Advances in Ophthalmology: Glaucoma, Retina, Cataracts…

Nowadays, it is not possible to state categorically that there is a pathology for which patients ask more or less when they come to the doctor’s office. Thus, we cover from the most advanced treatments for retinal and macular diseases to glaucoma microsurgery. These are just two examples, since consultations on corneal transplants, cosmetic surgery of the eyelids, treatment of tear duct diseases, strabismus and infant ophthalmology, laser correction of refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, and, of course, correction of eyestrain and cataract surgery are also common.

Through the microsurgical technique and the great joint experience of the whole team, we can offer our patients the highest satisfaction rates and the highest safety standard with a virtually non-existent complication rate, with results at the level of the best centers in the world in this field.

Towards a world without glasses: Myopia, Cataract and Presbyopia surgery

Thanks to new treatments, the excellent work of ophthalmologists and advances in the field, it is now entirely possible to eliminate glasses up close.

From the application of lasers to ocular microsurgery, to the implantation of multifocal lenses, it is now possible for anyone to see both far and near after surgery without the need to wear glasses, thus improving the quality of life of patients, regardless of their age.

Ophthalmology: Advances in Glaucoma

In the field of advances in glaucoma treatment, there are two important developments. Nowadays, drops can be dispensed with to treat glaucoma in a significant number of cases thanks to the use of SLT technology, which is based on the use of a sophisticated laser device. Thus, we are talking about a painless treatment that is performed in the doctor’s office and that can make a significant number of patients independent of medication.

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On the other hand, innovations in glaucoma microsurgery have been able to convert some of the most serious glaucoma processes – which until a few years ago inevitably resulted in blindness – into diseases that do not reduce the quality of life of patients.

As a result, it is now possible to operate on glaucoma with safe techniques and many patients may never experience visual difficulties due to this disease.