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Treatment of diseases

For more than 18 years, we have successfully treated all types of eye diseases in children and their parents at the Yasny VZOR clinic.

Every day we are faced with questions from parents like what does it mean to cure a particular eye disease? For many parents, to be cured means to take glasses off their child. And we share this view of parents. Let's define what we should come to as a result of the treatment of various eye pathologies in children.


There are three criteria, by which we determine that the strabismus is cured:

  • We have recovered the symmetrical position of the child's eyes,
  • The child has high visual acuity in both eyes without glasses,
  • We have recovered the child's ability to three-dimensional stereoscopic vision (perception of the world in its entirety and fullness or in the 3D format).


The goal of treating myopia is to stop its progression at the degree that was detected in the child or to slow the growth of the disease significantly. If a child has a -3 vision, then -1 will no longer be in it, but we may prevent myopia
from growing to -6.

It is possible to remove glasses from a child in the case of myopia only after laser correction, after three years of stabilization without the growth of myopia.


When treating patients with farsightedness, our goal is to remove the child's glasses. And in 95% of cases, we succeed.


In 95% of cases, we succeed in achieving a high visual acuity and cancel the glasses correction in the case of various types of astigmatism.


The goal of amblyopia treatment is to make the "lazy" eye work, or, as we may call it more correctly, the "weaker" eye, which cannot even see with glasses. When treating amblyopia, we increase the strength of the visual system in terms of the ability to perceive signals coming from the eye through special channels to the centers of visual perception.


Due to correct diagnosis, modern surgery tactics combined with subsequent rehabilitation, we can block nystagmus in the direct position of the eye and significantly increase visual functions in 78% of cases. And this is a very high treatment rate. Moreover, surgical operations are effective in adults as well.

To cure amblyopia means to achieve 100% visual acuity. Is that possible for a child to get rid of glasses? - Yes, 100%. Even in neglected cases in adult patients, when amblyopia has been lasting from childhood, we do manage to cure amblyopia and cancel the glasses correction.

Congenital glaucoma

Congenital glaucoma is one of the most severe types of the pathology of the eye in newborns, which may lead to blindness early.

The disease is relatively rare, 1 case per 10,000 children, but congenital glaucoma caused vision loss in 2.5-7% of blind children, i.e. almost every 10th child goes blind from congenital glaucoma.


Dacryocystitis, or obstruction of the nasolacrimal canal, occurs in 10-15% of newborns; it is one of the most common eye diseases at an early age.

Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a vascular complication of diabetes that leads to complete blindness. This condition develops in the case of both type I and type II diabetes due to the increased fragility of the eye vessels.

Children's cataracts

Cataract is a disease that leads to a marked decrease in vision, and if left untreated, it may cause blindness. In children, cataract is most often a congenital condition, but there are also occasional acquired forms. The congenital form occurs in 1 of 20,000 newborns.

Eyelid ptosis

Ptosis is a fairly common pathology, in which the upper eyelid is drooped. It is caused by a number of reasons and most often affects only the appearance of a person. Although vision issues may not occur, in practice, the pathology creates certain inconveniences for the patient.

Dry eye syndrome

Dry eye syndrome is a quite common condition in the modern world full of gadgets. About 17% of young people suffer from this syndrome.


Chalazion is an inflammation of one of the meibomian glands, the glands inside the eyelid that produces a special secretion. The secretion performs important functions, it is a lipid component of the tear film and it serves as a lubricant for the eyelids.

Partial atrophy of the optic nerve

Partial atrophy of the optic nerve is a dangerous disease that is associated with the death of nerve bundles that transfer information from the eyes to the brain.