Dr. Savvas H.Raftis
MD , PhD

We treat and test for serious eye conditions, but have particular interest in Refractive Laser surgery for myopia, astigmatismus, hyperopia, Cataract, Glaucoma, AMD (Aged related Macular Degeneration) Dry form and Wet form, Keratoconus and DIABETIC MACULOPATHY-RETINOPATHY.

Am I suitable for refractive Laser correction of myopia , hyperopia or astigmatism?

In general

  • You must be over 18 years old
  • General healthy
  • Stable vision for one year
  • No diseases of the cornea and retina, or any other diseases of the eye.

In order to find out if you are suitable for Refractive Laser, several examinations of the eye will take place….

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We will perform all the examinations in our Eye center, starting with refraction with and without cycloplegia, fundoskopy in mydriasis, slit lamp examination, pachymetry of the cornea, tomography of the cornea, epithel map of the cornea, pupil size examination, tomography of the macula and optic nerve, length of the eye as well as the latest tool in the market ‘ the german Corvis St maschine which can study how stief the cornea of the eye is, in order to minimize the risks of the Laser.
If you wear soft contact lences you should keep them out of your eyes for 1-2 weeks.
After the control in our Eye center we will deside which method is better in your case.
We follow the instructions of the German Refractive Society. We might have to say NO and not perform a refractive Laser in your case, for your own safety.
But if possible we will try to find onether safe solution to make your dream come true.

Methods of Treatments



PRK surgery involves removing the upper layer of corneal epithelium and then remodeling the corneal shape with Excimer Laser.…

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The FEMPTO-LASIK refractive method involves two steps, initially creating a very thin flap (Flap) on the surface of the cornea with the help of a FEMPTO-LASER.…

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For those patients deemed unsuitable for correction of their vision by Laser, an alternative could be Implantable Contact Lenses (ICL) Implantable Contact Lenses…

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