Ophthalmologist Dcheira Inezgane Dr Sounny
Dr. Souny is the best ophthalmologist dcheira and inzegane, the Dr. Sounny ophthalmological ophthalmology center for Vision surgery, care exclusively is dedicated to surgery for visual disorders requiring the wearing of glasses or contact lenses or surgical intervention. The ophthalmology center of Dr. Sounny offers the latest ophthalmology technologies applied to Dcheira and inzegane, around Agadir in southern Morocco with the maximum comfort and security.
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Your children’s eyes are precious! Consider diagnosing your children’s eyesight from a very young age, from 2 to 16 years old. The pediatric ophthalmology team at Dr. SOUNNY’s ophthalmological center diagnoses and treats all pathologies in children, at the request of the pediatrician, the treating ophthalmologist or the parents.
Refractive surgery is present in Dr. Sounny’s ophthalmology center, a set of modern equipment and modern surgical techniques to correct the majority of anomalies of ocular refraction: myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, presbyopia…
Wearing contact lenses on an occasional or daily basis to correct or compensate for a visual defect such as ametropia (myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism). In some cases, they allow corrections that are impossible with glasses.
Blurred vision, unclear vision, blurry! Poor distance vision and good near vision. The image of an object is not sharp because it forms in front of the retina. The myopic subject does not see from afar, he is obliged to bring objects closer to see them clearly up close, the myopic does not recognize his neighbors at 3 meters!
The opinion of the ophthalmologist dcheira: Wearing glasses or concave contact lenses. The same result can be obtained by flattening the center of the cornea by laser.
The eye has the power to automatically adjust its focal length to see far or near depending on the situation, a process identical to the autofocus of cameras. Presbyopia is a decrease in the accommodative power of the eye.
This decrease begins at age 45 and is mandatory and stabilizes before age 60, due to both enlargement and hardening of the lens of the eye, implying a decrease in its deformability.
The opinion of the ophthalmologist dcheira: Surgical treatment which depends on the visual disturbances of presbyopia and the age of the patient.
The eye approximates the shape of a rugby ball rather than a soccer ball. The astigmatic eye has imprecise vision both near and far, causing eyestrain and headaches.
The opinion of the ophthalmologist dcheira: Wearing glasses or contact lenses to bring the two separate images into one on the retina.
Cataract is the clouding of the lens. The lens is a natural lens located at the back of the iris, its function is to direct light rays to the retina. With age, the lens becomes opaque, vision becomes cloudy, colors are less perceived, the eye becomes sensitive to light. Without treatment, cataracts can lead to total loss of vision.
The opinion of the ophthalmologist: Surgery! Replace the cloudy lens with an artificial lens. A minor surgical operation, with local anesthesia, in a sterile environment and under a microscope, to remove the lens and replace it with a synthetic lens. A few days after the operation, the patient notices a marked improvement in vision.
Strabismus is a misalignment of the eyes in 2 to 3% of children. The ophthalmological examination is essential to eliminate the malformative or neurological cause. In children, strabismus causes a decrease in the vision of the deviated eye, because the deviated eye works less than the fixing eye.
Strabismus can permanently compromise vision in one eye! Social and aesthetic harm. In adults or older children, recent strabismus causes double vision, but in small children or adults with old strabismus, double vision is not present because the brain suppresses it by overriding the eye of life.
The opinion of the ophthalmologist dcheira: The wearing of glasses, necessary in adults and children, to give a clearer vision and to avoid the accommodative efforts which aggravate strabismus.
The patient’s vision disappears on the sides, but not in the center because of damage to the optic nerve which connects the retina to the back of the eye, and carries images to the brain. If the lesions progress, central vision disappears, leading to blindness. Symptoms: eye pain; intermittent visual fog; reduced vision, especially on the sides. Central vision is normal
Keratoconus is an eye disease that results in a loss of the sphericity of the cornea which takes the form of an irregular cone. This deformation causes vision problems with a distorted view that penalizes vision. It requires optical correction and often the wearing of specialized lenses.