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In our day-to-day hectic lives, few of us understand and remember that, arguably, the most important and the most rewarding interface with the world, for any living creature, is the gift of vision. “A picture is worth a thousand words.” The continuous, dynamic picture of our world supplied by our gift of vision is worth millions of words, and sounds. In helping us to understand and function every day, the eye is an almost miracle, it has no equal. We rely on vision so much that we can take it for granted – as a given. Until there is a problem, and then there is panic. That’s why it is so important to take care of our vision – our eyes; to obtain regular examinations in a timely manner. And, at the first, even slightest hint of a problem, to immediately see a doctor and get help..

In Intermedcenter we understand this completely. We can provide you with the following services to protect your vision:

  • Full diagnostic evaluation of eye problems using computer equipment, ultrasound, and the very best trained eye specialists
  • Vision correction for adults and children
  • Monitoring and treatment of progressive shortsightedness; the same for the changes accompanying the aging process
  • Treatment of inflammatory diseases for all compartments and components of the eye and the eyelids - including culture for bacterial flora
  • Vision screening and diagnostics for infants
  • Glaucoma diagnosis and monitoring
  • Demodex® research
  • Chalazion injections
  • Corneal foreign body removal
  • Glasses and lenses selection


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