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Cataract Surgery in Gurgaon

Our mission is to be an institute of excellence in eye care services”. It endeavors to provide world-class treatment, to all sections of our society, with a focus on reversing the tide of curable blindness, in its area of operations in Delhi, Gurugram and surrounding townships

With eyecare professionals of 30 years of exceptional service, we offer patients unparalleled eyecare and treatment options in order to get you seeing like you are young again. We welcome you to our locations, and invite you to find out more about our highly trained medical staff, our outstanding facilities, and the treatments options available.

Arunodaya Deseret Eye Hospital is one of the leading eye hospital for cataract surgery in gurgaon located in sector 55, Golf course road where you can consult Dr. Reena Sethi, one of the most experienced cataract surgeon in Gurgaon Sector 55-56, Golf course road. Cost of cataract surgery in Gurgaon Sector 55 is quite affordable at ADEH. Contact us for more details.



The Cataract & IOL Department is led by Dr Reena Sethi (Head and Senior Consultant) who is supported by 5 more consultant surgeons trained in the management of cataract and general eye diseases, with the latest of technology in eye care available.


The team is also backed with cutting edge technology and equipment which enables them to achieve their targets and provide a very successful outcome. The use of Optical biometery (TOMEY Japan), Latest phaco machinery (ALCON USA), best phaco dynamics (ALCON CENTURION System) and premium IOLs (Alcon, AMO, Zeiss and many others..) help the team meet expectations of their patients.

Nuclear cataracts form in the middle of the lens and cause the nucleus, or the center, to become yellow or brown.

Nuclear cataracts

Cortical cataracts

Cortical cataracts are wedge-shaped and form around the edges of the nucleus.

Posterior capsular cataracts

Posterior capsular cataracts form faster than the other two types and affect the back of the lens.

Congenital cataracts

Congenital cataracts, which are present at birth or form during a baby’s first year, are less common than age-related cataracts.

Secondary cataracts

Secondary cataracts are caused by disease or medications. Diseases that are linked with the development of cataracts include glaucoma and diabetes.

Traumatic cataracts

Traumatic cataracts develop after an injury to the eye, but it can take several years for this to happen.




25+ Years


TORIC Correction





Multifocial IOL can correct multiple errors in the eye. It allows a more clear vision compared to monofocal IOL. Visual action is analogous to Monofocal IOL for far vision. Eyeglasses for near vision are not required.


These are the standard intraocular lenses and can correct vision according to one focusing distance - nearsightedness, far and immediate. We offer a wide range of brands of IOLs for patients to choose from.


Toric lenses considered to correct a patient’s astigmatism and blury vision. Toric lenses are frequently considered as “special” or “premium” because they provide several vision enhancing benefits.


Dr. Arun Sethi
Dr. Reena Sethi
Dr. Vaibhav Sethi
Dr. Sahebaan Sethi
Dr Aditya Sethi

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  • What is dry eyes?
    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.
  • What is cataract?
    Cataract is painless clouding in the lens of the eye which blocks light rays from passing through it. This in turn affect vision.
  • What are the effects on vision?
    Blurred, foggy vision Glare from lights/sun Double vision in one eye Gradual vision loss
  • How is cataract treated?
    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
  • How to use eye drops?
    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
  • When to contact doctor?
    Swelling or redness Severe pain Unusual discharge Nausea/vomiting Considerable difficulty in vision Sudden flashes of light in eye
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