SARAKSHI

About Us

The Best Eye Hospital in Nagpur

Sarakshi Eye Hospital is a premier eye care centre in the city of Nagpur. We offer world-class treatment for all eye problems, from common vision problems to complex surgeries. Our hospital is equipped with the latest technology, and our team of skilled doctors is dedicated to providing the best possible care to our patients.

We are committed to providing quality eye care at an affordable price, and we welcome everyone who needs our help, regardless of their ability to pay. If you are looking for an excellent eye hospital in Nagpur, Sarakshi Eye Hospital is the perfect choice.

Not just better healthcare, but a better healthcare experience.

Why Choose Sarakshi


Experienced Surgeons

With experience of performing many successful critical surgeries.


Personalised Care

Doctors as well as staff care for you personally.



Esthetic and Hygiene Place

Friendly staff, and a clean and hygienic place.


Advanced Eye Care

Advanced treatments first in central India.


Proficient Ophthalmologists

Specialised in their respective medical faculties.


World-class Care

The only centre for 3D Surgery in Western and Central India.


Our Clinics

Comprehensive eye care for better visual outcomes

Vitreo-Retina Clinic

Advanced medical procedures for treating vitreoretinal diseases, performed by experienced surgeons.

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ROP Clinic

Immediate, effective, and advanced screening and management of retinopathy of prematurity.

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Cataract & IOL Clinic

Specialised and personalised treatments for all types of cataract along with multiple types of IOL power calculations.

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Glaucoma Clinic

Efficient surgical as well as non-surgical treatments for glaucoma patients with good outcomes.

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Squint Clinic

Advanced diagnosis, and basic as well as complex surgical treatments to detect and cure squint.

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Neuro Ophthalmology Clinic

Comprehensive and affordable treatments for all neuro-ophthalmological conditions.

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Uveitis Clinic

The highest quality, affordable treatments for uveitis and uveitis related conditions

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Paediatric Ophthalmology Clinic

Advanced eye care to give your child a clear vision and a bright future.

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Oculoplasty Clinic

Advanced surgical procedures to treat diseases of the ocular region.

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Our facilities

World-class facilities for comprehensive care

Cryotherapy

Advanced treatment of a variety of tissue lesions by cryotherapy experts.

Ultrasound A and B Scan

Comprehensive and latest eye ultrasonography scans with different applications.

Lenstar Biometry

Sophisticated tests to reap the full benefits of modern IOL prediction.


Fundus Photography & Fluorescein Angiography (FFA)

High-tech examinations to monitor blood flow in the retina and choroid.


Automated Perimetry (Humphrey)

Advanced analysis for measuring visual function outside the fovea.


Anterior Segment OCT (ASOCT)

Advanced analysis of the eye's angle structure in glaucoma patients with narrow or suspicious angles.


Fourier Domain Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

Quick interferometric imaging method to capture 3D images of samples.


Pachymetry

Quick and easy measurement of corneal thickness for a variety of applications.


Non Contact Tonometry

A no-contact and swift appalation of the cornea, helping you stay safe during treatment.

Specular Microscopy

Comprehensive study of the corneal layers under very high magnification.

Contact Lenses

A variety of the latest contact lenses to suit your eyes’ needs.

Low Vision Aid

Low vision assessment, guidance on the use of low vision aids, and the provision of low vision aids

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Do you have a question?

We have you covered.

Retina specialists are ophthalmologists (eye doctors) that monitor and treat diseases of retina.

Retina is the innermost layer of the posterior part of the eye that receives images and transmits them to brain.

An optometrist will conduct a standard work up which includes recording medical history and visual complaints, checking vision, eye pressure, ocular motility, and pupillary reaction. After initial examination, your both pupils will be dilated with eye drops & then retina specialist will examine you.

Retina is evaluated by Indirect Ophthalmoscope: It is done in lying position. It gives comprehensive 220 degrees complete retinal view under 2-3 times magnification. As light is bright you might experience a bit of photo-phobia (light intolerance)

No. We do recommend that you are accompanied by another individual. Your eyes will be dilated for an average of 4-6 hours causing blurry vision and affecting your ability to adjust to sunlight as well as your ability to drive.

For a new patient an appointment can take an hour or two for routine clinical retinal evaluation. If further evaluation is needed, necessary investigations may add up to your time. For review patients or during follow up, appointments vary depending on the number of tests being performed in clinic and can be from an hour to around three hours.

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