Dr. Surbhi Kapadia
Your Vision is Our Priority
When it comes to your eye health, only the best will do. Here are the reasons why patients across Gujarat choose Dr. Surbhi Kapadia at Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital (Best Eye Hospital in Vadodara) for their comprehensive eye care needs.
Dr Surbhi Kapadia, a top-tier ophthalmologist in Vadodara, leads our team with dedication and expertise. Her broad knowledge and hands-on approach make her the top choice for individuals seeking the best eye specialist in Vadodara.
Dr Kapadia specializes in an array of ophthalmic treatments and procedures. From providing basic diagnostic and treatment services for any eye problem to the most complex orbital tumors, her expertise ensures you are in safe hands.
Every eye is unique, which is why Dr Kapadia focuses on creating a tailored treatment plan for each patient. Whether it’s ptosis surgery, cosmetic eye treatment, cataract, or oculoplastic procedures in Vadodara, she ensures you get the care that suits your specific needs.
Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital, led by Dr Kapadia, boasts advanced facilities and cutting-edge technology. This combination provides patients with the best possible treatments and outcomes, setting us apart as one of the top 10 eye hospitals in Vadodara.
Dr Kapadia believes in empowering her patients through knowledge. She will guide you about your condition, treatment options, and preventive measures for long-term eye health.
With an unwavering dedication to superior patient care, Dr Kapadia consistently delivers excellent results. Her commitment to continuous improvement is what makes her one of the best ophthalmologists in Vadodara.
Your eyes deserve the best care, and that’s what you’ll get with Dr Surbhi Kapadia. Choose her for your comprehensive eye health needs and experience the difference that personalized, expert care can make.
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Dr. Surbhi Kapadia
Fellowship (LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad)
Post her M.B.B.S. & M.S. (Ophthalmology) from Baroda Medical College, Dr. Kapadia pursued a long-term fellowship at the esteemed L V Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, to cater to her keen interest in the niche speciality of oculoplasty and facial aesthetics.
Since 2010, Dr. Surbhi Kapadia has established her prowess as an ophthalmologist & oculoplasty specialist at Sunayana Eye Care and Venus Hospital, Baroda. In addition to general ophthalmology, she super specializes in surgical and non-surgical procedures around the eyes, forehead, and eyebrows. Her competence extends to reconstructive plastic surgery of eyes, tumors affecting the orbit or eyelids, and non-surgical anti-aging treatments including fillers & surgical cosmetic eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty).
We’ve revisioned ophthalmology for you.
Dr. Surbhi Kapadia, a leading ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon based in Vadodara, Gujarat, is dedicated to delivering superior eye care solutions to patients across Gujarat.
Frequently Asked Questions
An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions of the eye. Their expertise ranges from prescribing glasses and contact lenses to performing complex and delicate eye surgeries.
An oculoplastic surgeon, also known as an oculofacial or ophthalmic plastic surgeon, specializes in the surgical and non-surgical management of conditions affecting the eyelids, tear ducts, orbits (eye sockets), and the face. This includes cosmetic surgeries such as blepharoplasty and treatments for medical conditions like ptosis (droopy eyelids), entropion, and eye tumours.
Cataract surgery is a procedure to remove the lens of your eye when it has become cloudy, a condition known as a cataract. The surgery involves replacing the cloudy lens with an artificial one. Dr. Surbhi Kapadia uses advanced micro-incision techniques to ensure the surgery is safe and effective and provides quick recovery.
Preparation involves a comprehensive eye exam, medical history review, and consultation with your surgeon to discuss the procedure, risks, and expected outcomes. You may be instructed to stop taking certain medications and to arrange for transportation and after-care support.
The recovery process can vary depending on the type of surgery. Generally, you’ll be given medications to prevent infection and control eye pressure, and be asked to wear an eye shield or glasses to protect your eye. Regular follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your recovery.
Cosmetic eye surgery includes procedures that improve the appearance of the eyes and surrounding areas. Examples include blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), ptosis surgery (to lift droopy eyelids), and botox treatments.
You can visit Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital in Vadodara, Gujarat, or contact us through our website or phone to schedule an appointment. We ensure your queries are addressed promptly and that you receive the best care possible.
Some common signs of eye problems include blurred or distorted vision, persistent eye pain, significant redness, light sensitivity, halos (coloured circles around lights), sudden floaters, flashes of light, and any sudden loss of vision. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should contact an eye specialist immediately.
If you don’t have any chronic eye conditions, adults between the ages of 20 and 40 should have an eye exam every 2 to 4 years. After 40, the frequency should increase to every 1 to 3 years as the risk of eye diseases like cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration increases with age. However, people with eye conditions or risk factors for eye disease should have their eyes examined more frequently.
A stye is a small, painful lump on the inside or outside of the eyelid caused by an infected eyelash follicle or oil gland. Most styes heal on their own within a week. Warm compresses can help speed up the healing process. In some cases, styes may need to be treated with antibiotics or be drained by an eye specialist.
While styes and chalazion may look similar, they are different conditions. A stye is a painful infection of an eyelash follicle or oil gland, typically appearing along the edge of the eyelid. A chalazion, on the other hand, is a painless bump that develops further on the eyelid due to a blocked oil gland. Both conditions can be treated with warm compresses, but persistent or large chalazion may require steroid injections or surgical removal.
While eye exercises can help relieve eyestrain and improve the coordination of your eyes, they cannot correct conditions like nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or presbyopia. These conditions are related to the shape of your eye, the flexibility of your eye’s lens, or age-related changes – factors that cannot be significantly altered with exercise.
Note: The information provided is general in nature and may not apply to your specific condition. Always consult with your doctor for accurate information.