Vitrectomy Surgery In Kota​

If you are experiencing vision problems, one of the most common treatments is a vitrectomy. A vitrectomy is a surgery to remove the vitreous body or gel that fills the eye. This can be done in Kota, and there are several reasons why it may be necessary. 

Vitreous degeneration, a common cause of progressive vision loss in older adults, can lead to detachment of the retina from the back of the eye. If this detached retina bleeds, vision can become impaired or even lost. In addition, a vitrectomy can be performed if you have an eye tumor that has caused significant vision loss or if you have an infection in your eye that is causing vision problems.

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Why is Vitrectomy Surgery done?

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

Types of Vitrectomy

There are three main types of vitrectomy: pars plana vitrectomy (PPV), transconjunctival sutureless vitrectomy (TSV), and endoscopic subretinal or epiretinal approach.

PPV is the most common type of vitrectomy, and it’s typically performed using an incision in the lower eyelid. The surgeon makes a small hole on the surface of the eye, then inserts a large telescope into the eye to view the retina. After verifying that the surgery is necessary, the surgeon cuts out the damaged area of the retina with a surgical laser.

TSV is a less invasive procedure than PPV, and it’s typically used when there’s a suspicion that damage to the retina might not be as extensive as initially thought. During TSV, a small incision is made in front of each eye, and then a thin tube called an iris probe is inserted through the incisions. The surgeon uses this probe to view and remove any debris or lesions from inside the eye.

Endoscopic subretinal or epiretinal approach is a newer type of vitrectomy that was developed specifically for treating retinitis pigmentosa (RP). This approach involves making an incision in one corner of your eye and inserting a tiny telescope through the opening into your inner eyeball. With this technique, surgeons are able to treat areas deep inside your eyes more effectively.

Vitrectomy Surgery Cost In Kota

The cost of vitrectomy surgery in Kota can vary depending on the type of surgery required. The cost of vitrectomy surgery in Kota 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 55,000. 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 Kota24,000
Simple Posterior Vitrectomy (Pars plana) with MIVS (micro incision vitrectomy) in Kota55,000
Vitrectomy (Pars plana) + Endolaser in Kota45,000
Vitreoretinal Surgery + Endolaser + Silicon Oil or Gas Tamponade in Kota50,000
Vitrectomy + Endolaser + Silicon Oil or Gas Tamponade + Scleral Buckling in Kota70,000
Lensectomy (Lens replacement) + Vitrectomy in Kota50,000
Complex Vitrectomy (23G) in Kota60,000

Vitrectomy Hospitals in Kota

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

  • Sakat Pura
  • Chawani
  • Baran Road
  • Bundi Road
  • Mahaveer Nagar
  • Vigyan Nagar
  • Swami Vivekananda Nagar
  • Anantpura
  • Borkhera
  • Dadabari
  • Instrumentation Limited Colony
  • Dhanmandi
  • Poonam Calony
  • Jk Colony
  • Naya Gaon
  • Nanta
  • Rawatbhata
  • Bajrang Nagar
  • Police Line
  • Ramganj Mandi
  • Dadwara
  • Keshavpura
  • Gumanpura
  • Civil Lines
  • Sector-4
  • Bhimganj Mandi
  • Kherajagpura
  • Laxmi Pura
  • Nayapura
  • Gaytri Vihar
  • Pachpahar
  • Shashtri Nagar
  • Transport Nagar
  • Rama Krishna Puram
  • New Railway Colony
  • Mahaveer Colony
  • Julmi
  • Mandana
  • Kunhari
  • Raipura
  • Ganesh Nagar
  • Kewal Nagar
  • Kota Industrial Area
  • Sawaimadhopur Road
  • Gudla
  • Kishorepura
  • Bargaon
  • Railway Station Area
  • Ranpur
  • Ladpura
  • Thekra
  • Rampura
  • Rawatbhata Road
  • Vinoba Bhave Nagar
  • Kasar
  • Naya Nohra

Top Vitrectomy Doctors in Kota

Dr. Shweta Jain
Cataract, Retina, Glaucoma, LASIK
Dr. Neha Wadhwa
Dr. Saurabh Jain
Cataract, Retina, Glaucoma, LASIK
Dr. Harleen Kaur
Cataract, Retina, Glaucoma, LASIK

Happy Patients from Kota after Vitrectomy

Rishi Sachdeva

“I just wanted to drop you a note to say thank you and how grateful I am for the surgery you did on my eyes. I am so thankful that I found Mantracare because they made it possible. The surgery was painless, and the procedure was fast and easy. Over the course of about five weeks, the condition of my vision improved so much that it is now back to what it should be.”

– Rishi (Kota)

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 Kota, 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 Kota,  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 Kota 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 Kota. 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.