ophthalmology

EYE SURGERIES, TREATMENTS & DISEASES

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Surgeries and Treatments

Our clinics provide many state-of-the-art surgeries and treatments for various eye diseases. 

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  • Glaucoma Surgeries and Treatments

    Discover our glaucoma surgeries and treatments.

  • Cataract Surgeries

    Learn more about our cataract surgeries.

  • Laser Treatments

    Varied laser treatments are used to provide care for eye pathologies.

  • Minor Surgeries

    Our clinics are equipped for minor surgeries.

  • Refractive Surgeries

    Discover our technologies for vision correction.

Eye Diseases

Find out more about the different diseases that can affect the eye.

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  • Glaucoma

    Glaucoma is a type of optic neuropathy. It is an optic nerve disease usually caused by high intraocular pressure.

  • Narrow Angles

    The angles formed by the junction of the iris and the cornea are too narrow. If untreated, the angles may close and cause acute glaucoma.

  • Astigmatism

    Astigmatism 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.

  • Blepharitis

    Blepharitis is an inflammation of the eyelid that causes itches, burning and redness. It can also cause a deformation of the eyelid.

  • Cataracts

    Cataracts occur when the crystalline (the natural lens of the eye) – which is usually clear – becomes more opaque. 

  • Eye Socket and Varia

    Learn more about the pathologies of the eye socket and ocular globe.

  • Eyelids and Upper Face

    Learn more about diseases affecting the eyelids and upper face.

  • Retinal Detachment

    A retinal detachment is considered to be a severe condition and requires immediate treatment. This disease may cause important problems.

  • Macular Degeneration

    Macular degeneration affects the retina, specifically the region of the macula. A person with this disease has reduced vision.

  • Epiphora

    Epiphora is the medical term used to describe an adnormal and persistent overflow of tears in the eye. 

  • Presbyopia

    The 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 Retinopathy

    Diabetic 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 Syndrome

    When 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 Hypermetropia

    If the length of the eye is too long in relation to the focal power of the cornea and lens, images will be blurred.