Cataract Surgery SFO
It corresponds to an optical and / or anatomical alteration of the crystalline lens, a high power lens located inside the eye (objective of a photographic camera) playing an important role in vision and accommodation in young people, c 'that is to say the passage from far vision to near vision.
YAG laser Capsulotomy SFO
Posterior capsular opacification (sometimes called secondary cataracts) It does not correspond to a "regrowth" of the cataract but to a loss of transparency of the natural lens capsule located behind the implant (or artificial lens). Capsular opacification occurs in over 30% of cases in the years following cataract surgery.
Laser Iridotomy/Iridoplasty SFO
You suffer from an abnormality or damage to the iris and / or the iridocorneal angle which causes visual disturbances or glaucoma. Your ophthalmologist offers you laser treatment which is the most appropriate way to remedy this.
Chronic open-angle glaucoma SFO
You have chronic open-angle glaucoma that threatens your vision. Your ophthalmologist offers you laser treatment to try to stabilize the progress of your glaucoma and to preserve your vision. This sheet contains information on the operation proposed to you, its results and its risks.
Amniotic membrane graft SFO
You have a disease of the ocular surface that does not improve with the usual treatment. Your ophthalmologist offers you an amniotic membrane transplant because this procedure can improve the condition of your eye by promoting healing.
Pterygion surgery SFO
You have pterygium. Your ophthalmologist suggests the operation, because surgery is the only way to make it go away.
You suffer from refractory glaucoma, that is, glaucoma resistant to conventional medical and surgical treatment. Your ophthalmologist offers you an operation that he believes is the only way to hope to keep your vision. This intervention is reserved for the most difficult, the most resistant cases, those for which a more conventional classic surgical treatment has not been sufficiently effective. This sheet contains information on the operation proposed to you, its results and its risks.
Refractive surgery SFO
You have a refractive error that your ophthalmologist suggests you treat with refractive laser surgery. This sheet contains information on the operation proposed to you, its results and its risks.
Laser Retinal Photocoagulation SFO
You have a retinal disorder responsible for your visual disturbance. Your ophthalmologist offers laser photocoagulation treatment because this is the most appropriate way for you to prevent further loss of vision.
Retinal Angiography SFO
This exam consists of taking photographs of your fundus after injecting a fluorescent dye into a vein, usually at the bend of the elbow (i.e. as for a blood test. ). It is the gold standrad way to know the state of the vessels of your retina.
Intra-vitreal injections SFO
You have an eye condition for which your ophthalmologist suggests an injection of medicinal substance (s) into your eye. This sheet contains information on the intervention offered to you. Injecting drugs directly into the eye can in some cases work very effectively on the eye disease to be treated, while minimizing the general side effects.
Enucleation/Evisceration of the eye SFO
You will undergo enucleation or evisceration of the eye which will be responsible for a deficit in the orbital cavity. Your ophthalmologist suggests the operation because surgery is the only way to improve your condition. This sheet contains information on the operation proposed to you, its results and its risks.
Surgery of eyelid anomalies due to age SFO
You have an eyelid anomaly responsible for your eye problems. Your ophthalmologist suggests the operation because surgery is the only way to improve your eyelid and / or eye condition. This sheet contains information on the operation proposed to you, its results and its risks.
Aesthetic eyelid surgery/Blepharoplasty SFO
Blepharoplasty is cosmetic eyelid surgery to treat dermatochalasis or excess skin on the upper and / or lower eyelids. This relaxation of the tissues can be either hereditary or one of the signs of aging.
Pediatric Refractive Examination SFO
Your child has a decrease in visual acuity or a visual behavior disorder requiring to look for an abnormality of the refraction (myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism). These disorders can affect one eye or both eyes and imperatively require in the child the temporary blockage of accommodation. Indeed, the examination in children must be objective and require dilation of the eye with the use of eye drops.
Progressive Myopia SFO
You or your child has progressive myopia and we suggest such treatments to try to slow down its progression.
Lacrimal duct obstruction SFO
Your child has unilateral or bilateral obstruction of the tear ducts.