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The eyes are organs of the visual system that react to light and allow vision. The eye includes a number of components such as the cornea, iris, pupil, lens, retina, macula, optic nerve, choroid, and vitreous. All these components work together to make vision possible.

The eyes are the most important organs of sense and are considered the most significant element of beauty on every face. However, there are some factors such as aging and heredity which make the eyes look old and not so attractive.

Eye surgery also called ocular surgery is an operation on the eye or its adnexa which will be performed by an ophthalmologist. As you know, the eye is the window of the body and a very fragile and sensitive organ that demands more care before, during, and after surgery to minimize the side effects of the operation and prevent further damages.

Eye surgery in Iran is very easy and widely developed in using the latest techniques, high professional surgeons and ophthalmologists, and modern equipment which all these advantages help minimize the risks of an operation. It is important to know that a local anesthetic is essential for eye surgery as the eye is totally supplied by nerves.

Eye surgeries in Iran include Lasik, Cataract, Strabismus, and Corneal Transplant Surgery.

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