30 - 06 - 2022

  [26.05.2022]  There are both offices - at 152a Borshchagovskaya Street and 25 Hetman Street:

Temporary work schedule:

  • Monday - Friday 11:00-18:00

Diagnosis and treatment


VIDI Smart Glasses

VIDI Smart Glasses is a 1-A class medical device designed for the treatment of amblyopia in children by the method of occlusion. It is an effective, convenient and stylish alternative to the ordinary occluders, most of which have many drawbacks. Vidi Smart Glasses, unlike ordinary occluders, operate, periodically closing the dominant eye. This type of occlusion helps the amblyopic eye to function and develop while protecting the dominant eye from the reverse amblyopia.






Laser treatment of the secondary cataract

After the cataract surgery and the implantation of the artificial lens, the lens bag (a capsule remained from the patient's own lens) begins to thicken after a while. That is, the secondary turbidity of the capsule sac ― secondary cataract, which leads to reduced visual acuity.

Laser treatment of the secondary cataract ― YAG - laser capsulotomy is used to improve visual acuity and vision quality.

The technique is based on applying laser dot applicators with YAG - laser on a cloudy back capsule, which leads to the formation of a rounded hole in the lens capsule and increases the access of light to the retina.

The procedure is painless and is carried out in an ambulatory (outpatient) setting. The doctor uses a local drip anesthesia, which allows to set a special lens into the eye to focus the rays on the lens of the back capsule. The patient is arranged in a comfortable position in front of the laser device, the ophthalmologist puts the lens into one of the patient's eyes, while the other focuses on some object.

lazernoe lechenie vtorichnoj katarakty


Retinal photocoagulation

Often eyes with myopia have areas of thinning and degeneration in the retina. They arise due to the deteriorating blood supply and nutrition of the peripheral sections of the retina.

Typically, the development of the peripheral retinal degeneration is not accompanied by deterioration of vision and does not cause complaints, that is why it is often detected by the doctor during the examination of the patient's retina.

Progressive thinning of the retina may cause retinal detachment. To avoid such complications and prevent the operation a laser preventative strengthening of the retina using a special laser is carried out.

The aim of PPLK is not to correct your vision but to avoid the complications of peripheral retinal degeneration — retinal detachment.

Retinal strengthening may be conducted limitedly — if degenerative changes are present in the limited sections of the retina, or circularly — if degeneration zone is detected all around the periphery of the retina.

The procedure is done ambulatory and does not require special training. Before the implementation of the PPLC the patient's pupils are extended to maximum with special drops in order to conduct the strengthening procedure even in the peripheral and remote areas of the retina.

The procedure takes 10-15 minutes, but sometimes can be done in several stages (depending on your condition and the volume of intervention). On the day of PPLK your vision will be blurred, due to the expansion of the pupils. The next day you can return to your normal lifestyle. You will be assigned to take drops for a few days after the procedure.

Occasionally after PPLK a slightly blurred vision is noticed, which can be cured by using drugs with vessel strengthening and absorbable action.

Conducting prophylactic laser retinal strengthening does not guarantee you the absence of other possible retinal diseases and further development of retinal degenerative changes in other areas.

In the medical center "Laboratory of biomedical sensory & vision correction "Eye-Plus" laser strengthening of the retina is carried out using the new model of laser CLASSIC A.R.C.Laser (Germany), that is certified in Ukraine for using in the laser treatment of the retina.



Ultrasound in ophthalmology

The A-Scan DGH 6000 is a diagnostic ultrasound device used by professionals in the ophthalmic field to perform axial length (AXL), anterior chamber depth (ACD), and lens thickness (LT) measurements of the human eye. Measurements are obtained using ultrasonic pulse echo technology, whereby short bursts of ultrasonic energy are transmitted and the resulting echoes are captured, amplified, filtered and processed.

A-Scan DGH 6000 uses proven algorithms for the accurate measurement that helps to determine the axial length, anterior chamber depth and lens thickness in a split second. The beep helps to achieve the proper configuration of the sensor. The program automatically receives and evaluates measurement based on the signal quality. A digital signal processing algorithm is used to analyze the waveform, ensuring that the probe is properly aligned at the time of measurement. The software assists the user in performing replacement IOL power calculations using established formulas. The user can save videos or measurement files or create reports to document the results of the exam.

For the scaning  doctor  uses  a local anesthetic - eye drops, causing a slight numbness, and places  the laser sensor directly to the cornea. The study lasts 5 - 10 seconds. The beep ends the investigation. The data is written to the device database  and  printed.

The B-Scan DGH 8000 is a diagnostic ultrasound device used by professionals in the ophthalmic field to produce cross-sectional images of the eye and orbit and to serve as an aid in the detection and assessment of physical and functional abnormalities using established diagnostic criteria.  The probe is comprised of a 12 MHz, single element transducer that is mechanically oscillated to perform a 60 degree sector scan of the eye. The probe hand piece contains the electronics used to pulse the transducer as well as to measure, filter and amplify the resulting echoes from intraocular and orbital tissue.  The Scanmate software interprets the digital signals transmitted by the probe and displays a “Brightness Scan” that shows the relative magnitude of the echo spikes received by the transducer.  Once the exam is complete, the application allows the user to save video(s), image(s) or create a report to document the results. 


We care about the health of your eyes 

... modern equipment and help us in this. A new method of spectral diagnostics and registration of fundus images with different spectral composition of light - the long-wavelength infrared transscleral ophthalmoscopy - allows you to detect early changes in the layer of retinal pigment epithelium at the stage when they have not yet manifested clinically. 

Non-invasive technique, performed without an additional injection of contrast material can be carried out by a narrow pupil, easily tolerated by patients.

The main advantage of this method lies in early detection of morphological changes, whereas the results of ophthalmoscopy ostayutsya normal. 



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Monday  11:00 - 18:00
Tuesday  11:00 - 18:00
Wednesday  11:00 - 18:00
Thursday  11:00 - 18:00
Friday  11:00 - 18:00
Saturday  day off
Sunday  day off


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