• About Us

Our Doctors

Dilek Uzer ,M.D,Ophthalmologist
Professional fields of Interest:
Cataract Surgery, Refractive Surgery, Keratoconus

Our  Laser Technology


1 – Bausch + Lomb Technolos Teneo Laser
Repetition Rate  200 Hz
Eye Tracker
Iris Recognition
German Technology
Customisable,flexible treatment options which allow treatment  of the majority  of the refractive errors.
TENEO- 317 is equipped with LASIK capabilities to treat myopia (near sightedness), hypermetropia (far sightedness) and astigmatism.
Presbyopia, caused by aging, is the gradual thickening and loss of flexibility of the natural lens inside the eye making it harder to focus up close. The trusted SUPRACOR algorithm with more than 20.000 treatments is also available on the TENEO 317. Supracor’s unique multifocal ablation profile and sophisticated algorithm provide the expected near addition, while minimising the induction of undesired aberrations within the pupil.
SUPRACOR™ is a new generation of bilateral presbyopia treatment that can give patients the spectacle free lifestyle.
Zyoptix HD
Every eye is different and has its own aberrations which can be corrected by laser to give a perfect vision. Zyoptix HD™ , a personalized laser vision correction system available on the TENEO-317 platform takes into account the exact topology of each individual eye.
TENEO 317 excimer laser workstation, designed to treat all types of ametropia (refractive errors) is CE Mark approved.

2 – WaveLight  400 Hz Laser

German Technology
Wavefront & Custom Lasik

3 – İntralaser

Bausch + Lomb Technolas Teneo femto laser


1 – Zywave II  Aberrometer ( for wavefront and iris recognition measurements )
2 – Orbsacn  II Topographer ( provides detailed  maps  of the shape and thickness  of the cornea )
3 – Pentacam  ( provides detailed maps of the shape and thickness of the cornea )
4 – TopoLyzer  ( for cornea )
5 – Ultrasonic Pachmetry


This laser technology is very high tech that has six dimensional eye tracker, which continuously tracks and compensates for any movement of the eye during surgery.