After having worked in the field of patient care for so many years, we realized that apart from the pain of the disease per se, a patient has to undergo unnecessary stress in his journey from diagnosis, evaluation, surgery to follow up care and often has to travel to various places and specialists for full care of the eyes. Hence, we decided to bring together all these under one roof in a soothing environment so that we take good quality care not only of your eyes but also of you.
MGM New Bombay hospital Vashi team serves to make room for miracles!
Bringing cutting edge technology in eye care and having a well-trained team of ophthalmologists MGM New Bombay hospital Vashi, aims to bring compassion, care and cure to those in need. MGM New Bombay hospital Vashi strives to provide seamless quality eye care to every person every time with a personal touch. For us, your trust and your smile are our biggest achievements every single day.
Various specialties include Cataract and Cornea, Refractive Surgery, Retina, and Glaucoma are available. Eye specialists at MGM New Bombay Hospital Vashi are trained from the best eye hospitals in India and abroad and offer eye care with the latest diagnostic and surgical technology.
Our team ensures that comfort, excellent clinical care and safety.


    • Lumera i microscope and Alcon Infiniti phacoemulsification with MICS micro incision Coaxial surgery capability.
    • IOL power measurement with IOL Master.
    • Refractive Cataract clear lens exchange.
    • Multifocal IOLs.
    • Disc Evaluation.
    • Visual Field Test (Perimetry).
    • Scanning of optic nervice ( OCT-RFNL of Optic Disc).
    • Measurement of Corneal Thickness (Corneal Pachymetry).
    • Intraocular Pressure Evaluations (Non Contact and Applanation).
    • Laser Therapy of Glaucoma/Trabeculectomy .
    • Ptosis (Lid Drooping) Evaluation and Surgeries.
    • Treatment of misdirection of eye lashes (Trichiasis) .
    • Enucleation and Evisceration.
    • Lid tear repair.
    • BOTOX injections for cosmetic purpose
    • Dilated fundus exam
    • Fundus Photo
    • Macular OCT(Retinal Scanning)
    • FFA
    • Retinal Laser
    • Intravitreal/Introcular injections
    • Vitrectomy surgeries
    • Macular Degeneration
    • Retinal Detachment surgery
    • Retinopathy of Premature Screening in premature babies


At MGM New Bombay Hospital Vashi all eye care services from diagnostic, out- patient and eye surgery are available under one roof. This Hospital has a State-of-the-Art diagnostic instruments and Operation Theatre to help the surgeon achieve accurate diagnosis and conduct superior technique surgeries on all patients and achieve best vision possible post-operatively.
Our Hospital Ophthalmologists have enjoyed high levels of satisfaction from restoring sight to patients. Patient’s expectations after routine cataract surgery are at an all time high now. To meet these expectations and bolster confidence in patients regarding surgical outcome, MGM has purchased high end phaco machine... Infinity and best in class surgical microscope... Zeiss Lumera.
MGM New Bombay hospital Vashi conducts many medical camps for eye check-ups year-around. The camps are conducted at schools and other social organizations. The ophthalmology department has been successful in diagnosing eye problems in many students. The camps in schools were extended to include parents and grandparent; a gesture appreciated by one and all. Many cataract conditions in parents and grandparents of the students could be identified. MGM has not only helped in bringing about awareness in eye problems like Cataract, Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy etc. but also guided the affected people towards effective solutions.

  Technology & Infrastructure

MGM NEW BOMBAY Hospital Vashi, has always been trendsetters and pioneers in bringing on positive changes. MGM Ophthalmic department has the best team of Consultants, state-of-an-art infrastructure and latest advanced Equipments.
    • ZEISS Visucam 524 Fundus Camera.
    • ZEISS Slit Lamp SL 120.
    • ZEISS IOL Master 500 PCI.
    • ZEISS OPMI Lumera I Surgical Microscope.
    • ZEISS Cirrus HD-OCT 500-Version 8.
    • Topcon Auto Kerato-Refractometer KR-800.
    • Advanced Phacoemulsification Unit Alcon's Infiniti Vision System.
    • Topcon Computerised Non Contact Tonometer CT-800.
    • Vitrectomy Machine-DORC EVA.
    • Nidek Multispot Green Laser Machine-Model:GYC-500 with Slit Lamp Model:SL-180.
    • Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer(740i)(ZEISS).
    • Corneal Topography (TMS4).
The ZIESS slit lamp Biomicroscope provides superb optics and brilliant illumination for an error free checkup. At MGM Hospital Vashi, we use Auto Chart Projector with computer technology for greater projection accuracy and combined with the ultramodern Topcon Auto Kerato-Refractometer KR-800 for efficient refraction.
We have Accurate Intra Ocular Lens (Iol) Power Calculation. We use advanced A-scan biometer (Biomedix), crucial for a satisfactory postoperative visual outcome. For phaco we use Advanced Phacoemulsification Unit Alcon's Infiniti Vision System, USA loaded with the latest software (intelligent Phaco) for the best possible results. For posterior segment(Retinal Surgery) we use Vitrectomy Machine-DORC EVA with Latest software and technology.
We have World-class operation theatre rooms (HEPA FILTER) special for ophthalmic surgery. Latest Lumira Operating Microscope from ZIESS which provides outstanding picture quality that is critical to eye surgery. All the materials used during surgery(starting from surgical drapes to intraocular lenses) are of the highest standard.


A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens inside your eye. This lens, located behind the iris, works just like the lens of a camera-focusing light images on the retina, which sends images to the brain. The human lens can become so clouded it keeps light and images from reaching the retina. A cataract can be the reason sharp images become blurred, bright colors become dull, or seeing at night is more difficult. It may also be why the reading glasses orbifocals that used to help you read or do other simple tasks no longer seem to help. Vision with cataracts has been described as seeing life through old, cloudy film. But a cataract is not a "film' over the eyes, and neither diet nor lasers will make it go away, nor can it be prevented. Eye injury, certain diseases, or even some medications can cause the clouding. The best wayto treat cataract is with surgery that removes the old, clouded lens and replaces it with a new, artificial one to restore your vision and, in many ways, significantly improves your quality of life.

One of the safest and most successful procedures performed today. Huge medical advances have been made in the treatment of cataracts. For patients, cataract surgery is generally a simple, outpatient procedure with little discomfort, only requires a few hours, and uses atopicalanaesthetic. The operation itself entails making a tiny incision in the eye. Through this incision, the surgeon inserts an instrument about the size of a pen tip. This instrument breaks the cloudy lens into pieces and removes them from the eye. Once the cataract is removed, a cataract replacement lens is inserted through the same tiny incision and set into position to replace the natural lens.

Most patients typically return home the very same day as cataract surgery. Eye drops may be prescribed to guard against infection and help your eye heal. For a few days, you may need to wear an eye patch to keep away irritants. Everyone heals differently, but most patients see well enough to return to most of their routine activities within a few days of recovery.

An intraocular lens (IOL) is the replacement lens that is surgically implanted in the eye to replace the existing clouded lens during cataract surgery. The good news is that you've encountered cataracts at a time when intraocular lens technology has taken great leaps of progress. Traditionally, the replacement lens used for cataract is a mono-focal IOL.

Glaucoma is the third leading cause of irreversible blindness. It is a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve. Worldwide, about 70 million people have glaucoma and approximately half do not know they have it. Early on, there may be no symptoms. Optic Nerve and glaucoma Although damage to the optic nerve is permanent, early detection and treatment can help control the progression of this disease and may help to preserve vision.

One of the main causes of glaucoma is high intraocular pressure (IOP) caused by the build up of natural fluid (aqueous humor) produced by the eyes to keep them healthy and functioning normally. The eyes constantly make and drain this fluid, and pressure is needed to help keep this process in balance. High IOP occurs when drainage channels in the eyes are blocked. This increased pressure damages the optic nerve, which the eyes and brain need to communicate, leading to the destruction of the eyes nerve cells. The death of these cells leads to permanent vision loss. High IOP is a risk factor for glaucoma and the higher the pressure the greater the risk. Lowering eye pressure in glaucoma's early stages offers the best chance of preserving vision. Even if eye pressure is high, a diagnosis of glaucoma is not made until there is damage to the optic nerve. High eye pressure often does not hurt. In fact, 40% of the optic nerve can be damaged before vision loss is noticed. Glaucoma can also develop in people with normal eye pressure.

Anyone can develop glaucoma. High eye pressure is the only modifiable risk factor for glaucoma, although several other factors also increase the likelihood of developing the disease:

Diagnosing glaucoma Routine eye exams are crucial to detect glaucoma before serious, irreversible vision loss occurs. As part of a comprehensive eye exam, eye specialists can perform a variety of tests to determine if someone has glaucoma. These tests include:

It is caused by changes in the blood vessels of the retina. In some cases blood vessels may swell and leak fluid, while in some other cases abnormal new blood vessels grow on the surface of the retina.

Blood vessels damaged from diabetic retinopathy can cause vision loss in two ways:

This condition is called macular edema. It can occur at any stage of diabetic retinopathy, although it is more likely to occur as the disease progresses. About half of the people with proliferative retinopathy also have macular edema.

All people with diabetes - both type 1 and type 2- are at risk.That's why everyone with diabetes should get a comprehensive dilated eye exam at least once a year.The longer someone has diabetes,the more likely he or she will get diabetic retinopathy.

Often there are no symptoms in the early stages of the disease,nor is there any pain. Don't wait for symptoms.Be sure to have a comprehensive dilated eye exam at least once a year. Blurred vision may occur when the macula - the part of the retina that provides sharp central vision - swells from leaking fluid. This condition is called macular edema.If new blood vessels grow on the surface of the retina,they can bleed into the eye and block vision.

During the first three stages of diabetic retinopathy, no treatment is needed, unless you have macular edema. To prevent progression of diabetic retinopathy, people with diabetes should control their levels of blood sugar, blood pressure, and blood cholesterol. Proliferative retinopathy is treated with laser surgery. This procedure is called Pan Retinal Photocoagulation which helps to shrink the abnormal blood vessels.

Eye Donation means donating the eyes of a person after death for transplantation with the family consent.Cornea is the clear tissue covering the front of the eye.

If the cornea becomes cloudy because of any disease, injury, infection or poor nutrition, vision is dramatically reduced or lost.

Corneal blindness can be treated by replacing the damaged cornea by a healthy donated human cornea. The human Cornea can be procured through Eye Donation only.

Eyes should be donated within 6 - 8hrs of death. Anyone can be a donor, irrespective of age, sex, blood group or religion. Anyone with Cataract or spectacles can donate eyes. Persons suffering from hypertension, diabetes can also donate eyes. Total Enucleation takes 15-20 minutes. There is nodisfigurement of the face of the donor. About 10cc blood of the donor is also collected for testing. Eyes can be donated even if the deceased had not formally pledged his/her eyes during his/her lifetime. Eye Bank team will rush over to the donor's home or anyother place where the body is available after death. This is a free service in public interest.After pledging please inform your family about your wish to donate eyes, so that they can fulfil your wish.