DR­ISHTI EYE HOSPI­TAL

ISO 9001:2008 Cer­ti­fied (HARYANA & HI­MACHAL GOVT. AP­PROVED)

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Dr­ishti Eye Hospi­tal is an ap­proved Eye Surgery Cen­tre (for Re­im­burse­ment Pur­pose) for var­i­ous or­ga­ni­za­tions as : HARYANA GOVT'S (BOARDS & COR­PO­RA­TIONS ALSO) EM­PLOY­EES, PEN­SION­ERS & DE­PEN­DENTS, Pb. Govt. Em­ploy­ees (re­tirees & de­pen­dents), SBI, Haryana State Electricity Board, Food Cor­po­ra­tion of In­dia (Haryana & Pun­jab), Cen­tral Ware Hous­ing Cor­po­ra­tion, SCL, BSNL. The hospi­tal is also em­pan­elled for Medi­claim Cash­less Fa­cil­ity through all ma­jor In­sur­ance Com­pa­nies & TPA'S. The hospi­tal is be­ing run in the di­rec­tor­ship of Dr. Ashok Gupta who has an ex­pe­ri­ence of more than 23 years with spe­cial in­ter­est in treat­ment of An­te­rior Seg­ment Dis­or­ders es­pe­cially Cataract & Glau­coma with world's lat­est tech­niques. The com­mon symp­toms of Cataract (SAFED MOTIA) : Clouded, blurred or dim vi­sion. Fading or yel­low­ing of colors. Sen­si­tiv­ity to light and glare. In­creas­ing dif­fi­culty with vi­sion at night spe­cially while driv­ing. Fre­quent changes in eye­glass or con­tact lens pre­scrip­tion. Re­mem­ber: Only treat­ment of Cataract is surgery. Don't wait for surgery till the cataract ma­tures com­pletely. Surgery can be done in any sea­son with the help of Mod­ern Tech­nol­ogy (PHACO Emul­si­fi­ca­tion - No Stitch Tech­nique). It's not nec­es­sary to take bed rest or take any spe­cial pre­cau­tion af­ter surgery. A cataract which cre­ates prob­lem in the daily work, should be re­moved im­me­di­ately. Dr. Ashok Gupta, Dr­ishti Eye Hospi­tal, Sec. 11, Pkl. 2571572, 9417004447, 2568278 treat­ments. Micro­organ­isms can hide in the denti­nal tubules, or tiny holes, of the dentin sur­round­ing the root. With con­ven­tional root canals, the clean­ing process doesn't al­ways reach all of the tubules, leav­ing be­hind some of the bac­te­ria well af­ter the root canal is filled and sealed which may lead to root canal treat­ment fail­ure. The laser pen­e­trates deep into the por­ous tubules, re­mov­ing bac­te­ria with­out dam­ag­ing the sur­round­ing tis­sue. Laser is per­fect for reach­ing ar­eas that me­tal in­stru­ments don't. Re­mem­ber, your den­tist's goal is to save your tooth and get you out of pain, so re­gard­less of what type of pro­ce­dure you choose; root canal ther­apy is an im­por­tant treat­ment to pre­serve your den­tal health. Dr. Vinod Chan­del M.D.S Prosthodon­tics and Im­plan­tol­ogy (AIIMS, New Delhi) & Diplo­mat Laser Den­tistry Aachen Univer­sity Ger­many at Ad­vanced Den­tal and Med­i­cal Care SCO 156 FF Sec 37C Chd. 09815131898, 0172-2691001 and aviod sun­light this will fur­ther in­crease the ir­ri­ta­tion. 5. Af­ter cel­e­brat­ing holy it is im­por­tant to re­move color and re­plen­ish and re­ju­ve­nate the face by us­ing our "NAT­U­RAL UB­TAN" with milk this ub­tan is laced with aroma oils that have an anti-fun­gal and anti-bac­te­rial ef­fect and can take care of the bad ef­fects of the chem­i­cal colors. 6. For body wash use our "NAT­U­RAL BODY UB­TAN" and ap­ply "BLUSH BODY LO­TION" on en­tire body im­mi­di­etly as skin gets de­hy­der­ated and dull due to chem­i­cals in colors. 7. "HAIR CARE" Hair is prone to get­ting spoiled with these chem­i­cal colors. It can turn brit­tle and ex­tremely dry. Though no se­ri­ous dam­age is done to routes and scalp, the hair be­gin to break. 8. Soak your hair with our "APRICOT OIL" be­fore in­dulging in colors so that all color slides away when you wash off. 9. Wash hair with our "ES­SEN­TIAL OIL BASED SHAM­POO AND CON­DI­TIONER" to leave hair smooth and silky. Wish­ing you all a very en­joy­able & safe HOLI. Betty Nan­gia,

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