Bhubaneswar: Odisha Governor Prof. Ganeshi Lal Sunday urged all to take utmost care of eyes as it is the most precious and important human sensory organ.
“Eyes not only help us in visualizing, they are also used as a medium for expressing our feelings,” Prof. Lal said inaugurating Centre For Sight Group of Eye Hospitals here.
The facility entered Odisha with the opening of its state-of-the-art eye hospital in Bhubaneswar.
Unveiling the advanced world-class eye care hospital with the latest technology backed by a trusted team of doctors, Centre for Sight group has taken yet another step towards providing better and qualitative eye care services in the eastern part of India.
The eye care centre in Bhubaneswar is specialized in providing comprehensive ophthalmic services from advanced cataract solutions to diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, all kinds of complex surgeries along with holistic and affordable eye care services all under one roof which makes it an ideal one-stop eye care destination. The centre will also have an optical wing CFS Vision that will provide complete eyewear solutions.
The Centre at Bhubaneswar has four consultation chambers equipped with state-of-the-art technologically and advanced modular operation theatres.
The centre is equipped with all the latest and advanced machines to offer world-class eye care. Micro incision cataract surgery (MICS) with phacoemulsification (phaco) is followed by implantation of foldable advanced lenses – trifocal, multifocal, toric, EDOF, and advanced design intraocular lens (IOL). It is a walk-in, walk-out procedure – stitchless, bloodless, painless surgery with quick healing and post-operative recovery.
Centre for Sight offers an all-inclusive medical and surgical management of complex vitreoretinal diseases with the best possible outcomes. Cases of diabetic retinal disease, macular degeneration, and retinal detachment are treated by experienced retinal surgeons using the most advanced machines.
The expert team at Bhubaneswar is augmented with visiting consultants from Delhi and Kolkata. Tele-consultation with super-specialist doctors across the CFS network is also available to ensure that quality eye care for even the most complex diseases is made available to the people of Odisha.
“India has around 12 million blind people which makes it home to one-third of the world’s blind population. There is a growth in super specialty and advanced eye care but still, it is not evenly distributed across India. We are on a mission to bring affordable world-class eye care in every part of India because at Centre For Sight, we believe that every eye deserves the best,” said Dr. Mahipal Singh Sachdev, Chairman and Managing Director, Centre For Sight Group of Eye Hospitals.