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Eye Surgery Experts provide a full range of ophtalmology services and eye surgery, including, but not limited to: 

  • Cataract and lens implantation surgery (Enquire)

  • Glaucoma surgery (Enquire)

  • Corneal collagen cross-linking surgery (Enquire)

  • Eyelid surgery for entropion or ectropion (Enquire)

  • Pterygium surgery (Enquire)

  • Blepharoplasty (eyelid correction surgery) (Enquire)

  • Ocular tumour removal surgery with histologic examination (Enquire)

  • Xanthelasma removal (Enquire)

  • Pinguecula removal (Enquire)

  • Lacrimal punctum or canaliculi dilation (Enquire)

  • Conjunctival cyst removal (Enquire)

  • Chalazion removal (Enquire)

  • Molluscum contagiosum removal (Enquire)

  • Minor eyelid tumour (cyst, papiloma, atheroma, mole) removal (Enquire)

  • Intravitreal anti-VEGF agents injection - Avastin, Lucentis or Eylea (Enquire)

Glaucoma surgery and Cataract surgery are the two most popular eye surgeries abroad.

Cataract surgery (Enquire)

During cataract surgery, the lens of the eye is replaced with and intraocular lens implant.

CONSULTATION

Operating doctor consultation is necessary prior to cataract surgery. Even if you have all your medical records from your doctor, our operating doctor will still need to evaluate your vision prior to the surgery. At the time of consultation, the doctor will decide what lens will need to be used.

SURGERY

Cataract surgery is performed under local anesthesia and usually takes 10-15 minutes to complete. More complicated cataract surgery may take up to 30 minutes.

Cataract surgery success rates are high – around 98% of cataract surgeries are successful, and those that are not, are usually for patients who have other eye problems along with cataracts.

In some cases, hospital stay for up to 2 days may be recommended by the doctor. If patients leaves the hospital / country after the surgery, post-operative follow up consultations may be done by another ophthalmology professional.

RECOVERY

  • A protective shield should be worn over the eye that was operated for about 1 week after the surgery, usually at night.
  • Ophthalmoscopy procedure is usually recommended to be performed within a set timeframe after the surgery
  • Several follow-up consultations are needed following the surgery – the first one usually 1-2 days after the surgery, and another one or more few weeks after the surgery. 

POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS

It is necessary to contact the doctor after the surgery if any of the signs of possible complications are noticed:

  • Increasing pain
  • Decreasing vision
  • Increasing eye redness
  • Swelling around the eye
  • Discharge from the eye.

Glaucoma surgery (Enquire)

Glaucoma is a condition of increased pressure within the eyeball, and may result in gradual loss of sight. Glaucoma surgery – or trabeculectomy - is performed to decrease the production of intraocular fluid, or increase the drainage of this fluid. In some cases, the surgery will accomplish both.

Surgery is chosen as a way of treatment when non-surgical options, such as the use of topical eye medications, or oral medications, are not effective.

Laser surgery – laser trabeculoplasty - is usually recommended over conventional surgery - trabeculectomy.

SURGERY

Glaucoma surgery involves either laser treatment or making a cut in the eye to reduce the intraocular pressure. The type of the surgery will be recommended by the operating surgeon, after the consultation, and it will depend on the type and severity of your glaucoma and the general health of your eye.

The surgery may take anywhere from 30 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the severity of glaucoma.

RECOVERY

Recovery period after glaucoma surgery is 6 to 8 weeks.

Several follow up doctor visits are usually recommended after glaucoma surgery. The first doctor consultation and examination is usually performed shortly after the surgery, and the next visit is scheduled after a week or so. It is usually recommended to also see the doctor 1-2 months after the surgery.

Prices for Ophtalmology surgeries

Procedures

Price from

not including lens(including surgery, intensive care patient department and other medical articles) - this is the amount we will invoice you

  Cataract surgery (intraocular lens price not included) 1200 Eur
  Complicated cataract surgery (intraocular lens price not included) 1650 Eur
  Secondary intraocular lens implantation  1200 Eur
  Glaucoma surgery 1150 Eur
  Glaucoma surgery - canaloplasty 2550 Eur
  Corneal collagen cross-linking surgery 1650 Eur
Eyelid surgery for entropion or ectropion  1110 Eur
  Pterygium surgery 1050 Eur
  Blepharoplasty (eyelid correction surgery) 860 Eur
 Ocular tumour removal surgery with histologic examination 870 Eur
  Xanthelasma removal 750 Eur
  Pinguecula removal 710 Eur
  Lacrimal punctum or canaliculi dilation 650 Eur
  Conjunctival cyst removal 475 Eur
  Chalazion removal

490 Eur

  Molluscum contagiosum removal 445 Eur
  Minor eyelid tumour (cyst, papiloma, atheroma, mole) removal 435 Eur
  Intravitreal anti-VEGF agents injection - Avastin, Lucentis or Eylea 490 Eur
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Surgery Experts is chosen by many International patients for neurosurgery because:

  • ZERO MRSA infections (compared to 8%+ in the UK and other European countries)
  • No waiting lists
  • Leading medical professionals
  • Advanced and effective methods for diagnostics and treatment
  • Personalized care of outstanding quality
  • English speaking personal medical manager and doctors
  • Close to the Scandinavian and other European countries – short and inexpensive trip
  • Further rehabilitation possibilities in the finest resorts of Lithuania
  • Prices significantly lower than in the Scandinavian and other EU countries

Have questions? Call us at +370 6128 4670, or email at contact@surgeryexperts.eu

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