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Eye Surgery

Cataract

Cataract

Cataract is a condition that occurs when the natural lens of the eye, which provides vision and is located behind the pupil, loses its transparency and becomes cloudy. In other words, it leads to impaired vision that can be described as looking through a foggy window.

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Contact Lens

Contact Lens

Today, contact lenses are the preferred solution for many people because of the esthetic appearance, confidence and freedom that they offer. Their convenience and variety has made contact lenses increasingly popular.

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Corneal Diseases

Corneal Diseases

The cornea is the transparent, curved front part of the eye which focuses light, protects the eye against external factors and plays a major role in vision.

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General Eye Examination

General Eye Examination

Among our 5 sense organs, our eyes are the ones that show us the world’s beauties, connect us to life, give us 85% of our learning and perception capabilities and are the most complicated and important organs after the brain. From birth till death, there are many diseases which can threaten our eyes because of aging, genetics, systemic diseases and external factors.

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Glaucoma (High Eye Pressure)

Glaucoma (High Eye Pressure)

Glaucoma, commonly known as “High Eye Pressure”, refers to the optic nerve damage caused by the frequently high intraocular pressure. Due to this disease, the patient’s visual field gradually narrows. Glaucoma, an insidious disease revealing itself only in the final phases of the disease, may cause significant and irreversible optic nerve damage in the event of late diagnosis.

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Laser And Intraocular Lens

Laser And Intraocular Lens

LASER, which is the most commonly used method around the world for refractive surgeries, is also used for the treatment of myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. Customized intraocular lens replacement surgeries are performed for people who are not suitable for laser surgery. You can get rid of your glasses thanks to these surgeries.

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Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

Amblyopia (lazy eye) is an eye condition in which one eye has less vision than the other or both eyes have less vision than normal limits although there is no structural disorder with the eye or the optic nerve. Vision is learnt starting from birth. Our vision develops as long as the brain develops and we learn to see in a more detailed way.

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Neuro Ophthalmology

Neuro Ophthalmology

As old as the history of humanity, headache is the most common medical complaint and affects more than 80% of the population. One of the causes of headaches is eye-related problems. Patients complaining of headaches are often referred to an ophthalmologist by another doctor.

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Oculoplastic Surgery

Oculoplastic Surgery

Oculoplastic and orbital surgery is a branch of ophthalmology which deals with eyelids, lachrymal ducts and orbital diseases. From removal of eye bags to prosthetic eyes, and intraocular tumor surgeries to Botox, all kinds of treatment and plastic surgery applications are performed through oculoplastic and orbital surgery.

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Pediatric Eye Health

Pediatric Eye Health

Due to the negligence associated with the lack of awareness on eye diseases, children may encounter health issues which may become very difficult to treat in the latter part of their lives. Many significant eye diseases occur in the early stages of life. Successful results can be achieved with early diagnosis and correct treatment.

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Presbyopia

Presbyopia

Presbyopia is an age-related near vision problem that develops in people older than 40 years of age. The shape of the eye lenses may have a tendency to alter. The lens may change its shape by expanding when objects come near thanks to its special capability, thus enhancing vision quality. That is how near vision occurs. After the age of 40, the human eye gradually loses this capability.

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Retina

Retina

The retina is a layer of the eyeball lining its back wall,Read more > which consists of light-sensitive cells. Retinal diseases threaten our sight directly.

Strabismus

Strabismus

Strabismus is the misalignment of the eyes. There are 6 extraocular muscles in each eye. Strabismus develops if one or more of these are too weak or strong. While one eye gazes straight, the other can look inward, outward, upward or downward. Sometimes deviation is seen in both eyes.

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Uveitis And Eye Inflammation

Uveitis And Eye Inflammation

A sheath of 3 layers surrounds the gel-like substance at the center of the eyeball. The middle layer is called the “uvea”. Inflammation of the uvea is called “uveitis“. Uveitis may affect any or all of the layers called the iris, choroid and ciliary body, the three of which are named the uvea together.

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