Overcoming the Silent Thief of Sight:

Nethradhama's Expert Glaucoma Care

If you've been diagnosed with glaucoma, you may be feeling scared, overwhelmed, and uncertain about what the future holds. But here's the good news: you're not alone. At Nethradhama, we're here to help you understand this condition, manage its symptoms, and maintain your quality of life.

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Signs that you may have Glaucoma


Blurring of vision

Glaucoma in family 

Feeling of heaviness in eyes

Sudden painful loss of vision

Ways to get your Glaucoma Treated

At Netharadhama, you get multiple options for getting your glaucoma treated. We have a proficient team of doctors to aid you through the process.

Non-Surgical Treatment

Anti- Glaucoma Drops ​

Anti- Glaucoma Drops

Laser trabeculoplasty

Laser trabeculoplasty

Micropulse Transscleral

Micropulse Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation (MP-TSCPC)

Surgical Treatment



Glaucoma Drainage Devices

Glaucoma Drainage Devices


iStent Inject

Cutting-Edge Tech for
Better Eye Health 

Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer


Nd-YAG Laser

Quality Eye Care You Can Trust 

High Quality Standards

The first NABH accredited hospital in India for maintaining national quality standards. 

State-of-the-Art Technology

Nethradhama Eye Hospital has introduced many state-of-the-art equipment that were firsts both nationally and globally.

Experienced Doctors

One of the lowest surgical complication rates worldwide with the help of highly experienced and skilled doctors   

Efficiency and Experience

Efficient day care procedures with a low turn around time to ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience. 

Safety and Hygiene

We have implemented comprehensive hygiene and safety protocols to provide a safe and clean environment for everyone. 

Patient-Centric Approach

Our patients always come first, and we strive to provide personalized and compassionate care to each and every patient who walks through our doors.

Don't let Glaucoma steal your Vision!

Glaucoma may be a silent thief, but it doesn't have to rob you of your vision. By taking steps to prevent and manage this condition, you can protect your eyesight and continue to live a fulfilling life. Remember to schedule regular eye exams, take care of your health, and stay informed about glaucoma and its treatment options.


Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, which is responsible for transmitting visual signals from the eye to the brain. It is often caused by increased pressure in the eye and can lead to permanent vision loss if left untreated. 
The risk factors for glaucoma include age (being over 50 years old), family history of glaucoma, elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), near-sightedness, previous eye injuries or surgeries, and certain medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular diseases. 
In the early stages, glaucoma may not have noticeable symptoms. However, as the condition progresses, it may cause symptoms such as loss of peripheral vision, headaches, blurred vision, halos around lights and pain or redness in the eyes. Regular comprehensive eye examinations, including measurement of eye pressure, are essential for early detection of glaucoma. 
Yes, glaucoma can affect both eyes, although the severity and progression may vary in each eye. Regular eye examinations are crucial in detecting and managing glaucoma in both eyes. 
Glaucoma is diagnosed through a comprehensive eye examination that includes measuring intraocular pressure (IOP), examining the optic nerve head and assessing the visual field. Additional tests, such as optical coherence tomography (OCT) and gonioscopy, may also be performed to determine the type and severity of glaucoma. 
The treatment options for glaucoma depend on the type and severity of the condition. They may include eye drops to lower intraocular pressure, oral medications, laser therapy, and surgery. Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital offers advanced glaucoma management options, including minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) and traditional glaucoma surgery, tailored to the individual needs of the patient. 
Glaucoma is a chronic eye condition that cannot be cured, but it can be managed effectively to prevent or slow down the progression of vision loss. Early detection, regular eye examinations, and timely treatment can help preserve vision and prevent further damage to the optic nerve. Our experienced Glaucoma specialists at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital will develop a customized treatment plan based on the type and stage of glaucoma to provide optimal care for our patients. 
Although a healthy lifestyle may reduce the risk of developing certain medical conditions associated with glaucoma, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, it may not prevent the onset of glaucoma. Regular eye examinations, early detection, and timely treatment are crucial in managing the disease. 
A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens of the eye, which leads to blurry or hazy vision. It is usually caused by aging, but can also result from injury, disease, or other factors.
Yes, Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital accepts insurance for glaucoma treatment. We work with various insurance providers to ensure that our patients can receive the best possible care without financial burdens. 
Yes, glaucoma surgery is often covered by insurance. We at Nethradhama have a dedicated insurance department that will help you process and claim your insurance. 

The recovery time for glaucoma surgery varies depending on the type of surgery performed and the individual patient. In general, patients can expect to experience some mild discomfort and blurred vision for a few days after surgery. Depending on the type of surgery, most patients are able to resume their normal activities within 2-4 weeks surgery.  

Yes, daycare facility is available for glaucoma surgery at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital. Our advanced surgical facilities allow patients to undergo minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) or traditional glaucoma surgery and return home the same day. 

The duration of glaucoma surgery at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital may vary depending on the type and complexity of the procedure. However, most surgeries take approximately 30 minutes to an hour to complete. 

The frequency of follow-up visits at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital for glaucoma treatment may vary depending on the type and stage of glaucoma and the treatment plan. However, regular visits every three to six months may be necessary to monitor the progression of the disease and adjust the treatment as needed. 

The cost of glaucoma treatment at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital may vary depending on the type of treatment, the stage of glaucoma, and other factors. Our team can provide a detailed estimate of the treatment cost after a comprehensive eye examination and consultation with the ophthalmologist. 

Yes, glaucoma surgery at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital is safe and performed by experienced and skilled Glaucoma specialists using advanced surgical techniques and equipment. Our team takes utmost care to ensure the safety and comfort of our patients during and after the surgery. 

 Yes, although Glaucoma is more commonly associated with aging, it can also occur in younger people due to genetic factors, trauma, or certain medical conditions. 

Yes, Glaucoma surgery requires local anesthesia, which numbs the eye. In some cases general anesthesia may be required. At Nethradhama we have a trained anesthesiologist present at the operation room at all times, for your safety and comfort. 

Yes, after Glaucoma surgery, patients are advised to avoid rubbing the eye, touching the eye, engaging in strenuous activities, or getting water in the eye for a few weeks. Our Glaucoma specialists will provide detailed post-operative instructions and answer any questions you may have.   

Yes, Glaucoma can be combined with Cataract surgery. Our experienced Glaucoma specialists will help you determine the best surgical option catered to your needs. The latest Micro Invasive Glaucoma Surgeries can be combined with cataract surgery.

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