Clínica Rotger

Ophthalmology

  • Blepharoplasty (2 eyelids)

    DEFINITION :

    Blepharoplasty is surgery to correct the fatty bags that appear in the upper and lower eyelids over time, giving a tired, aged appearance.

    Blepharoplasty can be done alone or combined with other treatments such as facelift.

    DESCRIPTION:

    The procedure involves removing excess fat and skin accumulated on the eyelids. Through small incisions, skin and fat excess is removed. Blepharoplasty is usually performed on an outpatient basis with local anesthesia and sedation. Usually lasts 1-3 hours.

    BEFORE THE PROCEDURE:

  • Cataracts surgery with multifocal intraocular lens

    DEFINITION:

    Cataracts occur when crystalline loses its transparency and it is difficult for the light to pass through it. Patients cannot see properly and lose quality of life.

    This surgical procedure is conducted by crystalline phacoemulsification

    DESCRIPTION:

    Cataracts extraction surgery needs a micro-incision in the cornea through which it will be possible to remove the patient's crystalline. They can be done surgically or by laser.

  • Cataracts surgery with monofocal intraocular lens

    DEFINITION:

    Cataracts occur when crystalline loses its transparency and it is difficult for the light to pass through it. Patients cannot see properly and lose quality of life.

    This surgical procedure is conducted by crystalline phacoemulsification

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    Cataracts extraction surgery needs a micro-incision in the cornea through which it will be possible to remove the patient's crystalline. They can be done surgically or by laser.

  • Presbyopia surgery. Supracor laser technique.

    DEFINITION:

    Over the years, the crystalline loses its elasticity and the ability to focus on nearby objects is reduced. Patients with presbyopia have difficulty to read and appreciate the intensity of colours.

    DESCRIPTION:

    There are several surgical techniques for correcting presbyopia but the most common is crystalline lens replacement with a multifocal or trifocal intraocular lens.

  • Refractive surgery. Toric ICL

    Refractive surgery aims to eliminate refractive defects such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. At present there are numerous techniques to solve these problems. All refractive surgeries are performed on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia.

    Each type of refractive correction requires a detailed study to select the most appropriate technique for each patient. Some of the most used techniques in refractive surgery are:

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