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Visp

Vista Alpina 

Eye Center

Bahnhofplatz 1a
3930 Visp

Phone 027 946 70 00

Fax 027 946 70 03

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Consultation

Monday - Friday:

8am - 12pm

1pm - 7.30pm

(On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and

Fridays until 6pm)

On Saturdays:

8am - 12pm

Appointments

by phone

Siders

Vista Alpina

Eye Center

Rue du Bourg 3
3960 Sierre

Phone 027 455 34 04

Fax 027 455 34 77

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Consultation

Monday:

8am - 12.00pm

12.30pm - 5pm

Tuesday:

7.30am - 12pm

12.45pm - 5pm

Wednesday:

8am - 12.00pm

12.45pm - 7.45pm

Thursday and Friday:

8am - 12pm

12.45pm - 5.30pm

Saturday: closed

Appointments

by phone

Cataract

Cataract is an age-related disease, which results in a clouding of the eye lens. As a result, the eye is unable to form a clear image. Cataract occurs in every person between the age of 50 and 100.

 

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Glaucoma

This dangerous eye disease causes slowly progressing damage of the optic nerve. The patient does not notice this process, as the damage progresses without pain or problems. Consequently, the loss of peripheral vision is only noticed in the advanced stages of the disease. Left untreated, this disease results in blindness. Regular eye exams are recommended starting at the age of 45 for the purpose of early detection.

 

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Age-related macular degeneration

There are different types of macular degeneration (AMD = age-related macular degeneration): the dry and the wet type. The dry type can evolve into wet AMD. Wet AMD is more aggressive, rapid and has more serious consequences. The dry type makes up 85 – 90% of AMD cases. Today, only wet AMD can (and must) be treated – if detected early enough.

 

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Seeing without glasses

Seeing without glasses from 21 years thanks to implantable contact lenses

Seeing without glasses

Seeing without glasses from 50 years thanks to clear lens extraction (CLE)

Seeing without glasses

Seeing without glasses with premium lense

for upcoming cataract 

surgery 

Seeing without glasses

Seeing without glasses with

add-on lenses

after earlier 

cataract 

surgery 

Disclaimer:

Augenzentrum Vista Alpina AG and the services provided by Augenzentrum Vista Alpina are not legally or otherwise affiliated with Vista Klinik AG, Laser Vista AG, Vista Klinik Net AG or Vista Diagnostics AG.

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