Macular degeneration

AMD (Age-Related Macular Degeneration) is a disease that affects the retina, especially the macula, which is a small area of the retina responsible for focusing images.

When it appears, it causes a marked decrease in visual acuity, distortion of images or areas of vision with black spots, especially in the central part of the retina.

If you notice any of these symptoms, if you have a family history of AMD, or if you are over 50, we recommend that you have a complete check-up of your retina to detect possible lesions and treat them in time before you lose vision.

This check-up includes:

Retinal scan

High resolution image of the different layers that make up the retina and its structures (retina, macula and optic nerve).

Retinography

High resolution image of our retina. Thanks to it we can detect if there is any important lesion.

Fundus

Knowing the condition of the internal structures of the eye is essential for our eye health.

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