The doctors within the ophthalmology department of our network have amassed a wealth of experience in treating eye diseases that surpasses that of many renowned clinics worldwide. This extensive expertise enables our doctors to successfully treat patients who have previously sought help from other eye clinics without success.


  • removal of cataracts in adults.
  • removal of congenital and acquired cataracts in children.
  • treatment of glaucoma.
  • laser vision correction.
  • treatment of strabismus and amblyopia.
  • treatment of refractive errors (myopia, farsightedness, astigmatism).
  • treatment of inflammatory and allergic eye diseases.
  • removal of eye tumors.
  • treatment of retinal pathologies.
  • neuro-ophthalmology.
  • treatment of keratoconus.
  • treatment of diseases and corneal transplantation.
  • treatment of subluxation of the lens of the eye in a genetic disease (Marfan syndrome), traumatic subluxation.
  • treatment of nystagmus (involuntary oscillatory eye movements of high frequency).
  • treatment of disorders of the lacrimal system.


Before the operation, the anesthesiologist examines the child and explains to him and the parents the features of anesthesia and surgery.

The surgeon also examines the child and schedules the time of the operation. Parents are asked to arrive at the day hospital one hour before the scheduled time of the operation.

After surgery, children remain under medical supervision in a day hospital for some time. A few hours after the complete end of the anesthesia, they are discharged home.

Subsequent postoperative observation and a visit to the doctor are planned depending on the nature of the surgical intervention. Children who have undergone intraocular surgery are usually checked the next day. Those who have undergone extraocular surgery are invited to an appointment one to two weeks after surgery.

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