The human eye is an organ that has seen the most rapid development in medical sciences in recent years than any other organ. The technological development of diagnostic and therapeutic instruments will render the older equipment obsolete in a few years. The laser for the correction of visual defects, such as myopia is an example. Over the past 20 years we have been equipped with 5 efficient lasers requiring a replacement only once every 5 years. Currently we have two in operation: A femtolaser and an excimer laser. With these equipments, we ensure a high level of excellence and technology for our patients. Our protocol is to offer the best diagnostic and treatment services that have been approved by the international scientific community. On one hand, this means that we have the same therapeutic opportunities in our office that can be found in the best world centers. On the other hand, we use innovative methods that contribute to the development of new instruments and surgical techniques.
From the beginning, our goal has been to set a benchmark both for diagnostics and for the treatment of eye diseases in the field of medical sciences.
To achieve this result it is essential that we constantly improve our surgical techniques and use increasingly innovative equipment. Our goal is to contribute to scientific progress and provide our patients the very best of science and technology. This has led us to take inspiration from the various innovative techniques being used around the world by talented doctors. However, the assistance provided by web today cannot replace the trust created by meeting the patients in person. We put efforts into meeting our patients and their families no matter how time consuming it maybe. Owing to our passion, we can overcome all difficulties and increase our wealth of knowledge and experience.
Over the years, we have been invited as surgeons in courses and congresses of live surgeries, such as the British congress in Windsor which was transmitted via satellite to an audience of 400 ophthalmologists gathered more than 300 miles away. On that occasion we performed 2 microsurgeries of cataract practiced through two tiny holes, a technique that was uncommon in Britain in 2004.
More recently, we were invited to conduct a combined surgery, cataract surgery that is associated with a retinal surgery with a minimally invasive technique and a small cut to the SOI International Congress held in Milan in May 2012.