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Time to say goodbye to your progressive glasses

Progressive glasses correct the increasing presbyopia and at the same time myopia – distance glasses and reading glasses in one frame. What sounds practical at first can, however, cause many difficulties in everyday life.



Glasses or contact lenses – it is not easy for people with poor eyesight, especially as soon as pollen begins. Contact lenses are usually an elegant solution – if it weren’t for the allergies in spring and summer and the associated problems such as itchy eyes, red eyes, inflammation and contact lens intolerance.


UV light: How to find the perfect sunglasses

In the meantime, sunglasses have of course become part of the fashionable standard equipment when the sun is shining and the weather is nice. However, the focus should not be on the design or look of the sunglasses, but on protection of the eyes. Because eyes are our most important sense organs, through them we receive the most sensory impressions.


The best gift for Mother’s Day: Sharp vision without AMD

The world’s leading cause of blindness by people over 50 years of age is age-related macular degeneration, also known as AMD. The macula is the part of the retina that is responsible for sharp vision. Macular lutea is the point of sharpest vision on the retina, also called the yellow spot.


LenSx: Bladeless Laser Cataract Surgery

EuroEyes laser lens and cataract surgery technique offers patients the opportunity to experience lens surgery in patients with presbyopia without the use of bladed or knives traditionally used to perform the necessary surgery.



EuroEyes held a board meeting on Wednesday, 25 March 2020 for the purpose of reviewing the annual results of the Company and it‘s subsidiaries for the year 2019. The rise of the revenue of EuroEyes by 14% and the launch of new clinics and services in 2020 to boost future growth are just a few highlights.


Corona virus – how to protect your eyes

Novel coronavirus came fiercely and spread rapidly. It can be transmitted through the respiratory tract, so we need to wear masks for protection. However, it was confirmed that the novel coronavirus could also be transmitted through the conjunctiva and further conjunctivitis as the first symptom, causing public anxiety and panic.


Some eye diseases must be treated urgently – don’t avoid the clinic

At the period of the epidemic of COVID-19 virus infection the hospital has become a place that most people try to avoid visiting. However, during this epidemic outbreak, it is necessary to know the common sign of the diseases that need to be treated urgently. Patients with the following diseases require medical attention as soon as possible.


Display Terminal syndrome

In daily life people’s work and leisure are increasingly dependent on electronic devices, including computers, mobile phones, TV and internet games. Students have “online courses” and most office workers work also at home, and the time spent staring at the screen increased greatly every day during the epidemic.


Diabetes – damage to the retina of the eye

Diabetes mellitus, also called diabetes, has many effects on the body – including your eyes. Diabetes can damage the retina in the eye. Often, the changes are not noticed initially, but this can lead to slight visual problems or even blindness in the course of the process.


FAQ‘s from our patients: Covid-19

As a first precautionary measure, our patients are asked BEFORE they visit:Have you been to coronavirus risk areas in the past 14 days?Have you had contact with a corona infected person in the past 14 days?Do you currently feel sick or do you show symptoms of illness?


Do your goggles really work?

Beside the carefully identifying the types of “masks”, it is also very important for us to protect our eyes. In a few cases, aerosol transmission and conjunctiva may also be the route of transmission. Therefore, in public places, some people are fully armed, by wearing masks, a varies of frame glasses, professional goggles and even swimming goggles, all kinds of eye protection equipments are having their debuts.


How to keep your glasses or goggles from fogging

The novel coronavirus has recently swept the globe. The coronavirus is characterized with transmissibility, including droplet transmission, aerosol transmission, as well as the transmission of tears and conjunctiva. So we should pay more attention to safety and take proper self-protection measures.


How to wear and care contact lenses during the epidemic

The safe manner of wearing contact lenses has always been a hot topic to myopia patients. Because contact lenses are directly contact with our ocular surface, if you are not careful enough, it may cause surface damage, infection and pain. In severe cases they may even damage your sight.



During the cold winter months, children and teenagers spend more time in front of the television, computer and cell phone, which increases the strain on the eyes. Therefore, adolescents and the parents of children should pay attention to certain things, especially during this time, to prevent myopia.