Notable achievements of the International Femto-Lasik Center

  • The International Femto-Lasik Center has brought about an internationally acclaimed achievement in the field of vision correction, using Femto-Lasik technology for the fourth time in the space of two years, receiving the certificate of distinction for the year 2014 in recognition of the center having achieved the highest success rate in vision correction by Femto-Smile and Femto-Lasik techniques, as well as Stent implantation treatment of keratoconus, employing the Femto-Smile technique.

  • In September 2013, the International Femto-Lasik Center also received the certificate of distinction, surpassing centers in Europe and the Middle East, for having performed more than 2500 Femto-Smile and Femto-Lasik procedures.

  • The International Femto-Lasik Center also achieved the world’s highest ever rate in the history of  Femto-Smile procedures, being 156 Femto-Smile procedures in one day, with the runner up Korean center only performing 100 such procedures.

    Furthermore, the center is currently employing an innovative procedure-related system, which controls sterilization, as well as the accuracy and speed of entry of patients and data. The center also boasts more than seventy instrument sets, which is the world’s largest number of instrument sets per center.

  • The International Femto-Lasik Center also received certificates of appreciation for the years of 2013 and 2014 for achieving the world’s highest rate in cataract surgery and multifocal IOL implants.

  • First day achievement in terms of  femto smile procedures for athletes on 12/12/2015.

  • The International Femto-Lasik Center also received the certificate of distinction for the year 2015 in recognition of the center having achieved the highest rate in vision correction by Femto-Smile and Femto-Lasik, as well as in Stent implantation treatment of keratoconus, employing the Femto-Smile technique.

  • Performance of Egypt’s first ever femto laser treatment of keratoconus in the presence of anterior lenses in the eye.