ophthalmology EYE SURGERIES, TREATMENTS & DISEASES If you are looking for more information about our Dry Eye Treatment Clinics, click here. Surgeries and Treatments Our clinics provide many state-of-the-art surgeries and treatments for various eye diseases. Glaucoma Surgeries and TreatmentsDiscover our glaucoma surgeries and treatments. Cataract SurgeriesLearn more about our cataract surgeries. Laser TreatmentsVaried laser treatments are used to provide care for eye pathologies. Minor SurgeriesOur clinics are equipped for minor surgeries. Refractive SurgeriesDiscover our technologies for vision correction. Eye Diseases Find out more about the different diseases that can affect the eye. GlaucomaGlaucoma is a type of optic neuropathy. It is an optic nerve disease usually caused by high intraocular pressure. Narrow AnglesThe angles formed by the junction of the iris and the cornea are too narrow. If untreated, the angles may close and cause acute glaucoma. AstigmatismAstigmatism is a fairly frequent corneal abnormality, which is when the shape of the eye is not only irregular, but shaped like a football. In some cases, it is caused by an irregular crystalline. BlepharitisBlepharitis is an inflammation of the eyelid that causes itches, burning and redness. It can also cause a deformation of the eyelid. CataractsCataracts occur when the crystalline (the natural lens of the eye) – which is usually clear – becomes more opaque. Eye Socket and VariaLearn more about the pathologies of the eye socket and ocular globe. Eyelids and Upper FaceLearn more about diseases affecting the eyelids and upper face. Retinal DetachmentA retinal detachment is considered to be a severe condition and requires immediate treatment. This disease may cause important problems. Macular DegenerationMacular degeneration affects the retina, specifically the region of the macula. A person with this disease has reduced vision. EpiphoraEpiphora is the medical term used to describe an adnormal and persistent overflow of tears in the eye. PresbyopiaThe crystalline lens can adjust its focal strength to match several distances; this process is called accommodation. It happens through a change in the shape of the lens. Diabetic RetinopathyDiabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes. It triggers an increase in permeability of the blood vessels of the retina, which subsequently cause hemorrhages and exudates. Dry Eye SyndromeWhen we say that someone has dry eyes, it means that the quantity or quality, of a person's tears are insufficient enough to cause discomfort. Myopia and HypermetropiaIf the length of the eye is too long in relation to the focal power of the cornea and lens, images will be blurred.