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FDA approved highly advance lens ‘Visian ICL’ procedure doesn’t require removal of any eye tissue. The biocompatible collamer is inserted behind the iris but in front of our natural eye lens. This new technology provides anti-reflectivity and UV protection giving ‘High Definition Vision’. Its remarkable approach is flexible and can remain in your eye for a lifetime, however if there is need, the ICL lens is removable or replaced anytime. Visian ICL is an ideal alternative over eyeglasses; contact lenses; and LASIK.

Children are another group which are vulnerable and susceptible to poor vision if not detected early.
As a parent, you may wonder whether your pre-schooler has a vision problem or when you should schedule your child’s first eye exam. Eye exams for children are extremely important.

Early identification and management is mandatory as children are more responsive to treatment when diagnosed early.

Most common problems affecting children are refractive errors either short-sightedness (myopia) or far-sightedness (hyperopia) which is easily corrected with the correct prescription for glasses. The second most common problem is strabismus or squint. Children who are born prematurely also are at risk of reduced vision and require through check up by an ophthalmologist.

It has been said that the eyes are the windows to your soul and therefore the care of the eyes are in the hands of the beholder. A thorough eye examination on a yearly basis is very important. This consists of certain standard tests like vision test and refraction, external eye examination, eye pressure test, dilated fundus examination and certain scans such as OCT and visual fields test. These test does not cause pain or discomfort and typically takes about an hour or less.

Regular eye check-ups can help diagnose a variety of eye conditions early and is the best way to healthier good vision. Strabismus (squint), lazy eyes, childhood cataract and diseases of the retina in children are some of the things that ca be picked up early and treated. There are several debilitating eye diseases that can be diagnosed even before symptoms appear and this will help prevent major vision loss. Refractive errors which are usually taken for granted can be effectively corrected.

It is recommended that a person gets his/her eyes checked throughout all phases of one’s life. Children should have their eye s checked before attending school. Adults should have their eyes checked on a yearly basis and if there are other medical illness such as diabetes, hypertension etc then eye examination becomes even more important.

Floaters and Flashes

Degeneration of the Vitreous humour (fluid between the lens and the retina) leads to posterior vitreous detachment causing  floaters and flashes in eye vision. It may cause retina tear resulting retina detachment and vision loss if untreated. Our centre provides dilated retina check and laser treatment.

Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

AMD is a serious condition affecting the central vision in individuals over the age of 60 years. It is chronic and degenerative disease and affects the macula in particular. Hence, central vision, sharpness, contract and colour differentiation is all affected at once. It is gradual and progressive if not detected early and treated. AMD is divided into 2 types – DRY and WET type. Yearly eye check in individuals who above the age of 50 years is crucial. Risk factors involve – Advancing age, family history of AMD, gender (more common in women) and race.

GLAUCOMA is a triad which include increase eye pressure, reduced field of vision and optic nerve damage causing blindness in the end. It is a silent disease without any symptoms and therefore it is also know as, ‘SILENT THIEF OF SIGHT’. If a person does not check the eye regularly this condition is easily missed.

Diabetes mellitus (DM) imposes a serious treat to vision. Individuals with DM should get complete eye examination on a yearly basis. DM affects the entire body especially eyes, it causes retinopathy which includes hemorrhages and nerves swelling. This effects are easily missed if the eye is not examine.

Symptoms include blurred central vision, refractive error in mild cases early cataract and blindness in severe cases.

Diagnosis:

  • Vision Test
  • Optical Coherent Tomography Scan
  • Intra-ocular Pressure

Management depends on the stage of Diabetic Retinopathy:-

  • Focal/Grid laser
  • Intraocular Anti Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (Anti VEGF)
  • Intraocular Steroids
  • Surgery

CATARACT is clouding of the eye’s natural lens, which lies behind the iris and the pupil. It is the most common cause of blurred vision in individual over the age of 40 and it is one of the leading cause of preventable blindness in the world. Common symptoms include dull images, glare sensitivity and double vision.

Complete assessment of the eye is mandatory before treatment. Removal of the cataract and implantation of an intra-ocular lens would restore vision almost immediately. With advancement in technology cataract surgery has become safe and effective mode of treatment today.

LASIK is an excimer laser assisted refractive surgery to reshape the cornea. The technology advanced method is performed with high accuracy in ablating necessary microscopic amounts of cornea tissue. This treatment is FDA approved and it is used to correct refractive errors of Nearsightedness (Myopia); Farsightedness (Hyperopia); and Irregular Shaped Cornea (Astigmia). LASIK is a great option over eyeglasses and contact lenses.

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Business hours:
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No A-7 & A-9, Lorong Seri Kuantan 2, Jalan Beserah, Taman Teluk Sisik, 25000, Kuantan, Pahang

T: 09 513 3860 /
    016 230 3860
F: 09 513 3814
E: kuantan@asiaeye.com.my

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Sun & PH : Closed

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43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor

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T: 04 5399 360 /
    016 5299 360
F: 04 5360 310
E: bm@asiaeye.com.my

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