Dr. Davis J Akkara has the following 3 specializations:
Eye surgeon is an ophthalmologist who is trained to perform various types of surgeries of the eye. Eye surgeon can perform laser eye/refractive surgery to correct short-sightedness, long sightedness, and astigmatism. They also perform cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery, canaloplasty, corneal transplant surgery, vitreo-retinal surgery, eye muscle surgery, eyelid surgery, orbital surgery, and eye removal.
Ophthalmologists are doctors who are trained and specialized in the medical and surgical care of the eyes. They can be either doctor of medicine (MD) or doctors of osteopathy (DO). They provide total eye care, like vision services (fit eyeglasses or contact lenses), eye exams, medical and surgical care, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease, and management of complications from other conditions, like diabetes. Ophthalmologists manage or treat patients of all ages group (from premature infants to the elderly), and with acute or long-term eye conditions. They deal with a different range of conditions, including cataracts, squints, infectious eye diseases, glaucoma, eye injuries, and degenerative conditions resulting from aging.
A pediatric ophthalmologist is a medical expert who specializes in the care of children’s eyes. A pediatric ophthalmologist diagnoses, manage and treats eye problems in children. A pediatric ophthalmologist do eye exam in children having diseases such as diabetes or juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and other neurological disorders. A pediatric ophthalmologist diagnoses visual processing disorders, prescribe contact lenses, eyeglasses and take care for eye injuries in children. A pediatric ophthalmologist also performs microsurgery, surgery, and laser surgery for problems like crossed eyes, weak eye muscles, blocked tear ducts, wandering eyes, infections, and retinal problems.