Dr. Ramy Riad,  

Consultant Ophthalmologist

 

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in Ophthalmology, bestowed by Royal College of Surgeons of the United Kingdom.

 

Holder of Doctorate Degree (MD) and Master’s Degree in Ophthalmology from Cairo University.

 

Trained at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ School of Medicine (St. Thomas’ Hospital) in UK and Louisiana State University Eye Center in the USA.

 

Member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.

 

Lecturer of Ophthalmology at Kasr El-Ainy School of Medicine, Cairo University

Dr. Ramy Riad - Consultant Ophthalmologist in Cairo, Egypt

Dr. Ramy Riad, MD

  • Consultant Ophthalmologist
  • Lecturer of Opthalmology, Kasr Al Ainy School of Medicine, Cairo University
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) of the United Kingdom
  • Holder of Doctorate Degree (MD) and Master’s Degree in Ophthalmology from Cairo University
  • Member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Cataract

Cataract is becoming increasingly more common, especially among older people. It causes cloudy vision and the appearance of halo-like glow around cars headlights or lamp posts. Check out our Cataract page and read more about treatment options.

LASIK surgery

Reshaping the cornea with laser is the latest technology used to correct errors of refraction permanently and eliminate dependency on eyewear. Check out our LASIK surgery page and find out more on how LASIK can change the quality of your life.

Errors of refraction

Blurry vision, headaches, and eye strain and fatigue are all symptoms of an error of refraction. Explore the different types of refractive errors at our Errors of Refraction page and learn how we can help you correct them.

Phakic IOLs

Inserting a man-made lens between the cornea and the iris is another technique to correct an error of refraction. Visit our Phakic IOL page and explore the advantages of lens implantation surgery.

Corneal transplantation (keratoplasty)

Removing and replacing all or a part of damaged cornea can be used to restore or significantly improve the visual function and treat severe infection or damage. Visit our Corneal Transplantation page and learn more about the surgery.

Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a condition where there is progressive thinning of the cornea that results in it taking an abnormal conical shape which may affect vision. Learn more about keratoconus and its treatments.

Contact

Address: 102B Merghany Street, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt.

 

Telephone: (+202) 24146404

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