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Ophthalmology

Comprehensive care in veterinary ophthalmology for a wide range of ocular problems. 

Ophthalmological care and eye health

Examples of eye diseases we deal with:

  • Inflammation of the conjunctival membrane that lines the eye.
  • Damage to the cornea.
  • Cloudiness of the lens that affects vision.
  • Eyelid problems.
  • Systemic diseases that compromise the functionality of the eyes.

Ophthalmological care and eye health

Services

Comprehensive and preventive veterinary medicine, 360º attentionall in one structure.

Pharma Shop

First Aid and Emergencies

Registration and Passport

Rainbow Rooms

Ophthalmology

Sterilization and Neutering

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

The almost 2000m2 structure, the largest in southern Switzerland, has 5 examination rooms, 2 operating rooms, rooms with advanced imaging diagnostic equipment (CT, MRI), X-ray and ultrasound equipment, physiotherapy, alternative therapies and chemotherapy .  

La Trinità has a large separate waiting room for cats, NAC and dogs. Also an emergency room equipped to deal with the most complex and urgent cases.

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

Responsible Veterinary Doctor

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FAQs

How do I know if my pet has an eye problem?

Notice any changes in visual behavior, such as frequent blinking, redness, abnormal discharge, changes in the appearance of the eyes, or difficulty seeing. If you notice any of these symptoms, it is important to take your pet to the veterinarian for an ophthalmological evaluation.

What are the most common causes of eye problems in animals?

Your veterinarian will conduct a detailed visual examination, using specialized tools. They can also perform specific tests such as gonioscopy, retinoscopy, or electroretinography, as needed. Sedation may be required in some cases for a complete and comfortable examination.

Treatment options depend on the specific diagnosis. They may include medications such as eye drops or ointments, surgery for problems such as cataracts or glaucoma, and long-term management of chronic conditions. Your veterinary ophthalmologist will discuss the options available and develop a treatment plan suited to your pet's needs.