Eye Care & Surgeries

Eye surgeries are always taken serious at  DYZ eye. Our doctors have performed plenty of surgeries such as retinal detachment, glaucoma, cornea, cataracts & various other eye related surgeries.


Corneal disease can be caused by a wide variety of factors, including hereditary (inherited) causes, infections, trauma, autoimmune disorders, nutritional deficiencies, allergy, secondary causes (other eye diseases that also affect the cornea), growths, and tumors, among others.

Each patient and each disease requires a customized treatment approach. Treatments at our hospital include medications, laser treatments, or surgery, depending on the condition.

The correct diagnosis and identification of corneal disease is essential before any treatment can have any benefits for a patient. Those who suspect they may have this disease should contact our office to schedule an appointment. Your eyes will be carefully examined and we will discuss all of the available options with you.




Many eye doctors refer to Glaucoma as the “sneak thief of sight”. The early stages of glaucoma are difficult to detect because there is no pain or visible symptoms. In Glaucoma, there is too much fluid inside the eyeball for the nerves to function normally, which is what causes the disease. There is either obstructed outflow or excessive fluid secretion. As a result of this, the optic nerve may be damaged and vision can be partially or totally lost.

The presence of high eye pressure is one of the most important factors associated with glaucoma development and progression, but it is hardly the only factor. Other various factors may be ethnic background, diabetes, high levels of myopia, family history etc.

Glaucoma without treatment can cause permanent vision loss or even blindness. Vision loss can be slowed by treatments, but it cannot be restored. In the event of eye pain, severe headaches or vision problems, one must pay a visit to our eye doctors right away.



Cataracts cloud the lens, which makes it difficult for your eye to focus light. The result is blurred vision or other visual problems (trouble seeing). Depending on the size and location of the cataract, your vision may change. 

Water and proteins make up most of the lens of your eye. Over time, proteins break down in your eye and remain there. Your lens can become cloudy as a result of these lingering proteins. Despite its unpleasantness, this is a normal part of aging. 

A newly prescribed pair of glasses or contact lenses may suffice if your symptoms are mild. It is usually the case that cataracts get worse with time. The cataract will eventually need to be removed by surgery. An artificial lens implant replaces the clouded lens during cataract surgery. Personalized to your vision needs, the new lens is clear and shaped to fit your eye.

Advanced Retina Care

The Retina is often affected by many diseases, diabetes being among the most common. Diagnosis plays a key role in the line of treatment for retinal problems. Dr. Yawar Zaman Eye Hospital adopts a wide range of techniques in order to do this.

The condition of retinal detachment occurs when the light-sensitive retinal membrane at the back of the eye is torn from its original position. In order to fix it back in place, surgery is required. It is possible to do this without stitches. The eye is filled with oil or gas. In this way, the detached retina can be tamponaded. It is important for the retina to remain attached for a week after surgery.

Pediatric Treatment

Strabismus, esotropia, exotropia, pink eye are a few disorders that may need attention by specialists.

One of our doctors can work with you to diagnose these conditions during a complete routine eye check-up. If you or your child has trouble focusing or aligning their eyes, our doctors can examine your eyes and determine whether you need glasses. Vision therapy may be recommended if the doctor suspects you have a focusing or eye muscle problem.

Oculoplastic surgery

In the field of ophthalmology, oculoplastic surgery focuses on eyelids, orbits, tear ducts, and other structures surrounding the eye. It is also known as ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery. From drooping eyelids to blocked tear ducts, oculoplastic surgery treats a variety of conditions. Many people have oculoplastic surgery purely for cosmetic reasons, even when it is medically necessary.

It is possible to go home the same day that you have surgery for most procedures. Your procedure will take place in a clean and sanitized OT room where you will be treated by some of the best eye care professionals in Karachi, guaranteed.

Services & Features

One of the best eye hospitals in Karachi, Dr. Yawar Zaman Eye Hospital has eye surgeons who are trained at world’s best ophthalmology centers and are known for their patient centric approach who have the best paramedic staff.

  • Pioneers in Retinal detachment (RD) and macular hole surgery in Pakistan
  • Computerized eye testing with highly trained experts
  • Complete eye consultation
  • Complete pediatric examination
  • State-of-the-art equipments and surgeries

Laser Treatment for Diabetic Retinopathy

By using a green light on the retina, it is possible to treat areas that don’t receive enough blood flow. By redirecting blood to the retina, the retina is preserved. In diabetic patients with advanced diabetic retinopathy, laser treatment is vital to preventing blindness.

Laser Treatment for Retinal Tears and Lattices

In order to prevent retinal detachment, a green light is focused on areas of weakness to surround and block them. Some cases of this laser procedure are done as an emergency in order to prevent a possible retinal detachment. Floaters and flashes of light in the vision should be checked by a retina specialist.

Eye Injections (Intravitreal Injections)

If you think about injecting into your eye, it can seem extremely scary. Anesthesia drops are administered before the injection, so this procedure is almost painless. For intravitreal injections, we use very fine needles ensuring a painless prick. A needle’s fineness can affect how much pain a patient feels. We ensure our patient’s comfort by going the extra mile. A variety of injections can be used to treat conditions such as macular degeneration, swelling in the retina, diabetic eye disease, and blood vessel blockages inside the eye.


It consists of removing the jelly inside of the eye and replacing it with clear fluid. The procedure is performed in cases like hemorrhaging inside the eye, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment and macular holes. We offer non-stitch vitrectomy using the latest technology. In order to remove the jelly from your eye, very fine instruments are inserted, a vacuum is used, and at the end of the procedure the instruments are removed with extreme care. The wound does not require stitches, so it heals quickly. Often, patients are able to return to work the next day after surgery. In fact, the eye looks identical to how it did before it was operated on.

Retinal Scan

Tests like this are performed to look for problems like swelling, water accumulation, holes or membranes in the retina. Surgery can then be planned accordingly. Almost like taking a picture of the retina, scanning is a painless, non-contact procedure. Using microscopes, we can view the optic nerve and macula in 3D.

Cataract Surgery

In the eye, cataracts cloud the lens, which should be clear. When a person has cataracts, their vision is foggy or frosty. Phacoemulsification surgery can easily treat this condition. This procedure involves making a small incision in the eye to introduce an instrument into the cataractous lens and chopping it up and removing it. The lens is replaced by a clear one. The result is a clear view once again. Surgery on the eye for cataracts is a one-time procedure and does not need to be repeated.

Retinal Detachment Surgery

The condition of retinal detachment occurs when the light-sensitive retinal membrane at the back of the eye is torn from its original position. In order to fix it back in place, surgery is required. It is possible to do this without stitches. The eye is filled with oil or gas. In this way, the detached retina can be tamponaded. It is important for the retina to remain attached for a week after surgery.

Retinal Angiography

This procedure involves injecting dye into an arm vein and taking a picture of the retina. The dye is measured based on the pattern in which it enters the retinal vessels. Diabetics undergo this procedure to determine if they have diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and central serous chorioretinopathy as well as occlusions of retinal arteries or veins. Due to the invasive nature of this type of procedure, and the possibility of harmful side effects, it is performed only when absolutely necessary

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