The most advanced technology worldwide is located in Athens.
A myopic eye is larger than normal, with an increased cornea-retina distance. This causes light beams from distant objects focusing in front of the retina, resulting in a blurry image.
Femtosecond laser allows for bladeless cataract removal.
Cataract is the clouding of the normally opaque crystalline lens of the eye. This clouding impedes the light from entering the eye and focusing on the retina.
The cradle of the Athens Protocol.
Keratoconus is usually a bilateral degenerative condition resulting in pathological thinning of the corneal collagen fibers. This causes an irregularity to the cornea’s shape, altering it from spherical to conical
Technology – unique in Greece – of a panoramic image of the fundus, negating the need for pupillary dilation (mydriasis).
This system offers a highly details geometric representation of the retina’s anatomy utilizing ultra-widefield imaging technology and resulting in higher definition compared to past technologies.