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We are one of the best eye clinic in Thiruvananthapuram with over 4 decades experience 

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide best eye care services and best eye opticals, lenses.

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide best eye care services and best eye opticals, lenses.

Our Experience

We have more than 4 decades of experience of eye care services.


We have more than 5000 happy costumers with positive review

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Regular eye check ups are essential for maintaining good eye health and preserving clear vision. Whether you currently experience vision issues or not, routine eye examinations play a crucial role in detecting potential vision impairment challenges early, preventing vision loss, and ensuring overall well-being.

Why Regular Eye Exams Are Important:

Early Detection of Eye Conditions:

  • Regular eye exams enable the early detection of various eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Detecting these issues in their initial stages allows for prompt intervention and better management.

Vision Correction:

  • Many individuals may not realize that they have refractive errors like short-sight (myopia), long sight (hypermetropia), or astigmatism. A comprehensive eye check up help to identify these issues, allowing for precise prescription eyewear or contact lenses to correct vision problems.

Monitoring Changes in Vision:

  • Vision can change over time due to factors like aging or overall health conditions. Regular eye exams help monitor these changes, ensuring that your prescription is up-to-date, providing optimal vision correction.

Identification of Systemic Health Issues:

  • The eyes can reveal signs of systemic health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and autoimmune diseases. A comprehensive eye check up may uncover symptoms that prompt further investigation into your overall health.

Components of a Comprehensive Eye Examination:

During a comprehensive eye exam, various tests and screenings are conducted to assess different aspects of your eye health. These include:

Visual Acuity Testing:

  • This standard eye chart test measures how well you can see at different distances, helping to determine the clarity of your vision.

Refraction Assessment:

  • This test determines the specific prescription needed for corrective lenses by assessing how light bends as it enters your eyes.

Eye Movement and Alignment Testing:

  • Evaluating how well coordinated your eyes work together and move helps identify issues related to eye coordination and alignment.

Intraocular Pressure Measurement:

  • High intraocular pressure may indicate glaucoma. This test measures the pressure within the eye to assess the risk of this condition.

Vision testing:

  • This test checks for vision impairment.¬†

Retinal Examination:

  • Through dilated pupils, the ophthalmologist examines the retina and optic nerve for signs of diseases like diabetic retinopathy or macular degeneration.


  • Measures the pressure inside the eye, crucial for assessing the risk of glaucoma.

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