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Dr. Holhoș Teodor - Ophthalmic surgeon
I am a friendly, caring and people-loving person. I have always wanted to be able to help those around me. Through my profession I have the opportunity to demonstrate what I want most, to restore health and bring a smile to the faces of those who ask for my help.
6 ophthalmology clinics and 13 medical optics
The first Dr. Holhoș ophthalmology clinic was opened in Alba Iulia in 2011. The Dr. Holhoș network currently includes 6 specialist clinics in Alba Iulia, Turda, Mediaș, Sibiu and the most recent ophthalmology clinic in Cluj-Napoca and 13 medical opticians' practices, being present in Alba, Cluj, Sibiu and Mureș counties.
Equipment

Unique in Romania: The ArcScan Insight® 100 instrument provides anatomical detail to make informed, clinically sound treatment and surgical decisions.

The new MS-39 investigations device is capable of performing complex and detailed corneal investigations required for laser refractive surgery and accurate keratoconus diagnosis.

The Pentacam® AXL Wave, is a unique, revolutionary device that combines, for the first time, multiple types of scanning to provide a complete, detailed image of the cornea and lens.

Revo FC is an all-in-one device that can be used for multiple investigations

The VISUMAX® 800 from ZEISS represents the latest generation of ZEISS femtosecond lasers, offering reduced laser time compared to its predecessors, while SMILE® pro surgery allows us to create a fast and comfortable patient experience.

The platform, available for the first time in the Dr. Holhoș network, offers the possibility to perform complex laser operations, thus covering the full range of laser surgery.

The integrated intraoperative OCT4 images of the ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 allow a clear view of every surgical procedure, helping to achieve excellent results.

Perseus is an endothelial microscope, which offers several types of investigations, used in the diagnosis of corneal dystrophies, degenerative diseases and in the pre- and post-operative evaluation of cataract surgery.

LASER refractive surgery is a treatment method that was developed with the idea of correcting diopters. The surgery can be performed on both eyes in the same session.

Automatic refraction measurement is performed with a precision ophthalmic device, called a refractometer, used to determine dioptric power.

This device is used to examine the fundus.
It is indicated for the diagnosis of retinal and choroidal disorders.

One of the state-of-the-art ophthalmological investigations that allows early diagnosis, targeted treatment and proper follow-up of a wide range of eye disorders.

The computerized perimeter is a modern diagnostic tool for precise and rapid visual field testing that allows reliable and accurate results in any situation.

It’s the newest version of a high-resolution ultrasound scanner. Oculo-orbital ultrasound is a common, painless ultrasound that allows the evaluation of the soft tissues of the eye socket, of the eye as a whole, but also of the various ocular structures.

Allows the representation of the fundus. Angiofluorography (AFG) is a method of recording the retinal vascular system using sodium fluorescein as contrast agent.

Corneal topography consists of a computerized map by scanning the surfaces of the cornea (anterior and posterior). It uses Placido disk technology which provides sub-micron accuracy.

Laser treatments for secondary cataract, diabetic retinopathy or glaucoma are short procedures that are performed with local anesthesia and pupil dilation drops.

The VegaCBM x-linker is a single LED UV device for cross-linking. The integrated video camera and on-screen guided procedure make the device unique on the market.

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Surgeries

SMILE PRO is the second generation of SMILE surgeries. Following the success of RelEx SMILE, Zeiss has developed the next level of this technology.

RelEx SMILE laser surgery is the most up-to-date technique for reducing diopters, which can be performed with the Carl Zeiss Meditec VisuMax femtolaser laser.

The FemtoLASIK surgery is part of the suite of refractive surgeries available in the Dr. Holhoș network, and is part of the 2nd generation of laser surgeries.

Excimer Laser Diopter Reduction surgery is for those who want to get rid of glasses and have been diagnosed with myopia, astigmatism, myopia and myopic astigmatism, hypermetropia.

Presbyopia is an age-related disorder that makes it more difficult to see nearby objects.

High diopters (myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism or presbyopia) can be corrected with a lens implant. The procedure is similar to cataract surgery, except that in this case the lens is replaced before the cataract appears.

Lens implant surgery (cataract surgery) is necessary for people with cataract and is the only method of treatment. Find out what the surgery involves and what the consequences are.

The eye is a very complex organ, the component parts working as a whole so that we can see. The center of the eyeball contains vitreous fluid, a clear gel that maintains the spherical shape of the eyeball.

The vitreous body is located in the center of the eyeball, between the lens and the retina, and appears as a “gel”. A healthy vitreous is completely transparent allowing light to reach the retina without any problems, resulting in a clear vision.

Retinal membranes are diseases of the interface area between the back of the vitreous and the central area of the retina, the macula; they are characterized by the appearance of a translucent “sheet” in this area, which pulls and folds the macula, thus affecting the retinal cells and causing specific symptoms.

Glaucoma is a chronic, bilateral eye disorder characterized by progressive destruction of the fibers of the optic nerve, the nerve responsible for transmitting information from the eye to the brain. Learn more about glaucoma surgery.

Pterygium is a triangular extension of the degenerated bulbar conjunctiva (the transparent sheet above the eyeball) over the edge of the cornea.

Crosslinking surgery is the procedure used for patients with Keratoconus, a disorder in which the cornea is deformed.

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Diseases

Nystagmus is the eye condition where the eyes make repetitive and uncontrollable movements. Discover other symptoms and treatment options.

Color vision deficiency, also known as dyschromatopsia, is a general term referring to various vision disorders characterized by a deficiency in color perception.

“Flying flies” are most often harmless and represent a normal stage in the aging process. Find out what the causes are and how you can reduce the symptoms.

Ocular allergies occur as a reaction of the body to an allergen, causing inflammation and itching in the eyes. The most common ocular allergies are seasonal.

Ophthalmic migraine is most common in the 40s. It manifests itself in visual impairment and even temporary blindness.

Keratitis, also known as “corneal ulcer”, is an inflammation of the cornea. If detected early, the ophthalmological disorder is easy to treat and heals quickly.

Diplopia is an ophthalmological disease in which you see two images of the same thing. The condition can affect anyone, but is more common after the age of 60.

Xanthelasma is a member of the xanthomas family and represents fatty deposits in the skin cells around the eyes. It is visible as yellow, harmless bumps.

Colorblind people perceive colors differently from most people. Most of the time, this ophthalmological disorder makes it difficult to distinguish between certain colors.

Epiphora is an ophthalmological disorder manifested by excessive tearing of the eyes. Most of the time, it is not severe and disappears on its own. However, if you are experiencing this and the problem persists, we recommend that you make an appointment for an ophthalmological examination. Treatment can be different, depending on the cause of the epiphora.

If you notice a yellow spot on the white of your eye, you are most likely dealing with pinguecula. The ophthalmological disorder is not severe, but the symptoms can be uncomfortable. Find out how to treat pinguecula and, more importantly, how you can prevent it.

Entropion is the ophthalmological disorder in which the eyelid of the eye turns inwards. It is different from ectropion, where the eyelid turns outwards. It most often occurs in older people and usually only affects the lower eyelid.

It is possible that you may also be experiencing ocular toxoplasmosis without knowing it. This retinal disorder is extremely common in our century and is manifested by eye discomfort and blurred vision.

Ectropion is the ophthalmic disorder in which the eyelid and eyelashes pull away from the cornea, and reorient outwards.

One of the most common types of headache is headache of ocular origin. It occurs as a result of an ophthalmological disorder.

Blepharitis is an ophthalmological disorder that manifests itself by inflammation of the eyelids. At the base of the eyelids, the patient notices small crusts formed by solidified oil particles or bacteria that collect in the crease at the corner of the eye.

Uveitis is an ophthalmological disorder of the uveal tract, manifested by changes in vision and eye pain.

Among the most common ophthalmological disorders is hordeolum. This is popularly known as an “stye” and is an infection of the eyelids.

The drooping eyelid is known in medical terms as “palpebral ptosis”. It manifests itself by narrowing the visual slit of one or both eyes, creating aesthetic and functional discomfort.

Amblyopia is a vision problem, popularly known as “lazy eye”. This disorder can occur in one or both eyes, and studies show that around 3% of the population suffer from this eye disease.

The sensation of “dry eyes” or “tired eyes” is known in medical terms as “dry keratoconjunctivitis” or “xerophthalmia”, and refers to a dysfunction of the tear film.

Strabismus, also known as “crossed-eyes” or “crossed vision”, is an ophthalmological disorder in which the visual axis of the eyes is not aligned. This causes one eye to deviate when it needs to look at a fixed point.

Conjunctivitis is one of the most common ophthalmological disorders. It can occur in adults, children and babies.

Chalazion is manifested by inflammation of the upper or lower eyelid. It is one of the most common ophthalmological disorders, and occurs when the secretion of sebaceous glands in the eye is blocked.

Macular degeneration involves deterioration of the macula and therefore of the quality of central vision. This disease does not affect peripheral vision and therefore cannot lead to complete blindness.

Hypermetropia affects the ability to see nearby objects. You may be able to see distant objects clearly, but closer objects, even words in a book, are usually out of focus. Hypermetropia occurs when the eye does not focus light properly on the retina (the light-sensitive layer at the back of the eye).

Myopia is a disorder that falls into the category of refractive errors (along with astigmatism and hypermetropia). In common terms, myopia manifests itself as blurred distance vision, while near vision is not a problem.

Astigmatism, like myopia and hypermetropia, is a refractive error. In general terms, the disorder manifests itself in blurred, fuzzy vision, regardless of the distance to objects, surfaces.

Presbyopia is an age-related disorder characterized by decreased near vision. It usually appears around the age of 40.

Cataract is a common ophthalmological disorder that causes progressive loss of vision through loss of lens transparency. Studies show that about 50% of the population loses their vision due to this disorder.

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A patient who cancels a consultation or surgery appointment once, at least one day prior to the scheduled appointment, has the right to a second appointment under the same conditions.
If the patient cancels the second consultation and/or surgery appointment, a new appointment can be made only if the patient accepts to pay for both the consultation and the surgery in advance. This can be done either by payment order or in cash at the clinic reception.
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