Dr Rupal Gupta is one of the best Eye Specialists in Gurgaon with an experience of over 15 years in this field. Dr. Rupal Gupta is a leading Ophthalmologist and has been practicing with more than 15 years of experience in treating Squints in children and adults.
Fortis Memorial Research Institute,Gurgaon
Dr. Rupal Gupta has been practicing as an ophthalmologist for over 15 years now. She has large expertise in the field of squints. Dr. Rupal Gupta has worked with many prestigious institutions such as Khambhat General Hospital (Gujarat), Kalyani Hospital (Gurgaon), Drishti Eye Centre (Gurgaon) and Fortis Memorial Research Institute (Gurgaon).
Member, All India Ophthalmological Society. Member, Delhi Ophthalmological Society (DOS). Member, Haryana Opthalmological Society. Member, Gurgaon Opthalmological Society. Member, Indian Medical Association (IMA).
MBBS- B J Medical College, Ahmedabad. Diploma in Ophthalmology - M & J Institute of Ophthalmology, Ahmedabad. M S in Ophthalmology- M & J Institute of Ophthalmology, Ahmedabad. Fellowship in Strabismolgy- M & J Institute of Ophthalmology, Ahmedabad. Fellowship in Phacoemulsification- SSG Alcon Phaco centre, Rajkot
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An ophthalmologist is a doctor who commonly acts as both a physician and a surgeon. He or she examines and treats diseases and injuries in and around the eye.
An ophthalmologist is an MD who specializes in eye and vision care. Ophthalmologists perform eye exams, diagnose and treat disease. They prescribe medications and perform eye surgery and also write prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses.
An optometrist specializes in prescribing glasses and contact lenses, low vision, and the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases. They are not medical doctors. An ophthalmologist is an MD that specializes in prescribing glasses and contact lenses and the diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment of eye disease.
They perform surgeries for:
It is important to treat one's eyes with care. Ignoring changes in your vision or skipping eye examinations can your eyes at risk.
It has been recommended that the adults see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible if they experience any of the following symptoms: