Vitrectomy Surgery In Ajmer​

Vitrectomy surgery is a surgical procedure that removes the vitreous gel from inside an eye and then replaces it with new gel. The benefits of this surgery include improved vision and reduced pressure on the optic nerve. The vitreous gel is made up of water, protein, and other chemicals. Over time, this gel can become thick and can cause problems such as blindness if not removed. 

Vitrectomy surgery is a very safe procedure, and most people recover without any major problems. There are some small risks associated with this surgery, but these are generally minor. In most cases, patients can resume their normal activities immediately following the surgery.

If you are considering vitrectomy surgery in Ajmer, be sure to speak with an expert at Mantracare to learn more about your options and how best to proceed.

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Why is Vitrectomy Surgery done?

Trauma or injury
Bleeding inside your eye
Eye Infections
Detachments, tears, or injury in the retina
Macular Hole

Types of Vitrectomy

Pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) is the most common type of vitrectomy. It is a surgical procedure that removes the entire vitreous body, or clear gel that fills the eye, by cutting through the pars plana. This approach is performed through a small incision in the side of the eye and is typically done as an outpatient procedure.

Transconjunctival sutureless vitrectomy (TSV) is another common type of vitrectomy. In this procedure, a small hole is drilled through the lower lid, and instrumentation is placed through it to hold up a cup-like instrument called a trephine. This tool then cuts through the pars plana and removes the entire vitreous body in one piece without requiring any stitches or other repairs. TSV can be done as an outpatient procedure but may require more time for healing than PPV.

Endoscopic subretinal or epiretinal approach is also an option for removing the vitreous body. In this technique, a thin tube called an endoscope is inserted into the eye via a tiny incision in the eyelid. The endoscope then navigates its way to the back of the eye where it enters through a small opening called an epiretinal membrane and enters into the fluid inside of the eyeball. This method allows for easier access to areas near and above the retina, which may make removal of the vitreous easier

Vitrectomy Surgery Cost In Ajmer

The cost of vitrectomy surgery in Ajmer can vary depending on the type of surgery required. The cost of vitrectomy surgery in Ajmer varies between ₹20,000 to ₹80,000. Anterior Vitrectomy in front portion of the eye costs around 24000. Simple posterior vitrectomy involves suction / removal of the vitreous gel or blood from the back portion of the eye and costs around 40,000. However, in certain cases, Endolaser is used to burn the bleeding retinal blood vessels. This increase the cost to 50000. Similarly, if the retinal detachment is high, the surgeon might use silicone oil or gas tamponade to temporary fill in the eye and settle the retina. This further increase the cost to 60000. Below is the average cost of different type of vitrectomy procedures:

TreatmentCost (₹)
Vitrectomy Anterior in Ajmer24,000
Simple Posterior Vitrectomy (Pars plana) with MIVS (micro incision vitrectomy) in Ajmer40,000
Vitrectomy (Pars plana) + Endolaser in Ajmer45,000
Vitreoretinal Surgery + Endolaser + Silicon Oil or Gas Tamponade in Ajmer50,000
Vitrectomy + Endolaser + Silicon Oil or Gas Tamponade + Scleral Buckling in Ajmer70,000
Lensectomy (Lens replacement) + Vitrectomy in Ajmer50,000
Complex Vitrectomy (23G) in Ajmer60,000

Vitrectomy Hospitals in Ajmer

There are several vitrectomy hospitals in Ajmer, including MantraCare Ajmer, Eye Clinic Ajmer, Eye Center Ajmer, and Eye Mantra Ajmer. EyeMantra is one of Ajmer’s leading vitrectomy treatment center, with over 100,000 eyes operated by its doctors. Our hospitals in Ajmer are accessible from the following areas :

  • Kishangarh Road
  • Daurai Rural
  • Jaipur Road
  • Kishangarh
  • Beawar Road
  • Panchsheel Nagar
  • Beawar
  • Ajay Nagar
  • BK Kaul Nagar
  • Pushkar Road
  • Adarsh Nagar
  • Haribhau Upadhyay Nagar
  • Chachiyawas
  • Vaishali Nagar
  • Chandra Vardai Nagar
  • Civil Lines
  • Parbatpura
  • Kaiser Ganj
  • Bijainagar
  • Kayad
  • Govindgarh
  • Defence Colony
  • Baldev Nagar
  • Shastri Nagar
  • Kotra
  • Makhupura
  • Kabir Nagar
  • Kundan Nagar
  • Dhola Bhata
  • Gulab Bari
  • Kekri
  • Topdara
  • Ganj
  • Nasirabad
  • Subhash Nagar
  • Bank Colony
  • Naka Madar Colony
  • Lohagal
  • Loha Khan Colony
  • Pal Bhichala
  • Shrinagar road
  • Hathi Khera
  • Darga Bazar
  • Gagwana
  • Makarwali road
  • Diggi Bazaar
  • Pahar Ganj
  • Chanderwadai Nagar
  • Bhajan Ganj
  • Madar
  • Ghooghra
  • Lajpat Nagar
  • Masuda
  • Rawat Nagar

Top Vitrectomy Doctors in Ajmer

Dr. Shweta Jain
Dr. Shweta Jain
Cataract, Glaucoma, LASIK
Dr. Neha Wadhwa
Dr. Neha Wadhwa
Dr lalit
Dr. Lalit Chaudhary
Femtosecond LASIK
Dr. Poonam Gupta
Femtosecond LASIK

Happy Patients from Ajmer after Vitrectomy

Rishi Sachdeva

“I had a vitrectomy surgery done at Mantracare. The surgeon was amazing and was able to fix what other people couldn’t. I highly recommend this hospital, it has a great staff.”

– Rishi (Ajmer)

Frequently Asked Questions

A vitrectomy is a surgical procedure in which the vitreous, or jelly-like substance that fills the inside of the eye, is removed. The vitreous is then replaced with either a salt solution or a gas bubble. In Ajmer, EyeMantra offers one of the best facilities and surgeons for vitrectomy surgery. 

Vitrectomy is generally a safe and effective surgery, but as with any type of surgery, there are potential risks involved. The most common risks associated with vitrectomy include:

  • Bleeding: There is a small risk of bleeding during or after the surgery.
  • Infection: There is also a small risk of developing an infection after the surgery. This can usually be treated with antibiotics.
  • Retinal detachment: In some cases, the retina may become detached from the back of the eye after vitrectomy surgery. 
  • Vision loss: Although vision loss is rare, it is possible to lose some vision after vitrectomy surgery. 

At MantraCare Ajmer,  Vitrectomy surgery starts from ₹20,000. The cost varies based on the procedures such as anterior vitrectomy (₹24,000), Pars Plana posterior vitrectomy (₹35000),  Endolaser  (₹50000) & lensectomy (₹50000) 

The vitrectomy surgery at Mantracare Ajmer is a safe procedure that takes around 1-2 hours. However, the length of the surgery can vary depending on the complexity of the case. You get discharged the same day.

MantraCare is one of the best hospital for vitrectomy in Ajmer. They have top vitrectomy doctors with over 20,000+ satisfied clients. We perform Micro incision vitrectomy in which the cut size is minimal and healing is faster.