Dr. Surbhi Kapadia

M.B.B.S., M.S. (Ophthalmology), Fellowship (LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad)

Vadodara’s Leading Ophthalmologist and Oculoplasty Specialist

An accomplished Ophthalmologist and Oculoplasty specialist, Dr Surbhi Kapadia brings to the table a combination of experience, skill, and passion for patient care. After completing her M.B.B.S. & M.S. (Ophthalmology) from Baroda Medical College, she pursued her interest in the niche speciality of Oculoplasty and Facial Aesthetics, completing a long-term fellowship from the renowned LV Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad.

Since 2010, Dr. Surbhi Kapadia has been offering world-class eye care services in Vadodara. Beyond general ophthalmology, Dr. Kapadia specializes in surgical and non-surgical procedures around the eyes, forehead, and eyebrows. An expert in reconstructive plastic surgery of the eyes and handling tumours affecting the orbit or eyelids, she is also skilled in non-surgical anti-ageing treatments like fillers and surgical cosmetic eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty).

At Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital, we take pride in our state-of-the-art equipment and Dr. Surbhi Kapadia’s extensive experience. Her commitment to achieving excellent results ensures you receive the highest standard of eye care for all your eye health needs.

When to Consult an

Oculoplasty Specialist

Consider consulting with an Oculoplasty specialist if you have:

Excessive watering of eyes (DCR)

This could indicate a blocked tear duct or other issues affecting tear production and drainage.

Swelling & tumours affecting the eyelids

Any noticeable changes to the structure of your eyelids, especially growths, require professional attention.

Droopy eyelids (Ptosis)

When the upper eyelid falls to a position that is lower than normal, it might obstruct vision.

Bulging or prominent eyes (Proptosis)

This could indicate a problem such as a thyroid eye disease or an orbital tumour.

Thyroid eye disease (Orbital Decompression)

If you have Graves' disease, you could develop thyroid eye disease, which may cause discomfort or vision problems.

Eyelid injury or orbital fracture

Trauma to the eye area should always be evaluated by a specialist to prevent complications.

Blepharospasm or hemifacial spasm (Botox)

Involuntary twitching or contraction of the eye muscles can be a distressing condition that requires specialist care.

Cosmetic eye problems (Blepharoplasty, Fillers)

If you're considering aesthetic enhancements to your eyes or the surrounding area, a consultation can provide personalized advice and treatment options.

The need for an artificial eye

If you've lost an eye due to injury or disease, an Oculoplasty specialist can guide you through the process of getting an artificial eye.

Who should consult an eye specialist?

It is essential to understand that eye health is not just for those experiencing vision problems. Everyone can benefit from regular eye examinations as a preventive measure. However, certain individuals may need to consult an eye specialist more frequently or urgently. This includes:

This is the most obvious group – if you’re having trouble seeing or notice changes in your vision, such as blurry vision, spots, flashes of light, or persistent eye pain, you should see an eye specialist promptly.

Certain health conditions, like diabetes or hypertension, can affect your eyes. Regular check-ups with an eye specialist are vital in these cases to monitor any changes or complications.

If your family has a history of eye diseases such as glaucoma or macular degeneration, regular check-ups with an eye specialist can help detect these conditions early.

Ageing increases the risk of certain eye diseases, so regular eye examinations become even more important as you grow older.

If you suffer from conditions such as ptosis, thyroid eye disease, or dacryocystitis, or require aesthetic or reconstructive eye surgery, a consultation with an eye specialist like Dr. Surbhi Kapadia, who specializes in these areas, is essential.

Eye health plays a crucial role in a child’s development and academic performance. Kids should have regular eye check-ups to detect any vision problems that might affect their learning.

Remember, regular eye check-ups are a crucial part of maintaining overall health. If it’s been a while since your last eye exam, or if you’re experiencing any eye-related symptoms, don’t wait – schedule an appointment with an eye specialist today.

Consultation Locations and Timings

Besides her primary practice at Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital in Vadodara, Dr Surbhi Kapadia also visits the following locations:

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