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About Us

Fortune Eye Care Center

Fortune Eye Care Center is a leading eye care center in Bangladesh.We provide all types of eye care service in a very short period. In addition to our services, we also offer free consultation for your better understanding of the eye problem. Our doctors are highly qualified and experienced with all modern techniques and equipments. Our staffs are highly skilled and experienced, who will provide you best eye care treatment with no complications or side effects. They provide their best services for all patients at any time.Fortune Eye Care Center offers cataract surgeries, glaucoma surgeries and corneal refractive surgery like LASIK .Besides that Fortune’s team dealing with speciality of retina and vitreous disorders will help you to solve your problem.

We are all about bringing to our patients the most advanced technology and best possible solution for their vision disorders in a friendly environment. We ensure that your experience with us is as simple and carefree as possible so that you can get back to living without worrying about your vision.

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What Makes Us Stand Out?

Our trusted team of highly trained eye care professionals focus on maintaining the health of your eyes with comprehensive eye care including routine eye exams, preventative care and treatment.

Eye Care Services

Our trusted team of highly trained eye care professionals focus on maintaining the health of your eyes with comprehensive eye care including: routine eye exams, preventative care and treatment. Our eye doctors are focused on helping you see beautifully for a lifetime.

Latest Technology

We’re on the leading edge of eye care and patient technology, with advanced diagnostic techniques, high-quality vision care products and an electronic portal for accessing patient information.

Optical

Enjoy truly customized lenses optimized exclusively for your eyes. Our lenses are produced in a state-of-the-art laboratory, equipped with the latest advancements in lens technology.

Contact Lens Wearers: Contact Lens Service

We are pleased to offer a complete contact lens program to provide care and convenience to you with contact lens dispensaries in each of our participating locations. Our contact lens service makes it easy for you to follow the steps your doctor recommends for safety, comfort and convenience.

Preventative Care & Treatment: Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Routine eye exams are a vital part of your overall health. Many eye conditions have no symptoms before they become serious, but yearly preventative eye care from our optometrists can detect and treat these conditions early.

Eyeglass Wearers: Custom Lenses to Fit Your Lifestyle

We want to help you find just the right fit, look and style for your new eyeglasses. Choose from a wide range of frames including popular name brands, value-priced frames, and designer labels.

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New Patients Welcome!

At Fortune eyecarecenter, we don’t just want to take care of your eyes – we want to take care of you too. That’s why we offer same-day appointments, electronic forms, and a patient portal that allows you to access your exam records, account information, prescriptions, and pay your bills online.

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Eye Care Services

Fortune eye care Services center is staffed with experienced eye doctors and the latest technology to ensure healthy vision with personalized eye care for the entire family. The following are just a few of the many eye and vision conditions our doctors and their staff are trained to diagnose and treat. If you believe you are experiencing any of these conditions, please schedule an exam with one of our doctors today.

1.Cataracts

About Cataracts

Cataracts are a cloudy or opaque area in the normally clear lens of the eye located behind the iris.

Cataract Doctors & Eye Treatments

Cataract Doctors

The expert team at eyecarecenter specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of eye conditions like cataracts. Our optometrists use the latest technology in eye exams and work with our cataract surgeons to determine the best solution to improve your vision and eye health.

If you are one of the 2.4 millions of Americans living with cataracts, eyecarecenter can help you see clearly again.

What Are Cataracts?

A cataract is a common eye condition that can affect one eye or both. It affects the natural lens in your eye, which is located behind the iris. If the lens becomes weak and breaks down, the tissues clump together and form a cataract. The cataract prevents light from passing through your eye, causing cloudy or blurred vision. If left untreated, cataracts can lead to blindness.

Unlike other eye diseases and conditions, like glaucoma, cataracts can be cured. Cataract removal is one of the most common procedures performed in the United States. It is also one of the safest and most effective.

Cataract Treatment Options from Fortune eye care center

Cataracts do not go away on their own and can significantly impair your vision if left untreated. Early detection is key in preventing cataracts from stealing your sight. Routine eye exams allow your doctor to monitor changes to your vision, identify cataracts before you notice any symptoms, and determine the severity of the condition.

Prescription glasses and specialty contact lenses can alleviate vision impairments if the cataract is diagnosed in its early stages. If your condition is more advanced, your eye doctor may recommend a cataract removal procedure. Cataract surgery is one of the most common procedures performed in the United States. It is also one of the safest and most effective.

Cataract Risk Factors

Cataracts are a common eye condition that affects approximately 50 percent of Americans. While aging is the most common cause, cataracts can also be genetic and affect people of all ages.

Other risk factors for cataracts include:

  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • High blood pressure
  • Extensive steroid use
  • Significant alcohol consumption
  • Obesity
  • Smoking
  • High myopia
  • Sun exposure
  • Previous eye injury or eye surgery

If you are at risk for cataracts or concerned about your eye health, schedule an appointment with one of our specialists today. We deliver personalized eye care to ensure you experience life with your best vision possible.

Schedule an Appointment Today to Diagnose & Treat Cataracts

The team at eyecarecenter specialize in eye diseases and ocular conditions. Foroutine eye exams allow our doctors to provide you with your best vision possible. If you are diagnosed with a cataract, we will work with you to determine the best treatment option for your eyes.

Find Cataract Specialists Near You

At Fortune eye care center, our goal is to provide every patient with their best vision possible. We are conveniently located throughout The Dhaka.

Frequently Asked Questions About Cataracts

Can Cataracts Be Prevented?

Routine eye exams are the best defense against cataracts. Lifestyle habits can also help prevent cataracts including not smoking, healthy eating, using bright light when reading, wearing sunglasses when outdoors, and limiting your sun exposure.

What Causes Cataracts?

Cataracts occur when the tissues in the natural lens of your eye become weak, break down, and clump together. While aging is the most common cause, cataracts can also be genetic, a result of lifestyle habits or other pre-existing health conditions.

Can Cataracts Come Back?

Cataracts are eliminated after surgery. Intraocular lens implants last a lifetime and can reduce your dependency on glasses or bifocals to see near, far, and/or everything in-between.

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2.Diabetic Retinopathy

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About Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Retinopathy is a condition occurring in people with diabetes. It causes progressive damage to the retina, the light-sensitive lining at the back of the eye.

Diabetic Retinopathy Screenings at eyecarecenter

There are over 425 million people in the world who have either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. If you have diabetes you may be at risk for a sight threatening disease called diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy can lead to vision problems and even blindness if left untreated. When your body is faced with high blood sugar levels it causes damage to the blood vessels located in the retina. High blood sugar levels cause the blood vessels to swell and leak. These changes can cause vision loss in diabetic patients of all ages. It is estimated that 80% of diabetic patients will eventually develop some stage of diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is fairly common in diabetics and the longer you have had diabetes, the greater your risk factor is. Additionally, those with poor control of their blood sugar have an increased risk of developing retinopathy. For every 1% increase in hemoglobin A1c over 7%  there is a 50% increased risk in developing proliferative diabetic retinopathy. The team at eyecarecenter are experts at diagnosing diabetic retinopathy and helping patients manage their condition.

What Is Diabetic Retinopathy?

Those who have had diabetes for an extended period of time are more likely to develop diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is the most common form of diabetic eye disease.  It occurs when high blood sugar levels cause changes that damage blood vessels in the retina. These changes can cause swelling to the vessels (macular edema) and leak fluid into the rear of the eye. If diabetic retinopathy goes untreated it will gradually become more serious and as it progresses it can  affect your vision and lead to blindness. Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of acquired blindness in patients over age 65.

Diabetic macular edema (DME) occurs when there is fluid build up in the  macula which is the central portion of the retina that we use whenever we look straight ahead. This area of the retina is responsible for our clearest vision. Diabetic macular edema is responsible for about 50% of vision loss in patients with diabetic retinopathy. If you have diabetes, you should have a dilated eye examination at least once every year to check for diabetic retinopathy.

Diabetic Eye Exams From Top Local Optometrists

As previously stated, you could have diabetic retinopathy without knowing it. If you have diabetes it is important that you have regular diabetic eye exams to monitor your vision. Early detection is critical when it comes to diabetic retinopathy. Our specialists at eyecarecenter can accurately perform a retinal screening to find diabetic retinopathy and create a treatment plan that is right for you.

Advanced Treatment Options for Diabetic Retinopathy

Our doctors at eyecarecenter are highly skilled in diagnosing patients with diabetic retinopathy and managing their conditions. We understand the dangerous implications and time-sensitive manner in approaching this health condition. Your treatment will be based on what your expert ophthalmologist sees in your eyes. A few treatment options are:

  1. Laser surgery  which reduces the demand in the retina for new blood vessel growth.This can reduce bleeding and swelling of the retina. 
  2. Medications such as Avastin, Eylea, and Lucentis. These medications help stop new leaky blood vessel growth and ultimately  reduce swelling of the macula and slow the vision loss process.

Get Checked for Diabetic Retinopathy at Fortune eye care center

If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes please give us a call to schedule an appointment at your nearest eyecarecenter location. Our expert doctors are ready to  give retinal screenings and get you on your treatment plan for healthier eyes. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Diabetic Retinopathy

Can Diabetic Retinopathy Be Reversed?

In some cases very mild forms can be resolved with strict blood glucose control. Through early detection, you can prevent diabetic retinopathy  from taking your vision. See an eye doctor every few months and treat damage before developing symptoms.

Should I Get Tested For Diabetic Retinopathy?

If you are diabetic, yes. Diabetes is a very common disease and 80% of diabetes develop some form of diabetic retinopathy. A simple retinopathy screening is quick, easy, and covered by insurance.

What Happens During a Diabetic Retinopathy Screening?

The best way to diagnose diabetic retinopathy is with a comprehensive dilated eye exam. You should expect your eye doctor to put drops in your eyes to dilate your pupils to better view inside your eyes. The drops can cause your close vision to blur for several hours after.

3.Comprehensive Eye Care

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About Comprehensive Eye Care

At Fortune  eye care center, our trusted team of highly trained eye care professionals focuses on maintaining the health of your eyes with comprehensive eye care including routine eye exams, preventative care, and treatment.

Comprehensive Eye Care From Fortune eye care center

At Fortune  eye care center, our trusted team of highly trained eye care professionals focuses on maintaining the health of your eyes with comprehensive eye care including routine eye exams, preventative care, and treatment. Our eye doctors are focused on helping you see beautifully for a lifetime and are on the leading edge of eye care and patient technology, with advanced diagnostic techniques, high-quality vision care products, and an electronic portal for accessing patient information. Routine eye exams are a vital part of your overall health. Many eye conditions have no symptoms before they become serious, but yearly preventative eye care from our optometrists can detect and treat these conditions early.

Comprehensive Eye Exams from Fortune eye care center

Annual eye exams are a key component of comprehensive eye care. Eye exams at Fortune eyecarecenter go beyond just simple vision tests and really paint a picture of the overall health of the eye.

Eye exams test visual acuity, detect central and peripheral vision dysfunction, determine how your eyes react to the dark and to light, and test for any signs of glaucoma, dry eye, cataracts, and other eye diseases. Additional eye health tests performed during a comprehensive eye exam include depth perception, color vision, peripheral vision, and the response of the pupils to light.

The Experienced Eye Doctors at Fortune eye care center

Fortune eye care center doctors are highly trained to address the specific needs of their patients and give you the quality care that you and their family deserve. Our doctors are committed to offering you the latest and best technologies and we take the time to complete a thorough exam and answer questions you might have regarding your eye health. In addition to prescribing glasses and contact lenses,Fortune eye care center doctors also diagnose, treat and manage different eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

Schedule an Appointment Today for Comprehensive Eye Care from Fortune eye care center

At Fortune eye care center, our eye doctors are focused on helping you see beautifully for a lifetime! During a comprehensive eye exam we take a look at all aspects of the eye and the overall health. Our eye exams can detect conditions such as dry eye, glaucoma, and cataracts, and will also help in diagnosing and treating those conditions. Your eye health is important so schedule an eye exam today!

Frequently Asked Questions about Comprehensive Eye Care

What is Comprehensive Eye Care?

Comprehensive eye care takes a complete look at the overall health of your eyes, and helps detect any eye conditions, or prevents them.

What Does Comprehensive Eye Care Consist Of?

Comprehensive eye care includes eye exams, diagnosis, and treatment of eye conditions, fittings for eyeglasses, and contacts lenses.

Does Fortune eyecarecenter Help With Contact Lens Fittings?

Fortune eye care center is pleased to offer a complete contact lens fitting as part of the comprehensive eye exam to provide care and convenience to you with contact lens dispensaries in each of our participating locations. Our contact lens service makes it easy for you to follow the steps your doctor recommends for safety, comfort, and convenience to find the right type of lenses for your prescription.

4.Contract Lens

About Contact Lens Care Service

If you have poor vision and are living with an eye disease or condition, trust the team at Fortune  eye care center to help you see more clearly and comfortably with specialty contact lenses.

Schedule an Appointment Today for a Specialty Contact Lens Fitting

Contact lenses are not one-size-fits-all, which is why Fortune eye care center delivers the personalized, comprehensive care each patient needs. If you need vision correction, and eyeglasses are not for you, we can help you see and experience life more clearly and comfortably with contact lenses.

Specialty Contact Lens from Fortune eye care center

If you have poor vision and are living with an eye disease or condition, trust the team at Fortune eye care center to help you see more clearly and comfortably with specialty contact lenses. Our doctors use the latest technology in eye exams and are experts in custom-fitting contact lenses to alleviate your symptoms and improve your vision.

Contact eye care center today and see what you’ve been missing.

Specialty Contact Lens Fittings From Fortune  eye care center

The doctors at Fortune eye care center provide high-quality eye care and specialize in identifying, diagnosing, and treating eye diseases and conditions. They are also experts in customizing contact lenses for vision correction. If your sight is impaired, our team works with you to determine the best lens type based on your eye shape, eye health, and lifestyle.

The Experienced Eye Doctors at eye care center

The doctors at Fortune eye care center provide the expertise and personalized eye care you need to see life as clearly and comfortably as possible. We perform comprehensive eye exams to determine the exact health and condition of your unique eyes. If you need vision correction, and eyeglasses are not for you, we will help you decide whether traditional or specialty contact lenses will give you the best vision and most comfort.

Your eye doctor may recommend specialty contact lenses if you have an eye disease or condition including:

  • Astigmatism
  • Keratoconus
  • Myopia
  • Presbyopia
  • Irregular-shaped cornea
  • Dry eyes
  • Poor vision

Eye Conditions Specialty Lenses Help Treat

Specialty contact lenses are generally recommended for patients who have impaired vision as well as an eye condition or disease that causes standard contact lenses to be uncomfortable or not fit properly, including:

  • Dry eye
  • Nearsightedness
  • Corneal tears or scars
  • Hyperopia
  • Irregular cornea
  • Post-radial keratotomy
  • Keratoconus

At Fortune eye care center, we offer four specialty contact lens types including Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP), Scleral, Orthokeratology, and Hybrid. Our doctors are experts in custom contact lens fitting and will help you determine the best solution for your unique eyes.

Frequently Asked Questions about Specialty Contact Lenses

Can I Get a Contact Lens Fitting at the eye care center?

The experienced eye doctors at the eye care center perform specialty contact lens fittings to ensure your contact lenses are comfortable and custom-fitted just for your eyes. This is separate from an eye exam and is available to all patients of all ages.

What Are the Different Types of Specialty Contact Lenses?

Types of specialty contact lenses include Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP), Scleral, Orthokeratology, and Hybrid. A contact lens fitting performed by your eye doctor is the best way to determine the best lens for your eye shape, eye health, and lifestyle.

What Eye Conditions do Specialty Lenses Help With?

Specialty lenses help alleviate symptoms, pain, and discomfort caused by dry eye, corneal scarring, nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, as well as other eye diseases and conditions.

5.Glaucoma

About Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve. It is commonly referred to as “the silent thief of sight” because its symptoms develop slowly and often go unnoticed.

Glaucoma Specialists at Fortune eye care center

Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the world. It is a group of eye conditions that is commonly referred to as “the silent thief of sight” because the symptoms develop slowly and often go unnoticed. Many patients suffering from glaucoma lose up to 40 percent loss in vision before realizing there is a problem.

Routine eye exams allow the team at Fortune eye care center to detect eye disease and conditions before vision loss or impairment occurs. Although glaucoma cannot be prevented, it can be controlled. Our doctors specialize in glaucoma care and will help you maintain your best vision possible.

Protect your gift of sight and schedule an appointment with one of our glaucoma specialists today.

What Is Glaucoma?

Glaucoma most often affects people over 40 years old. It occurs when your eye cannot maintain a balance between the amount of intraocular fluid produced and drained. Intraocular fluid maintains the shape of your eye and flows between the iris and the lens. When there is an imbalance, the pressure in your eye increases. Too much pressure causes damage to the optic nerve, which is the part of the eye that is responsible for sending the images you see to the brain. Damage to the optic nerve cannot be reversed. Over time, and if left untreated, glaucoma impacts your ability to see completely and clearly.

Types of Glaucoma

Glaucoma develops in the eye when there is a decrease in blood flow to the optic nerve or high pressure to the individual nerve fibers. There are two main types of the disease. Open Angle Chronic Glaucoma occurs when fluid fails to flow out of the eye like it should. Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma, generally linked to patients who are farsighted or have cataracts, occurs when the drainage space between the iris and cornea is too narrow, causing a build up of pressure.

Other forms of glaucoma include: 

  • Congenital Glaucoma: This type of glaucoma occurs when the drainage canals are undeveloped. This type of glaucoma occurs in babies during the prenatal period and, while rare, is often hereditary.
  • Normal Tension Glaucoma: This type of glaucoma occurs when optic nerves are damaged in the absence of high eye pressure.
  • Secondary Glaucoma: This type of glaucoma is caused by eye injury, inflammation, certain drugs, and advanced cases of cataracts or diabetes.

How is Glaucoma Detected?

A comprehensive eye exam is the best way to detect glaucoma and at eyecarecenter, we use the most advanced technology available. In addition to considering any risk factors, your eye doctor will dilate your pupils, inspect the inside of your eye, and perform additional tests if necessary.

Tests for glaucoma include:

  • Visual field test to evaluate your peripheral vision
  • Fundus photos to monitor the retina and optic nerve
  • Gonioscopy to evaluate the flow of intraocular fluid
  • Pachymetry to measure the thickness of the cornea
  • Tonometry to measure the intraocular eye pressure
  • OCT (ocular coherence tomography) to monitor structural changes to the optic nerve

Not all of these tests may be necessary but can be used together to diagnose or rule out glaucoma. Your eye doctor will analyze the results and may consult an ophthalmologist to determine the best course of treatment for your unique eyes.

Schedule a Glaucoma Exam at Fortune eyecarecenter Today

Early detection of glaucoma is key because symptoms often go unnoticed and once vision loss occurs, it cannot be restored. If you are at risk for glaucoma, you should see your eye doctor more regularly. Schedule an appointment with eyecarecenter today.

Frequently Asked Questions About Glaucoma

What Is the Prognosis for a Glaucoma Diagnosis?

The prognosis depends on the type and severity of the glaucoma diagnosis. While glaucoma cannot be cured, it can be controlled through routine eye exams and treatments.

If you are living with glaucoma, contact Fortune  eyecarecenter today. Our team of glaucoma specialists can help you preserve your vision and live your life more comfortably.

Can Children Get Glaucoma?

While glaucoma is rare in children, it can occur and is often hereditary. Glaucoma in children happens during the prenatal period and their drainage canals do not fully develop. Most children with glaucoma are diagnosed before they turn 6 months old. 

If you feel your child’s vision is impaired, trust the team at Fortune eyecarecenter to deliver the personalized care your loved one needs and deserves.

Can Glaucoma Be Prevented?

Glaucoma cannot be prevented or cured, so it is important to see your eye doctor regularly so that they can detect and diagnose glaucoma as soon as possible to prevent vision loss and preserve your sight. 

Risk factors for developing the disease include:

  • Age
  • African American, Latino, or Asian background
  • Diabetes, heart disease, sickle cell anemia, or hypertension
  • High blood pressure
  • Family history of glaucoma

At Fortune eye care center, our doctors provide comprehensive eye exams for patients of all ages and are experts in glaucoma treatment. We work together to ensure your eyes are as healthy as possible.

6. Low Vision

About Low Vision

Few people are totally without sight. Most people who are classified as “blind” actually have remaining sight. Thanks to developments in low vision rehabilitation, the doctors at Fortune eyecare center can help to enhance visual function and improve quality of life.

Low Vision Specialists At Fortune eyecarecenter

If you are experiencing blurry vision and not able to see well enough to do everyday activities such as reading and driving, you may be suffering from low vision. Low vision is most often a symptom of a condition, not a condition on its own. It is common in individuals suffering from vision problems like age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, or glaucoma.

Even if you are suffering from changes in your vision, it’s not too late to get an eye exam and begin your road to recovery.

Find a Low Vision Specialist at an Fortune eye care center Location Near You

If you are experiencing low vision, it’s not too late to get it checked and begin your road to recovery.  There are eye care professionals and a number of different vision services available at eye care center to help and treat low vision in dhaka ,Dhanmondi.

Types of Low Vision 

There are a few different variations of low vision and each one can create unique challenges and vision loss. 

  • Central vision loss – a blind spot in the center of the visual field
  • Peripheral vision loss – loss of side vision in either one or both eyes or lose of top and bottom vision in one or both eyes
  • Night blindness – the inability to see in poorly lit areas such as outside at night or in movie theaters
  • Blurry  – objects near and far are out of focus
  • hazy vision – the field of vision appears to be covered in a film or haze

What Is Low Vision?

Total blindness is when an individual has no light perception whereas someone dealing with low vision still has light perception. Individuals with low vision can have visual fields that include blind spots, poor night vision, and blurry sight.  It is important to note that two individuals with low vision may experience different symptoms and varying degrees of the same symptom. Low vision is unable to be corrected with glasses or contact lenses or surgery. Low vision is diagnosed in individuals with a visual acuity worse than 20/70  and sight that can not be corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses. 

Low vision can be caused by a number of different conditions that are both genetic or environmental:

  • Macular degeneration
  • Diabetes/Diabetic retinopathy
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataracts
  • Retinitis pigmentosa
  • Inherited diseases
  • Eye injury

Diagnosing Low Vision

Low vision is defined as having less than 20/70 eyesight, therefore a standard dilated eye exam can diagnose the condition.  This exam is painless and your eye care provider will ask you to read letters while they conduct a visual evaluation.  They may also check your peripheral vision during the exam. Your doctor may also dilate your eyes to check for eye diseases and conditions that cause low vision.  If you are older than 60, or African American and over 40, or have a family history of glaucoma you should get a low vision exam every one to two years.

Schedule A Low Vision Exam at  Fortune eye care center

Having trouble with your sight? Worried you may have low vision or an underlying vision condition? Be sure to schedule an exam with our vision care experts.

Frequently Asked Questions About Low Vision

Is Low Vision Considered Legally Blind?

To be considered legally blind your vision is 20/200 or less out of your better eye or, your field of vision is less than 20 degrees.  Meaning, if an object is 200 feet away, you would have to be 20 feet from it to see it clearly.  It is possible to have low vision and be legally blind, however, low vision starts at 20/70.  Therefore most individuals with low vision are not considered legally blind. However, legal blindness can occur if the symptom is not addressed so it is very important to make an appointment for an eye exam as soon as you start to notice changes in your vision.

Where Can I Find a Low Vision Doctor?

At eye care center our goal is to provide each patient with their best possible vision.  

At fortune eyecare center have many offices with low vision doctors conveniently located at Dhanmondi, including an office near you.  Be sure to schedule an eye exam with the closest low vision doctor here or by calling +880 1887045555.

What Conditions Cause Low Vision?

There are a wide variety of eye conditions that can cause low vision.  The most common being:

  • Macular degeneration – a disorder that affects the retina
  • Diabetes – can cause daily vision changes including diabetic retinopathy 
  • Glaucoma – will cause damage to the optic nerve
  • Cataracts  – caused by long term exposure to UV radiation or an injury
  • Retinitis pigmentosa –  an inherited disease that will eventually destroy night vision 
  • Injuries – stroke, brain damage, eye trauma, or head trauma

7.Eye Floaters

About Eye Floaters

Floaters are the shadowy images that appear in the field of vision caused by particles floating in the fluid that fills the inside of the eye.

Eye Floater Treatment at fortune eye care center

Eye floaters don’t always require treatment but they can impair your vision and be a symptom of other underlying eye problems. Eye floaters are spots in your vision that may drift about when you move your eyes and can dart away when you look at them directly. Eye floaters are usually caused by age-related changes in the eyes, and often disappear on their own in weeks or months. At Fortune eye care center, our doctors specialize in diagnosing and treating eye floaters and restoring your peace of mind.

When Should You See An Eye Doctor About Eye Floaters?

You should contact Fortune eye care center if you experience more floaters than usual, a sudden onset of new floaters, flashes in the same eye as the floaters, peripheral vision loss, or impaired vision.

How Does An Eye Doctor Diagnose Eye Floaters?

At Fortune eye care center we use an instrument called an ophthalmoscope to examine the central and peripheral retina. When used, the ophthalmoscope can detect floaters or flashes. During the eye exam, the eye doctor also might dilate your eyes so that they can get a clear look at the inside of your eye. This allows them to see the floaters and check your retina.

Eye Floater Symptoms

Symptoms of eye floaters include seeing shapes in your vision that appear as specks, strings, or floating materials, spots that move when you move your eyes. Spots that are most noticeable are the ones when looking at a plain background. They appear as small shapes that settle down and drift out of your sightline.

Eye Floater Treatment Options at Fortune  eye care center

After your examination for eye floaters, time may be the only prescription. This is because eye floaters are commonly just an effect of aging and may go away on their own. Surgery where a small incision is made to remove the vitreous material or laser therapy may be recommended if your eye floater impairs your vision. At eye care center, we’ll work with you to develop a customized treatment plan.

Eye Floater Treatment Options at Fortune eye care center

After your examination for eye floaters, time may be the only prescription. This is because eye floaters are commonly just an effect of aging and may go away on their own. Surgery where a small incision is made to remove the vitreous material or laser therapy may be recommended if your eye floater impairs your vision. At Fortune eye care center, we’ll work with you to develop a customized treatment plan.

Frequently Asked Questions About Eye Floaters

Who Is At The Greatest Risk of Eye Floaters?

Eye floaters are most common in patients 45 years of age or older, people who are nearsighted, have previously undergone a cataract operation, or have had laser surgery.

Do Floaters In The Eye Go Away?

Most eye floaters go away over time without treatment, but some can be more persistent. Some eye floaters can disappear within a few weeks, but for others, it may take several months. Floaters may also get smaller and less noticeable over time.

Can Floaters & Flashers Make Me Go Blind?

By themselves, floaters will not make you go blind, however, floaters can be a symptom of more serious vision conditions such as diabetic retinopathy or retinal detachment. If not treated properly, these other conditions could lead to blindness.

8.Retina Clinic

About Retine Clinic

The retina is like the film of the camera which sends the image to the brain for processing. A damaged retina can lead to significant visual disturbances many of which may become permanent if not treated in time. The retinal diseases are some of the most common causes of a permanent loss of vision in many patients, if not treated on time.

Problems Associated with Retina

There are four main types of disorders which are related to the retina:

  1. Diabetic Retinopathy – It is one of the most common issues associated with people having diabetes. In Diabetic Retinopathy disease, the high blood sugar levels cause damage to the blood vessels of the retina and damage it. In the advanced stages, it can lead to blindness.
  2. Retinopathy of Prematurity – RoP is mainly caused due to the retinal blood vessels developing abnormally and affects prematurely born babies. It can also lead to retinal detachment and blindness.
  3. Age-Related Macular Degeneration – The damage of Macula can cause AMD which can lead to a permanent vision loss.
  4. Retinal Detachment – It is mainly the detachment of the retina from the layer underneath. If it is not taken care of properly, there is a chance of a permanent vision loss.

Fluorescein Angiography is one of the most common tests that are done to identify the problems which can cause permanent blindness due to the disorders of the Retina.

Based on the results, the patients are either suggested for Anti-VEGF Therapy or Photodynamic Therapy depending upon their condition.

Solutions and Treatment for Retinal Diseases

During the initial stages of various retinal diseases, generally, no symptoms are seen apart from the change or blurring in vision. During the later stages of the disorders, vision losses start to occur which may get worse if not treated properly.

In case, if one feels that there is a problem in the eye, they should immediately consult an eye specialist for further examination. If it is a retinal disease, receiving immediate treatment will increase the chances of regaining or retaining your vision, and limit further loss. During the regular eye checkups or consulting with our professionals, we identify various problems of the eye and suggest solutions accordingly. During the initial stages of the retinal difficulties, generally, some precautions and a set of essential medicines and eye drops are recommended for the treatment.

If the diseases are at advanced stages or they are not being cured with the primary treatment, surgery is then recommended after examining the eye condition and understanding the patient’s problems. This is the time when a highly experienced surgeon would step in and identify what type of surgery is needed and what will be the recovery time.

Retina Surgery at Fortune Eye Care Centre in Dhaka

Fortune Eye care Centre, for Retinal Treatment consultation, where experts work round the clock to ensure the vision of you and your loved ones is protected well. Infants and adults with different types of retina problems are examined here and treated as per the condition. Our eye hospitals have world-class infrastructure and best grade machines to diagnose and treat all kinds of eye conditions

We also have international patients come from various parts of the world to get their retina surgery done and leave completely satisfied with our treatment.

9.Refractive Error

At a glance: Refractive Errors

  • Types: Nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism, presbyopia
  • Most Common Symptom: Blurred vision
  • Diagnosis: Eye exam
  • Treatment: Eyeglasses, contact lenses, surgery

What are refractive errors?

Refractive errors are a type of vision problem that makes it hard to see clearly. They happen when the shape of your eye keeps light from focusing correctly on your retina (a light-sensitive layer of tissue in the back of your eye).

Refractive errors are the most common type of vision problem. More than 150 million Americans have a refractive error — but many don’t know that they could be seeing better. That’s why eye exams are so important.

If you have a refractive error, your eye doctor can prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses to help you see clearly.

What are the types of refractive errors?

There are 4 common types of refractive errors:

  • Nearsightedness (myopia) makes far-away objects look blurry
  • Farsightedness (hyperopia) makes nearby objects look blurry
  • Astigmatism can make far-away and nearby objects look blurry or distorted
  • Presbyopia makes it hard for middle-aged and older adults to see things up close 

Learn more about the common types of refractive errors

What are the symptoms of refractive errors?

The most common symptom is blurry vision. Other symptoms include:

  • Double vision
  • Hazy vision
  • Seeing a glare or halo around bright lights
  • Squinting
  • Headaches
  • Eye strain (when your eyes feel tired or sore)
  • Trouble focusing when reading or looking at a computer

Some people may not notice the symptoms of refractive errors. It’s important to get eye exams regularly — so your eye doctor can make sure you’re seeing as clearly as possible.

If you wear glasses or contact lenses and still have these symptoms, you might need a new prescription. Talk to your eye doctor and get an eye exam if you are having trouble with your vision.

Am I at risk for refractive errors?

Anyone can have refractive errors, but you’re at higher risk if you have family members who wear glasses or contact lenses.

Most types of refractive errors, like nearsightedness, usually start in childhood. Presbyopia is common in adults ages 40 and older.

Talk with your doctor about your risk for refractive errors, and ask how often you need to get checked.

What causes refractive errors?

Refractive errors can be caused by:

  • Eyeball length (when the eyeball grows too long or too short)
  • Problems with the shape of the cornea (the clear outer layer of the eye)
  • Aging of the lens (an inner part of the eye that is normally clear and helps the eye focus)

Did you know?

Refraction is the bending of light rays as they pass through one object to another

The cornea and lens bend (refract) light rays to focus them on the retina

When the shape of the eye changes, it also changes the way the light rays bend and focus — and that can cause blurry vision

How will my eye doctor check for refractive errors?

Eye doctors can check for refractive errors as part of a comprehensive eye exam. The exam is simple and painless. Your doctor will ask you to read letters that are up close and far away. Then, they may give you some eye drops to dilate (widen) your pupil and check for other eye problems.

Learn what to expect from a comprehensive dilated eye exam

What’s the treatment for refractive errors?

Eye doctors can correct refractive errors with glasses or contact lenses, or fix the refractive error with surgery.

Glasses. Eyeglasses are the simplest and safest way to correct refractive errors. Your eye doctor will prescribe the right eyeglass lenses to give you the clearest possible vision.

Learn more about eyeglasses

Contacts. Contact lenses sit on the surface of your eyes and correct refractive errors. Your eye doctor will fit you for the right lenses and show you how to clean and wear them safely.

Learn more about contact lenses

Surgery. Some types of surgery, like laser eye surgery, can change the shape of your cornea to fix refractive errors. Your eye doctor can help you decide if surgery is right for you.

Learn more about eye surgery for refractive errors

Talk over your options with your eye doctor. Remember these tips:

  • See your doctor for eye exams regularly
  • Tell your doctor if your vision gets worse or if you are having problems with your glasses or contact lenses
  • Encourage family members to get checked for refractive errors, since they can run in families

10.Vision Therapy

About Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy can be defined as the science of achieving clear and comfortable vision. 

Vision therapy is designed to teach the child how the brain controls the eyes, to improve their visual skills and how to apply these new skills to improve reading, learning, concentration and attention.

Vision therapy is a fully customized and personalized treatment program designed to improve and strengthen visual skills, and re-train the child’s visual system to interpret visual input with increased accuracy and ease.

Vision therapy is more than just simple eye exercises — it improves brain-eye communication and the effective operating of the child’s visual system.

The aim of vision therapy is to enhance visual skills— eye-tracking, focusing, convergence, eye-hand coordination, visual processing speed and more!

Which conditions are treated with vision therapy?

Vision therapy typically includes specific programs to treat:

  • Convergence Insufficiency
  • Amblyopia  (lazy eye)
  • Strabismus (crossed-eyes)
  • Double vision
  • Eye teaming and tracking problems
  • Focusing difficulties
  • Eye fatigue
  • Depth perception and 3D vision difficulties
  • Hand-eye coordination difficulties
  • Visual perception and processing issues

Contact a vision therapy eye doctor near you if you feel you or your child could benefit from vision therapy – it might be the solution you have been looking for.

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How does vision therapy work?

Vision therapy consists of personalized exercises that make use of lenses, prisms, filters, occluders, and other equipment— aimed at developing visual skills and efficiently processing information from the visual system.

In recent years, advanced technologies and new computer-based therapies have turned traditional vision therapy exercises into fun, engaging and interactive activities.

Is there an age limit to vision therapy?

No, vision therapy is effective for both children and adults.

Neuro-plasticity enables the brain to remain dynamic and flexible throughout your life. Visual function training used in vision therapy can be compared to riding a bike or playing an instrument, the more you practice or train, the stronger and more skillful you will become.

How quickly will you notice results?

Improved visual skills are often noticed after a few weeks.

However, each patient is different, and depending on their specific therapy regimen, it can take as little as a few weeks to up to six months to see the optimum results.  Over the course of the program, your doctor will continue to assess your child’s improvements in order to determine how many visits are needed to achieve the best results.

Can vision therapy influence academic performance?

Yes.

Academic challenges for children with reduced visual skills arise on a daily basis.

Children with reduced visual skills will find it difficult to keep up with grade-level reading or comprehension — as both of these tasks require functional vision skills that may be difficult for the child.

The child may also rush through an assignment to avoid blurry or double vision, headaches, and eye fatigue— resulting in careless mistakes which can impact their overall academic performance.

Additionally, a child with reduced visual skills may avoid reading, or may daydream during class, as the extra effort needed to focus and process visual information can cause headaches or fatigue.

Who can benefit from vision therapy?

Parents and teachers should be on the lookout for the following red flags that indicate a vision problem:

  • Reading below grade level
  • Reduced reading comprehension
  • Loss of place, repetition, and/or omission of words while reading
  • Confusing similar words, such as ‘was’ and ‘saw’
  • Reversing letters such as b, d, p and q
  • Spelling difficulties
  • Dislikes or avoids homework
  • Writing numbers backwards, such as 2 & 5 or 6 & 9
  • Difficulty maintaining attention
  • Difficulty changing focus from distance to near and back again
  • Poor judgment of depth
  • Messy handwriting

Which physical symptoms can vision therapy treat?

  • Headaches or tiredness after reading
  • Poor hand-eye coordination
  • Constant squinting/head tilting
  • Using finger-pointing when reading
  • Poor posture when reading or writing
  • Turning of an eye in or out, up or down
  • Tendency to cover or close one eye
  • Favoring the vision in one eye
  • Double vision
  • Difficulty following a moving target
  • Dizziness or motion sickness

The final step towards success

Vision therapy is a well-researched and clinically proven treatment option that has been effective in improving the lives of both children and adults for generations.

This customized program is not only for children who are showing signs of academic difficulties, but can also be effective for adults— and may be the solution you have been searching for.

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