Noida Sector 12

Noida Sector 11


Preet Vihar, Delhi

Pandav Nagar, Delhi






Eye Disorders and Diseases


Characterized by the formation of dense, cloudy areas in one or both eyes, cataracts hinder clear vision. Symptoms include clouded vision, glare sensitivity, halos around lights, double vision, and fading colors. Our facility provides treatments like Phacoemulsification, MICS, and FLACS for effective cataract resolution.


This disease damages the optic nerve, leading to permanent vision loss if untreated. Often symptomless except for gradual vision loss, regular eye checkups are crucial, especially after the age of 40. Metro Hospital utilizes advanced equipment like OCT, Perimetry, and Pachymetry for diagnosis, offering treatments ranging from medications to advanced surgery.


Commonly known as pink eye, this inflammation of the inner eyelid and outer eyeball membrane can result from bacteria or viruses. Symptoms include redness, irritation, tearing, and discharge. Our eye treatments for conjunctivitis are tailored to individual health conditions.


When eyes aren’t aligned, causing them to move in different directions, squint arises. Nerve injury or dysfunction in eye muscles can be responsible. Metro Eye Care provides treatments including lasers and advanced surgeries to address squint-related concerns.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

AMD blurs central vision, impacting activities like reading and driving. As the name suggests, it predominantly affects older adults. Our diagnostics include OCT and FFA, with facilities for intravitreal injections available.

Refractive Error

A common eye problem affecting many, refractive errors can be corrected through treatments, offering freedom from spectacles.

Diabetic Retinopathy

Resulting from diabetes, this condition damages the retina. Diagnostics involve FFA and OCT, with laser treatments available.

Retinal Detachment

A serious condition where the retina pulls away from its normal position, leading to vision loss. Prompt surgical intervention is necessary.

Corneal Diseases

Various conditions affecting the cornea, such as infections, injuries, and dystrophies, are diagnosed and treated using state-of-the-art techniques.


Inflammation of the uvea, the middle layer of the eye, can cause eye redness, pain, and vision changes. Treatment involves addressing the underlying cause and managing inflammation.

Early Diagnosis, Advanced Treatments

At Metro Healthcare, our state-of-the-art clinical care and infrastructure empower us to deliver the best eye care and treatments. From Glaucoma Diagnostic Surgery, Eye Ultrasound, Lasers, Cornea Diagnostic & Surgery, Retina and Vitreous Diagnostics, plastic surgery of the eye, low vision aids, Paediatric Ophthalmology, to comprehensive eye examinations — we offer a comprehensive suite of services.

Renowned as the best eye care hospital in Faridabad, we conduct Speciality OPDs to address patients’ preventive and primary healthcare requirements, ensuring a holistic approach to eye care. Metro Hospital: where vision meets excellence, transforming lives one clear sight at a time.

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Meet our team of medical experts, dedicated to providing exceptional care and expertise. With decades of combined experience, our specialists bring cutting-edge knowledge and personalized treatment approaches to address a wide range of health conditions. From preventive care to advanced interventions, trust our experts to guide you on your journey to optimal health and well-being.

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Frequently asked questions

Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of eye disorders and diseases. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors who specialize in the medical and surgical care of the eyes, including vision correction, eye diseases, and eye surgery.

Common eye conditions include refractive errors (such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism), cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye syndrome, and eye infections (such as conjunctivitis).

Symptoms of eye problems vary depending on the condition but may include blurry vision, difficulty seeing at night, eye pain or discomfort, redness, itching, tearing, double vision, floaters (spots or specks in the vision), and sudden changes in vision.

The frequency of eye exams depends on factors such as age, overall health, and any existing eye conditions. As a general guideline, adults with no known eye problems should have a comprehensive eye exam every 1-2 years, while individuals with existing eye conditions or risk factors may need more frequent exams as recommended by their eye care provider.

Eye exams typically involve a series of tests to evaluate vision, eye health, and eye function. These tests may include visual acuity testing, refraction assessment, eye pressure measurement (tonometry), dilated eye examination, and additional tests based on individual needs.

To protect your eyes from damage, it’s important to practice good eye hygiene and adopt healthy habits. This includes wearing sunglasses with UV protection, using protective eyewear during activities that pose a risk of eye injury, taking regular breaks when working on digital screens, eating a balanced diet rich in eye-healthy nutrients, and avoiding smoking.

Yes, certain eye conditions and diseases have a genetic component and can run in families. Conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and refractive errors may have a hereditary link. If you have a family history of eye problems, it’s essential to inform your eye care provider and undergo regular eye exams for early detection and treatment.

Sudden vision changes or vision loss should be taken seriously and prompt medical attention sought. If you experience sudden blurry vision, flashes of light, floaters, eye pain, or any other unusual symptoms affecting your vision, contact your eye care provider immediately for evaluation and treatment.

While some age-related eye diseases, such as macular degeneration and cataracts, cannot be entirely prevented, adopting a healthy lifestyle can help reduce the risk and slow the progression of these conditions. Eating a diet rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids, maintaining a healthy weight, quitting smoking, protecting your eyes from UV radiation, and managing chronic health conditions such as diabetes and hypertension can support eye health as you age. Regular eye exams are also crucial for early detection and management of age-related eye diseases.