The eye contour is the most fragile and delicate zone on the face. It requires a special attention because the age, fatigue and stress can leave different signs such as dark circles, crow´s feet, eye bags and eyelid swelling.
We have the vitreoretinal and phacoemulsification platform Stellaris® PC Bausch + Lomb, a German technology to perform posterior segment surgeries like retina detachments, vitreous hemorrhages, epiretinal membrane, among some other procedures.
In Clinica Sancho we have one of the newest technologies to treat dry eye problems, thanks to the Thermaeye Intense Pulse Light (IPL), the first certificate equipment in the world.
Intravitreal Injections such as Avastin, Lucentis and Eylea are treatments for eye diseases and age-related macular degeneration. This kind of injections are also used to treat eye diseases related with diabetes and other retinal problems.
Nowadays we have an integral treatment and the newest technology to diagnose dry eye, thanks to the I-Pen that allows to perform an osmolarity test. The Keratograph 5M and the Meibiography help to diagnose dysfunctionality of the meibomian glands and the behavior of the tear film.
This equipment was developed to perform posterior capsulotomy. This kind of treatment is needed sometimes after a cataract surgery. This laser can be used also in patients suffering from glaucoma to perform an iridectomy or trabeculoplasty.
A modern equipment with laser technology to treat patients with glaucoma through micro pulses.
This kind of exam gives an evaluation of the corneal biomechanical response, tonometry and corneal pachymetry. This equipment records the corneal reaction after an air defined pulse using a modern high-speed Scheimpflug camera.
The ophthalmoscopy or study of the eye fundus is one of the diagnosis techniques focus on visualizing the posterior pole of the eye globe, this includes the retina, optic disc, choroids, and blood vessels.
Modern equipment (lenstar) specialized to perform Intra Ocular Lenses calculation which is used for the cataract surgery.
This topography provides complete information about the corneal structure and anterior chamber. The OrbScan topography measures the shape of the corneal frontal and anterior surface, this gives a complete image of the cornea thickness.
This Aberrometer measures and analyses the presence of aberrations of high and low order. It has iris recognition for a safe and efficient identification of the patient, it also compensates the change of the pupillary axis and cyclotorsion.