Often people cannot see well and don’t know why. Below you will find some questions that should help you understand if you have any symptom related to cornea diseases.
Cornea relate question could be a lot more than the ones above: Dr. Badalà is at your disposal to answer to your questions, carefully evaluating each and every case. The only thing you’re left to do is get in touch or book an appointment in Milan, Rome or Catania: start your path to recovery in a safe way. It’s always best to gather information from reliable sources such as a professional ophthalmologist or a certified center with significant experience on the field.
Today, thanks to Dr. Badalà, it is possible to cure corneal diseases, taking advantage of the most advanced surgical techniques, such as the Boston Keratoprosthesis; Dr Badalà also uses standard surgical techniques.
In every case, the patient is followed during his/her post-operative progress in order to guarantee the best possible recovery.
Gianna Lo Castro, Siracusa (Lentini)Votazione: EccellenteA few years ago I discovered I had a quite rare disease called "Fuchs' dystrophy," which affects the cornea.
I had troubles driving and was always seeing through the fog. The fog was getting worse and worse, making it... Keep on reading this review difficult to distinguish different objects. I had great difficulty, even to watch TV.
I was considering myself on the way to blindness and was wondering how could I deal with my new "low vision status". I did not give up and started looking around!
I finally found a specialist using cutting edge technology: Dr Badala. He explained me my condition and reassured me! Then he proposed a new corneal endothelium transplant called DMEK. I finally decided and underwent surgery.
I faced some difficulties, like lying down supine for about 48 hours, but it was worth it! Now my low vision is just a memory!
I started to see immediately: everything was clear! I could even make out the pictures on TV! Coming back home, I saw my cat with its true colors in contrast: black and white, rather than an indefinite gray as before surgery !! So? !! ... Thanks a lot Dr. Badalà!