Certificates for Ophthalmologists back DOG and BVA certify ophthalmology specialists with a certificate that they have acquired special knowledge and skills in special sub-areas of ophthalmology in addition to their specialist competence in ophthalmology. Currently, certificates are awarded in the following areas: Certificate of Corneal Banking The DOG Section Cornea Transplantation and Biotechnology certifies that the staff of a corneal bank have acquired special qualifications in the field of corneal banking. Find all the documents needed to submit your application here. Certificate of Opthalmopathology The DOG and BVA certify that ophthalmologists have acquired special knowledge and skills in ophthalmopathology in addition to their specialist ophthalmological skills. Find all the documents needed to submit your application here. Certificate of plastic reconstructive and aesthetic surgery The DOG and the BVA provide opthalmologists with a certificate of additional knowledge and skills in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery. Find all the documents needed to submit your application here. Certificate for Uveitis To ensure optimal patient care, DOG and BVA have established a certificate for the clinical care of patients with uveitis. This certificate is used for quality assurance and to document special qualifications in the care of patients with intraocular inflammation. Click here for imformation on the next uveitis qualification course. Find all the documents needed to submit your application here.