General questions

Answer: Aman Eye Hospital is open from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, Saturday to Thursday. Our Emergency section is open on 24/7 basis including weekends and public holidays.

Answer: First, the Blood Sugar level or High blood pressure is controlled and brought to normal and then the surgery is done.


Answer: Low vision is treated by eyeglasses, contact lenses, laser therapy, or surgery.

Answer: You need to use your eyeglasses for at least two weeks, the symptoms will be subsided. If not, please contact your eye doctor to see if the eyeglasses number is correct.

Answer: The actual reason for low vision is still unknown. However, it is linked to the structure of the eyeball and genetic issues.

Answer: When it is diagnosed that the reason for low vision is refractive error, the person must always wear eyeglasses. The vision needs to be checked every 6 months to monitor the changes.

Answer: Eyeglasses could be made, but the problem would be the frame. You will need to select the frame of your choice.

Answer: It depends on the type of glass and frame, from 200 Afs to 8500 Afs.


Answer: There are several types of contact lenses. For example, simple, colored (cosmetic), and numbered (for vision) are prepared as needed by the customers and patients.

Answer: from 500 Afs to 2600 Afs, from various companies

Answer: Contact lenses are prepared in 4-7 days. All contact lenses have expiry dates. There are some disposable contact lenses that could be used for a week or month. The lens should be put in the eye during the day and removed during the night. Cleaning and Hygiene must be considered and lenses need to be cleaned with the specific lotions.

Answer: Yes, we have contact lenses for persons with a cylinder or other numbers.

Answer: The lens needs to be removed immediately and visit the eye doctor.

Answer: Yes, the method is Lens Aspiration + IOL

Answer: Yes, we have Toric lenses.

Answer: Artificial eyes with the same color as healthy eyes can be made here.


Answer: Yes, it is PRK laser and is available in Aman Eye Hospital. It is used to treat refractive error or weak vision. PRK Laser is one of the most successful methods of treating weak eyes. It often reduces or removes the eye score and the patient will no longer need to use glasses.

Answer: PRK laser for both eyes costs around 30000 Afs.

Answer: Minus numbers can be treated by PRK laser therapy but plus numbers are less likely, so it is not recommended. Some other factors are necessary to be assessed before PRK laser is advised. For example topography, pachymetry, and other corneal examinations.

Answer: Complementary vision after PRK laser takes one to three months. At this time, the patient’s vision is good, but sometimes there might be complaints about near vision and sometimes far vision. During this period the patient should not wash head and face and refrain from dust and smoke for two weeks.

Answer: The full improvement of the patient’s vision needs 1-3 months. The vision is usually satisfactory, however, sometimes there could be mild vision issues, and will rarely need eyeglasses. The person who got laser therapy should not wash face or head for two weeks and avoid dust etc.

Answer: The other options are eyeglasses and surgical procedures.

Answer: Yes, we have Yag Laser for cleaning the back of IOL if there is opacity after Cataract surgery.


Answer: If it is severe, it may cause vision problems by partially closing the eye.

Answer: The blepharoplasty surgery may last 5-10 years.


Answer: Cataract is the opacity of the lens of the eye and is treated in these 3 ways: Phaco Laser operation is 15000 Afs, SICS surgical method costs 10000 Afs, and the ECCE method cost 7000 Afs

Answer: Different lenses are used in Cataract surgery according to the patient’s needs.

Answer: These are usually removed with the advised treatment. However, if persists, please contact your doctor.

Answer: You should not wash your head or face for one week and do not touch anything to the eye. Do not sleep on the side of the operated eye. Do not move down your head i.e. do not pray SAJDA. Do not lift weight and safeguard your eye from dust etc.

Answer: The first visit is 24 after surgery and the second is one week after the first visit. When there are symptoms i.e. pain etc. please contact your doctor.

Answer: No, it is not possible. One eye can be operated at once.

Answer: No, you don’t need it, but if there is a need, the hospital has the facility.

Answer: To safeguard the eye from sensitivity to light, dust, etc. glasses are advised for a few days, i.e. one week.


Answer: Glaucoma is treated with eye drops, oral and IV medicines, laser therapy, and surgical procedures.

Answer: Surgical treatment of Glaucoma costs around 12000 Afs


Answer: It depends on the person and the progress of the disease. In some patients, only one injection suffices while in some patients several injections will be required.


Answer: Squint can be treated with eyeglasses if it is caused by a refractive error. If it is not caused by refractive error or has some other reasons it can be treated by surgery.

Answer: If the Squint is due to refractive error, the patient should use glasses up to 20 years of age so that the squint could be corrected. If it is not corrected, surgical procedure needs to be considered.


Answer: It can cause vision issues if it is severe and partially closes the eye. In addition to closing the eye, it causes beauty issues to the person which needs surgical correction.

Answer: If vision is not much impacted or there is no severe cosmetic need, surgery is not advised. But if these two factors are severe, surgery is done.


Answer: Yes, corneal transplant can be done in AEH, however, it depends on the availability of the donor cornea.

Answer: Yes, it is possible but the decision will be made after the necessary examinations.


Answer: Lazy eye can be treated with eyeglasses and patching. The vision needs to be monitored regularly. Usually, the treatment is effective up to 10 years of age.

Answer: Yes, it can be treated in Aman Eye Hospital and costs around 20000 Afs.

Answer: Yes, it can be removed and treated in Aman Eye Hospital.