Eyelid surgery to improve functionality and appearance in the case of eyelid disorders such as chalazion, ectropion, ptosis and blepharophimosis.
We use a surgical microscope to treat pinguecula, pterygium and corneal sedimentation (e.g. keratopathy)
replacement of a cloudy lens with an intraocular lens
b) Glaucoma: non-penetrating surgical procedures such as sclerotomy and viscocanalostomy
use of drainage valves or tubes (e.g. Baerveldt implants or Ex-PRESS tubes)
Minimally invasive trabecular surgery:
a stent or direct bypass under the conjunctiva (Xen implants)
c) Intravitreal injection: to treat macular degeneration, diabetic macular oedema, following venous thrombosis or vitreomacular traction (Avastin, Eylea, Lucentis, Jetrea, Ozurdex)
Used to correct sight problems.
Non-contact excimer laser.
Refractive surgery using an excimer laser.
Epithelium-off or Epithelium-on cross-linking (transepithelial) methods for stabilising keratoconus (see “News: Cross-linking”
Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery)