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Dr. Aarti Agrawal Bahuva is a second generation ophthalmologist specialized in the field of refractive surgery and advanced cataract surgery. Throughout her career as an ophthalmologist that has spanned for more than 7 years now, Dr Aarti has treated thousands of patients who have benefited from her expertise and experience.

After finishing her MBBS from K.J.Somiaya University in Mumbai under the agies of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. She then pursued her Masters from Mahatma Gandhi Mission hospital in Mumbai. Post her graduation she joined fellowship in advanced cataract and refractive surgery at one of the leading institutes of India Narayana Nethralaya in Bangalore. Along with her fellowship she completed her DNB ophthalmology and cleared FAICO (Fellow All India Collegium of Ophthalmology) in refractive surgery.

Her academic interest has led her to present multiple papers and posters at various national and international conferences. She is frequently invited as a guest speaker at various platforms to share her views on Cataract and refractive surgery. In her quest to constantly improve herself, Dr Aarti attends many overseas conferences on a regular basis, where she interacts with her international colleagues to evaluate new and existing technologies, to ensure that her patients get access to true and unbiased information and benefit from the best treatments available today.

She is continually involved in teaching and has conducted training courses for ophthalmologists in LASIK and other laser vision correction procedures. Her special interest lies in different types of refractive surgeries including Bladeless LASIK, Topo guided refractive treatments, Phakic intraocular lenses and others. She is the only young doctor in Mumbai to have performed over 100 Phakic intraocular lens surgery in a span of less than 3 years. Currently she is working as a senior conultant in cataract and refractive services at Agrawal eye hospital and heading refractive department at Sanjeevani eye hospital.

Dr Aarti along with being a phenomenal doctor, has a deep sense of social responsibility and takes part in organising and conducting various eye camps in schools, colleges as well as at remote villages. She regularly takes part in the free surgical eye camps held in Vrindavan and Dungarpur all round the year. She selects the procedure that is safe and one that best suits her patient’s needs and fits their profile, in order to render the finest possible outcomes. Patients are at the heart of Dr Aarti’s practice, and she treats every patient with compassion, utmost care and respect. Her this outlook has established unique bonds with many of her patients over the years.

Dr. Aarti Agrawal Bahuva


  • Best paper of the session award at ASCRS (American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery) 2016 New Orleans on the topic “Repeatability and agreement of corneal parameters post Corneal cross linking”

  • Felicitated by All India Society of Ophthalmology as “Ophthalmic Hero of India” in Feb 2017 at Jaipur

  • Felicitated with “Stree Shakti Sanmaan” by Abhiyaan sanstha aivam patrakaar vikaas sangh in Agust 2017 for outstanding contribution in the field of ophthalmology.

  • Guest editor on advances in ophthalmology edition of Malad Medical Association magazine in 2018.

  • Felicitated with Naari Tu Naarayani sanmaan in March 2019 on the account of woman’s day as an impactful women of the society.

  • Misdiagnosed Case Of Aspergillosis. The Internet Journal of Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 2013 Volume 10 Number 1

  • Management of macular epiretinal membrane secondary to accidental globe perforation during retrobulbar anesthesia. Indian J Ophthalmol. 2014 Jan.

  • A case of Decompressive retinopathy. Oman Journal of Ophthalmology May- Aug 2015.

  • Shrivastava S; Ramakrishnan R; Agrawal AS; Loomba A; Patel C. Angiographic guided sclerotherapy as a treatment modality of an orbital mass . J Clin Ophthalmol Res 2015;3:98-100

  • Pahuja NK; Shetty R; Nuijts RM; Agrawal A; Ghosh A; Jayadev C; Nagaraja H. An In Vivo Confocal Microscopic Study of Corneal Nerve Morphology in Unilateral Keratoconus. Biomed Res Int. 2016;2016:5067853.

  • Shetty R; Sethu S; Deshmukh R; Deshpande K; Ghosh A; Agrawal A; Shroff R. Corneal Dendritic Cell Density Is Associated with Subbasal Nerve Plexus Features;Ocular Surface Disease Index; and Serum Vitamin D in Evaporative Dry Eye Disease. Biomed Res Int. 2016;2016:4369750

  • Shetty R; Agrawal A; Deshmukh R; Kaweri L; Rao HL; Nagaraja H; Jayadev C. Effect of post crosslinking haze on the repeatability of Scheimpflug-based and slit-scanning imaging devices. Indian J Ophthalmol. 2017 Apr;65(4):305-310.

Paper Presentation
  • AIOS 2014 - Use of interventional radiology in diagnosis and treatment of an orbital mass.

  • MOSCON 2015 - Understanding the importance of Bowmans Layer in Kerato- Refractive Surgery.

  • MOSCON 2015 - Decoding Unhappy patients post refractive surgery.

  • APACRS 2016 - Why do low myopes develop haze post PRK- molecular mechanisms and its management algorithm.

  • ASCRS 2016 - Repeatibilty of corneal parameters post Corneal cross linking.

  • BOA 2016 - Corneal customization before Cataract surgery.

  • MOSCON 2016 - Impact of intraocular lens decentration on visual quality.

  • MOSCON 2017 - Altered epithelial cells in Keratoconus and its implications in Cross-Linking.

  • Speaker in the instruction course on Keratoconus at MOSCON 2017

  • Speaker in the instruction course on Problem based learning in Keratoconus Management`` at AIOC 2018

  • Speaker in the instruction courses on Dry eyes and Keratoconus at AIOC 2019

Poster Presentation
  • AIOS 2014 - Long term complications of LASIK in myopia >5D with microkeratome assisted flap.

  • AIOS 2015 - Ultrasound Biometry versus IOL Master in predicting refractive outcome post cataract surgery.

  • AIOS 2015 - Comparison between pre and post operative central corneal thickness in SICS nad Phaco.

  • ARVO 2016 - Molecular signature in ectatic vs non ectatic area of keratoconic cornea and its translational implication in customized crosslinking.

  • ESCRS 2016 - Repeatibilty and agreement of corneal parameters post Corneal cross linking.