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Eye surgery

Thanks to medical progress, among other things, surgical procedures have become safer and more effective. Over the years, potential risks have been reduced, recovery periods shortened, and the accuracy of techniques improved. Cataract surgery is one of the best examples of a procedure that has evolved over time. In this section, you will find useful information on the various surgical procedures used in ophthalmology.

  • Cataract surgery

    Cataract surgery

    Cataract surgery is performed in a sterile operating room equipped with state-of-the-art technology.

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  • Minor surgery

    Minor surgery

    This section contains information on minor and common surgical procedures performed at the Laurentians Eye Institute (LEI).

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  • Glaucoma surgery

    Glaucoma surgery

    When medical therapy fails to adequately control intraocular pressure (IOP), surgical procedures or more advanced treatments are considered.

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  • Ptosis


    The eyeball must be supported and protected by other structures, called “annexes”, in order to function properly.

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  • Corneal surgery

    Corneal surgery

    The cornea is the clear, circular layer of tissue that forms the front part of the eye. Corneal surgery allows keeping the cornea clear, smooth and healthy.

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