Laser photocoagulation is a medical procedure that consists of applying a light beam that in contact with the eye has a thermal effect, resulting in fine cauterization of blood vessels in the eye. Depending on the pathology, this procedure can be performed in the operating room or in the doctor’s office.
The YAG laser is a simple, painless and of short duration procedure performed in the ophthalmologist’s office to remove eye problems.
Intravitreal injections are performed after a full ophthalmological (visual acuity, intraocular pressure measurement, refraction and fundus examination) and imaging examination consisting of an OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) and, if necessary, an Angiofluorography (AFG).
Laser iridotomy is a procedure that consists of making a draining channel in the iris in order for aqueous humor to be released.