• Delhi Eye Centre
  • Eye Surgeon
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  • Cataract

    Cataract SurgeryCataract is a natural clouding of the clear natural crystalline lens in the eyes. This is a normal outcome of the aging process but may also result out of trauma to the eye, heredity or diabetes. It is because of heredity that one sees infantile cataracts in some newborn babies.

  • Contact Lenses

    Contact LensesThese thin plastic discs correct and improve all types of defective vision. They are also used for bandaging the eye after surgery and for cosmetic purposes i.e. to change the color of the eye. Contact Lenses are divided into Rigid and soft lenses with varying levels of oxygen absorbency.

  • Cornea

    CorneaThe cornea is the transparent front part of the eye that covers the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber. It is the clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye. It is responsible for more than 2/3rd of the eye’s focusing power. In humans, the refractive power of the cornea is approximately 43 dioptres.

  • Diabetic retinopathy

    Diabetic retinopathyRetina is the neurosensory layer of the eye which is present inside and at the back of the eye. It is on the layer through an image seen by the eye is formed, which is converted to nerve signals and transferred to the brain. Hence person with a normal eye but with a retina disease will have poor vision.

  • Glaucoma

    Glaucoma TreatmentGlaucoma has been rightly called the “The silent stealer of eyesight”. The loss of vision is so gradual from along the periphery of the eye that the patient is largely unaware of the loss. What is most tragic is that vision loss due to glaucoma is irreversible.

  • Low vision Aids

    Low vision AidsWe help in improving the quality of life of those patients whose vision cannot be improved by any kind of surgery or normal spectacles. Various means such as Magnifiers, Telescopes, Computer and Mobile software, Non Optical Devices, Basic Orientation & mobility training,

  • Neuro

    NeuroNeuro-ophthalmology includes loss of sight due to injury to the brain or the optic nerves which transmits visual signals from the eyes to the brain. Such injury can be caused by trauma, inflammation, strokes, tumors, toxicities and infections.

  • Oculoplasty

    OculoplastyOculoplasty is the art and science of plastic surgery around the eye. The eyeball is a delicate structure, protected from harm by eyelids in front and the bony cup (socket) behind. Behind the eyeball run the nerves, arteries and muscles, which carry messages to the brain, move the eyeball,

  • Pediatric Eye Care

    Pediatric Eye CareThe Pediatric Optometry and Binocular Vision Service is a specialty which provides vision and eye care for children from birth to an age of 18 years. The service also provides specialty care for adults and children with binocular vision problems including amblyopia (lazy eye) and strabismus (squint/eye turns).

  • Refractive Surgery

    Refractive SurgeryThis is the test that your eye doctor uses to determine your exact eyeglass prescription.
    During refraction, the doctor puts the instrument called a phoropter in front of your eyes and shows you a series of lens choices. He or she will then ask you which of the two lenses in each choice looks clearer.

  • Squint

    SquintSquint is a misalignment of the two eyes so that both the eyes are not looking in the same direction. This misalignment may be constant, being present throughout the day, or it may appear sometimes and the rest of the time the eyes may be straight. It is a common condition among children.

  • Uveitis

    UveitisThe uvea plays an important role in the normal functioning of the eye. The iris, the ciliary body and the choroid is called the uvea. The iris provides the eye with oxygen and nutrients; it acts as a shutter, controlling the amount of light entering the eye and also contains muscles that help the eye to focus.

  • Vitreo

    VitreoVitreo-retinal eye surgery includes a group of procedures performed deep inside the eye's interior with lasers or conventional surgical instruments. As the name implies, this delicate surgery takes place where the gel-like vitreous and light-sensitive membrane (retina) are found.

Delhi Eye Centre is a state-of-the-art eye care centre located in central Delhi. The centre believes in making world class ophthalmic services accessible to everyone. Our mission is to eradicate blindness by providing the best facilities currently available in the world of ophthalmology.

We are a well-equipped ophthalmic centre, with modern equipment and the best team of Eye Doctors. Emergencies are always attended to promptly. Our ophthalmologist-on-call provides our patients emergency service whenever needed, including weekends and holidays. We care for your eyes as much as you do. With the best eye surgeons, the latest and highly sophisticated medical equipment and facilities, Delhi Eye Centre definitely qualifies as the best and top Eye Hospital in the region. We offer all services like complete range of cornea, retina and glaucoma investigations, cataract surgery, LASIK surgery,LASIK Surgeon and ICL.

In addition, an assortment of other procedures like squint surgeries, ptosis surgeries,Lasik Surgery and lid surgeries are regularly performed at our centre.

Dr. Harbansh Lal MBBS, MS, FAICO
Dr. Tinku Bali Rajdan MBBS, MS, FLVPEI
Dr. Shaloo Bageja MBBS, MS
Dr. Saurabh Sahni MBBS, MS



  • A warm welcome to our new consultant, Dr. Ikeda Lal. She did her basic training in ophthalmology from Regional Institute of ophthalmology, PGIMS Rohtak where she was the university topper. She was also awarded fellowship by...

  • The 44th annual conference of ophthalmological Society of West Bengal (OSWB) , held on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd November at Chandra’s Green (Opposite Science City) West Bengal was an unqualified success.

  • The 27thAsia Pacific Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting will be held in the wonderfully designed Fairmont Jaipur Hotel, which is reminiscent of an old Indian fort. It is near the famous Amber Fort and nature reserves.

  • After the overwhelming success of the 26th Asia Pacific Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgery Annual Meeting on 11 - 14 July 2013 in Singapore