- Poor eyesight (nearsightedness and farsightedness)
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Retinopathia pigmentosa
- Retinal detachment
- Various eye injuries
Many of these problems can be treated in a very short time and thus restore full eyesight.
Known treatment methods include:
Cataract treatment with femtosecond laser
Cataract treatment with the phaco method
Corneal inlay treatment
Laser treatment for presbiopsy
Trifocal lens treatment
Laser treatment steps:
A detailed topographic map of the cornea is created using topographic tests. Thanks to this mapping of the eye landscape, the surgical method can be determined. The corneal thickness is determined using a pachymeter. In addition to the topographic mapping, this is one of the most important tests for determining the treatment method.
Further tests are carried out with the results of the test. Visual acuity, diopter value and binding measurements are determined. Finally, biomicroscopic examinations are made and the intraocular pressure is determined. Depending on the patient's situation, further examinations and tests can be carried out.
3. Eye examination with drops
The pupil is artificially dilated by the administration of special drops. As a result, the diopter values are measured again and a detailed eye wall examination (retina, vascular and nerve layer) is carried out.
4. Decision to operate
Based on all tests and examinations, the doctors draw up a treatment plan and, if possible, carry it out. The treatment is then only carried out with complete safety.
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