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    Dunyagoz Hospital, Tunus

    Ankara, Turkey


    Foundation year




    Operations per year


    Medical staff

    All / Top Specialties

    • Dry eye syndrome

    • Myopia and astigmatism

    • Glaucoma

    All / Top Services

    • Tear osmolarity test

    • Tear samples to look for markers

    • Punctal plugs

    • Refraction assessment

    • Contact lenses

    • Refractive surgery

    • Tonometry

    • Laser trabeculoplasty

    • Lasek Surgery

    • Visual acuity test

    • Retinal exam

    • Phacoemulsification

    • Intraocular pressure test

    • Peripheral visual field test

    • Strabismus Surgery

    • Corrective lens

    • Lens implants

    • Atropine drops

    • Eye patches


    Dunyagoz Hospitals Group was established in 1999 in Turkey. This hospital group provides treatment for all problems related to eye and periocular health. It uses cutting-edge technologies to offer hundreds of different treatments. Dunyagoz Hospitals Group offers services both domestically and internationally in 29 different locations with a daily capacity of 8000 outpatients and 1000 surgical operations. The hospital provides comprehensive medical care through a talented 300-member medical staff. The entire hospital team consists of 2500 employees. They continuously raise their quality and standard in Turkey and abroad to become a global center of reputation. Dunyagoz Hospitals Group uses the latest globally accepted technology and implements current diagnostic and treatment methods competently. The specialized staff members of this hospital offer a high level of services in all segments of eye health. Dunyagoz Hospitals Group provides eye care services in 11 provinces of Turkey. The hospital group offers its world-class devices to 96,000 patients a year from 149 countries around the world. Their staff is trained to respect each patient and provide services of equal standing for all. In addition, Dunyagoz Hospitals Group takes care of the mental state of the patient and their families, so it offers a calm environment and treats patients with empathy. WHY CHOOSE DUNYAGOZ HOSPITALS GROUP? · Dunyagoz Hospitals Group offers a high success rate by offering quality service through the best team of doctors and advanced technology. · Dunyagoz Hospitals Group offers uninterrupted service 24 hours a day, seven days a week with experienced medical staff and high-tech devices. · For providing reliable customer services and patient safety, Dunyagoz Hospitals Group is ISO 9001 awarded and accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI). · This hospital ensures innovation of treatment methods and technology to provide the best services in all aspects related to the eye. · The instruments used by professionals to diagnose and treat different eye conditions at Dunyagoz Hospitals Group are: Visual field examination machine Automatic keratate-refractometer machine Computerized tonometer Argon laser MAIN MEDICAL SPECIALTIES OFFERED BY THE DUNYAGOZ HOSPITALS GROUP · Presbyopia · Retinal disease · Strabismus · Vitreoretinal disease •PRESBYOPIA Presbyopia is a condition in which a person cannot focus on a nearly placed object. This condition appears at the age of 40. A person with this condition reads books and newspapers by placing them away from the eyes. Presbyopia can be corrected by wearing glasses or glasses. This is caused by hardening of the lens of the eye, which occurs naturally with growing age. Usually, the lens changes shape to focus on objects, but when the lenses become rigid, the shape cannot be changed and it is difficult to focus on objects. Common symptoms of presbyopia are: · Double vision · Sudden blurred vision · See flashes of light · Sudden loss of vision in one or both eyes Dunyagoz Hospitals Group performs surgeries involving ventricular multifocal lenses to treat presbyopia. Its board-certified and qualified surgeons successfully perform Presby-LASIK and corneal inlay operations. • RETINAL DISEASE The retina of the eye is a layer of light-sensitive cells that cover the back wall of the eyeball. Retinal disease has a noticeable impact on eyesight. Diabetes and high blood pressure have a negative effect on the entire body system, but the first and most significant adverse effects of these diseases are noticeable on the eyes. As a result of these diseases, the vessels of the retina dilate and the permeability of the vessels decreases to none. Common symptoms of retinal disease include: · Sudden or gradual loss of vision · Visual disturbances · Scattering of light in front of the eyes · Flying objects in front of the eyes · The curtain in front of the eyes · Temporary short-term vision loss · Dark areas in the field of view Early diagnosis, preventive medical therapy and precise surgical intervention without delay are vital in retinal diseases. At Dunyagoz Hospitals Group, retinal surgeries are performed by a team that has been specially trained for intraocular microsurgeries, using a full suite of instruments and devices. •STRABISMUS Strabismus is the disorder of the eye in which both eyes do not align with each other. Six muscles coordinate with each other and control eye movements, but in strabismus, the muscles do not coordinate and both eyes move in a different direction simultaneously. Strabismus usually occurs in children age 3 and older. The appearance of strabismus in adults may indicate a serious neurological disorder. There are two types of strabismus: ACCOMMODATIVE ESOTROPIA: This condition occurs mainly due to uncorrected farsightedness that causes both eyes to enter. Symptoms include double vision, blurred vision, and closeness of both eyes when focusing on a nearly placed object. INTERMITTENT EXOTROPIA: In this type, one eye focuses on the object and the other eye moves outward. Symptoms include double vision, difficulty reading, headache and eyestrain. Dunyagoz Hospitals Group offers many types of treatments for strabismus. When strabismus is minor, it can be corrected with glasses and patches. If these methods do not work, then orthopedic therapies, surgical intervention and botox are used for the correction of strabismus. • VITREORETINAL DISEASE This term refers to a group of diseases that damage the retina and affect the vitreous fluid. The vitreous fluid is colorless and fills the room between the lens and the retina. There are many types of vitreoretinal disorders, but some common types are as follows: DRY MACULAR DEGENERATION: It is the most common type that causes blurred vision. WET MACULAR DEGENERATION: It is due to leakage of fluid from the eye, which affects central vision. RETINAL TEARS: Occurs when the retina has holes. You may notice black spots in your vision. DIABETIC RETINOPATHY: It occurs in diabetes and damages the blood vessels of the retina. This disease can occur secondary to diabetes or any other serious health problem. Aging may also be a factor in vitreoretinal disorders. Its symptoms include: · Night blindness · Floaters or flashes of light · Distorted words when reading · Light sensitivity Dunyagoz Hospitals Group offers excellent diagnostic and treatment facilities for almost all types of eye diseases. They provide extraocular and intraocular facilities such as cataract surgery, vitreoretinal surgery and photorefractive keratectomy. Their eye department is like a family that dedicated their time and effort to helping people. Dunyagoz Hospitals Group serves the eye needs of hundreds of patients each year, coming from far and near.