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259 Best Eye Specialists in Karachi

Also known as Ophthalmologist ,ماہرامراض چشم ,Eye Doctor and Mahir-e-Imraz-e-chasham

Dr. Tanveer Anjum Chaudhry GOLD

Eye Specialist

M.B.B.S, MCROPHTH (Ophthalmology), F.R.C.S, DISSO ( Switzerland)., DO ( Dublin)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
33 Years Experience
98% (153) Satisfied Patients Satisfied
GOLD

Dr. Tanveer Anjum Chaudhry

Eye Specialist

M.B.B.S, MCROPHTH (Ophthalmology), F.R.C.S, DISSO ( Switzerland)., DO ( Dublin)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
33 Years Experience
He was very friendly and listened to my concerns.

Dr. Kashif Farooqi GOLD

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

MBBS, MCPS

Under 15 Min Wait Time
20 Years Experience
100% (25) Satisfied Patients Satisfied
GOLD

Dr. Kashif Farooqi

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

MBBS, MCPS

Under 15 Min Wait Time
20 Years Experience

Prof. Dr. M. Saeed Iqbal GOLD

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

MBBS, FCPS (Ophthalmology), FRCS (UK)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
26 Years Experience
99% (296) Satisfied Patients Satisfied
GOLD

Prof. Dr. M. Saeed Iqbal

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

MBBS, FCPS (Ophthalmology), FRCS (UK)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
26 Years Experience
It was amazing. The workers are very friendly. Dr. was patient and understanding straight to the point.

Dr. Mazhar Ul Hasan

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

MBBS, FCPS (Ophthalmology), FRCS, Fellowship in Pediactric Opthalmology (Itlay)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
25 Years Experience
95% (644) Satisfied Patients Satisfied

Dr. Mazhar Ul Hasan

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

MBBS, FCPS (Ophthalmology), FRCS, Fellowship in Pediactric Opthalmology (Itlay)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
25 Years Experience
Very professional and took excellent care of me. Highly recommend.

Dr. Abdul Sattar Memon GOLD

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

M.B.B.S., D.O.M.S

Under 15 Min Wait Time
29 Years Experience
99% (191) Satisfied Patients Satisfied
GOLD

Dr. Abdul Sattar Memon

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

M.B.B.S., D.O.M.S

Under 15 Min Wait Time
29 Years Experience
He was very professional, cooperative and experienced doctor.

Dr. Vijay Kumar

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

M.B.B.S, F.C.P.S. (Ophthalmology)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
10 Years Experience
95% (23) Satisfied Patients Satisfied

Dr. Vijay Kumar

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

M.B.B.S, F.C.P.S. (Ophthalmology)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
10 Years Experience

Dr. Abdul Samad Khan GOLD

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

M.B.B.S., F.C.P.S.

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
19 Years Experience
93% (178) Satisfied Patients Satisfied
GOLD

Dr. Abdul Samad Khan

Eye Specialist, Eye Surgeon

M.B.B.S., F.C.P.S.

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
19 Years Experience
Dr. Abdul Samad Khan was very professional, orderly, and helpful!

A brief intro to Eye Specialists

Who is an eye specialist?

Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine that deals with the treatment and diagnosis of the conditions of the eyeball and the orbit through an anatomical and physiological determination of the eye. An ophthalmologist or an eye-specialist is a medical doctor dealing in the invasive and non-invasive eye-related procedures such as eye surgery, cataract surgery, dry eye etc.

When should you see an eye specialist (ماہر امراض چشم)?

Vision problems could signify health issues like hypertension, uncontrolled diabetes or autoimmune disorders. Regular check-ups with an eye-specialist should be maintained to diagnose eye problems before they become too serious.

Additionally, people with family history of eye problems should see an eye specialist regularly as positive family history makes you more prone to having a condition which may be unnoticeable at first. Experts recommend that by age 40, people should see an ophthalmologist (ماہر امراض چشم) regularly for a complete medical eye exam.

What are the main areas of concern of an eye specialist?

Ophthalmologists are concerned with everything in the eye. Certain congenital eye conditions like eyelid abnormalities and misaligned eyes, as well as medical and surgical eye disorders are treated by ophthalmologists (ماہر امراض چشم). Sometimes ophthalmologists diagnose medical conditions of the body that manifest as eye disorders.

Plastic surgeons can also specialize in ophthalmology and deal with repair of eyelids and structures around the eyes that can be damaged as a result of birth trauma, congenital defects, accidents and chemical burns. They also help to improve the look of facial structures around the eye.

What are the most common causes of blindness in Pakistan?

Some of the most common causes of blindness in people under 30 include:

Cause Percentage of Patients
Cataracts 51.5%
Corneal Opacity 11.8%
Uncorrected Aphakia 8.6%
Glaucoma 7.1%
Posterior Capsular Opacification 3.6%

How to become an eye specialist in Pakistan (ماہر امراض چشم)?

In order to become an eye specialist in Pakistan you first have to complete a five year Optometry program, including working at a hospital/clinic for a year. Ophthalmologists get advanced training and a postgraduate degree to be able to diagnose and treat a wider range of eye-conditions. Ophthalmologists get residency and fellowship training, and can get further specialist training known as subspecialist training.

What kinds of eye specialists are there?

Subspecialties of ophthalmology include:

  • Corneal specialist: deal with diseases of the cornea including keratoconus and Fuchs’ dystrophy. Corneal transplants, ulcers and refractive surgeries are all performed by corneal specialists.
  • Retina specialist: The retina is the part of the eye that receives light and sends visual signals to the brain. Retina specialists diagnose and treat retinal eye conditions including detached retinas or torn retinas.
  • Glaucoma specialist: treat the eye condition of increased intraocular pressure i.e. glaucoma. Glaucoma can damage the optic nerve and should be treated immediately. This painful eye condition should be monitored by regular visits to the ophthalmologists.
  • Neuro-ophthalmologist: deals with the diseases of optic nerve, unequal pupil size, abnormal eye movements, double vision and even vision loss.
  • Pediatric specialist: treats childhood eye conditions including congenital defects, uncorrected refractive errors, difference of vision between two eyes, as well as misalignment of the eyes.
  • Plastic surgeons: can also specialize in ophthalmology. They improve the appearance of the bone structure around the eye, as well as repairing damage to the eyelids, tear drainage or any other structure around the eyes.

What are eye specialists called in Pakistan?

  • Eye specialist
  • Eye doctors
  • ophthalmologists

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the top Eye Specialists of April 2021 in Karachi?

Top 10 Eye Specialists of April 2021 in Karachi are:

  • Prof. Dr. Aurangzeb Shaikh
  • Dr. Mazhar Ul Hasan
  • Dr. Shahab Ul Hasan Siddiqui
  • LASIK at Hashmanis Hospital
  • Prof. Dr. M. Saeed Iqbal
  • Dr. Vasdev Harani
  • Dr. Hanif Godil
  • Dr. Azfar Nafees
  • Dr. Yawar Zaman
  • Dr. Nida Shamim

How can I book an appointment with an Eye Specialist in Karachi?

Click here to book an appointment with a top Eye Specialist in Karachi. Or, you can also call at 02138140600 from 9AM to 11PM to book your appointment.

What is the fee range of the best Eye Specialists in Karachi?

The fee for the top Eye Specialists in Karachi ranges from Rs. 220 to 3,000. You can pay at reception when you visit the doctor.

Are there any additional charges to book an appointment with an Eye Specialist in Karachi through oladoc?

There are no additional charges when you book through oladoc.

What does an Eye Specialist do?

Eye specialists are responsible for treating eye diseases for instance, eye infections, as well as sight testing and correction of refractive errors and vision changes with the help of corrective lenses, eyeglasses and surgeries.

Eye examinations performed by eye-specialists include tests of visual acuity, slit-lamp examinations, ocular tonometry(a test for checking intraocular pressure), and retinal examinations. Other investigations of the eye include optical coherence tomography (OCT) and ultrasonography which assesses the efficacy of diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma treatments.

Eye specialists (ماہر امراض چشم) deal with all the surgical and medical procedures related to the eyes; however, some ophthalmologists specialize in specific regions of eye care, and complete additional in-depth training. This is known as subspecialty training. Ophthalmologists have more years of training and education, and they manage a wider range of eye diseases than optometrists and opticians.