GlaucomaIn the Glaucoma & Laser Eye Center of Athens a special glaucoma department using the most advanced technology aims at the early diagnosis and a customized treatment of patients suffering from Glaucoma.
Cataract surgeryThe lens of the eye (crystalline) must be clear in order to focus light properly onto the retina, a layer of light-sensitive cells at the back of the eye. If the lens has become cloudy, this is called a cataract.
Refractive surgeryThe Glaucoma Laser Eye Center Athens guarantees the most technologically modern diagnostic and surgical approach of refractive errors.
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Professor Vassilios Kozobolis in Glaucoma & Laser Eye Center of Athens applies the most modern, and less invasive plastic and reconstructive facial surgical techniques. (face lifting).
OPHTHALMOLOGY OF TODAY
GLAUCOMA LASER EYE CENTER ATHENSThe aim of GLAUCOMA & LASER EYE CENTER of ATHENS, , is to offer a high quality and clearly personalized medical service in patients with eye problems e.g. cataract, corneal diseases needing or not corneal transplantation, keratoconus, macular disease and refractive abnormalities such as myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.
Particular emphasis is given to patients suffering from all types of glaucoma since it is a disease that if not treated properly, can lead to complete loss of vision.
The determination of the stage of glaucomatous damage is performed using all modern imaging methods (Perimetry, OCT, GDx) and this is crucial in order to designate the proper therapeutic approach.
The right surgical selection of existing procedures (Trabeculectomy and its variants, Deep Sclerectomy, MIGS: Micro Invasive Glaucoma Surgery, SLT, Valves: XPRESS, MOLTENO, AHMED) in personalized and specific basis for the problem of each patient, is the only way to prevent visual disability when drug therapy fails to delay progression of glaucomatous damage.
In an area in the center of Athens in Kolonaki Square & Kapsali 1, with the most modern diagnostic equipment, we support ophthalmologists and patients affronting any difficult ophthalmic problem coexisting or not with glaucoma.
Professor of Ophthalmology
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GLAUCOMA & LASER EYE CENTER of ATHENS