Most eye diseases can be treated successfully if they are detected in time. This requires a careful ophthalmological examination on a microscope as well as precise digital measurements of the affected eye compartments with extremely high resolution.

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Cataract surgery

The prerequisite for an operation is a careful and conclusive diagnosis. For this, you will undergo an intensive examination and the eye will be precisely measured. Only when the examinations show that an operation makes sense, do we prepare you for an operation. We operate at renowned clinics using state-of-the-art technology. Your own lens is gently removed and an artificial lens is implanted.



Implanting refractive intraocular lenses

This artificial intraocular lens (IOL) should be chosen carefully, as not every lens is suitable for every patient. Eyes are very individual and the demands of everyday life often vary from patient to patient. Your personal wishes must also be taken into consideration and discussed in detail in order to find the right lens for you in consultation with you.

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Laser treatment of the retina

Lasers are indispensable in ophthalmology. Our practice has specialised in lasers that are medically useful and necessary, especially in the case of threatening retinal detachment and extremely thin retinal areas and the following eye diseases.

Laser treatments

Intravitreal medication administration (IVOM)

Macular degeneration is a disease of the point of sharpest vision and occurs very frequently in advanced age. A recent development in wet macular degeneration is the possibility of stopping and slowing down the progression of the disease. The final stage of the disease is a frequent cause of blindness, so most patients and doctors are very grateful for this treatment option.
Macular degeneration

Our office hours

Monday   – / Operation Day (Doctor’s office closed)

Tuesday   8.30-12.00 / 13.00–18.00

Wednesday  8.30-12.00 / 13.00 – 18.00

Thursday   8.00–12.00 / 13.00-18.00

Friday    – / 13.00–16.00

High-tech and digital imaging in ophthalmology

It is impossible to think of ophthalmology nowadays without the computer and the extremely high resolution of optics. They are better than any microscope and under constant progress and improvement. The development of lasers since the 1970s has been particularly fascinating. Laser treatment plays an important role in the successful treatment of the following diseases or signs of ageing: cataracts, glaucoma and threatening retinal detachment (retinal holes, thin areas of the retina, so-called retinal detachment). Peripheral retinal degenerations). Another important medical innovation are antibody therapies, the so-called anti-VEGFs, with which pathological vascular growth can be successfully stopped in the following diseases: age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy (severe retinal changes with diabetes mellitus) and retinal vascular occlusion (thrombosis of the retina), to name only the most important.