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  • Monday – Friday 8.00 – 18.00

WELCOME TO SAINT JAMES HOSPITAL EYE CLINIC

The Saint James Hospital Eye Clinic has been operating as a fully dedicated Eye Clinic since the year 2000. Overall more than 80,000 patients have made use of our services throughout the years. The Eye Clinic has always been a pioneer in introducing ophthalmic technological advancements to the Maltese Islands. Some of the innovations we have launched in the medical sector in Malta are:

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OUR TREATMENTS

Our Eye Clinic performs a wide variety of ophthalmic treatments, a number of which are only performed locally at the Saint James Hospital Eye clinic itself.

WHY CHOOSE US

Saint James Hospital Eye Clinic creates a synergy of the latest medical technology and modern medical equipment supported by a dedicated team of full time highly qualified and experienced ophthalmologists, optometrists and nursing staff. This combination of quality guarantees the best possible outcomes for our patients.

We are proud in constantly keeping abreast with the latest medical technology. Only the most recent, brand new and efficient medical equipment is used, both within the Diagnostic Department as well as within the Surgical Unit.

Our aim is to make your experience at Saint James Hospital Eye Clinic a successful and a pleasant one. We supply patients with comprehensive details on any surgery required to help set reasonable expectations, minimize fears and make sure no questions and concerns go unanswered. Saint James Hospital Eye Clinic’s guiding principle is that of providing patients with the highest quality medical eye care within a customer oriented and purpose built private practice. Every day, we challenge ourselves to help people see better. Your satisfaction is our motivation and success.

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OTHER SERVICES

Corneal collagen cross-linking is a technique which uses UV light and a photosensitizer to strengthen chemical bonds in the cornea. The goal of the treatment is to halt progressive and irregular changes in corneal shape known as ectasia…

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A cornea transplant is an operation to remove all or part of a damaged cornea and replace it with healthy donor tissue…

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Diagnostic tests are important, because they assist the doctor in understanding more the condition of your eye, and based on the information gathered, the best treatment plan can be designed to cater for your needs…

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For patients without complaints we recommend a comprehensive eye examination on a two yearly basis. If you are over 40 or have a family history of eye disease such as glaucoma, screening is recommended annually…

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Glaucoma is a condition which can affect sight, usually due to build -up of pressure within the eye…

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If you’re at high risk for glaucoma, you should have a dilated pupil eye examination at least every one to two years…

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Trabeculectomy is a surgical operation which lowers the intraocular pressure inside the eye (IOP) in patients with glaucoma…

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The eye and surrounding adnexa might develop minor conditions that can be treated by surgery. These are minor surgeries and are usually fully treatable…

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It is important that a squint is treated as soon as possible after being detected. If it is not treated, vision problems, such as those caused by a lazy eye (amblyopia), are likely to get worse or could become permanent…

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Ptosis is the medical name for the drooping of the upper eyelid, which can happen in one or both eyes. For some patients, ptosis poses a cosmetic problem…

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