflow, Amniotic membrane transplantation, and Lid procedures for select cases. Also, we work closely with both local and US locations for fitting patients with specialized contact lenses that can offer significant relief to patients with severe dry eyes. When it comes to dry eye treatment, we ensure that we set up a customized treatment approach that is unique to each person as dry eye syndrome is multifactorial. At Seema Eye Care, we truly specialize in treating dry eye disease.
You want to know for sure that you’re getting the safest, most trusted treatment options available. Our surgeons are highly trained corneal specialists in laser vision correction as well as other anterior segment procedures. When you combine the best training and technology for vision correction, you are assured you will receive the best possible outcome.
We specialize in the medical management of diverse eye conditions, including diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, dry eyes, corneal inflammation and blepharitis. Other vision-related conditions and eye diseases will be examined by fully qualified consultants who specialize in those specific conditions.