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Common Characteristics of Pteryigum

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Vision Problems
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Pteryigum Procedure

Before the Procedure:

Before a pterygium procedure, patients should schedule a consultation with an ophthalmologist, provide their medical history, and follow preoperative instructions, which may include medication adjustments and fasting.

During the Procedure:

During the pterygium procedure, local anesthesia is administered to numb the eye. The surgeon carefully removes the pterygium and may perform conjunctival grafting. Sutures are used to close the surgical site.

After the Procedure:

After the procedure, patients may wear an eye patch for protection. They should adhere to postoperative care instructions, including using prescribed eye drops and medications. Recovery involves managing discomfort, redness, and blurred vision, with follow-up appointments.

Cost of Pteryigum Surgery

The cost of pterygium surgery can vary widely depending on various factors, including the geographic location, the specific surgical technique used, the surgeon’s experience, and whether you have insurance coverage. Without insurance, pterygium surgery can cost anywhere from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. On an average, the cost of pterygium surgery at Eyemantra starts from ₹ 7,000

Hear from our Patients


“After my pterygium procedure at EyeMantra, I can’t thank them enough. Their expertise and care made the surgery a breeze. My vision is clear, and the discomfort is gone. A life-changing experience, and I highly recommend EyeMantra for anyone needing eye care.”

– Carol

Frequently Asked Question's

Pterygium surgery is performed under local anesthesia, so you won’t feel pain during the procedure. Some discomfort may occur during recovery, but it’s manageable with medications.

The surgery typically takes about 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the complexity and whether additional grafting is needed.

Recurrence is possible but less likely with conjunctival grafting. Proper sun protection can help reduce the risk of recurrence.

Coverage varies by insurance plans. Consult your provider and the surgical center for information on coverage and costs.