In order to make a correct diagnosis, we necessarily conduct a complete diagnostic examination. Even if you already have data from other clinics, we do not have the right to accept them, because we are not responsible for someone else’s equipment, we do not know the qualifications of doctors and the conditions for conducting research.

A complete examination at the OLC – 8 procedures, and one more if laser vision correction is expected.

As a result, we will get an accurate map of your eye and an idea of ​​how exactly you can improve your vision.

8 procedures are as follows:
  1. Measurement of the curvature of the cornea in its main meridians. Basic examination helps to understand corneal bulge and other features.
  2. Measurement of corneal thickness. It is necessary, first of all, to understand whether it is possible to carry out laser vision correction. Too thin – contraindication.
  3. Measurement of visual acuity. Eyes test chart. After this examination, we understand how vision differs from the generally accepted standard of 100%. By the way, some people have natural vision higher than 100, and in many of our patients after cataract surgery and laser correction, it becomes 110-120%
  4. Measurement of the anatomical parameters of the eyeball. We check the anatomical structure of the eyeball with an accuracy of tenths of a millimeter and look for pathologies and abnormalities.
  5. Measurement of intraocular pressure. This is the force with which the contents of the eye press on the cornea and sclera. Low and high – signs of cataracts, glaucoma and other diseases.
  6. Gonioscopy. This is an examination of the anterior chamber of the eye on a special apparatus, it is here that glaucoma is detected..
  7. Measurement of the magnitude of the spherical and astigmatic components of refractive errors in diopters. In other words, we check whether there is astigmatism and at what stage it is.
  8. Examination by a doctor of the fundus with a dilated pupil with a Goldmann lens. A method to detect retinal detachment.

For laser correction, it is necessary to undergo an examination on the Pentacam apparatus. It shows the structure of the eyeball, fixes corneal irregularities and some other parameters, displaying them in three-dimensional tables understandable for an ophthalmologist.

A complete diagnostic examination lasts 1-1.5 hours. To conduct an examination, it is necessary to instill drops to dilate the pupils. The duration of the diagnosis depends on how quickly they expand in the patient. These are individual features that are not controlled in any way.

We strongly recommend that You come to the examination accompanied, not driving and wearing dark sunglasses. After it, photophobia and slight disorientation in space will persist for some time.

Laser eye surgery

Laser eye surgery, or laser vision correction, is a method by which astigmatism, nearsightedness and farsightedness are corrected.

This is a painless, low-traumatic and fast surgery. Lasts 10 minutes and is done once and for life.

Laser correction is suitable for people from 18 years old, earlier it is impossible, because the eyeball has not yet fully formed and continues to grow.

Contraindications are some diseases and pathologies of the eyes. You need to go through a full diagnostic first.

Here are some results and feedback of people who have already underwent laser eye surgery in our clinic.


Cataract is a disease in which the human lens gradually becomes cloudy. The lens is the lens inside the eye, it redirects light to the retina. If the lens is transparent, then the image is clear. If cloudy, then blurry. A person with a cataract begins to see everything blurry and as if in a yellowish color, and eventually ceases to distinguish anything at all.

Cataract is treated only surgically – replacing your lens with an artificial one. It is safe, painless and very fast. To replace the crystalline lens, you must first remove the cataract. We use the new Alcon Centurion™ for this. It is safe and after it the recovery is very fast.

How well patients see after surgery depends on the artificial lens (intraocular lens – IOL) they choose.

Before the surgery, it is necessary to undergo a complete examination and consult an ophthalmologist. The doctor will tell you more about the types of IOL, show how they differ and help you choose the right one.