Optical Services

Kamal Eye hospital offers high-quality eye-related treatment and cure to the patients. Our experienced optometrists evaluate and provide accurate eyeglasses and even a productive solution to refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. Our hospital is equipped with advanced fitting and processing devices with trained optometrists to cater to all types of patient’s needs. Kamal Eye hospital is a one-stop solution to get both personalized care and best optical solutions under one roof.

Kamal Eye Hospital dispenses the following services:

  • High index lenses for higher powers
  • Single vision lenses, bifocal lenses and progressive addition lenses
  • Lenses with tint, anti-reflection coating, hard coat
  • Glass or plastic lenses
  • Frames and reading glasses

Plastic lenses

These are lightweight, come with excellent optical qualities, and are affordable. Moreover, these break-resistant lenses provide better protection to your eyes. As plastic lenses are water and dust resistant, they prevent dust and water to get into the eyes, protecting from minor and major infections. Vision errors can also be corrected effectively by using plastic lenses.

Polycarbonate lenses

It is similar to plastic lenses. Polycarbonate lenses are lightweight and provide wonderful optical qualities to your eyes. These lenses are highly break-resistant and also scratch proof. It not only fixes vision errors like plastic lenses but also provide crystal clear vision.

Contact Lenses

 This cost-effective and lightweight contact lenses offer crisp and clear vision. It is the best alternative to eyeglasses that provides a hassle-free solution for vision correction. Contact lenses are available in 3 varieties such as soft lenses, semi-soft lenses, and RGP lenses.


Healthy eyes denote 20/20 vision without any ocular defects. Below are our most frequently asked questions about eye health, and vision.

Eyesight is the most precious and delicate things in our body. Moreover, many illnesses show their earliest sign in the eyes. Hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, multiple sclerosis, cataracts, glaucoma, frequent headaches can be the cause of vision complications. Doctors recommend beginning eye checkup once a year starting at age 6.

There are many factors taken into consideration when your eye specialist examines your eyes for contact lens wear. Some of them are curvature of your eye, prescription strength, and how much tears produced by your eyes naturally. Once your eye doctor has all the necessary information, he/she can recommend whether you need to wear glasses or contact lens.

The first step to clean glasses is rinsing with cool tap water, or with a pre-moistened wipe. Then pat dry with a clean soft cloth. For the best cleaning, a couple uses mildest dish soap on the lenses. Rub it all over the lenses, entire frame, even the nose-pads. Rinse and dry. This way you can remove debris, and long last your glasses life.

Sunglass isn’t enough. You need to wear sunglasses that provide UV protection from harmful sun rays. One of the leading causes of cataracts is an excess of exposure to UV rays.

Absolutely. You always need to examine your eyes before opting to wear a color contact lens. Wearing contacts without proper fit leads to discomfort, abrasions, and eye infections.