Specialties

Our commitment reaches beyond 
experience.

Quality, the engine that drives our team.

  • Contact lenses

    Contact lenses

    At the Amigó Ophthalmological Institute you will only pay for your contact lenses once they are the most suitable type for you and the contact lens specialist is sure their adaptation is optimal, offering adequate comfort and vision. Unlike glasses,…

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  • Strabismus and Orthoptic

    Strabismus and Orthoptic

    At the Amigó Eye Institute we offer different
treatment methods depending on your case: from the use of
glasses or patches to surgery. Orthoptics is a specialty of Optometry responsible for the assessment and measurement of
mild, moderate and severe deviations of the…

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  • Eyelid and lacrimal

    Eyelid and lacrimal

    We have staff specialised in plastic surgery of
the tissues around the eyeball. Ophthalmic plastic surgery of the orbit and tear ducts (or oculoplastic surgery) is a 
specialised area of ophthalmology that deals with the surgical treatment of 
diseases of the…

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  • Keratoconus

    Keratoconus

    At the Amigó Ophthalmological Institute we are achieving improved vision quality, reducing or eliminating dependence on glasses and contact lenses. Keratoconus is a progressive deformation of the cornea that in its final stages takes on
a conical shape, which progressively alters…

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  • Retina and macula

    Retina and macula

    The retina is the light-sensitive tissue lining the inside surface of the eye. It can be likened to a screen onto which the light is projected to form images. The light stimulates the optic nerves via a complex system of…

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  • Cataracts

    Cataracts

    Ultrasound phacoemulsification permits immediate return to daily activities the day after the operation Today, lens emulsification by ultrasound is the most frequently used technique to treat cataracts. The ultrasonicated and emulsified lens is aspired through a small aperture in the…

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  • Glaucoma

    Glaucoma

    The IOA has available the most sophisticated equipment for diagnosis of glaucoma: OCT and ORA. The aim of glaucoma treatment is to reduce the pressure within the eye to a level at which it no longer damages the eyesight. Four…

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  • Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism

    Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism

    At the Amigó Ophthalmology Institute we have developed refractive surgery since 1992. These three defects can be treated by refractive surgery whatever their strength in
dioptres. However, the refractive surgeon must decide if surgery is a suitable option for the person,…

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  • Presbyopia

    Presbyopia

    Our experience in the treatment of Age-Related Long-Sight has led us to use two different approaches: laser and non-laser techniques. Currently at the Amigó Optical Institute (IOA), we correct presbyopia using various surgical techniques, selected according to each patient’s characteristics.…

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  • Cataract Premium Treatment

    Cataract Premium Treatment

    Your life without cataracts Thanks to the newest technological breakthroughs, nowadays this centre can offer its clients a treatment that goes beyond the classic cataracts surgery. This treatment is not solely meant for the removal of the cataract. The patients…

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  • Glaucoma Diagnosis

    Glaucoma Diagnosis

    How to know if I suffer from primary glaucoma? As time goes by we have observed that the most frequent type of glaucoma is that of “open-angle”, which generally the patient does not notice until he or she has lost…

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  • Treatment of glaucoma

    Treatment of glaucoma

    How do we treat glaucoma? The aim of glaucoma treatment is to reduce the pressure within the eye to a level at which it no longer damages the eyesight. Three types of treatment are used: eye drops, laser, surgery, or…

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  • Lens surgery

    Lens surgery

    Once reached the age of 40 there are different alternatives to the use of glasses: laser eye surgery or intraocular lens. The specialized surgeon will indicate if you are suitable for corrective surgery or which option is the best in…

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  • Phakic intraocular lens (ICL and toric ICL)

    Phakic intraocular lens (ICL and toric ICL)

    Patients with high level myopia and hypermetropia The phakic intraocular lenses are the alternative solution when a patient is not suitable for laser treatment. Although less popular than the well-known laser treatment, this technique has been performed for 18 years…

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  • Refractive surgery and Excimer laser

    Refractive surgery and Excimer laser

    What are myopia, hypermetropia and astigmatism? Myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism and presbyopia (eyestrain) are the commonly named refractive disorders. The capacity of the eye to focus the images correctly is measured in units called diopters. Refractive surgery is the type of…

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