We have a team of dedicated ophthalmologists, ophthalmologists, opticians and optometrists who are dedicated and ready to use the latest technology to diagnose vision disorders and to determine the optimal diopters for your needs.
The diopters are measured with the help of the autorefractometer, and the ophthalmologist, based on the result, establishes the necessary optical correction by testing with lenses.
Sometimes it is necessary to perform refractometry with cycloplegia after the use of drops for pupil dilation. The purpose of using the drops is to determine the true diopters, usually in certain situations and especially when glasses are no longer worn.
Our doctors and ophthalmologists can also perform ophthalmological medical consultations and can diagnose various eye conditions such as:
- Alacrimia or dry eye syndrome usually occurs in people who sit in front of the screen for a long time or read a lot or are elderly
- Blepharitis – chronic inflammation of the eyelids and eyelashes, causes itching and irritation of the eyelids
- Chalazion – a small swelling in the eyelid, may be initially red, swollen and sensitive to touch
- Keratoconus – inflammation of the cornea of the eye, occurs in young people and affects vision gradually and the disease stops after the age of 40 years.
- Allergic conjunctivitis – allergic reaction to the eyes, at the level of the conjunctiva, such as itching, redness, inflammation of the conjunctiva
- Acute conjunctivitis – a viral infection of the conjunctiva that manifests itself through pain, burns, itching and sometimes sensitivity to light, the eyes turn red and a sticky secretion appears, especially in the morning
- Male degeneration – occurs suddenly with age and in many cases, the image appears fragmented, divided and missing pieces, this disease is found when reading or activities that require looking at a short distance.
- Posterior vitreous discolouration – with age, the vitreous body can contract and detach from the posterior wall of the eyeball, so small haemorrhages will appear in the anterior part that will be seen as red spots, people affected by this disease will see spots, lines, circles or spots floating in front of the eyes
- Retinal detachment – occurs when the layers of the retina separate and no more visual signals are sent to the brain, IT IS A MEDICAL EMERGENCY that requires immediate attention, untreated can lead to blindness
- Vitreous disorders (vitreous flakes) – are small spots or clouds that appear and move in the visual field, it is not a dangerous condition and does not require treatment or other interventions, only if there are many such spots an ophthalmological control is necessary
- Subconjunctival haemorrhage – when under the conjunctiva a blood vessel ruptures and bleeds, it usually appears suddenly, following a strong cough, exertion, vomiting, surgery, trauma sometimes occurs among people with diabetes and hypertension
- Corneal infection with herpes simplex virus – can cause small skin ulcers, it is not known how it is transmitted to the virus, but it probably occurs due to a cold or infection, affects the cornea, increases tear secretion, light sensitivity increases and vision becomes blurred and eyelids become inflamed. It is not contagious but requires proper hygiene and eye consultation
- Orjeletul (Pitcher) – when one of the glands of the eyelid, located on the edge, becomes infected, the gland swells like a basket. It can grow both inside and outside, the area is sensitive to touch, with redness and swelling. It needs treatment and does not affect vision.
- Scleritis and episcleritis – redness of the eye on a small area, sometimes it can be intense and can acquire a bluish tinge, it can be painful of different intensity, depending on the case.
- Diabetic retinopathy – people with diabetes are at risk of developing this condition and regular check-ups are recommended even if there are no visual symptoms at all because it can completely and permanently affect the retina. Symptoms can be easily blurred vision both near and far, flakes and even sudden loss of vision, untreated leads to blindness.
- Pterygium – abnormal growth of the wedge-shaped cornea
- Pinguecula – a small yellowish-embossed spot that forms on the conjunctiva, on each side of the cornea, caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation, wind, dust
- Inflammation of the optic nerve – occurs due to external causes, in case of disorders in the body, an infection, inflammation of other organs, etc., this condition of the optic nerve leads to loss of partial or total vision in one of the eyes and manifests itself as a blurring of the central vision or a partial loss of the central field of vision, the affected eye can perceive paler, more blurred colours, without saturation. An eye examination is recommended.
- Viral corneal infection – the cornea is the front of the eye and is completely transparent and clean, it is one of the most sensitive organs in the human body, viral infection can lead to small, scattered grey spots on the surface of the cornea and can cause discomfort from light, pain, blurred vision and tearing of the eyes. This infection can be transmitted to other organs, so hygiene is very important.
Any problems you have or notice in your eyes, do not postpone a visit to a specialist or ophthalmologist. A delay can lead to severe problems and most treatments are simple and do not require surgery.
We look forward to a regular eye examination.