Ophthalmology Treatment

Do you have a visual impairment or an eye disease and are looking for high-quality diagnosis and treatment? We provide innovative eye and vision care at the highest level in all subspecialities in ophthalmology.

Ophthalmology Treatment

Do you have a visual impairment or an eye disease and are looking for high-quality diagnosis and treatment? We provide innovative eye and vision care at the highest level in all subspecialities in ophthalmology. Eye health is more than just having good vision. Some serious conditions, such as glaucoma, are asymptomatic until vision is threatened. Blurred vision, on the other hand, can mean more than just needing a new pair of glasses. We work with a multi-disciplinary team of specialists who collaborate to provide exactly the care you need. Our ophthalmologists treat thousands of patients with a wide range of eye conditions. This high volume gives us extensive experience, which means the best possible care for our patients.
Cataract surgery Cataract surgery is the process of removing the lens of the eye and, in most cases, replacing it with an artificial lens. Normally the lens of the eye is transparent. Cataracts cause the lens to become cloudy, which eventually affects your vision. Cataract surgery is performed by an ophthalmologist (ophthalmologist) on an outpatient basis, which means that you do not need to stay in hospital after the operation. Cataract surgery is very common and is usually a safe procedure. If you decide to have cataract surgery later, delaying the procedure usually does not affect how well your vision recovers. Take time to evaluate the benefits and risks of cataract surgery with your doctor. A detailed eye examination will be performed before surgery and a new lens will be recommended to you based on your needs. The available lenses that can be used during your surgery are:
– Monofocal with fixed focus. This type of lens has a single focal power for distance vision. Reading usually requires the use of reading glasses.
- Monofocal with appropriate focus. Although these lenses have only a single focusing power, they can react to eye muscle movements and shift focus to near or far objects.
- These lenses are similar to glasses with bifocal or progressive lenses. Different areas of the lens have different focusing powers, allowing near, intermediate and distance vision.
Astigmatism correction (toric). If you have significant astigmatism, a toric lens can help correct your vision.

Strabismus Strabismus or strabismus is the inability of two eyes to look in the same place at the same time. It usually occurs in people with poor eye muscle control or who are very farsighted. Treatment for strabismus may include glasses, prisms, vision therapy or eye muscle surgery. If diagnosed and treated early, strabismus can usually be corrected with excellent results. People with strabismus have several treatment options to improve eye alignment and co-ordination. These include: Glasses or contact lenses. This may be the only treatment needed for some patients. Prism lenses. These specialised lenses are thicker on one side than the other. The prisms change the light entering the eye and reduce how much the eye has to turn to see objects. Sometimes prisms can eliminate eye slippage. Vision therapy. Your doctor of optometry may recommend a structured programme of visual activity to improve eye coordination and eye focus. Vision therapy trains the eyes and brain to work together more effectively. These eye exercises can help with problems with eye movement, eye focusing and eye teaming and strengthen the eye-brain connection. The treatment can be done at home as well as in your optometrist’s office. Eye muscle surgery. Surgery can change the length or position of the muscles around the eyes, making them appear flat. Often, people who have had eye muscle surgery will also need vision therapy to improve eye coordination and prevent the eyes from misaligning again. These eye exercises can help with problems with eye movement, eye focusing and eye teaming and strengthen the eye-brain connection. Treatment can be done at home as well as in your optometrist’s office. Eye muscle surgery. Surgery can change the length or position of the muscles around the eyes, making them appear flat. Often, people who have had eye muscle surgery will also need vision therapy to improve eye coordination and prevent the eyes from misaligning again. These eye exercises can help with problems with eye movement, eye focusing and eye teaming and strengthen the eye-brain connection. Treatment can be done at home as well as in your optometrist’s office. Eye muscle surgery. Surgery can change the length or position of the muscles around the eyes, making them appear flat. Often, people who have had eye muscle surgery will also need vision therapy to improve eye coordination and prevent the eyes from misaligning again.
Retinal Disease

Retinal Disease The retina is the innermost layer of the eye and has many light-sensitive photoreceptor cells. These cells detect light and convert it into electrical signals that travel via the optic nerve to the brain and result in vision. Retinal disorders affect the retina and typically result in vision problems. Common retinal diseases and conditions include: Retinal detachment. A retinal tear occurs when the clear, gel-like substance in the centre of your eye (vitreous) contracts and pulls on the thin layer of tissue covering the back of your eye (retina) with enough traction to cause a break in the tissue. It is often accompanied by the sudden onset of symptoms such as floaters and flashing lights. Retinal detachment. Retinal detachment is characterised by the presence of fluid under the retina. This usually occurs when the fluid passes through a retinal tear, causing the retina to pull away from the underlying layers of tissue. Diabetic retinopathy. If you have diabetes, the tiny blood vessels (capillaries) at the back of your eye can break down and leak fluid into and under the retina. This can cause the retina to swell, blurring or distorting your vision. Or you may develop new, abnormal capillaries that break and bleed. This also worsens your vision. Epiretinal membrane. The epiretinal membrane is a delicate tissue-like scar or membrane that looks like wrinkled cellophane that lies over the retina. This membrane pulls up the retina, which impairs your vision. Objects may appear blurred or crooked. Macular hole. A macular hole is a small defect in the centre of the retina at the back of your eye (macula). The hole can develop from abnormal traction between the retina and vitreous. or may follow injury to the eye. Macular degeneration: Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of vision loss in people over 65. Although this disease is a slow and progressive form of vision loss, patients may eventually become blind because of it. In macular degeneration, the centre of your retina begins to deteriorate. This causes symptoms such as blurred central vision or a blind spot in the centre of the visual field. There are two types – wet macular degeneration and dry macular degeneration. Many people will first have the dry form, which can progress to the wet form in one or both eyes. Retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It gradually affects the retina, causing loss of night and side vision. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of vision loss in people over 65. Although this disease is a slow and progressive form of vision loss, patients can still eventually go blind because of it. In macular degeneration, the centre of your retina begins to deteriorate. This causes symptoms such as blurred central vision or a blind spot in the centre of the visual field. There are two types – wet macular degeneration and dry macular degeneration. Many people will first have the dry form, which can progress to the wet form in one or both eyes. Retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It gradually affects the retina, causing loss of night and side vision. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of vision loss in people over 65. Although this disease is a slow and progressive form of vision loss, patients can still eventually go blind because of it. In macular degeneration, the centre of your retina begins to deteriorate. This causes symptoms such as blurred central vision or a blind spot in the centre of the visual field. There are two types – wet macular degeneration and dry macular degeneration. Many people will first have the dry form, which can progress to the wet form in one or both eyes. Retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It gradually affects the retina, causing loss of night and side vision. patients may eventually become blind from it. In macular degeneration, the centre of your retina begins to deteriorate. This causes symptoms such as blurred central vision or a blind spot in the centre of the visual field. There are two types – wet macular degeneration and dry macular degeneration. Many people will first have the dry form, which can progress to the wet form in one or both eyes. Retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It gradually affects the retina, causing loss of night and side vision. patients may eventually become blind from it. In macular degeneration, the centre of your retina begins to deteriorate. This causes symptoms such as blurred central vision or a blind spot in the centre of the visual field. There are two types – wet macular degeneration and dry macular degeneration. Many people will first have the dry form, which may progress to the wet form in one or both eyes. Retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It gradually affects the retina, causing loss of night and side vision. Many people will first have the dry form, which can progress to the wet form in one or both eyes. Retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It gradually affects the retina, causing loss of night and side vision. Many people will first have the dry form, which can progress to the wet form in one or both eyes. Retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It gradually affects the retina, causing loss of night and side vision.
Retinal Disease Treatment Options The aim of treatment will be to preserve and restore vision or to prevent and slow down damage to the retina. Our retina specialists treat the full spectrum of retinal diseases. This ranges from common conditions such as age-related macular degeneration or retinal detachment to rare conditions such as retinal inflammatory disease or retinitis pigmentosa. Treatment of retinal disorders varies according to the type and degree of the condition. Options can range from medications and vitamins to injections, surgery and laser treatments, and stem cell therapy. A person’s eye specialist will discuss the most appropriate treatment options for their condition.
Stem cell therapy Stem cell therapy modalities are emerging trends in retinal disease. The primary goal of stem cell therapy is to stop the progression of the disease. Stem cells can spontaneously settle in a suitable growth medium, proliferate, differentiate into other cell types and give rise to related cell types. Patients who are suitable candidates for stem cell therapy should undergo certain tests. Therapeutic stem cell approaches for dry age-related macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa and limbal stem cell deficiency.
Laser Eye Surgery Visual impairments such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism may have a negative impact on your lifestyle. Different types of laser surgery are better suited to vision problems.You may be suitable for some laser surgery procedures, and not others. There are 3 main types of laser eye surgery: LASIK, SMILE and Femto-Lasik treatments. LASIK /PRK- LASIK which stands for Laser Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis is one of the most popular refractive surgeries available.This is done with 2 lasers, one to open up a thin flap in the surface of the cornea, and another to reshape the cornea underneath. The protective flap is then smoothed back over and stays in place without stitches. SMILE – the surgeon reshapes your cornea through a small, self-sealing hole. SMILE which stands for Small Incision Lenticule Extraction, is a new technique. It is blade free and uses one laser. SMILE uses a femtosecond laser to create a lens-shaped disc of tissue within the cornea. This disc of tissue is called a ‘lenticule’ because it is lenticular in shape, this is removable. The lenticule size and shape is adjusted to the refractive error of the patient. The laser eye surgeon removes the lenticule through a 4-5mm incision on the cornea. The removal reshapes and flattens the cornea and therefore corrects vision.
Femto-LASIK Method Just like a fingerprint, each eye has its own characteristics and therefore the treatment must respect this uniqueness. This method is one of the popular and innovative types of laser eye surgery. This is because the eyes are treated with a femtosecond laser that makes computer-controlled and extremely precise cuts. With the combination of Wavefront analysis and Femto-LASIK, we offer you an innovative and revolutionary treatment method. As a result, the eyes heal faster and even have fewer complications than with conventional LASIK treatment.


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