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About Dr. Naveena

Dr. Naveena is the medical director and chief ophthalmic consultant. She has completed her M.B.B.S and M.S in Ophthalmology from KMC and Sarojini Devi Eye hospital (Osmania University) Hyderabad, respectively.
She further expanded her skills from premier institutes as a Fellow Phacoemulsification and Cataract surgery from Shankara Netralaya, Chennai and a Fellow in Glaucoma from L.V. Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad. Her area of expertise extends to the management of cataract, glaucoma, corneal disorders. She has hence been practicing as an anterior segment surgeon since the past 20 years.
Additionally, she also practices refractive surgeries (Lasik and laser surgeries) to help young patients gain freedom from glasses.
Under Dr. Naveena’s guidance, philanthropic activities like social awareness events and eye camps in rural areas, school and corporate offices have been done.
In association with Prerhnaa Charitable Trust ( a non-profit organization), Dr Naveena and her team has conducted numerous charity screening eye programs for glasses use, glaucoma and cataract surgeries so far.
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  • I) A I O S ( All India Ophthalmology Society )
  • II) G I S ( Glaucoma Society of India )
  • III) H O A ( Hyderabad Ophthalmic Society )
  • IV)I M A ( Indian Medical Association )
  • V)T H A N A ( Telangana Hospitals & Nursing Home Association )






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After you have settled in your doctor’s office, you will be asked your complaints and medical history briefly. Your vision and eye pressure will be checked. Then , depending on the condition, follow up investigations are done. You will given your medicines prescription and follow up date.
Patients commonly seek an appointment with an ophthalmologist when one experiences redness, watering, itching of the eyes or when there is blurring or disturbance in vision to name a few conditions.
It depends on what complaints you have and how they progress. Best to ask your ophthalmologist.
While, most eye conditions do not appear overnight, it’s best to get your eyes checked yearly once. Our aim at Clear Vision Eye Hospital isn’t just to treat eye conditions effectively, but also to diagnose them and early and prevent them.
An Ophthalmologist goes to a medical school followed by one year of internship. After that, they pursue 3 years of residency. Some do months/years of fellowship.
  • They offer-
  • Complete eye exam
  • Diagnose medical eye conditions like glaucoma, uveitis, iritis
  • Perform cataract, glaucoma, squint, refractive surgeries
  • diagnose and treat eye conditions related to other systemic disorders like diabetes, hypertension.
  • perform okay Occuloplasty or plastic eye surgeries to smooth out wrinkles or to correct droopy eyelids.
  • Optometrist on the other hand, are the primary care takers of your eye and offer-
  • Eye exam and vision tests
  • prescribe and help you find the right fit for glasses
  • help you with contact lenses
  • help with other visual aids.
If your child is old enough to understand, do explain to them that there will be an eye exam and it will be quick. The doctor will ask your child to identify letters or shapes or objects to establish their visual acuity. Additionally, the doctor might put eyedrops which might sting a little, but won’t hurt.
-Details of your medical history and family history including allergies
-your previous reports and prescriptions pertaining to your eye health
-Your glasses or contact lenses that you wear
-Details of your insurance.
The doctor may use drops to dilate your eye to get a complete picture of the inside of your eye.
Do bring along someone to drive you home as your vision will be blurry for a few hours.
If it has been a few years since your last eye exam, now is the time to schedule an eye appointment.
While we prefer in clinic examination of the patient, you can call us soon on +91 8008888511 to book your tele- appointment.
After careful evaluation, the ophthalmologist will decide on the best course of action. While the first line of management always be treatment with medicines, surgery is needed in some cases depending on the nature of the disease and how progressive it is. Rest assured, you will be thoroughly investigated before any surgical procedure after your consent has been taken.