Eye Care

LASIK Eye Surgery
In LASIK, a thicker layer of the cornea about 110 microns is removed, which is why it is painful for the patient during surgery. But after the operation, the patient will have no side effects.
Cataract Surgery (One eye)
Cataract surgery is currently one of the most common and successful surgical operations in the medical field. In the cataract surgery, the normal lens of the patient's eyes becomes clouded, so it has to be replaced with an artificial lens.
Eyelid Ptosis
The ophthalmologist can give you a comprehensive overview of your problem and give you the information you need about the various treatment options and their possible side effects.
Chalazion Treatment
If chalazion remains after several months, it can be drained, or steroids can be injected into it to speed up the recovery. If Chalazion is large, it may cause blurred vision by disrupting the shape of the eye and creating astigmatism.
Glaucoma Treatment
Glaucoma is a disease that can damage the visual acuity and, consequently causes blindness. This disease has no signs at first, but it can reduce vision and ultimately cause blindness over several years. Early treatment can prevent progres…
Strabismus Treatment
Treatment for strabismus is similar to the treatment of amblyopia (lazy eye) and aims to improve vision, reach better appearance, the best direction for the eyes and binocular vision.
Corneal Transplant
When cornea is stained, a transplant surgery must be performed and this can be done for people whose other vision components are healthy and only the cornea is cloudy. The eye corneal transplant has no age limit.
Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK)
Photorefractive keratectomy is a type of refractive surgery for the treatment of myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.
FemtoLASIK (LASIK assisted Femtosecond Laser)(Both eyes)
Femto-LASIK is one of the most common, precise and safest methods of refractive surgery; it is a two-stage surgical procedure performed on a person's cornea. Femto-LASIK is one of the most recent methods for treating myopia, hyperopia, and…
SMILE (small Incision Lenticule Extraction with Femtosecond Laser) (Both eyes)
The LASIK eye surgery with femtosecond laser has been common for a decade, but today you can use a modified and more advanced model of this surgery called SMILE (removing lentil with a small incision).
Artisan&Artiflex Implantation (Both eyes)
The lens implantation is performed as a complete surgical operation in the operating room, but there is no need for the patient to be hospitalized before and after lens implantation surgery.
Trabeculectomy: Glaucoma Treatment (One eye)
Glaucoma is a disease that can damage the visual acuity and, consequently causes blindness. This disease has no signs at first, but it can reduce vision and ultimately cause blindness over several years. Early treatment can prevent progres…
Trabeculectomy + Cataract Surgery (One eye)
Glaucoma is a disease that can damage the visual acuity and, consequently causes blindness. This disease has no signs at first, but it can reduce vision and ultimately cause blindness over several years. Early treatment can prevent progres…
Intrastromal Corneal Ring Segment (ICRS) - Both eyes
This is a surgical procedure in which the affected cornea is replaced by a donated cornea.
Deep Vitrectomy
It is a type of eye surgery that is used to treat some retinal and vitreous disorders.
Phacoemulsification
In the new procedure for cataract surgery, which is called phacoemulsification, a small incision is made on the surface of the eye, and the intraocular lens is placed on the eye, and in most cases, there is no need to suture.
Trabeculectomy
Glaucoma is a disease that can damage the visual acuity and, consequently causes blindness. This disease has no signs at first, but it can reduce vision and ultimately cause blindness over several years. Early treatment can prevent progres…
Scleral Buckling for Retinal Detachment
In scleral buckling, a ring is placed on the sclera, which causes the scleral and retina to be closed together, and finally, the patient is treated.
Intraocular Lens both eyes (IOL OU)
Intraocular Lens is a lens that is implanted in the human eye permanently to treat diseases such as cataract, myopia and hyperopia.
Trabeculectomy + Cataract Surgery (One eye) + IOL
Glaucoma is a disease that can damage the visual acuity and, consequently causes blindness. This disease has no signs at first, but it can reduce vision and ultimately cause blindness over several years. Early treatment can prevent progres…
IVB injection one eye
One of the drugs used in the form of eye injection over the past few years is Bevacizumab (Avastin), which is used to treat many eye diseases, such as retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, and misplaced blood vessels.
Cataract Surgery
Cataract surgery is currently one of the most common and successful surgical operations in the medical field. In the cataract surgery, the normal lens of the patient's eyes becomes clouded, so it has to be replaced with an artificial lens.
Vitrectomy
Vitrectomy is the removal of all or part of the vitreous to eliminate vitreous turbidity.
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