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  1. How do I fix an appointment at Apex eye Clinic and what information should I provide?

    You can fix an appointment by calling on 020-65006768 or 9011494300. Provide the name of the patient, age and primary problem.

  2. What do I need to bring along with me for my appointment?

    You should bring your current prescription glasses or contact lenses for inspection. If you have your latest blood reports or any other pathology, be sure to have them handy for the Doctor. If you are currently consuming any medicines, please bring the medical prescriptions. You should also carry with you anything else that you feel is relevant to the current problem you might be facing. This may help in avoiding follow-on visit to the Clinic.

  3. Is Apex Eye Care Clinic open on Sunday?

    Apex Eye Care Clinic is closed for consultation on Sunday. In case of emergency, please call on 9011494300.

  4. I use Contact Lenses. What additional precautions do I need to take before my visit?

    You should strictly avoid using Contact Lenses for upto 24 Hours before your consultation. Make sure you carry your Contact Lens and its Kit for the Consultation as the Doctor will check its status.

    In case of an emergency, you should bring your existing prescription glasses and kit as well.

  5. How long is a Consultation session?

    If the Doctor recommends Retinal Dilation prior to examination, the session will last for atleast an Hour. If Retinal Dilation is not required, you should be done within 15 minutes.

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For Children

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For Children below 14 years

  1. When should my child have his/her first eye examination?

    Parents should ensure that their childs eyes are examined by the age of 3 years. If you suspect that your Child is facing any difficulty with his/her vision, it is recommended that you consult an Ophthalmologist as soon as possible. Early detection of a disease is most critical to avoid further complications in Children.

  2. What types of eye examinations are done for children?

    A child's eye examination is different from an adult. It is mandatory to dilate the retina of Children under 14 years of age before examination using eye drops or ointment. Refraction technique is used during the examination.

  3. My child sits close to the TV or Holds books very close to his/her face while reading. Is this harmful for his eyes?

    No, it is not harmful but will induce eye strain. It may also indicate that your child may be facing vision problems. You should consult your Ophthalmologist to rule out any vision related problem.

  4. What is a lazy eye?

    The medical term for lazy eye is Amblyopia. Firstly, it is not a disease. It is an eye condition noted by reduced vision which is not correctable by prescription eye glasses or contact lenses. Treatment is possible, if it is detected early during the developmental stage of the child’s life.

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Contact lenses or LASIK

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Contact lenses or LASIK

  1. 1. When can I consider Contact Lenses?

    It is advisable to consider the option of Contacts lenses after the age of 15-16 years. At this age, the person is mature enough to handle and take care of the lenses.

  2. 2. Which type of Contact Lenses are good?

    All Contact Lenses available in the market today are at par with each other as far as basic requirements are concerned. At the same time, each brand has additional features that make them more suitable for certain vision conditions. Your Ophthalmologist can help you decide which type of Contact Lens is suitable for your eyes after a thorough examination.

  3. 3. When can I consider the option of LASIK Surgery?

    Once you are above the age of 18, and your prescription number is constant for more than 1 year, you can consider LASIK Surgery, provided your retina and cornea are normal.

  4. 4. Which is better, Contact Lenses of LASIK?

    LASIK and Contact Lenses have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. Your Ophthalmologist can decide which option is best suited for your eyes after a detailed examination.