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Attiko Ophthalmological Center was established in September 2010 by the Ophthalmic surgeon Dr Charalambos T. Koulas, with the primary aim of providing high quality individualized diagnosis and treatment of simple and complex eye problems. 


The greatest desire of the team of the Attiko Ophthalmological Center is to be always close to the patient, anticipating his needs, while cultivating trust and confidence.


In order to provide comprehensive services, the Attiko Ophthalmological Center operates within an anthropocentric philosophy, searches for innovative solutions and provides a leadership in the field of ophthalmology. 


The ATTIKO OPTHALMOLOGICAL Center operates in Kifisia. Located in a comfortable and luxurious space and provide high quality medical services. Created with the aim of providing quality and comprehensive services covering any ophthalmologic requirements and provides specialized services to the patient in a full range of eye diseases.

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Why i choose Attiko Ophthalmological Center?
Attiko Ophthalmological created in September 2010 by the renowned surgeon-ophthalmologist Mrs. Charalampos Th. Koula main aim of providing high quality personalized diagnosis and treatment of simple and complex eye problems.
Attiko Ophthalmological Center with what funds is contracted with?
Attiko Ophthalmological Center is contracted with:

Insurance Companies:Ethniki Asfalistiki, Allianz, Eurolife, Μed4u, Amtrust, Mondial Assistance and Insurance Funds: EDOEAP (Journalists Insurance Fund)

I want to do laser myopia. I'm a suitable candidate?
Candidate for laser Myopia is:

Someone who is older has than 20 years of age.
Has a stable refraction for at least six months.
Has a sufficient thickness of the cornea.
Does not suffer from any eye diseases such as keratoconus, glaucoma, cataracts, etc.
Has no autoimmune diseases and doesn’t take any immunosuppressive drugs.
Does not lie a period of pregnancy or breastfeeding.

The surgery with Laser is painful ? I will feel discomfort after?
The surgery is almost painless because it is done by applying anesthetic drops. Some patients feel a slight discomfort after the lapse of the effects of the anesthetic, which lasts for several hours. It may also cause sensitivity to light for a few days after surgery.
How quickly will I see after the Laser;
The recovery of vision is very fast. Most patients are usually seen on the day following surgery. Your eyesight first 6 hours after surgery will be slightly blurred, it also may be a light sensitivity. Calculate 2-5 days to gradually return to your work. Your life without glasses begins immediately after surgery. For the next six months your refraction may be small variations until finally stabilized.
When should I do the first eye examination on my child?
The initial eye examination should be done in the first days after the birth of children. The second examination should be performed in the second year of age, where a check is made of the child’s refraction (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism). If the child has no other obvious diseases (for example strabismus), the next test should be in the 4th year, before going school. Then measure the visual acuity and color perception, while an attempt is made to determine whether the existence or not of strabismus.
What are the symptoms of cataracts?
The main symptoms are:

Blur with a progressive reduction of vision for distance or near. The vision becomes less clear.
Glare and reflections around some objects.
Attenuated color perception.
Severe discomfort in the sun.
Absence of pain.

All these symptoms can affect daily activities such as:

Driving, especially at night or in very bright light.
Reading or watching TV. In some cases, in the early stages of some types of cataract, reading without glasses is achieved.
Sewing or other hobbies that require detailed observation of objects.

How is cataract treated?
There is no medical treatment for cataract, or found a drug that prevents the development of.

Addressing the waterfall is just the microsurgical removal of the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial acrylic lens called intraocular lens.

How can I contact with you?
You can call us at Contact Phones: 210 8001170, 210 8001146
How can I come to your center?
The Attiko Ophthalmological Center is located at the L. Kifisias Avenue at the number 324.