Our cutting-edge ophthalmology centre is fully equipped to diagnose all the various types of eye disease.
The tests performed with our non-invasive, latest-generation instruments make it possible to eliminate asymptomatic conditions that the patient has not even noticed.
With ophthalmic and orthoptic eye examinations, we can diagnose and treat children from the age of 3 years.
Specialist consultations, ophthalmic opinions, assessment of post-traumatic damage and injuries, driving licence-related issues.
Our practice is equipped with a full range of latest-generation, non-invasive diagnostic instruments that allow our specialists to explore the visual system as a whole, as well as its individual parts.
This simple examination makes it possible to identify retinal problems, such as macular degeneration, dystrophy and other macular alterations.
Analysis of the retina’s sensitivity to light in subjects with glaucoma, retinal alterations, following neurosurgical injuries or procedures and for licence renewal in monocular patients.
Qualitative and quantitative analysis of tear film secretion. The tests performed include the Schirmer tear test to assess the amount of tears produced, the tear break-up time (TBUT) test, osmolarity test and meibography imaging to assess the quality of the tears produced.
This technique is used to examine the innermost layer of corneal cells before and after surgery in order to rule out the presence of alterations such as corneal dystrophy.
For this quick and easy test, a swab of the subject’s saliva is collected in order to analyse his/her clinical and genetic risk of macular degeneration.
This examination makes it possible to perform a detailed analysis of the peripheral retina in cases of severe near-sightedness, in order to study the presence of retinal degenerations, retinal holes and all other possible alterations.
Allows a three-dimensional analysis of all retinal blood vessels, in order to rule out macular degeneration or monitor its evolution.
This technique is used to examine the various parts of the eye, in order to diagnose vitreous detachment, to rule out vitreomacular traction and retinal detachment, and to assess the ocular muscles in patients with hyperthyroidism.
Visual system function is studied in all children from 3 years of age and in all subjects with strabismus, double vision or ocular palsy and following injuries.
This diagnostic examination provides a detailed image of the posterior pole of the retina and is used in the assessment of all retinal diseases.
This technique is used to study the cornea, in cases of irregular astigmatism or keratoconus, and to assess the outcome of refractive or cataract procedures. It is used for iridocorneal angle screening in the presence of glaucoma or to assess the utility of surgical intervention. Analysis of corneal thickness following surgery and in patients with glaucoma or corneal alterations or injuries.
For the analysis of the visual field, contrast sensitivity, night vision and disability glare in monocular patients and those needing to renew their licence.
A computerised examination protocol devised to identify visuoperceptive disorders and their impact on literacy, which is useful for children with learning disorders.