Dr. Shruti Lanjewar Wasnik - Best Ophthalmologist in Mumbai

Dr. Shruti Lanjewar Wasnik

Consultant, Ophthalmologist (Cornea, Cataract and Refractive services)

MS(Ophthal), FAEH(Cornea)

  • YEARS OF PRACTICE: 9 years
  • GENDER: Female
  • LANGUAGES SPOKEN: English, Hindi, Marathi
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Dr Shruti Lanjewar Wasnik has 9 years of rich experience in the field of ophthalmology with good knowledge and exposure of recent advances in this field. She has completed her MBBS from Govt Medical College Nagpur, and MS OPHTHALMOLOGY from Regional Institute of Ophthalmology, Bhopal. She completed her long term surgical fellowship in Cornea and External eye diseases from Arvind eye hospital Madurai, which is one of the prestigious and busiest Eye Hospital in India, Here she gained expertise in diagnosis and management of complete spectrum of cornea external diseases and ocular trauma. She is a trained cataract surgeon and has wide experience of cataract removal by phacoemulsification with foldable and multifocal/ trifocal lens implantation.

My Mantra

My passion towards work make me work harder and deliver best results. Good results and success motivates me to do good job and keep going.


Cornea, Cataract, Glaucoma and Refractive services


Cornea, Corneal tranplantations, Penetrating keratoplasty, paediatric keratoplasty, therapeutic keratoplasty, sclerokeratoplasty., Anterior lamellar keratoplasty, Descemet stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK), Keratiprosthesis surgeries, Amniotic membrane grafts and ocular surface reconstructions, Limbal stem cell transplants, Pterygium with conjunctival autografts, Corneal , corneoscleral tear management, traumatic cataract management, Ocular surface squamous neoplasia management, CATARACT : Phacoemulsification with IOL implantation, Refractive Surgeries, Glaucoma Management


    • MBBS, Government Medical College, Nagpur
    • MS (Ophthalmology), Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal


    • Fellowship in Cornea and Microsurgery (Aravind Eye Hospital, Madurai)
    • Fellowship in Phacoemulsification (PBMA H. V. Desai Eye Hospital, Pune)

Dr Shruti is Cornea and Phaco surgeon with a rich experience of more than 8 years. She has completed her MBBS from Govt Medical College, Nagpur, and MS (Ophthalmology) from Regional Institute of Ophthalmology, Bhopal. She completed her long term surgical fellowship in Cornea and External eye diseases from Arvind Eye hospital Madurai, which is one of the prestigious and busiest Eye Hospital in India, where she gained expertise in diagnosis and management of complete spectrum of cornea external diseases of Eyes and ocular trauma.

She is a trained Cornea Transplant surgeon, using most recent technique in her surgeries.

She has also completed phacoemulsification(PHACO) training from Pune and specialize in all form of cataract surgery. She had worked at various renowned eye hospitals with high volume patients where she had performed many Phacoemulsification and cornea surgeries. She has several International publications in field of Cornea and cataract surgeries to her credit, and she has presented her work in various conferences.

Dr. Shruti brings her positivity along with her surgical skill & competence to the delivery of care to her patients. She is thorough, meticulous and compassionate in her approach; with a penchant for perfection in Eye care.

Her confident demeanor motivates her patients onto a path of speedy recovery. She is well liked and respected by her peers as well as the community she has diligently and selflessly served over the past with a smile.


  • In vivo confocal microscopic analysis of normal human anterior limbal stroma (Cornea, 2015 April)
  • Prospective Study of the Diagnostic Accuracy of the In Vivo Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope for Severe Microbial Keratitis (Ophthalmology, 2016 November)
  • "In vivo confocal microscopy appearance of Fusarium and Aspergillus species in fungal keratitis" (Br J Ophthalmol. 2017 Jan).
  • In vivo confocal microscopy cellular features of bacterial, fungal and Acanthamoeba keratitis. (American journal of Ophthalmology, 2018 Jun)
  • Epidemiology, risk factors, and clinical outcomes in severe microbial keratitis in South India. Ophthalmic Epidemiol. 2018 Aug;25


  • “Cornea procurement from very old donors above 80 years of age and post organ culture cornea outcome: A Retrospective study.” Keracon 2017.
  • “Corneal collagen crosslinking in progressive keratoconus: A retrospective study”. Keracon 2017, E poster.
  • “Management of intractable allergic conjunctivitis with topical tacrolimus 0.0% ointment.” AIOS 2017, Physical poster.
  • “Cyclosporine 0.05% to improve visual outcomes after multifocal intraocular lens implantation” AIOS, E poster.
  • “Role of Oral Omega-3 EFA therapy for Dry Eye Syndrome: A Prospective study. AIOS 2016, Physical poster.
  • “Supratarsal injection of corticosteroids in treatment of refractory Vernal keratoconjnctivitis”. AIOS 2016, E-Poster.
  • “Effect of Pterygium excision on Pterygium induced astigmatism”. AIOS 2015, E-poster.
  • “Corneal Collagen Cross- linking in progressive keratoconus: A Retrospective Study”. AIOS 2014, E-poster.
  • “Epidemiology of blunt ocular trauma and factors affecting visual outcome”. WOCT Abstract book, Jaipur India, Oct 2012
  • “Epidemiology of ocular chemical injuries in pediatric age group” MPSOS, Abstract book, Gwalior, 2010.


  • National: Evaluation Of Epidemiological aspects and Prognostic factors determining final visual outcome in patients of Blunt Occular Trauma : A Prospective study of 250 patients
  • National: Relationship of pterygium morphology and size to astigmatic changes and effect of excision of pterygium on induced astigmatism

Professional Memberships

  • Cornea Society of India
  • All India Ophthalmology Society
  • Bombay Ophthalmic Society
  • Maharashtra Ophthalmic Society
  • Mrs. Kaul, Mumbai

    I am a patient of your esteemed hospital for the last 6 years. Recently, I had come to Kdah for surgery of cataract in the eyes of my wife. The attending eye surgeon, to my dismay, had left the hospital. I was in a dilemma, but the problem was ...

No. Journal Code Department Type Download
1 502 Ophthalmology National Download

Publication/Talk Title : Relationship of Pterygium Morphology And Size to Astigmatic Changes and Effect of Excision of Pterygium on Induced Astigmatism

Journal Published : Indian Journal Of Applied Research

2 501 Ophthalmology National Download

Publication/Talk Title : Evaluation Of Epidemiological Aspects And Prognostic Factors Determining Final Visual Outcome In Patients Of Blunt Occular Trauma : A Prospective Study of 250 Patients

Journal Published : Indian Journal Of Applied Research

Conditions/Procedures No. of Cases Treated
Corneal transplantation with cataract surgery >3
Cataract extraction with IOL implantation >300
Pterygium with conjunctival autograft >10
Complex ocular trauma >3
Evisceration >2

Dr Shruti Wasnik: 13 year old boy regains vision after corneal transplantation surgery

Diwali, festival of lights will fill your life with glow of happiness and sparkle of joy. But this was not the case with Aditya, a 13 year old boy who lost his precious vision in his left eye On that unfortunate day, like a usual 13 year old, Aditya was bursting fire crackers when accidentally a cracker exploded very close to his face which resulted in his left eyeball being completely ruptured.

He was immediately taken to an eye care centre where emergency eye surgery was performed to maintain the integrity of eyeball. After a month, a cataract extraction was done.

Inspite of multiple surgeries, Aditya’s vision in his left eye was very low (recognising hand movement very close to face) because of dense corneal scar post trauma. Aditya with his mother visited Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Andheri with a hope of recovery.

At KDAH, after extensive examination it was found that there was a good chance for visual recovery after corneal transplantation with IOL implantation.

Dr Shruti Lanjewar Wasnik, Cornea surgeon, performed penetrating keratoplasy, removing the scarred cornea and replacing it with donor cornea of excellent grade and quality. She meticulously implanted IRIS CLAW IOL as regular PCIOL was not an option for the patient.

Dr Shruti has kept a very close follow up with Aditya to note the corneal graft status and document his improvement in vision at every follow up.

Aditya with rigorous treatment as well as his determination has shown significant improvement in vision from hand movements to 6/18 p. He still has to complete his entire course of treatment of 6 to 8 months.

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