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About the department
The Department of Ophthalmology and Eye Microsurgery of the K+31 Clinic diagnoses and treats all types of diseases of the organs of vision, including at the preclinical stage. Most of the operations are performed on an outpatient basis, without hospitalization. Almost all surgical interventions are painless, minimally invasive, less traumatic and seamless.
Diagnostics and treatment of diseases
The department helps patients with pathologies:
- myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism;
- cataract of any complexity;
- retinal detachment;
- retinal tears and degenerative changes;
- age-related macular dystrophy;
- epiretinal fibrosis;
- pathology of the vitreous body;
- diabetic retinopathy;
- post traumatic and postoperative complications;
- diseases of the conjunctiva, cornea, accessory apparatus of the eye.
The department is equipped with a special operating room for microsurgical interventions, diagnostic equipment of the latest generation: Schwind, Zeiss, Topcon, Tomey, laser and multifunctional equipment from the best manufacturers of ophthalmic equipment: Schwind, Zeiss, Bausch & Lomb, Iridex, Dorc. The department uses high-tech intraocular lenses: Alcon, Abbott, Zeiss, Rayner, Bausch & Lomb, and artificial implants: Allergan, Alcon, Dorc, and also selects orthokeratological lenses.
The department's specialists use only modern equipment and disposable consumables in their work.
Vision correction in K+31
The department is equipped with one of the most modern vision correction lasers AMARIS 1050 RS, which allows laser vision correction using the LASIK technique. The features of this technique are:
- You will be able to see well within 1-3 hours after the operation;
- no pain;
- anesthesia without injections (drops);
- the procedure lasts 10-15 minutes (laser exposure will take about 30 seconds);
- accuracy and safety.
When to see an ophthalmologist?
We recommend contacting an ophthalmologist if you have the following symptoms and previous diagnoses:
- if you notice a decrease in visual acuity, the appearance of a "veil"/"fog" before the eyes; the appearance of a gray spot in the center, curvature of straight lines; loss of part of the field of view, the appearance of a "curtain" in front of the eye; "flashes"/"sparks" appeared, floating flies in front of the eye;
- previously diagnosed with cataract;
- if you want to see the world without glasses and contact lenses - laser vision correction;
- when planning and during pregnancy;
- with an injury to the eye or eyeball;
- with an annual comprehensive examination for the timely detection of pathology, which can be asymptomatic for a long time.