Eye Floaters : Treatment of Vitreous Strands and Opacities

Also known as floater laser treatmanet, vitrelysis is a non-invasive, pain-free procedure that can eliminate the visual disturbance caused by floaters.

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Angiography

Angiography is a technique for examining the blood vessels in the eye with using a special dye. It helps to see some unseen problems, to diagnose and choose the treatment for the patient.

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Floaters

Vitreolysis also known as laser treatment for eye floaters is a painless procedure that can be applied to the outside of the eye to eliminate visual disturbance due to floaters

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ReLEx SMILE

ReLEx SMILE is a custom and bladeless high tech laser surgery which is known as the 3. generation in laser vision correction.

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Cataract

Cataract is an eye disease which starts with clouding of the lens and cause significant reduction in vision. It is 90 % age-related, however a secondary cataract might occur due to some traumatic diseases, uveitis, use of some medication like steroids.

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Glaucoma

Glocoma (its known as eye pressure in common) is a serious eye disease for people over 40 mostly. It may develop gradually within years and damage optic nerve which allows gives us the ability to see.

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Retinal Tears and Retinal Detachment

Retina has a contact with vitreous gel inside of the eye. Vitreous gel is homogeny, tight, support the retina and pushes outer tissues such as choroids and sclera in healthy eye.

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Uveitis

This is an inflammation of the layers of the eye. The jelly-like material in the center of ball-shaped eye is surrended by 3 different layers.

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Oculaplasty

Some changes may occur on eyelids caused by aging such as eyelid bags, outgrowth skin and wrinkles at the outer corners of the eye as known as goose’s feet.

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Strabismus

This is a critical situation which occurs due to the incoordination with the movements of the eyes or in the situation visual axes are not parallel to each other.

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Dry Eye

Usually our eye is lubricated and moisturized by the tear film . Tear film makes our eye comfortable and moisturizes but sometimes tear can be inefficient or quality of tear might be very weak which leads Dry Eye.

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Contact Lens

Contact lens is alternative solution for glasses which are used for refractive disorders. They are also used for cosmetic and treatment.

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Keratoconus

Cornea is the outer layer of our eyes that protects our natural lens and give us a clear vision by determining the refraction of the light.

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Presbyopia

Presbyopia is a gradual lose of focusing ability of the lens on near objects. Because of some changes in our eye muscles, the shape of the lens is also affected. Presbyopia starts at the mid 40’s and finally affects everyone.

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Corneal Transplantation

Keratoplasty is an operation in which the foremost transparent layer that is defected for some reason is changed with a healthy corneal tissue derived from a donor.

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Neuro Ophtalmology

It is a discipline dealing with common diseases of the eye and the nerve system. Our vision is comprised of perception of the eye firstly and perception of visual center located in the back of the brain.

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Lacmiral Duct Occlusion

Liquid that humidifies eye flows through lacmiral duct to inside of nose. Usually occlusion of lacmiral sac leads to Lacmiral Duct Occlusion disease.

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Macular Degeneration

It occurs as we age. It gradually advances and might cause central vision loss or a black point in our visiual field. Smoking, Genetic disposition or unhealthy nutrition are also risk facts of macular degeneration.

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Blepharitis

This is a common inflammation of the eye lids with dry eye or bacterial infections. Some kind of skin conditions may also cause inflammation of the eyelids. It occurs where the eyelashes are.

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Conjunktivitis

This disease which is know as “Pink Eye” occurs due to an inflammation or infection of the transparent membrane (conjunctiva) that lines your eyelid and covers the white part of your eyeball.

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Color Blindness (Daltonism)

Color blindness does not mean visual loss or full blindness. Deficiency in the way we see color can cause this problem in our vision. Some certain colors can not be distinguished properly such as blue and yellow or red and green.

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Laser Eye Treatment

The worlds most widely used method of laser treatment is Lasik. After local anesthesia, a very thin flap under which laser lights are applied to correct the refractive errors is created and put back into its place. Patients feel no pain during 4-5 minute

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Amblyopia

If an eye can not carry out proper visual acuity, it must be due to the amblyopia or with its common name “Lazy Eye”. It might be inherited infancy disease which require an urgent exam and treatment in children. Since those children are at the risk, their

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Cornea

The cornea is the transparent, dome-shaped window covering the front of the eye. It is also protective membrane for the retina. There are no blood vessel which makes the cornea transparent and shiny. It is nourished by the nerve endings in the Limbus.

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