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Dry eyes develop if insufficient tears are produced or if the tear film evaporates too quickly. When this happens, the eyes may burn or become sensitive, and they can secrete mucous and sometimes become red. The vision may also become blurry, and you may develop a sensitivity to light.Read more
The eye is a sphere composed of a lens at the front and a retina at the back. The sphere is filled with a clear gelatinous substance called the vitreous humour. As we age, the vitreous humour in the eye may become cloudy and small specks may develop in this gel. You see these specks […]Read more
Macular degeneration (AMD) is a disorder of the central portion of the retina. This part of the retina, the macula lutea, allows us to perceive fine details. Macular degeneration is often referred to as ‘wear and tear’ of the retina or ageing of the retina.Read more
Nowadays glaucoma is a very common eye disorder. Patients who have glaucoma suffer from blind spots, also known as ‘visual field defects’. Not all types of glaucoma are the same. The two main categories of glaucoma are open-angle and closed-angle glaucoma.Read more
With our laser vision corrections, we can eliminate the need to wear glasses or contact lens. This procedure is possible for the correction of near-sightedness (corrections from -1 to a maximum of -8 dioptres), far-sightedness (corrections from +1 to +4 dioptres) or astigmatism (refractive errors from -2 to -6). However, the need for reading glasses […]Read more
Corrections for near-sightedness, far-sightedness or astigmatism can be treated by means of an extra lens implant. Also, when the cornea is too thin or in cases of dry eyes, it is better to implant an extra lens. The patient’s own natural lens is preserved in this case, as opposed to the procedure for a regular […]Read more
Starting at the age of 50, your natural lens starts to partially or completely lose its suppleness. Often, in addition to any correction for distance, you will then also require reading glasses. It is also possible that up until now you haven’t needed any vision aids and that you only use reading glasses. With a […]Read more
Cataracts are the clouding of the eye’s natural lens. In recent years, a great deal of progress has been made in the treatment of cataracts, and our ophthalmologists can usually offer you a solution as soon as you begin to have complaints. Glasses and eye drops cannot remove the cloudiness. The only solution for cataracts […]Read more
A lazy eye or amblyopia is an eye which has not developed as it should during the early childhood years. The result is that, even with corrective lenses, these patients’ vision is poor to very poor. There is nothing wrong with the eye itself, but the image that enters the eye is suppressed by the […]Read more
The cornea is the transparent membrane at the very front of the eyeball. Together with the lens, it is responsible for the refraction of the incoming light rays. In some cases, the cornea can become clouded. There are two types of corneal disorder.Read more
Due to the natural ageing process, our skin loses its elasticity, and the skin around the eyes becomes slack. This loosening of the skin can cause the upper eyelid to droop and even to press on the eyelashes. The eyes feel heavy and the whole face looks tired. Depending on the eyelids, this may also […]Read more
We only have one pair of eyes. It is therefore important to handle this with the utmost care. A preventive eye exam gives us the opportunity to detect any eye problems at an early stage, even before you experience any adverse consequences or unpleasant symptoms.Read more
Medipolis Eye Center, your eye specialist. Ophthalmologist Dr. E. Mertens and his colleagues in Wilrijk-Antwerp, provide you with the best care for your eyes.
Advanced equipment and a specialised team.
Our 3 ophthalmologists have years of experience and expertise.
For urgent care, call us at 03/828 29 49.
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Our team is made up of different doctors and employees, each with their own specialisation. In this way, every specialist can excel in their field and at the same time we ensure that you always receive the best care, at every point of your treatment.Our experts