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We at Spanish Eye Center make our patients the priority. We aim to educate and discuss the variety of vision treatment options with you. We believe that if you have been living with poor vision and are a suitable candidate for Lasik treatment, our vision correction care will help change your life for the better.

We don't believe you should make any compromises in terms of your vision. The Spanish Eye Center is an outstanding refractive surgery center which specializes in Lasik treatment and cataract surgery. We offer unmatched treatment and care at a reasonable cost.

If you want to know whether you make a good candidate for any of our vision treatment procedures, you can visit our clinic and consult with our professional and trained staff. The treatment and procedures are performed on-site to ensure your comfort and convenience. We use state of the art technology and the unmatched experience and expertise of our specialist eye surgeons, and our patients are offered many choices to correct vision problems ensuring the best possible results.

With the help of our fully trained staff and internationally trained eye surgeons, we provide detection and treatment for a number of eye diseases such as Cataract, Glaucoma and Corneal disease. Our patients must undergo an assessment to determine your eligibility. And we will guide and support from you from consultation until post-treatment follow up, we are there from beginning to end.

Our entire team at Spanish Eye Center guarantees the best support and comfort, and will do our best to guide you. The quality of treatment and patient safety are paramount to us and we will never compromise on this. Since the Center was established our primary focus has been on providing exceptional service from routine testing to surgical procedures.

  • Cataract is one of the most common eye disease around the world. It mostly occurs in people who are over 40.
  • The technique which is called monovision can correct vision problems caused by presbyopia.
  • Glaucoma is a disease which can cause a permanent vision loss and that there is no cure for it.

OUR SPECIALTIES

  • Keratoconus
    Keratoconus is an eye disease which results in thinning of the cornea. It is characterized by the thinning and bulging of the round shaped cornea...
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  • Lasik Treatment
    If you are looking for vision treatment where you no longer need glasses or contact lenses, Lasik treatment is the solution.   Lasik treatment is...
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  • Cataract Treatment
    Cataract is common in people as they age due to changes that occur in the lens proteins. Prolonged use of eye drops and inhalers can...
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  • Eye Allergies
    Eye allergies are caused by the same irritants that cause sneezing and a runny nose and other symptoms. An allergic reaction causes your eyes to...
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  • Blepharitis
    Blepharitis is inflammation of the eyelids, particularly lid margins- the part of the eyelid where the eyelashes grow. It affects both eyelids. Blepharitis is a...
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  • Presbyopia
    Presbyopia is the loss of near focusing ability which occurs with age. Presbyopia is normally experienced by people over 40 years. During this disease you...
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  • Diabetes Complications
    People who have diabetes can experience different eye problems due to the damage of blood vessels in eyes. High blood sugar level can lead to...
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  • CHILDREN EYE CARE
    Renowned experts in Laser Eye Surgery. Our dedicated team of surgeons, nurses, optometrists, researchers, patient care coordinators and clinic coordinators are hand-picked for their commitment...
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  • LASER EYE CARE
    Renowned experts in Laser Eye Surgery. Our dedicated team of surgeons, nurses, optometrists, researchers, patient care coordinators and clinic coordinators are hand-picked for their commitment...
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  • GLAUCOMA
    Our dedicated team of surgeons, nurses, optometrists, researchers, patient care coordinators and clinic coordinators are hand-picked for their commitment to excellent clinical care and customer...
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  • CATARACT
    Renowned experts in Laser Eye Surgery. Our dedicated team of surgeons, nurses, optometrists, researchers, patient care coordinators and clinic coordinators are hand-picked for their commitment...
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ( FAQ's )
FAQs:




Q: Why should I choose Spanish Eye Clinic?

A: Spanish Eye Clinic is a popular and highly demanded clinic in Dubai. We have a team of professional ophthalmologists who are the best in the UAE. We offer high quality services, modern technologies, safe and comfortable environment and affordable prices.




Q: When can I visit your clinic?

A: We work from Saturday to Sunday from 9 a.m until 9 p.m, but the patients with emergency needs will be seen on the same day. 




Q: What is Lasik treatment?

A: Lasik, also known as Laser eye surgery is a surgical procedure which uses laser for correction of various eye conditions like astigmatism, nearsightedness, farsightedness.




Q: How long does it take to do Lasik? 

A: Lasik is a simple and quick procedure. Depending on your prescription and condition of your eyes the surgery takes around 10 minutes on each eye. Laser itself needs up to 1 minute to correct your vision. 

Q: What does Laser Blended vision mean and what does it do?

A: Laser Blended Vision, also known as monovision is a technique which is used to treat presbyopia. During this procedure refractive errors in one eye is correct and the other one is left slightly nearsighted. This procedure provides effective and good vision at near and far distances.

Q: Is glaucoma curable?

A: Glaucoma can’t be cured but it can be managed if detected on early stage. You can prevent loss of vision and slow down further damage.




Q: How do you treat glaucoma? 

A: Depending on the stage of this disease and individual conditions, Glaucoma can be treated with eye drops, prescriptions, a surgery. All of these methods help to prevent loss of vision. 




Q: Who is most at risk for glaucoma? 

A: People who have a family history of glaucoma are at high risk. Also the ones who have diabetes are more likely to get this disease. People over 60 years and African- Americans who are over 40 years are also at high risk.




Q: When can I go back to regular life after cataract surgery?

A: Everyone needs some time to recover. Most of the patients go back to their normal life in a very little time. Most of them drive after a few days from surgery. Recovery time can range from a few days to a few weeks, depending on how quickly you heal, how you respond to this surgery. You should consult with an ophthalmologist for more accurate timeframe.




Q: How is cataract surgery performed? 

A: There are different types of cataract surgery. They all remove cloudy lens from the eye to clear vision. During some procedures cataract is softened and sucked out from an incision, while in some cases cloudy lens is removed in one peace and replaced with an artificial lens. You should consult with a surgeon to choose the option that works best for you. 




Q: How can I prevent diabetic eye diseases?

A: People with diabetes are at higher risk of getting certain eye diseases. To prevent these conditions you should, first of all, regularly visit an ophthalmologist to check your vision. You should also control blood sugar, blood pressure and levels of cholesterol. It’s always a great idea to live a healthy life which means exercising and giving up smoking.




Q: What are signs and symptoms of amblyopia?

A: Common symptoms of Amblyopia, also known as “lazy eye” include: eyes wandering inward and outward, poor perception, squinting, no coordination in eyes working, head tilting. You should visit a doctor if you experience any of these. You should check your vision regularly if you have a family history of cataracts, crossed eyes and other eye conditions.

Q: Does Keratoconus cause blindness?

A: Keratoconus doesn’t cause absolute blindness but it can significantly decrease your vision. Another good thing is that it can be cured with different methods depending on individual eye condition and stage. 

  • Treatment is important to control pressure. Interesting fact about glaucoma is that it takes 15 years on an average to progress from early damage to blindness with an Intraocular pressure of 21-25 mmHg, 7 years with and IOP of 25-30 mmHg and 3 years with more than 30 mmHg. Eye pressure varies between the times of a day, it is usually high in the morning and low in the evening. Patients without glaucoma vary 4mmHg during a day, while the ones who have glaucoma tend to vary more. This means that it can take years for the pressure to damage vision. You have enough time to find out if you have glaucoma so you should use this time wisely and visit a doctor regularly.
  • We know that Lasik helps to clear your vision and get rid of glasses and lenses but that’s not all. Reading vision can also be treated with Lasik. During this procedure, a surgeon corrects refractive errors in one eye and leaves the other one slightly nearsighted. As a result, a person can see distant objects clearly with the eye which was fully corrected and can also has a sharp near vision without sunglasses due to having a slightly nearsighted eye. This technique is also called Laser Blended Vision. After this procedure eyes effectively work together providing good vision at near and far distances. The effect of this procedure lasts anywhere between 5-10 years, but can be adjusted for several times.
  • Cataract causes blurriness and sometimes vision loss. There is a controversy about whether cataracts can be prevented or not. Many studies offer that certain nutrients may reduce risk of cataracts. One large study showed that high dietary intakes of vitamin E and carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin significantly decreased risks of cataract. So it is recommended to eat food that contains them like: sunflower seeds, almonds, spinach, kale and other leafy vegetables. Other studies have shown that vitamin C and food that contains omega 3 acids reduce cataract risks too. Another way to prevent cataracts is to wear sunglasses that protect you from UV rays when you are outdoor.
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