Dr Cyrielle Bela

Specialist in Ophthalmology, member FMH.
Ophthalmic surgery, Oculoplasty, FEBO.


“Passionate about my specialty and constantly striving for excellence, I trained in the best university centers.


Always ready to listen to my patients, my aim is to treat you with humanity within the framework of cutting-edge medicine.”

Eyelid, lacrimal duct and
orbit surgery

Oculoplasty is a sub-specialty of ophthalmology.
It covers all pathologies of the eye’s appendages: eyelids, lacrimal ducts, orbit, etc.

Eye and eyelid medicine
and surgery

Eye rejuvenation is a branch of aesthetic medicine and surgery aimed at preventing and treating the signs of aging around the eyes.

Ophthalmology and ophthalmosurgery for eye diseases

The practice is equipped with an extensive technical platform for the detection, treatment and follow-up of all eye diseases, including cataract surgery, in children and adults.

Oculoplasty is a sub-specialty of ophthalmology.


It covers your ophthalmologist’s care for all pathologies of the eye’s appendages, from diagnosis to treatment.


The appendages of the eye are all the structures around the eye: eyelids, tear ducts, orbit.

Dr. Bela is one of the few FMH ophthalmologists in Switzerland to specialize in oculoplastics. If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment for a consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone.

Eye aesthetics is a sub-specialty of aesthetic medicine and surgery.

It consists of preventing and treating the signs of aging around the eye: wrinkles, dark circles, drooping eyelids and bags under the eyes.

In our center located in Geneva, consultations and treatments are carried out by Doctor Bela, an FMH ophthalmologist specializing in oculoplasty. A precise diagnosis of your needs will be carried out in consultation and a treatment will be offered to you according to your expectations.

There are few firms in Switzerland specializing in this area of expertise and we will be happy to answer your questions.

Our ophthalmology center is at your service to take care of all eye-related diseases, whatever your age.

Located in Geneva next to the Clinique Générale Beaulieu, we are equipped with all the infrastructure and a large technical platform for the diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders. Doctor Bela, FMH ophthalmologist trained in the best international ophthalmological centers.

She provides diagnosis, follow-up and surgery for your vision problems such as cataracts. Our team is available to receive you in consultation and will be happy to answer your questions by phone as well.

Make an appointment with Dr Bela

Our team is at your disposal to receive you in consultation according to your availability. The consultation hours are as follows: Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our center is located Chemin de Beau Soleil 12, 1206 Geneva. We will be happy to answer your questions or set you up an appointment either by phone or by email. Call us on 022 346 6557 or write to us at the following address: contact@docteur-bela.com

Choosing Dr. Bela

Doctor Cyrielle Bela is an FMH ophthalmologist, trained in Switzerland at the Lausanne University Hospital. She trained in ophthalmological and oculoplastic surgery in the best international centers and in particular in Paris at the Rothschild Foundation and at the Quinze Vingts Hospital, world reference centers. She is one of the few ophthalmologists specializing in oculoplasty in Switzerland. As such, it is authorized to take care of diseases of the eye, eyelids, lacrimal ducts and orbit. She has published numerous articles in scientific journals of ophthalmology. She is a member of several learned societies in ophthalmology and oculoplasty at European level.

When to consult an ophthalmologist

Several ophthalmological signs should justify an emergency appointment. If you have red eye, pain in the eye, if you experience a sudden or rapidly progressive loss of vision, if you see double, if you have suffered a trauma: blow, chemical splash or foreign body in the eye . And at the slightest sign when you only have one good eye. In this case, contact the firm as soon as possible. Our team is trained to ask you the right questions to determine the degree of urgency. We are at your service to receive you the same day in case of emergency thanks to dedicated consultation slots.

What happens during a consultation

Our team is at your service to welcome you in the best conditions of comfort and safety. Our secretary will welcome you for the administrative part at first. Then our orthoptist will carry out the pre-consultation. This consists of testing your vision, taking measurements related to your refraction and your glasses as well as measuring your eye pressure. If the measurements justify it, she will carry out the necessary additional examinations to facilitate the diagnosis of an eye disease which will be made by your ophthalmologist. You will then be received by Doctor Bela, FMH ophthalmologist who will listen and then examine you in order to establish a diagnosis. She will give you your glasses prescription and if necessary will explain the treatment to be implemented in case of ophthalmological disease or surgery to be scheduled. The doctor is at your disposal to answer all your questions during the consultation.

What is the role of an ophthalmologist

An ophthalmologist is a doctor who specializes in the health of your eyes. He uses his knowledge to ensure the health of your eyes. He will be able to give you the prescriptions for glasses appropriate to your vision. But also and above all detecting, monitoring and treating ophthalmological diseases. He will also be authorized to perform surgery if necessary, for example a cataract operation to allow you to restore your vision or treat a disease of the cornea, retina or glaucoma.

What is the difference between an ophthalmologist and an ophthalmologist

None. These are two terms for the same person. The ophthalmologist and the ophthalmologist are both FMH doctors specialized in ophthalmology. They are therefore empowered to take care of the health of your eyes and your vision.

How much does a consultation with the ophthalmologist cost?

Medical pricing, also called Tarmed, is set by the confederation with the help of the FMH and Swissmedic. This Tarmed defines a number of points according to the act performed in consultation and the time spent with each patient. These points have a slightly variable tariff value according to the cantons but each technical act is codified with the same number of points whatever the canton. On average, the consultation with an ophthalmologist in Geneva is between 100 and 200 francs. When additional examinations are necessary, this rate can be significantly higher.