Cataracts occur when the naturally clear lens inside your eye becomes opaque and cloudy. This eye disorder affects the vision two-fold:
The cloudiness of a cataract is caused by the liquid protein in the lens becoming harder. When this happens, the lens is unable to change shape adequately, and near focus is affected. Cataracts form slowly over a long time and you might not be aware that you've a cataract forming until it starts affecting your vision, such as blurry vision that cannot be corrected by a pair of glasses. Other symptoms include nighttime driving difficulty, multiple images in one eye, and glare.
Here at Dynamic Medical Centre, our ophthalmic consultant/cataract surgeon provides cataract surgery to restore your vision. It is an outpatient procedure whereby we remove the cloudy natural lens of the eye and replace it with a clear intraocular lens implant.
The clear dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye is known as the cornea. It is essential for focusing light rays as they enter the eye. Dry eye, keratoconus, corneal infections, corneal dystrophies, and pterygiums are all common corneal disorders.
The Dynamic Medical Center is home to a world-class group of corneal surgeons, allowing us to provide surgery and treatments for any corneal condition, including keratoconus. With advanced corneal scanners and cutting-edge algorithms for superior interpretation, we are uniquely positioned to treat any corneal issue. Our approach is the same for any of our other treatments: plenty of one-on-one time with your surgeon, on-site imaging, and bespoke treatment plans tailored to your specific needs and lifestyle.
Glaucoma is associated with an increase in the intraocular pressure of the eye. Glaucoma is caused by an imbalance in the outflow and production of aqueous fluid in the eye; any imbalance between these two can cause glaucoma. Why is it critical to treat glaucoma? Glaucoma, if left untreated, can cause progressive and eventually irreversible optic nerve damage, manifesting clinically as loss or reduction in the visual field and peripheral vision.
Glaucoma is a potentially blinding condition that requires the attention of an ophthalmic consultant. The intra-ocular pressure must be monitored, as well as the effects that higher eye pressure may have on the retina. The Dynamic Medical Center offers glaucoma diagnostics; each consultation includes intra-ocular pressure measurement, and in cases of known or suspected glaucoma, more advanced pressure recording devices such as the i-Pen are used. We have a full complement of glaucoma diagnostic scanners, such as visual field testing and OCT retinal scans, to examine the effect on the retina.
It is a kind of surgery performed on the eyelids. Cosmetic eye surgery is performed to remove excess skin from the upper eyelids and to reduce bagginess in the lower eyelids. It's also known as an eye lift. Cosmetic eye surgery is an effective way to improve vision in older people who have sagging upper eyelids that obstruct their vision. Dark circles under the eyes, crow's feet, and other facial wrinkles cannot be removed with an eye lift. It is frequently performed in conjunction with other procedures such as laser resurfacing, filler injections, or forehead lifts.
At Dynamic Medical Center, we have a multi-disciplinary of occulo-plastic consultant Surgeons offering our patients a bespoke and personalized treatment plan routed in the latest and most up-to-date surgical techniques. Our surgeons do not just provide aesthetically pleasing results but their surgical expertise allows for the vital function of your eyelid to be retained.
Dry eye syndrome is a broad term that describes a variety of eye symptoms such as redness, scratchiness, blurred vision, discomfort with contact lenses, crusty eyes in the morning, dry and watery eyes. While much research has been conducted and much more is still being conducted, there is agreement that there is a link between Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) and Dry Eye Syndrome.
While much research has been conducted and much more is still being conducted, a consensus has been found that there is a relationship between Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) and Dry Eye Syndrome. Meibomian glands are the lipid and mucin secreting part of the eyelid; these glands can become blocked or under-function, resulting in a decrease in the amount of lipid and mucin in the tear and altering the water lipid mucin ratio, which is critical to preventing the water in the tear from evaporating and causing dry eye symptoms. Here at Dynamic Speciality Care, we offer a wide range of diagnostic as well as therapeutic approaches for patients with DED.
The retina, located at the back of the eye, is made up of light-sensitive cells known as photoreceptors. Photoreceptors allow us to see by converting the light that enters our eyes into electrical pulses that travel to the brain. The impulses are then interpreted by the brain, allowing us to see what we are looking at. Retinal disorders typically manifest as flashes of light, floaters, a reduction in central vision, or complete vision loss.
At the Dynamic Speciality Care, we aim to prevent blindness through our experienced team of medical and surgical retina doctors and using highly effective up to date retinal imaging and rapid implementation of treatment.
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