Visual treatments




Contactology is a medical practice in its own right, which aims to improve or correct certain visual defects by wearing contact lenses day or night. There are different types of contact lenses, soft or rigid, daily or monthly, to suit everyone’s needs.


Our medical team will help you learn how to use and care for your lenses, so that you can enjoy optimum visual comfort in complete safety.


  • Visual treatment with contact lenses
  • Improved visual quality
Myopia surgery





Orthokeratology is a technique for correcting visual defects such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism or presbyopia, by wearing custom-made contact lenses at night.


This technique offers optimum visual comfort during the day, reducing or even eliminating the need to wear glasses or contact lenses.



  • Made-to-measure contact lenses
  • Visual defect disappears within 24 to 48 hours
Myopia surgery

Corneal disease




Keratoconus is a progressive disease of the cornea that generally appears in adolescence. It is characterized by an irregular and progressive deformation of the cornea. It takes the form of a cone, and leads to a more or less significant reduction in vision.


Keratoconus can be treated by wearing flexible contact lenses to flatten the corneal surface and restore optimal visual quality.


  • Symptoms: rapid progression of myopia or astigmatism, need to rub eyes frequently, visual fatigue,
    headaches, etc.
  • Onset in adolescence

The team


Our team of
Ophthalmology and Ophthalmic Surgery


An experienced ophthalmic surgeon and a multidisciplinary medical team


Jesus Ocaña González

Specialist in Ophthalmology and Ophthalmic Surgery


Eye diseases

  • Treatment of visual disorders in children and adults

Anterior segment surgery

  • Cataract surgery
  • Refractive surgery
  • Oculoplastic surgery

Aesthetic eye surgery

  • Eyebrow surgery
  • Eyelid surgery & blepharoplasty

Make an appointment at the Center
Azur Vision


In case of emergency, please contact us directly at 04 93 99 22 02



We answer all your questions by phone at :

What does orthokeratology treatment involve?

Orthokeratology is a technique that involves wearing contact lenses at night to cancel out the visual defect during the day.

How long does the effect of orthokeratology last?

The effect of orthokeratology is temporary and reversible. It lasts a full day. To maintain clear vision, ortho-k contact lenses should be worn for 6 hours a night. If the lenses are not worn for a few days, vision returns to its original state.

For whom is orthokeratology suitable?

All potentially correctable visual defects. Myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and even presbyopia, depending on their degree of importance.It's a popular option for people who want clear vision without wearing glasses or contact lenses during the day, especially for sports or professional activities.