Refraction defects affecting visual acuity constitute approx. 42% of eyesight problems, which makes them the most common ophthalmological problem in patients of all ages in our population. There are several ways to correct them. As much as 80% of patients resort to wearing glasses, and less than one in ten people uses contact lenses. Laser correction of vision defects is also gaining popularity as it offers permanent and immediate effects. And with the progress of medicine, this procedure has become painless and safe while significantly improving the quality of vision and thus patients' comfort of life. Responding to our patients' needs, Medicover Hospital and Libermedic Warsaw Ophthalmology Centre established Eye Surgery Clinic. The clinic is supervised professionally by Professor Iwona Grabska-Liberek MD, President of the Polish Society of Ophthalmology, a long-term consultant of the Mazovian Province in the field of ophthalmology, who specializes in ocular microsurgery.
What distinguishes Medicover in the field of vision defects correction is our equipment. As the only facility in Central and Eastern Europe, we have the latest excimer laser: Amaris 1050 RS 7D. This device is not only the fastest, which allows to significantly shorten the time of surgery, even with complex eye defects, but also guarantees the highest standard of precision and safety.
Marcin Łukasiewicz, Director of the Medicover Hospital
Thanks to the cooperation of the clinic with distinguished ophthalmology specialists and access to state-of-the-art global technologies, we guarantee full safety, maximum precision of treatments and short convalescence periods, while offering patients a chance to recover quickly and get their good vision back.
Arkadiusz Krakowiecki, Medical Director at the Medicover Hospital
The experience of our team of doctors and access to the latest operating equipment, like vision correction lasers, ultramodern cataract surgery devices, phakic lenses, post cataract removal implants, corneal cone therapies, enable us to offer our patients the best care and solutions in solving their vision problems. Today, we expect the ophthalmic surgeries to be safe and to give the patient a completely new quality of life. I get the greatest satisfaction from seeing a patient with bad vision regain full visual acuity after the treatment, from the fact that they often don't need to use glasses or contact lenses any more.
Professor Iwona Grabska-Liberek, MD