The field of ophthalmology is a highly specialized area of medicine focused on identifying and curing eye-related disorders to preserve and improve one's eyesight and overall visual well-being. A significant 2.2 billion people worldwide are burdened with some form of vision impairment. However, identifying these disorders early can prevent or manage issues in half of these patients.

Rejuvenate Your Vision with Us

At GMCClinics, our team of DHA-certified ophthalmologists is renowned for their proficiency in eye care. Providing a broad range of services, including routine eye exams and complex surgeries, these experts specialize in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of eye conditions, such as refractive errors (like nearsightedness and farsightedness), glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and diabetic eye disease, among others. From the moment you enter our clinics, our specialists prioritize your comfort every step of the way. A series of thorough assessments are conducted using innovative technology to facilitate your diagnosis. Our experts simplify complex information, providing clear insights and tailored treatment plans that match your unique needs.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is recommended that healthy adults in their twenties have a comprehensive eye exam by an ophthalmologist once, and those in their thirties twice. In addition, people in their forties should opt for complete eye exams to detect potential diseases or vision changes early. For seniors aged sixty-five or older, it is advisable to schedule eye exams annually or biennially to screen for age-related eye diseases such as cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, and glaucoma.


When is the Right Time to Get an Eye Check-Up?

If you happen to experience any of the symptoms listed below, a timely eye examination can uncover underlying issues and prevent potential vision problems:

Changes in Vision: Blurriness, haziness, or sudden changes in vision clarity.

  • Eye Pain or Discomfort: Persistent eye pain, itching, burning sensation, or discomfort.
  • Visual Disturbances: Sudden appearance of floaters, flashes of light, blind spots, or distorted vision.
  • Eye Redness or Irritation: Persistent redness, swelling, or eye irritation.
  • Headaches: Frequent or persistent headaches, especially around the eyes.
  • Eye Strain: Frequent eye strain, particularly after prolonged computer or device use.
  • Double Vision: Seeing double or having trouble focusing on objects.
  • Difficulty Seeing at Night: Trouble seeing clearly in low-light conditions or at night.
  • Sensitivity to Light: Increased sensitivity to light or photophobia.
  • Changes in Eye Appearance: Bulging eyes, crossed eyes, or any noticeable change in eye appearance.
  • Gradual Vision Loss: Gradual loss of peripheral vision or decreased overall vision.
Our Ophthalmology Department Offers a Wide Range of Eye-Care Treatments, Including:
Our Ophthalmology Department Offers a Wide Range of Eye-Care Treatments, Including:
What do We Offer at GMCClinics?
What do We Offer at GMCClinics?