1998 – Inauguration of the surgery room and commencement of surgical activity by the use of the ultra-modern Alcon – Legacy phacoemulsifier for the cataract surgery
2000 – Dr. Mircea Filip becomes Lecturer at UMF, Carol Davila Bucharest
2002 – Lecturer Dr. Mircea Filip begins Laser Excimer Surgery at the Ophthalmology Clinic of the Central Military Hospital of Bucharest
2005 – the start of refractive surgery, diopter reduction surgeries, with Mel70 Excimer laser, produced by Zeiss, at our new surgery center in Str. Bihor Nr. 39
2005 – multifocal artificial lens Restor begin to be used
2006 – Conf. Dr. Mircea Filip and Dr. Andrei Filip devoted themselves exclusively to private medicine
2008 – introducing for the first time in Romania the GDx equipment, a modern device for the early detection of glaucoma produced by Carl Zeiss Meditech
2008 – initiating operations with the ATLisa artificial multifocal lens, produced by Zeiss. It allows patients to see without glasses at any distance
2008 – Conf. Dr. Mircea Filip is chosen „Fellow of European Board of Ophthalmology”
2011 – At the anniversary of 20 years, the start of the social program through which 20 patients are treated and operated free of charge each year at the clinic
2012 – Inauguration of the new surgical center located in Str. Bihor Nr. 39, equipped with state-of-the-art technology
2012 – equipping the clinic with the biometer IOL Master 500, Carl Zeiss Meditech
2012 – launching for the first time in Romania, in our clinic, through Dr. Andrei Filip, the artificial enVista toric lens from the American company Bausch & Lomb. This hydrophobic lens is for patients with astigmatism
2012 – Introduction of Stellaris phacoemulsifier for cataract surgery, equipment produced by the American company Bausch & Lomb
2012 – Launching and implanting, for the first time, exclusively at the Ama Optimex Clinic, the ATLisa TRI artificial multifocal lens TRI from Carl Zeiss Meditec, Germany
2012 – Conf. Dr. Mircea Filip is chosen President of the Romanian Society of Ophthalmology
2013 – Conf. Dr. Mircea Filip becomes International Counselor of the French Society of Ophthalmology
2014 – Conf. Dr. Mircea Filip is chosen Honorary Member of the Hungarian Society of Ophthalmology
2014 – Starts the partnership with the European Medicover Group. Medicover patients are treated in the clinics within the network by the medical teams of the Ama Optimex Clinic. In Medicover clinics in Victoria, Pipera and Plevnei there are opened 3 Optic Shops “8ik of Ama Optimex”
2014 – Ama Optimex is selected for the introduction on the Romanian market of the VisuMax femtolaser, produced by Carl Zeiss Meditec. This femtolaser allows us to perform the SMILE technique and to reduce myopia and myopic astigmatism up to -15 combined diopters, myopia up to -10 diopters, myopic astigmatism up to -5 diopters. Thus, Ama Optimex becomes the only clinic in Romania and one of the 3 clinics in Central and Eastern Europe equipped with this device
2015 – Ama Optimex Clinic becomes Preferred Partner of Zeiss on the Romanian market
2015 – Launch of Amblyz electronic glasses exclusively in Romania. Amblyz are the first electronic glasses in the world to treat amblyopia
2016 – The introduction in Romania of the new device for the determination of the visual field: Humphrey Field Analyzer 3 from Zeiss, equipped with a liquid lens that allows the diopter to be changed at the touch of a button
2016 – Dr. Andrei Filip is invited to to be co-author of one instructional course on the Relex SMILE technique at the Congress of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery – ASCRS
2016 – Dr. Andrei Filip Is invited to present his experiences and opinions about the ReLEx SMILE operation at the Symposium organized by ZEISS in the Latin America on “Defining the Future of Refractive Surgery with SMILE” within the Congress of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery – ASCRS
2016 – 25 years anniversary of Ama Optimex
2017 – we have opened the 5th optical shop ”8ik” within Medicover network
History was last modified: May 25th, 2018 by admin
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