Refraction and Contactology
All patients go through refraction to do the visual acuity study and detect if there is any refraction problem, such as myopia, farsightedness, or astigmatism. We have the most advanced specialized technology to perform the study in patients with low vision . In this section the contact lenses that the patient needs to correct refractive defects are adapted and placed.
Different contact lenses
Today there are several types of contact lenses that can correct any visual defects and adapt to all lifestyles. They can even be used at any age, as it is possible to compensate for myopia, farsightedness, astigmatism and even tired eyesight or presbyopia.
It is also a good choice in patients who have suffered any type of trauma, an unsuccessful laser operation or suffer from some type of irregularity in the cornea as in the case of keratoconus.
Orthokeratology is a technique by which, with the help of a contact lens, you modify the cornea effectively, safely and reversibly so that you can compensate for your visual defect.
This corneal modification occurs using the lenses while you sleep so that the next day you do not need to wear your glasses or contact lenses.