Laser vision correction

The most popular diopter correction method for people aged 18 to 40 who do not want to wear glasses and contact lenses to see clearly. Painless and safe method that lasts a maximum of 10 minutes. After the intervention, the patient goes home with only sunglasses.

Multifocal lenses

Multifocal lenses are the latest invention in ophthalmology that allow the patient to see clearly at all distances (near, middle or far). These lenses are also used for simultaneous diopter correction and cataract removal. They can also be implanted in young and adult candidates.

Cataract surgery

Cataract surgery is a short and painless operation that removes the clouding of the natural lens (known as a cataract). During the operation, an intraocular lens is inserted which provides the patient with clear vision. The patient goes home without bandages after the operation. This surgery is performed on patients diagnosed with cataracts regardless of their age, including infants and young children.

Anti-VEGF treatment (eye injections)

Anti-VEGF treatment (eye injections) are applied to patients with diagnoses: diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, macular edema, etc. These injections provide healing to the eye as well as preservation of the patient’s vision.


Vitrectomy is an operation that needs to be performed by an experienced surgeon with the appropriate equipment. This operation is complex and is used in diagnoses where treatment is no longer possible.

Strabismus treatment

Strabismus surgery is a surgery that resolves the diagnosis of strabismus, i.e. the position of the eyes known as curved eyes. This operation is performed on children and adults in case more conservative methods such as glasses, patches, prism lenses and exercises do not improve the position of the patient’s eyes.