Eye Checkup
Eye Checkup
Eye Surgery
MRI Scan
MRI Scan
Our Mission
Our Mission


Savera Hospital has now become a full fledged outpatient Cataract Surgery Center with the most modern equipments and technology. The hospital is housed in a spacious and centrally air-conditioned premise at the outskirts of Moga city.
We also combine the expertise of our team which includes specialist Eye Surgeons who are highly experienced in their specialties of Cataract, Retina, Glaucoma & Laser and Lasik Eye Surgeries.

Disorders of EyeDisorders of The Eye

The eyes are undoubtedly the most sensitive and delicate organs we possess, and perhaps the most amazing. They present us with the window through which we view the world, and are responsible for four fifths of all the information our brain receives, which is probably why we rely on our eyesight more than any other sense. Some eye problems are minor and fleeting. But some lead to a permanent loss of vision.
Your best defense is to have regular checkups, because eye diseases do not always have symptoms. Early detection and treatment could prevent vision loss. See an eye care professional right away if you have a sudden change in vision or everything looks dim or if you see flashes of light. Other symptoms that need quick attention are pain, double vision, fluid coming from the eye and inflammation.

According to WHO estimates:

  • Approximately 285 million people worldwide live with serious vision impairment
  • Of these, 39 million people are blind and 246 million have moderate to severe visual impairment;
  • Also included, 153 million people are visually impaired due to uncorrected refractive errors (near-sightedness, far-sightedness or astigmatism). In most cases, normal vision could be restored with eyeglasses or contact lenses
  • Yet 75% of blindness is avoidable - i.e. treatable and/or preventable
  • 90% of blind people live in low-income countries
  • Restorations of sight, and blindness prevention strategies are among the most cost-effective interventions in health care
  • Infectious causes of blindness are decreasing as a result of public health interventions and socio-economic development. Blinding trachoma now affects fewer than 80 million people, compared to 360 million in 1985
  • Aging populations and lifestyle changes mean that chronic blinding conditions such as diabetic retinopathy are projected to rise exponentially
  • Women face a significantly greater risk of vision loss than men
  • Without effective, major intervention, the number of blind people worldwide has been projected to increase to 76 million by 2020