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Dr. Subhash P. Kadam


Phacosurgeon and Oculoplastic Surgeon


Dr. Sunita S. Kadam


(Contact-Lens Specialist)


Dr. Ranjit S. Kadam

FRCS(Ed., U.K.), DNB(Opth.),DO

Phacosurgeon and Glaucoma Specialist

Specialist in LASIK


Dr. Manisha R. Kadam


Feliow of L V Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad

Phacosurgeon & Cornea Specialist

Specialist in LASIK





Patient Information


  • Alcon Infiniti Phaco Machine (with Osil Technology)
  • Millenium Microsurgical System (Phaco Machine with Anterior and Posterior Segment Surgical Capabilities)
  • Storz Protégé Phaco Machine
  • Zeiss Visu 150 Operating Microscope
  • Quantel Axis II A – B Scan with Immersion Biometry
  • Laserex YAG laser
  • Canon RK 50 Auto Refractometer and Keratometer
  • Multifocal, Toric and Aspheric Foldable IOLs



  • Phaco Surgery with Foldable Lenses
  • Micro Phaco (Ultra small Incision Phaco)
  • Specialty Lenses : Aspheric Lenses, Multifocal Lens and Toric Lens Implant

The clouding of the lens of the eye is called as cataract. Phaco surgery has revolutionized cataract surgery in the last two decades. Phaco surgery entails breaking down the nucleus of the cataract inside the eye using Ultrasound energy and aspirating it using high suction. The incision size usually is between 1.8 – 2.8 mm. A foldable lens is then implanted through this micro incision.

The Intra ocular lens technology (Lens that can be implanted inside the eye) has undergone a sea change. At Dr.Kadam’s Eye Hospital and Institute we offer most of these speciality lens implantations

  • Aspheric Lens – Gives a perfect and accurate result after surgery as these lenses have modified surface in such a way that it has uniform power throughout the optic of the lenses.
  • Multifocal lens – Provides bifocal vision so that the patient doesn’t require lenses after cataract surgery for distance as well as near vision. It almost eliminates the need to wear spectacles after cataract surgery in indicated cases.
  • Toric Lens – This is an intra-ocular lens used to correct astigmatism (Cylindrical lens power) which cannot otherwise be corrected by routine lenses.

Phaco surgery was started at the hospital by Dr. Subhash Kadam in 1993 and now Dr. Ranjit Kadam and Dr. Manisha Kadam carry forward this tradition.


Dr. Subhash Kadam devised the ‘Crush Technique’ that allow phaco surgery to be done in all kinds of cataract including very hard cataracts, subluxated cataracts and hypermature cataracts. He presented his technique at various national and international conferences.



Kadam Eye LASIK Centre is a part of group of KADAM EYE HOSPITALS. It is started and run by Dr. Ranjit Kadam and Dr. Manisha Kadam, both with a rich experience in the field of LASIK surgery.


The emphasis at KELC is on safety and precision. Using the latest in Excimer laser technology (Carl Zeiss, Germany), we endeavour to give our patient the best possible correction to match the natural sight without spectacles or lenses. We do not treat this surgery as a cosmetic surgery but as a procedure to greatly improve patient life style by removing a major sight handicap for the patient.


Every possible plan in LASIK surgery from routine LASIK to Wavefront Optimised LASIK and Wave front Corrected LASIK are offered to suitable patients allowing us to do aspheric, tissue saving, aberrometry corrected, topography linked customised LASIK plans, to give the patient a crisp and clear vision. This is possible through the use of Latest in Excimer laser technology and an advance Aberrometer, topographer and planning and Integration centre.




  • Humphery Field Analysers
  • InamiApplanationTonometers
  • Volk and Zeiss Gonioscopy Lenses


Glaucoma is a serious sight threatening disease characterized by a loss of visual field due to the pressure inside the eye (Intra ocular pressure - IOP). In most common type of Glaucoma (Open angle Glaucoma), the disease gives no symptom to the patient and can cause total irreversible blindness. The challenges are to diagnose glaucoma in the early stage and manage it effectively before it causes substantial damage. At the hospital we have all the highly sophisticated tools for the diagnosis and treatment of Glaucoma. Various surgeries for control of Glaucoma are routinely performed.



Specialized Contact Lenses:

There are specialized contact lenses available for specific conditions of the eyes. They give guarantied vision in these patients making them even 6/6.


These cases are of difficult corneas or failed corneal procedures like :


  • Difficult Refractive Conditions due to Corneal Thinning.
  • High Cylindrical numbers not managed by glasses or in Routine Lenses. (Expected Vision 6/6) Keratoconus.
  • Early Keratoconus to Stabilize the shape of the Cornea and Prevent the Progression of the Coning.
  • Established Keratoconus with Non-Satisfactory Vision with the Glasses.
  • Established Keratoconus with Non-Satisfactory Contact Lens (Soft or Regular or RoseK) Fitting.
  • Complicated Cases of Keratoconus- Hydrops, Corneal Opacity.
  • Keratoglobus – whole Cornea is thin and numbers are not corrected by and mode of Refraction.
  • Pellucidal Marginal Degeneration: - margins of the corneas are sick and cause recurrent inflammation of the eye and marginal thinning.


Pre/Post Lasik (Laser surgery for number reduction) complications :


  • Post Lasik thinning of corneas leading to regression of numbers and inability to get good vision in glasses or any other lenses.
  • Patients who have been denied Lasik surgeries due to difficult numbers.
  • Incomplete correction of their numbers with routine lenses.
  • Difficult complex numbers after Laser surgery.
  • Patients who have been denied Lasik surgeries due to thin corneas.
  • Failed radial keratotomy surgery patients have best vision with them, and it also protects that cornea from sudden injury.


Industrial hazards affecting eyes :


  • Complications of chemical injuries
  • Limbal stem cell deficiency following chemical burns ( lime, caustic, ammonia alkali or acid burns)
  • Scars following chemical burns.
  • Non healing corneal erosions after chemical burns
  • As protection of eyes from chemical fumes in chemical factories
  • Wielding burns and industries which have constant exposure to heat and blazes to the eyes. It can be used like protective cover to the eye from heat and splinters or foreign bodies. it gives cooling effect to the eyes.


Other corneal conditions :


  • Steven Johnson syndrome- drug induced relational side effect in the eyes.
  • Pellucidal Marginal Degeneration.
  • Terrains Marginal Degeneration.
  • Recurrent Corneal Erosions.
  • Pediatric Patients with High Mixed Nos.
  • One Eyed Aphakic Patients with Corneal Decompensation.
  • Post Keratoplasty to Manage Refractive Errors.


How does it help physiologically :


The corneal tissue physiologically is a wet tissue it functions like a lens window as well as refractive glass. It also contains lot of nerves in its layers hence if they get exposed it causes lot of pain.


There are three main layers of the cornea out of which the outer most layer needs to be kept wet and healthy.


Any condition which causes dryness in eyes leading to damage of this layer and not allow healing with any modality the specialized contact lenses are known to help in the healing and this healing will help in restoring the vision.


All those who have any of the above mentioned problems do definitely take note of this newer modality of treatment and take a trial to see if this helps.


Oculoplastic Surgery :


Various Oculoplastic surgeries are performed at Dr. Kadam’s Eye Hospital.


Dr. Subhash Kadam specializes in Squint surgery and has corrected many a cross eyed patients. He has been performing squint or strabismus surgery for last 40 years.


Other routinely performed squint surgeries are Ptosis correction, Entropion, Ectropion, DCR etc.



It is an artificial eye in the disfigured non - seeing eye :


  • A fake eye also called "OCULAR PROSTHESIS" and can be worn full time.
  • Custom made to patients other eye, which results in symmetry, maximized movement and exact colour match.
  • With the help of Advanced Techniques, we can match contours and folds of the eye lids, amount of movement and colour of the natural eye.



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