Ophthalmic excellence: the pursuit of perfection

The pursuit of excellence in the knowledge and practice of medicine is a fundamental characteristic. The personal commitment and involvement required to master procedures in which the perfection or not of the result of an intervention is decided in the space of half a millimeter. Thus, it is necessary to practice with absolute perfectionism, and to take care of all the details that add maximum quality to the process our patients go through.

On the other hand, the number of cases that pass through the hands of a surgeon will determine his or her ability to solve problems. The surgeon, used to solve complex cases, needs to develop a series of tools that allow him to prevent or solve all the situations that may occur in the operating room, thus improving the results of all his patients.

The surgical process today is part of a wider world, in which the results are determined by the technological tools, not only available in the operating room, but also from the moment and decision making. The very planning of the interventions is the most determinant part of their outcome, since an erroneous plan with a perfect execution cannot lead to a minimally satisfactory result.

The surgeon needs to develop his communication skills in order to first listen to the needs and demands of each patient, understand his circumstances, explain and dialogue with him, until a therapeutic agreement is reached. In this way, the use of medical and surgical technologies will be adapted to the sole purpose for which they were conceived: to improve the quality of life of each patient who trusts us.

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Our team of specialists covers the most advanced treatments for retinal and macular diseases, glaucoma microsurgery, corneal transplants, cosmetic surgery of the eyelids, treatment of tear duct diseases, strabismus and children’s ophthalmology, laser correction of myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, correction of eyestrain and, of course, cataract microsurgery.

For more information, consult a trusted ophthalmology specialist.