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Dr. Tejesh A Mehta is an Ophthalmologist/ Eye Surgeon in Sapna Sangeeta, Indore and has an experience of 17 years in this field. Dr. Tejesh A Mehta practices at Shri Gurudev Netra Chikitsalaya in Sapna Sangeeta, Indore. He completed MBBS from Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences in 1995 and DOMS from Regional Institute of Ophthalmology & Research (RIO), Sitapur in 1998.
It was a very pleasant experience with Dr. TEJAS MEHTA'S TREATMENT AND SURGERY DONE. I AM VERY MUCH THANKFUL TO HIM.
My experience was good, but the thing by which I extremely disappointed was the waiting time. I was good until I didn't that doctor mehta under his cabin was not checking any patient but discussing about some other issue related with his water tank, then I got very disappointed. I think when a patient comes to you by taking appointment then you should give "him" priority. We all know that time is priceless so you should take care of your patient's time also. And if you don't have enough time then don't give them appointments. I hope you will definitely think about of this and in future none of your patient will have to suffer this kind of inconvenience.
****** ********** Vast experience, know the key issue of patients, soft spoken, professional behaviour,,,,
Doctors behaviour and methods of explanation related to my problem was excellent . The staff also maintained the desired hygiene level required as per the situation today
Q: When should I see an ophthalmologist?
A: You should ideally visit an ophthalmologist once a year to get your eyes checked. Apart from this, you should see an ophthalmologist when you have: 1. Decreased/blurred vision 2. High blood pressure 3. Diabetes mellitus 4. AIDS 5. Thyroid problems 6. Excess tearing 7. Eyelid abnormalities 8. Double vision 9. Loss of peripheral vision 10. Redness or itching of eyes 11. Abnormal eye discharge
Q: Does an ophthalmologist perform only surgeries?
A: An ophthalmologist is trained at both performing tests to check if you have any eye issues as well as at performing surgeries.
Q: What is the education qualification of an ophthalmologist?
A: To become an opthalmologist, you first need to get an MBBS degree (5.5. yrs course) after which you need to pursue specialisation in opthalmology via an MD or DNB for 3 years.
Q: Can an ophthalmologist suggest me which contact lenses to wear?
A: Yes. An opthalmologist can check your eyes if you have any vision-related issues and suggest you to get contact lenses to wear.
Q: Are there any specialists in ophthalmology?
A: There are several specialties in opthamology such as cataract surgery, neuro opthalmology, retina specialst, pediatric opthalmology among others.