Óla from Lisbon! From October 7th to 10th, the ESCRS Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons took place for the 35th time. This year the surgeons met in Lisbon. Founded in 1991, ESCRS is Europe’s leading organization for cataract and refractive surgeons. The association currently has 4,000 members from over 90 countries worldwide. The ESCRS provides a unique forum for discussion and learning, ensuring that ophthalmologists across Europe can share their international expertise. As every year, the ESCRS Congress 2017 offered a wide range of symposia for clinical research, ophthalmologists and surgical courses, visual optics workshops and other industry meetings. The EuroEyes International Medical Advisory Board met on the occasion of the ESCRS Congress. The IMAB comprises a group of renowned international EuroEyes ophthalmologists and opinion leaders in the field of refractive surgery: Dr. med. Jørn Slot Jørgensen, founder and managing director of the EuroEyes, Priv. -Doz. Dr. med. Ralf-Christian Lerche, vice medical director of the EuroEyes, Prof. Michael Knorz, pioneer in the area of LASIK treatments, Prof. Ke Yao, Director of the SAHZU Eye Center in China and Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Kohnen, Director of the Clinic for Ophthalmology at the Goethe University Hospital in Frankfurt am Main. The board members met to discuss the future of ophthalmology, evaluate new techniques so they can offer the best possible treatments to EuroEyes patients. About EuroEyes Germany EuroEyes is Germany’s most eminent provider of laser eye treatment, Femto-LASIK, and lens surgeries ( ReLEx smile LASIK, eeLASIK,Femto-LASIK, LASIK, PRK/LASEK, ICL, phakic IOLs, multifocal IOLs (intraocular lenses) and refrative lens exchanges (RLE)). Numerous eye treatments have been carried out by EuroEyes surgeons since 1993. Our very experienced high volume surgeons always use the latest and most advanced technology. Vision disorders such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia become a problem of the past – thanks to EuroEyes.