At Sri Eye Care, all your eye-related problems are resolved in a patient-centric ecosystem. Our team of experienced doctors and support staff is always available to ensure that you receive proper care during and after your eye procedure. We use the latest medical technology to provide you with the best care possible for the following eye procedures:

Diabetes is a complex metabolic disease in which the body either can’t produce insulin, doesn’t produce enough insulin, or simply can’t use it efficiently. In diabetes, sugar levels build up in the blood if there is a lack of insulin to break it down. This is called hyperglycemia — which can negatively affect every part of your body including the eyes.

What are the symptoms of diabetic-related eye diseases?

What are the causes of diabetic-related eye diseases?

  • Bleeding in the retina or leakage of serum
  • Development of new, abnormal fragile blood vessels on the surface of the retina that bleed easily
  • Swelling of the macula in the retina due to leakage of fluid (The macula is the central sensitive area of the eye responsible for fine vision)
  • Long-term diabetes
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure (hypertension) can add as a co-factor for hastening the disease process
  • Uncontrolled blood sugar

How can diabetic-related eye diseases be treated?

Although most retinal disorders caused by diabetes can be managed by medical means, severe diabetic-related eye diseases are usually treated by laser, surgery, or vitrectomy procedure.

How does Sri Eye Care’s expertise help you?

What are the precautions to take after vitrectomy surgery?

Vitrectomy is usually a safe and effective procedure. The full recovery process for vitrectomy surgeries takes between four to six weeks. However, few precautions need to be followed for a fast recovery.

Avoid activities such as driving, reading, and exercising for a few days or weeks after the procedure.

Some people may be recommended to lie face down for a period of time to help their eye heal properly.

Use the prescribed eye drops as per schedule to help prevent infection and to reduce inflammation.