General treatment of eye problems / Eye Check Up
Eye check up is very important for healthy eyes. Comprehensive eye care aims to ensure that people have access to eye care services that meet their needs at every stage of life. This includes not only prevention and treatment services, but also vision rehabilitation. Comprehensive eye care also aims to address the full spectrum of eye diseases.
The single most important step you can take to protect your vision and keep your eyes healthy is to go in for a comprehensive eye exam. Many eye conditions develop slowly over time and without symptoms. If detected early these conditions can be treated effectively so that they do not develop into serious eye problems.
Our Comprehensive Eye Care service offers diagnosis and treatment of common eye conditions. Dr. Sandeep Pal Bansal extensively trained and highly experienced in the care of these conditions.
Best eye check up in Jalandhar
Comprehensive eye care aims to ensure that people have access to eye care services that meet their needs at every stage of life. This includes not only prevention and treatment services, but also vision rehabilitation. Comprehensive eye care also aims to address the full spectrum of eye diseases.
Regular eye testing is needed to check if your vision is fine and the eyes are healthy. We recommend this as it helps to catch any eye diseases through testing. Each test is done with different types of equipment and techniques to evaluate every aspect of your vision health. It is essential to go for regular eye check-ups so that you can identify eye problems at an early stage and ensure optimum vision.
At Pal Hospital Eyetec Clinics & The Children Centre, eye testing procedures are designed to look for vision issues and eye diseases. During the test, your ophthalmologist(eye specialist) might ask you about your medical history including any vision problems you may be experiencing. The eye specialist will test your vision clarity to judge if you need further care.
Age-related eye diseases and conditions / Eye Test
With age our eye undergo changes. We may need glasses to see up close or you have more trouble adjusting to glare or distinguishing some colors. These changes are a normal part of aging. These changes alone should not stop us from enjoying an active lifestyle or stop us from maintaining our independence. With age, we are at higher risk of developing age-related eye diseases and conditions. These include: dry eye, cataract, glaucoma, diabetic eye disease and age-related macular degeneration.
Regular eye examinations helps to diagnose and catch hold of the problems and can be treated before it is too late. Systemic diseases like hypertension, diabetes, neuropathies all effect eyes sooner or later. Proper advice and supplements help to maintain vision.
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