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Dr. Rajeev Jain

Surgery Specialist

Consultant Ophthalmologist and Vitero-Retina Surgeon Uveitis and Intraocular and Inflammation Specialist.

Dr. Rajeev Jain, The Director at Save Sight Centre

Save Sight Centre is an establishment by Dr. Rajeev Jain. We had taken care of 2,60,000+ eyes in the duration of past 12 years. He completed his M.B.B.S from Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), Delhi. Subsequently, he underwent training for general Ophthalmology surgical procedures at Guru Nanak Eye Centre which is affiliated with MAMC, LNJP and GB Pant hospitals; here his thesis focused on Age Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD).

In 2007, he was named professor of clinical studies at his university, University of Adelaide in Australia. On his return to New Delhi India in 2009 he held this title until 2009.

He is widely respected, having published many scientific papers in international and national journals of science as well as book chapters for books on Vitreoretina diseases such as Wills Eye Guide for Uveitis. Furthermore, he has spoken at both domestic and international gatherings of scientists.

Dr Rajeev Jain specializes in Uveitis and medical and surgical retinal diseases including macular degeneration caused by age; diabetic retinal vein obstruction; tears/disconnections to retina macular hole/epiretinal membrane problems etc.

Director’s Message Regarding Eye Health

As Director of Save Sight Centre, I am delighted to talk about the significance of eye health and proper eye care for both individuals and communities alike. I have seen how preserving vision has made an amazing difference in many lives over time.

  • We don’t value what we get free: Eyes are our windows to the world, allowing us to fully experience all its splendor. However, sometimes we take them for granted until our vision becomes impaired; therefore it is vital that regular eye examinations be scheduled as well as adopting healthy lifestyle choices in order to maintain optimal eye health.
  • Our mission is to save your vision: At Save Sight Centre, our mission is to offer comprehensive and advanced eye care services for our patients. Our dedicated team of ophthalmologists, optometrists and support staff work tirelessly to provide every one with superior treatment and ensure their best possible experience with us.
  • Using the latest and advanced technologies: At our state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge technology, we provide diagnostic tests, treatments and surgical procedures for various eye conditions. From cataract removal surgeries to LASIK procedures, our goal is always to deliver exceptional outcomes for our patients by restoring vision and increasing quality of life.

Prevention is always better than cure:

At our medical services, we emphasize the significance of preventive measures and lifestyle choices to promote long-term eye health. Regular eye exams, eating a balanced diet rich in vitamins and antioxidants, protecting eyes from UV radiation exposure and practicing good eye hygiene are all integral aspects of maintaining vision health.

Keep yourself posted with our blogs:

By engaging in our blog and educational initiatives, our aim is to raise awareness about eye conditions that affect many, dispel myths surrounding eye health, and provide practical tips for maintaining healthy eyes. Knowledge empowers, so equipping individuals with information allows them to make more informed decisions regarding their eye care needs.

I invite you to explore and engage with our blog and content. Together, we can work towards a future in which all individuals have access to quality eye care, enjoying clear vision. Remember: your eyes deserve our utmost care and consideration!

Wishing you good health and vibrant vision,

Dr. Rajeev Jain
Save Sight Centre

Top 10 Tips to Take Care of Your Eyes

Top ten Tips to Safeguard Eyesight from Save Sight Centre.

Follow our top ten tips to protect your eyesight and stave off future eye issues. Even if you can't manage all ten, at least make a point of visiting an ophthalmologist regularly for regular exams and testing.

  • Wear Sunglasses Ultra violet light from the sun's rays can damage your eyes, so always wear UV factor-rated shades when spending time outside in direct sunlight.
  • Take regular screen breaks If you use a computer regularly, take frequent breaks - at least one every hour - from screen use. Resting your eyes can help avoid headaches, eyestrain, soreness and double vision.
  • Eating Healthy Eating the appropriate foods can help safeguard eyes against cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. Foods containing either lutein or zeaxanthin such as mango, squash, broccoli, green beans and spinach may offer optimal protection.
  • Research Your Family Eye History Glaucoma is an eye condition which causes vision to become patchy or tunnel vision, making daily tasks such as reading difficult. If detected early enough it can be treated and managed. Glaucoma may run in families (with or without generations affected), so if any family members already have it it would be advisable to get yourself tested as well.
  • Clean Your Contact Lens Now Use only commercially prepared solutions for contact lens care; never tap water, distilled water, saliva or any other substance as these may lead to eye infections that lead to corneal disease and even blindness. Furthermore, never borrow or use anyone else's contacts and never sleep in them!
  • Wear Safety Glasses DIY or gardening can be hazardous to your eyes as chemicals, garden debris or nails/splinters could all pose potential dangers to them. Consider wearing safety goggles when doing any of these activities.
  • Be careful when applying cosmetics. Be careful when using eye make-up remover or any cream near the eyes, and close or turn away when spraying cosmetics such as perfume and hairspray.
  • Get to Know First-Aid Never guess at the severity of an eye injury; seek medical assistance immediately following any incident that causes pain in or blurriness to the vision - such as sudden loss.
  • Diabetics While most diabetics will never have any eye problems whatsoever, people living with the condition are susceptible to diabetic retinopathy - which causes vision loss over time.
  • See Your Eye Doctor Over half of sight loss is preventable with early intervention, and eye exams should be scheduled once annually to detect problems as early as possible. Unfortunately, research shows that one in four of us fail to do this.

Studies demonstrate that early intervention can prevent over half of sight loss. Although it should be scheduled at least annually, one out of every four of us fails to do this.