Eye Care Treatments

Who cannot do laser eye surgery?

Contraindications to laser correction are:

  • Retinal dystrophy. For the treatment of pathology, PPLC (peripheral preventive laser coagulation) is successfully used. After the procedure, the patient again has the opportunity to make laser vision corrections.
  • Thin cornea.
  • Diabetes mellitus.
  • Keratoconus. Keratoplasty, corneal tissue transplantation surgery is effectively used to treat keratoconus.
  • The age of the patient is under 18 and over 45.
  • Myopia of high degrees. To correct vision in such cases, there is an alternative — phakic lenses. They are implanted inside the eye without removing the lens to correct vision for short and long distances.
  • Progressive deterioration of vision.
  • The presence of cancer.
  • Pregnant women, as well as during breastfeeding;

What are the symptoms of eye diseases?

Because any problem that occurs in the eyes, one of the most important sensory organs of the body, leads to a decline in vision or complaints of stinging, burning, and so on in the eye, the symptoms of eye diseases can be easily noticed.

  • Heaviness and pain in the eyes,
  • A foreign object has escaped into the eye.,
  • Lacrimation in the form of tears, crying, burring problems in the eyes,
  • Severe eye itching, redness and burning sensation,
  • Narrowing of the visual field and visual impairment,
  • Low eyelid and swelling of the eyelids,

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