Glaucoma is the name given to conditions in which eye-pressure related optic nerve damage occurs
• Glaucoma surgeries
• Visual field test
• Retinal nerve fibre layer tomography
• Corneal pachymetry (corneal thicknessanalysis)
Cataract is the cloudiness on the eye lens that impairs clarity of our vision.
A clear eye lens allow us to see clearly whereas an eye lens with cataract results in blurred vision.
• Cataract Surgery
• Biometry (Lens Measurement)
• Multifocal (far - near), Toric (correcting astigmatism) intraocular lens
• YAG Laser
The retina is the tissue at the back of the eye. It is made up of veins and nerves coming from the brain. In order to examine the retina eye drops are applied that dilate the pupil and then this tissue layer is examined using a special lens and light.
The eye is the most important element of beauty and facial expression.
Normally, the eyes are aligned with one another when looking in any direction. When this alignment is disrupted it is known as strabismus.
In this unit an examination by a doctor determines if the eye is suitable for wearing a contact lens, and if so what kind of lens can and cannot be used.
• Soft contact lens
• Toric contact lens
• Keratokonus (hard) lens
• Cornea Topography
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