General Clinical Ophthalmology
General review of vision, graduation, preventive ophthalmology (early detection of abnormalities, ocular tension taking, fundus examination, labor reviews).
Evaluation and monitoring of the most common retinal diseases (diabetic retinopathy, hypertensive, senile macular degeneration), laser treatment of retinal alterations.
Corneal microsurgery The cornea is the transparent and avascular anterior tissue of the eye, which resembles the glass of a clock. The cornea consists of 5 layers: the epithelium, the Bowman membrane, the stroma, the Descemet membrane and the endothelium, the main functions being the protection of intraocular content and reflation
Ocuplastic Surgery Oculoplastic Surgery is a sub-specialty within ophthalmology that treats both functional and aesthetic disorders and diseases related to the eyelids, eyebrows, tear ducts, orbit and conjunctiva. The eyelids are a very delicate area and it is important that you are an ophthalmologist surgeon specialized in this type of surgery
Intraocular lens surgery The phakic lens is an intraocular lens that is added to the eye's optical system without removing any structure. This lens allows the eye to properly focus light rays on the retina. These lenses can correct high diopters in myopia, farsightedness and astigmatism. Intraocular lens implants respecting the