Cataract Surgery in Israel

A cataract is a condition when the eye lens becomes cloudy, which causes a decrease in vision. Although cataracts are extremely common, left untreated they can eventually lead to blindness. Common symptoms include blurry vision, faded colours and reduced night vision. In some cases the pupil develops a yellowish or grayish tint. Some patients also […]


Keratoconus Treatment & Cornea Transplant in Israel

Keratoconus is a degenerative non-inflammatory eye disease that leads to progressive thinning of the cornea, which gradually assumes a cone-like shape. It is the most common form of corneal dystrophy. Signs of keratoconus include severe visual acuity loss (gradual), photophobia, diplopia (double vision) and blurry vision. It is usually diagnosed at an early age, with […]


Glaucoma Treatment in Israel

Glaucoma is an umbrella term describing several chronic conditions that affect the optic nerve (which transmits images to the brain) causing vision loss. Specialists separate open-angle and closed-angle variants. The first is usually painless, and characterized by progressive loss of peripheral vision. Closed-angle glaucoma is associated with strong eye pain, eye redness, pupil dilation and […]


Vitrectomy Surgery in Israel

During a vitrectomy surgery either all or part of or the vitreous humor is removed. A special gas filling (bubble) is then injected into the remaining space to help keep the retina in place and maintain normal intraocular pressure. The procedure takes 2 to 3 hours and can be performed under either local or general anesthesia […]