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Dr. Tayfun Bavbek
Cataract Surgery · Vitreoretinal disease
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Altunizade, Nuhkuyusu Cad. No:94 34664 Üsküdar - İstanbul
Prof. Dr. Tayfun Bavbek has an impressive academic background. In 2009, he earned the prestigious title of Professor at Marmara University, where he has been associated with for many years. Prior to that, he served as an Associate Professor in 2001 and an Assistant Professor in 1996 at the same renowned institution. His journey in ophthalmology began in 1991 when he joined Marmara University as an Assistant Professor, and since then, he has been actively involved in the field of eye diseases. Prof. Dr. Tayfun Bavbek's commitment to his field is evident through his various clinical fellowships. In 1997, he pursued a Clinical Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine, specializing in Vitreo-Retinal Surgery at Houston, TX. This valuable experience allowed him to gain advanced skills and knowledge in treating complex eye conditions. With his expertise, he has become a trusted name among patients seeking specialized eye care. Prof. Dr. Tayfun Bavbek started his journey in medicine by earning his Doctor title from Istanbul University in 1983. Since then, he has been an integral part of Marmara University, excelling in his role as a professor. His dedication to teaching and research has contributed to the advancement of the field of ophthalmology. His extensive expertise in eye diseases makes him an excellent choice for patients seeking comprehensive care. Prof. Dr. Tayfun Bavbek takes pride in providing patient-centered care. With his warm and compassionate approach, he ensures that every patient feels comfortable and heard. He believes in educating his patients about their condition and involving them in the decision-making process. Prof. Dr. Bavbek's primary goal is to improve the quality of life for his patients by preserving their vision and preventing eye diseases from impairing their daily activities.