Aktis ophthalmological center is a medical institution that specializes in eye care and ophthalmology. It was founded by a group of progressive physicians with vast experience in the management of ophthalmic diseases, particularly in the field of refractive surgery. The center's philosophy is based on a personalized approach to each eye condition and on providing eye care for highly qualified individuals of all ages. The center offers a wide range of diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical services and is in a position to donate suitable solutions even for the most difficult ophthalmic incidents and circumstances.
The physicians at Aktis ophthalmological center hold international studies and are renowned in Cyprus. They participate in international ophthalmological congresses, and the center is constantly evolving its scientific training. The center's ultramodern and aesthetic premises, cutting-edge ophthalmic technological equipment, and highly trained scientific and nursing staff offer an outstanding dimension and a distinctive level in the field of medical care and treatment.
Aktis ophthalmological center provides a range of diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical services such as Amblyopia treatment, diagnosis of amblyopia has to be performed during early childhood for early treatment. The center is equipped with innovative, pioneering, and ultramodern diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical technological equipment which ensures speed, functionality, and effectiveness for a wide range of ophthalmic services. The center's main goal is to responsibly inform, educate and train patients concerning all the exciting evolutions in the field of ophthalmology. The center has organized well-equipped diagnostic centers in Nicosia, Limassol, and Larnaca for the impeccable service of all patients and physicians in Cyprus. The refractive surgery department, for the treatment of widely known refractive errors (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism) is fully equipped with cutting-edge technology, providing excellent customized results, even in presbyopic cases.