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Dr. Neeraj

Specialist:       Ophthalmologist
Experience:    31+ years of experience
Hospital:         Viaan eye and retina centre

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Dr. Neeraj Sanduja is a reputed eye specialist with 18 years of rich experience as a Vitreoretinal Consultant. Dr. Sanduja completed his MBBS degree from PGIMs Rohtak and MS in ophthalmology from the same institute. Currently, Dr. Sanduja works as a Senior Consultant-Ophthalmology (Vitreoretinal) in Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon. His previous experience includes a stint at William Beaumont Hospital, Michigan, the USA as a Visiting Fellow in Paediatric Retina.


  • Ophthalmologist
  • Other treatment areas
  • Ophthalmologist


  • MS – Ophthalmology , Rohtak Medical College , 1997
  • MBBS , PGIM , 1993
  • FRCS , Royal College of Surgeons , 2015

Past Experience

  • Senior Consultant Developmental Paediatrician and HOD at Fortis Hospital
  • Consultant at Dr Shroff Charity Eye Hospital
  • Consultant at Artemis Hospital
  • Consultant at Centre For Sight

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Hindi

Treatment We Provide


Inside our eyes lies a natural lens crucial for refracting light and facilitating vision. This lens, usually transparent, can succumb to cloudiness known as cataracts, akin to peering through a foggy windshield. Cataracts, often an age-related degeneration, can also be triggered by health disorders like diabetes, glaucoma, or prolonged medication use. Symptoms include blurred vision, double images, light sensitivity, and faded colors, necessitating prompt ophthalmologist consultation. Read More


    Glaucoma is a group of conditions, in which high pressure inside the eye (intraocular pressure) damages the optic nerve of the eye. Glaucoma usually affects both the eyes. It commonly occurs in adults above 40 years of age, but can even occur in newborn babies. The vision lost due to glaucoma is irreversible and hence it is very important to detect this disease as early as possible and treat early to preserve vision. Read More

      Pediatric Cataract

      Congenital Cataracts are responsible for 5% to 20% of blindness in children worldwide. Cataracts can be unilateral or bilateral and can vary in size from a small white dot to total opacification of the lens.
      Infantile cataracts may occur due to systematic conditions diabetes, galactosemia, wilsons disease and hypocalcemia. They may occur as a part of number of syndromes like trisomy 21, intrautenhe infections like rubella, toxoplasinosis, herpes samplex, vanicella and sypentis. Unilateral cataracts are generally associated with ocular dysgenesis such as persistent fetalvascenlative (PFV), posterior lenticomus etc. Trauma is another known cause of paediatric cataracts. Read More


        Children are special and require more attention and care than adults while performing ophthalmic examination. We at Viaan pride ourselves on providing the best possible care for children’s eye conditions with the latest equipment and technology   under guidance of our experienced team of doctors and staff.
        Every child should have his first eye examination at 6 months of age and then another at 3 years of age and one right before they enrol for school. Once the child starts school an eye checkup is recommended every 2 years. If there are no significant visual issues. Since children can’t express their selves as clearly. Read More

          Pediatric Squint

          Under normal physiological conditions, the image of an object falls simultaneously on the fovea of each. This is possible if the eyes are properly aligned. This straight position of the eyes is called orthophoria. Any misalignment of the either eye is called strabismus or eye deviation in other words. There are 2 benefits of treating strabismus. The initial one is functional gain including the improvement of visual acuity and stereopsis. Read More

            Retinopathy of Prematurity

            Why should I worry about the eyes of a premature baby?
            While from outside the eye looks ‘normal’, the inside of the eye, the retina, is not fully developed in premature babies. Abnormal blood vessels can develop in such a retina. These abnormal blood vessels can cause internal bleeding and even retinal detachment. This is called Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP). This condition results in low vision or blindness – both of which are irreversible. Read More

              Specs Removal/Lasik

              Imagine life without contacts or glasses. You can see clearly in bright, vibrant color. You no longer have to squint. Activities like hiking, biking, swimming, tennis and golf are much more convenient because you don’t have to worry about losing a contact lens or your glasses sliding down your nose. For many, LASIK is helping people become less dependent on contacts and glasses. However, while LASIK can be an amazing procedure, your decision on where to go should not be made lightly. The surgeon you choose can mean the difference between excellent results or real complications. Read More

                Cornea /Keratoconus

                Ignoring a cornea disease may lead to permanent loss of vision. Therefore, early diagnosis and the correct treatment are important.
                The cornea is a transparent layer in the front part of the eye which focuses the light and protects the eye from external agents, and thus plays an important role in the visual process. A number of diseases have a negative impact on the cornea’s transparency. They may be congenital and have genetic roots or be viral. Some diseases such as keratoconus are very serious because they change the shape of the cornea and require a cornea transplant. Read More

                  Professional Memberships

                  • All India Ophthalmological Society
                  • Delhi Ophthalmological Society (DOS)
                  • Vitreo Retina Society of India
                  • International Council of Ophthalmology
                  • North Zone Ophthalmology Society
                  • Uveitis Society of India
                  • Haryana Ophthalmology Society
                  • UP State Ophthalmology Society
                  • Ratan Tata Fellowship in Phacoemulsification, Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai
                  • Visiting fellow – Pediatric Retina, William Beaumont Hospital, Michigan – USA
                  • FACS – Glasgow
                  • FAICO – Retina
                  • Fico – UK

                  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

                  Q: What is Dr. Neeraj Sanduja’s specialty?

                  A: Dr. Neeraj Sanduja is a specialist in Ophthalmology.

                  Q: How many years of experience does Dr. Neeraj Sanduja?

                  A: Dr. Neeraj Sanduja has over 31 years of experience in the field of Ophthalmology.

                  Q: Where does Dr. Neeraj Sanduja practice?

                  A: Dr. Neeraj Sanduja practices at Viaan Eye and Retina Centre.

                  Q: What is Dr. Neeraj Sanduja’s educational background?

                  A: Dr. Neeraj Sanduja completed his MBBS from PGIMs Rohtak and MS in Ophthalmology from the same institute. He also holds fellowships like FICO (UK), FRCS (Glasgow), and FAICO (Retina).

                  Q: What are Dr. Neeraj Sanduja’s areas of expertise?

                  A: Dr. Neeraj Sanduja specializes in Vitreoretinal Laser Surgery, Diseases of Retina and UVEA, Diabetic Retinopathy, Retinal Detachment, Ocular Trauma, Retinopathy, and Macular Hole.

                  Q: Can you provide details about Dr. Neeraj Sanduja’s past experiences?

                  A: Dr. Neeraj Sanduja has worked as a Senior Consultant Developmental Paediatrician and HOD at Fortis Hospital, Consultant at Dr. Shroff Charity Eye Hospital, Consultant at Artemis Hospital, and Consultant at Centre For Sight.

                  Q: What languages does Dr. Neeraj Sanduja speak?

                  A: Dr. Neeraj Sanduja is fluent in English and Hindi.

                  Q: Are there any professional memberships associated with Dr. Neeraj Sanduja?

                  A: Yes, Dr. Neeraj Sanduja is a member of various professional organizations including the All India Ophthalmological Society, Delhi Ophthalmological Society (DOS), Vitreo Retina Society of India, and International Council of Ophthalmology, among others.

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