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There are several specialist eye clinics in Riga that offer quality diagnosis methods, vision correction procedures and other services at prices, lower than in other European countries. In addition to receiving treatment, you would have had an opportunity to visit Riga, and find a new reason for coming again.
In Dr. Lūkin's Eye Clinic, one of the pioneers of vision correction surgery in Latvia, you will receive undivided and genuine attention, and high standard medical care in an elegant environment. Since the opening of the clinic in 2003, its services have been appreciated by more than 7000 Latvian and foreign patients. The highest-rated procedure is laser eye surgery performed by the world's fastest and precise CONCERTO excimer laser (the only one in the Baltic): this equipment permits treating myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism in record time.
The vision correction methods Wavefront Lasik, Femto Lasik and Trans-epi Lasik guarantee safety and precision during surgery and the best result after. An advantage is that you will have an opportunity to leave the clinic as early as a couple of hours following the procedure.
Dr. Kuznecov's Centre of Eye Microsurgery was established in 1998 by Vyacheslav Kuznetsov who has performed over 15 000 operations in Latvia and Russia. The clinic provides a thorough analysis and assessment for each patient's problem and then applies the most effective method of treatment: vision correction by glasses, contact lenses, microsurgery, implants, laser, conductive radio-wave method, or others. A state-of-the-art, FDA approved laser equipment is used in treatment: Allegretto Wave Eye-Q, Allegro Topolyzer, Allegro Analyzer, and Zyoptix XP microkeratome.
The only in the Baltic ocular prosthetics company, Valter's Prosthetic Laboratory (Valtera protēžu laboratorija) has competent and certified specialists who manufacture highest quality eye prostheses from moulds produced in Germany and Canada. The service is available even if your are in Riga but for a brief stay: it takes only one day to make an individual prosthesis the warranty period of which is two years.