Op. Dr.

Ferşat Muhacir

Dr. Ferşat Muhacir with more than 12000 cases, has an extensive experience in refractive cataract and clear lens surgery, with trifocal (smart lens that shows far, near and middle distance), EDOF (Extended Depth of Focus) and toric (astigmatism correcting intraocular lens)intraocular lenses , Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty, Xen stent and other surgical treatment methods of glaucoma, Grafted pterygium (meat ploughing) and other anterior segment surgeries, and medical retinal diseases (Diabetic retinopathy, Age-related yellow spot macular disease, retinal vascular occlusions, etc.)

Dr. Ferşat Muhacir, Fellow of European Board of Ophthalmology (FEBO).

SPECIAL INTERESTS AND WORKING AREAS

Trifocal (Smart), EDOF and Toric (Astigmatism Correcting) Intraocular Lenses

The most up-to-date method of getting rid of far, near and astigmatism glasses

Refractive vision poblems in Children and Their Treatment

Refractive vision poblems in Children and Their Treatment

Cataract

Cataracts are the most common cause of decreased vision and are treated with surgery.

Laser Treatment in Eye Pressure (SLT)

It can replace drops or surgical procedures, It takes a short time, is painless and has no serious side effects.

Xen Stent Application in Eye Pressure Treatment

A current and effective intervention that can replace large incision glaucoma surgery

Pterjium Treatment

With competent hands and a good surgery, it is possible to achieve a lifetime of comfort without recurrance.

Diabetes related eye diseases

Diagnosis and treatment at the “EARLY” stage is very important to prevent eye problems due to diabetes.

Intraocular Needle Application (Intravitreal Injection)

It is the most current treatment method of age-related yellow spot disease and macular edema.

Age-Related Yellow Spot Disease (Macular Degeneration)

In the wet type, the treatment is intraocular drug injection, while there is still no effective treatment in the dry type.

SPECIAL TO MY PATIENTS

For Patients Receiving Medical Treatment

Please always comply with the periods (eg 5 days-1 week or 3 months) for each drop or tablet on the prescription (using the medication for more or less time than necessary may damage your eyes!), and call me when you have a conflict about the duration.

If you have been given drops, apply a drop directly into the eye with clean hands without touching the tip of the drop box to your eye or your hand, under hygienic conditions, and immediately close the lid of the dropper (more than one drop of the drop will not have any additional benefit, and it will cause your drop to expire sooner).

For My Surgery Patients

Be sure to use the drops given to you before the surgery (drops necessary for preparation for the surgery) as recommended, until the morning of the surgery day, and do not forget to take the medications with you when you come.

If you are using aspirin or other blood-thinning medication before the surgery, I advise you to stop it, if possible and if your health is not at risk, in consultation with me 5 days before the surgery. If you have diabetes, it should be below 180-200 on the morning of the operation day.