Welcome to EYECARE

We are an eye specialist and optometry clinic that provides comprehensive eye screening/examination and treatment for poor vision and eye diseases.

We strive to treat ocular and visual problems as we believe better vision, better life!



At our eye clinic, we provide eye screenings/exams, comprehensive ophthalmology services, cataract surgery and intraocular implant, subspeciality services (medical retina and uveitis), macular degeneration treatment, lazy eye treatment, and implantable contact lenses (ICL).

Eye Screening / Eye Exam

We will carry out a brief screening to assess your vision and ability to focus on objects, as well as other vision tests and examinations pertaining to your eyes. 

Eye screening is also a key part of diabetes care. Untreated diabetic retinopathy is one of the most common causes of sight loss. If the condition is caught early, treatment is effective at reducing of preventing damage to your sight.

Cataract Surgery

For people who have cataracts, seeing through cloudy lenses is like looking through a frosty or fogged-up window. Clouded vision caused by cataracts can make it more difficult to read, drive a car (especially at night) or recognise faces.

Fortunately, cataract surgery is generally a simple, safe and effective procedure.

Refraction Assessment

The common types of refractive errors are myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism (distorted vision), and presbyopia.

We can treat refractive errors with corrective glasses or contact lenses, and will prescribe the right eyeglass lenses to give you a clear vision.

Uveitis Treatment

We will first conduct an eye examination to gather your eye health history to determine the cause of uveitis. The goal of the treatment is to help reduce the inflammation in your eye.

Macular Degeneration Treatment

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) mainly affects people over the age of 50. In wet AMD, abnormal blood vessels begin to grow underneath the retina. These vessels can leak fluid or blood causing retina swelling and distort or reduces vision.

Wet AMD can be treated with injections into the eye or laser therapy (photodynamic therapy).

Implantable Contact Lenses (ICL)

Have a clear vision without glasses. ICL are implanted between the iris and the natural lens. The quality of vision achieved with ICL is excellent since the eye maintains its natural corneal shape.

Unlike traditional contact lenses, these lenses remain in your eyes for a much longer duration of time and it helps correct your vision.

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Why Choose EYECARE?

Personalised eye treatment for all ages

Honest, caring, and professional service for the best eye care experience.

Comfortable and cozy environment with ample space

Open on weekends (including Saturday and Sunday) and ready to serve

Affordable Eye Screening


Dr. Hazlita Dato' Mohd. Isa

MBChB (Glasgow), DrOphth(Mal), AM (Mal), PhD (London)

Dr Hazlita has over 17 years of experience in the field of ophthalmology.
Dr. Hazlita is also a member of the Academy of Medicine Malaysia and is listed on the Malaysian National Specialist Register. She is accredited by the Malaysian Ministry of Health as a sub-specialist in Medical Retina and Uveitis.

Mrs. Dharusshini Kesavan


Mrs. Dharusshini Kesavan obtained her Graduate of Optometry Degree from the National Institute of Ophthalmic Science. At EYECARE, Dharusshini is responsible for performing comprehensive eye refraction as well as eye examinations. She is also skilled in using investigative tools that aids in identifying ocular abnormalities for the management of eye diseases.

Dr. Muhammad Najmi Khairudin

MD(UPM), DrOphth(UKM)
General Ophthalmologist

Dr. Najmi is an Ophthalmologist, obtaining his DrOphthal from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He is currently a lecturer and Ophthalmologist in Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM). Dr Najmi is available every Saturday from 9am to 1pm.

He is passionate about cataract surgery which includes advanced technology intraocular lens implantation.

Hear From Our Clients*

*Feedbacks are extracted from online Google Reviews

“One of the best doctor I ever met, she answered and explained all my doubts patiently.. Very professional, loving and caring doctor, friendly staffs, nice environment! Highly recommended! You’re definitely at the good hand!”
Bryonne Ong

Highly recommended. The staffs are super friendly. Very clear explanation from the doctor. Felt comfortable during the eyes examination. They even teach me how to take care of my eyes step by step. Affordable price. Clean and comfy environment.

Karen Loo

Professional doctor with good explanation. Friendly staff and nurse as well. Price affordable not overcharge or ask you to buy product/treatment.

Nur Aliah

“Clean and comfortable place. Friendly and helpful staff. Well-spoken and knowledgeable doctor.”
Fariz Zainal

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I Need Glasses?

Your eyes changes over time, so even if you had perfect vision before, that’s not necessarily a given later on.
Some of the symptoms that you need glasses include:
• blurred vision
• double vision
• fuzziness, as in objects don’t have
• defined, clear lines and things seem a bit hazy
• headaches
• squinting
• objects have “auras” or “halos” around them in bright light
• eyestrain, or eyes that feel tired or irritated
• distorted vision
• trouble seeing and driving at night
Regular eye exams with dilation is key to ensure that you’re seeing clearly and keeping tabs on your eye health is always a good practice even when you feel you have good vision.

How Often Do I Need to Go For Eye Exam?
To keep your eyes healthy and maintain good vision, we recommend a comprehensive eye examination every 2 years for healthy adults age 18-60 and an annual eye exam starting at age 61 and above.

This is to ensure your eyes are in good condition and your vision is perfect. Protect your eyes, they are precious!

What Are The Symptoms of Cataract?

Signs and symptoms of cataracts include:
– Clouded, blurred or dim vision
– Increasing difficulty with vision at night
– Sensitivity to light and glare
– Need for brighter light for reading and other activities
– Seeing “halos” around lights
– Frequent changes in eyeglass or contact lens prescription
– Fading or yellowing of colors
– Double vision in a single eye

What are The Causes of Dry Eyes? How Can Manage It?

Common causes of Dry Eyes include:
• Prolonged Computer use.
• Contact lens wear.
• Aging.
• Menopause.
• Indoor environment
• Frequent flying.
• Smoking.
• Health conditions.
• Medications.
• Eyelid problems.
• LASIK and other corneal refractive surgery.

7 ways to manage dry eyes:
1. By using artificial tears or lubricating eye drops.
2. Practice proper eye hygiene
3. Use a warm compress once or twice a day to help add
moisture to your eyelids.
4. Avoid irritants
5. Discuss with your doctor about diagnosing your exact type of dry
eye and finding the treatment that is right for you.
6. Drink more water. Stay hydrated by consuming 8 ounce
glasses of water each day
7. Take reading breaks when working at a computer to give
your eyes a much needed rest.

Clinic Information
G-17,18 & 19, Residensi PV21,
No.6, Jalan Usahawan 2,
Off Jalan Genting Klang
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
03 - 4141 9231
Opening Hours

Monday : 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday : Closed
Wednesday : 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday : 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday : 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday : 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday : 9:00am – 5:00pm

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