General Ophthalmology

Regular eye assessments are a precious tool in keeping your eyes’ condition by identifying and preventing ailment. Various diseases progress slowly without causing discomfort or vision loss. Early detection of any glitches can reduce the risk of more harm and permit for a choice of treatment possibilities.

Patients should have a complete eye assessment every one to three years, depending on their age, risk of ailment and overall physical ailment. Children should have regular assessments to ensure the appropriate development of their vision & prevent any interference with their academic successes. Older adults are frequently at a higher risk for eye disorders such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts. Even if your eyes are well, you should still have a regular eye assessment to detect any complications as soon as possible and begin required treatment.

Approximately 60% of visual display terminal workers were diagnosed with dry eye disease with symptoms affecting their ability to work*
For Example: Working on laptop, smartphone, tablet etc.


The General & Comprehensive Ophthalmology Department is led by Dr Arun Sethi (Director and Senior Consultant) who is supported by 7 more consultant surgeons trained in the management of general eye diseases. General eye care services include evaluation and treatment for refractive errors, eye lid disease, infectious disease, provision of eye evaluation and management for important sight-threatening eye diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration. Many other diseases are screened and managed these include floaters, flashes and other retinal conditions, corneal, dry eyes and ocular surface disorders, eyelid disorders such as ptosis and injuries to the eyes.


Refraction test is an eye examination that measures a person prescription for eye glasses and contact lenses. When a person complains of blurred vision this test helps to determine the extent of poor vision. It can also be done in monitoring a person who is being treated for a particular eye disease. It is used to measure the degree of hypermetropia, myopia and astigmatism.


Cataract is the most widely known eye disease in which the natural crystalline lens inside the eye gets cloudy. This blocks the visual pathway that makes you lose your vision. At the right stage your eye doctor will advise and perform Cataract surgery. The entire process and the cataract surgery take less than 20-30 minutes. Advanced Diagnosis and Micro-incision surgery treatments under the dedicated care of an expert Cataract surgeon.


ADEH in Gurgaon offer super speciality eye services, including the latest modern technology and updated medical and surgical care of highest quality. Equipped with experts (super eye specialists) in Gurgaon in the region of cataract, glaucoma, LASIK & referective surgery, pediatric ophthalmology & Starbismus, vitro-retina & Uvea, Ociloplasty & aesthetics and neuro-ophthalmology services.


25+ Years
TORIC Correction


Dr. Arun Sethi

Dr. Reena Sethi

Dr. Vaibhav Sethi

Dr. Sahebaan Sethi

Dr Aditya Sethi

FAQs About General Opthalmology

Dry eye disease is common condition which is characterized by disturbance of the tear film. The abnormality may cause variety of signs & symptoms leading to interference with quality of life.
Cataract is painless clouding in the lens of the eye which blocks light rays from passing through it. This in turn affect vision.
  • Blurred, foggy vision
  • Glare from lights/sun
  • Double vision in one eye
  • Gradual vision loss

Surgery is the only possible treatment for cataract. Surgery is considered if cataract severely affects vision.

Your doctor will consider surgery if:
  • Blurred vision affects your job
  • You cannot drive safely
  • Routine activities like Cooking, reading, watching television, climbing stairs are difficult
    • Wash hands
    • Shake bottle of eyedrops before removing the cap
    • Lie down or sit with head bent backwards
    • Open both eyes and look up
    • With one finger carefully pull down lower eyelid

    Do not touch eye or eyelid with bottle

    • Squeeze eye drops from bottle into lower eyelid
    • Close eyes for 5 mins
    • Gently wipe excess drops with tissue
    • Wait for 5 minutes before using a different eyedrop

    • Swelling or redness
    • Severe pain
    • Unusual discharge
    • Nausea/vomiting
    • Considerable difficulty in vision
    • Sudden flashes of light in eye

    For further questions, precautions and other topics please feel free to discuss with your doctor.

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