The reviews of the scientific community show over the years an increasing use of microsurgery in the medical field. This innovative method, in fact, thanks to the use of particular robotic engineering tools, allows to perform complex operations with maximum precision thanks to minimal incisions and low invasiveness, which would be challenging with the use of traditional surgery. These are technologies that have often been the focus of positive opinions and reviews from major boot clinics. Among these stands out in Rome Villa Mafalda which, with its ophthalmological department AktiVision (here the AktiVision official site), has often shared in-depth articles focusing precisely on medical advances in this regard. In fact, ophthalmology is one of the medical branches that has been able to better integrate these methodologies into its practice, managing to bring the quality of health services to the public to a much better level.
Applications of microsurgery in the eye field
Microsurgery, in the ophthalmological field, has shown several advantages in the treatment of diffuse pathologies such as myopia, cataracts and degenerations of cornea and retina. This is confirmed by several studies as well as the reviews shared by the Villa Mafalda clinic. Even more important is in any case the positive feedback from patients, also considering the large number of citizens afflicted by this pathology of sight: it is in fact calculated that myopia, i.e. the reduction of the visual ability from a distance, is the most common defect and that in Italy alone it involves about 12 million people. Among other things, since it is a progressive pathology, which in some cases continues until old age, it forces you to change lenses repeatedly and causes alterations to the ocular structure that could degenerate into blindness. Until the last century, solutions to these problems were few, while medical advances have led to a real turnaround. VillaMafalda and AktiVision indicate for example the insertion of intraocular phakic lenses, which solve the problem with a total recovery of the diopters. It is an intervention that is recommended with nearsightedness greater than 7 diopters, if the defect affects an eye in a special way and in any case not to individuals under the age of 20 years.
Always according to the reviews of the ophthalmologists, another widespread problem, especially after the age of 65, is cataracts. The testimonials released by specialist departments, including that of the Villa Mafalda clinic, claim that cataracts are the world's leading cause of reversible blindness because thanks to a delicate laser intervention, it is possible to restore its natural transparency to the lens of the eye , indispensable for the passage of light rays that ensure optimal vision.
Villa Mafalda, reviews on the positive impact of the laser
In general, the opinions of specialists highlight the enormous impact of the spread of laser technologies. In fact, these instruments have allowed ophthalmologists to operate without the need for the classic scalpel: a huge step forward both in terms of precision and safety for the patient and in terms of intervention and post-operative recovery times. Villa Mafalda also highlights this, dedicating different in-depth articles to this type of instrument, especially emphasizing its positive aspects for the patient.
The use of lasers and, in general, of micro-surgery in the ophthalmological field indicates an important trend for medicine as a whole. The opinions of experts in the sector estimate that the impact of technologies for precision surgery will be ever greater in the future. A certainly positive forecast, both for doctors - who will see the possibility of exploiting effective and cutting-edge tools - and for the patients themselves, who will be able to take advantage of superior health services.