Eye health is very important because it is one of the senses that connects us with our environment and fills it with meaning. Explore here all the checkups, tests and controls we perform at the center.
Just as there is a frequency for taking the child to the pediatrician, it is recommended that before the age of two, the child should visit the ophthalmologist for the first time.
Vision is a key aspect for a good quality of life, especially in middle age, and good or bad health has a direct impact on it.
Knowing the state of the internal structures of the eye is essential for our ocular health.
Refraction is one of the most important tests performed daily in the office to obtain the exact graduation of each eye.
To be able to examine in depth the structures of the anterior segment we need to perform a biomicroscopy.
Detection of those areas of our visual field where our vision has been reduced to a greater or lesser extent.
In order to examine in depth the structures of the posterior segment of the eye, an ultrasound scanner is used.
The optic nerve scanner or papillary tomography allows us to obtain a high resolution image of our optic nerve.
The cornea is the first of the lenses we have available to focus on the objects correctly.
High resolution image of the different layers that make up the retina and its structures (retina, macula and optic nerve).
An increase in intraocular pressure can cause serious damage to our eyes. Keeping it under control is extremely important.
The endothelial cells are found in the innermost layer of the cornea and have great reluctance.
Detecting a disease such as glaucoma or keeping it under control in those patients who have already been diagnosed is essential.