Surgical Procedures

As part of the eye surgery services offered by Moorfields Eye Hospital Centre in Abu Dhabi, specialists at the hospital undertake a broad range of surgical procedures and treatments, including Laser Refractive Surgery, Vitreoretinal, Oculoplastics treatments, and Corneal procedures and conditions, such as Glaucoma.

Vitreoretinal

Moorfields Eye Hospital Centre in Abu Dhabi performs advanced retinal surgical procedures using the latest vitreoretinal instruments. Procedures include sutureless 25 gauge and high speed vitrectomies. The hospital is equipped with a comprehensive range of intraocular gases, liquids and oils.
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Laser Refractive Surgery

Moorfields uses all the latest laser refractive techniques for the surgical correction of Astigmatism, Myopia and Hypermetropia at the Abu Dhabi hospital; these include IntraLase, WaveFront LASIK, LASEK, PRK and Epi-LASIK.
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Oculoplastics

Moorfields’ Oculoplastics specialists have extensive training in ophthalmology (eye surgery) before focusing on their sub-specialty of Oculoplastics surgery; this ensures that the surgeons have a deep knowledge and understanding not only of the anatomy and functions of the eye but also of the eyelids and surrounding tissues.
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Cornea

Corneal transplants become necessary to restore vision when the cornea is diseased or it becomes cloudy.
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Glaucoma

The diagnosis and control of Glaucoma requires advanced equipment to detect and monitor the disease along with a programme of regular follow up examinations.
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Cataract

Cataracts cloud the vision and along with blurring can also cause glare much like looking at the headlines of an oncoming car, whilst driving.
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Dacrocystorhinostomy

If the drainage passage from the eye becomes blocked or becomes narrow, it may result in regular eye infections and a watery eye. Dacrocystorhinostomy is a surgical procedure that creates a new passage through which to drain tears from the eye.
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Corneal Cross Linking

For patients with keratoconus, corneal cross-linking (also known as CXL) is an effective treatment that can prevent the condition becoming worse.
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Anti-angiogenic (anti-VEGF) drugs

Injecting anti-VEGF drugs into the eye is a procedure used to treat retinal conditions that result in the growth of abnormal blood vessels that leak underneath the retina.
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Paediatric Cataract

Moorfields’ paediatric team manages cases of complex congenital cataracts in children and this requires a very different management approach to the treatment of a more routine cataract related to the age of the patient.
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Low Vision Aids

There are times when a good level of vision is not possible even when using contact lenses or spectacles; in this case, the hospital can assess patients in a special low vision clinic.
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Medical Retina Clinics

Medical retina conditions develop at the back of the eye and they are treated medically using a combination of medications, eye drops or lasers; the hospital has a team of specialists leading this service, which includes screening for diabetic eye.
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Retinal Laser Photocoagulation

Retinal Laser Photocoagulation involves directing a special light onto the retina, by using a set of special contact and non-contact lenses.

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