Some pathologies can be treated surgically:

> Pathology of the lens

  • Cataract: opacification of the lens, due to degeneration or trauma; Cataracts are a very common cause of vision deterioration.
  • Operable visual acuity disorders (refractive surgery)

> Vitreous pathology may require partial vitreous resections or vitrecthomy

> Pathology of the retina Including retinal detachment

1 million
of people blinded due to primary glaucoma, accounting for more than 12% of global blindness.


Different treatments are considered for the management of eye diseases.

Lens surgery

Cataract surgery is based on state-of-the-art technology. It is a well codified operation, the most practiced, all surgical specialties included. Significant progress has been made in the treatment of this disease, and most patients can expect to regain all or most of their vision.
The introduction of a new generation of implants (multifocal and toric implants) allows patients with compatible eyes to no longer wear glasses after cataract surgery.

Refractive surgery

Refractive surgery is a group of laser eye operations designed to eliminate or reduce dependence on optical correction with glasses or contact lenses.
It restores clear vision to people with visual acuity problems (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism or presbyopia).


Surgyone offers you a medical supervision by state-of-the-art teams (combining organ specialists, specialized surgeons, anesthesiologists, anatomical pathologists and specialized oncologists).

The surgical or endoscopic techniques required to manage your pathology are part of the current surgical excellence (conventional surgery, minimally invasive surgery, robotic surgery, interventional endoscopy).

In the context of the management of cancer-related pathologies, all decisions will be taken during multidisciplinary consultation meetings related to this pathology.

SurgyOne helps you with the following pathologies :

> Pathologies of the lens 

  • Refractive surgery (myopia surgery, presbyopia surgery, astigmatism surgery)
  • Cataract surgery 

> Pathology of the retina 

  • Retinal detachment

> Pathologies and aesthetic management of the eyelids 

  • Aesthetic surgery
  • Reconstructive surgery of the eyelids 
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