Eyes are the most complex organ of our body and cannot renew themselves. Ophthalmology

is a medical specialty that deals with the structure and function of the eyes. Ophthalmologists

are experts at treating eye disorders and disease, laser eye surgery, cataract surgery, blepharoplasty, eyelid surgery, glaucoma treatment, macular degeneration, vitreo-retinal surgery and ocular oncology are common ophthalmology procedures.

The quality of the equipment being used is very important when considering eye surgery abroad. LASIK is a popular treatment in medical tourism, but it is not the only ophthalmologic procedure.

When looking for affordable LASIK or any other cosmetic eye surgery procedure, you can choose Grace Health Tourism Agency. The ophthalmology clinics and hospitals we work with use modern and up to date lasers and offer you very attractive prices.

Available Refractive and Eye Surgery Procedures:

Vitreo-Retinal Surgical procedure Cataract Surgery

Echography Corneal Surgery

Ocular Oncology Eyelid Surgery

Glaucoma Oculoplastic Surgery

Refractive Surgery Optometry

LASIK Blepharoplasty


Eyes are the most expressive organs of our body. Droopy or sagging eyelids often occur as we age and can affect both our vision and appearance. Bags under the eyelids are a common problem too.

The sign of ageing-drooping eyelid (ptosis) can be corrected with aesthetic procedures to regain a more youthful look. Eyelid cosmetic surgery (Blepharoplasty) removes excess skin from the upper eyelids, fat pouches under the eyes and corrects sagging or drooping eyelids to give your eyes and face a young and rejuvenated appearance. Surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia. The operation takes one or two hours under normal circumstances. Sometimes surgery is performed under general anesthesia, particularly if combined with other cosmetic facial procedures. Bruising and swelling are common following surgery and application of cold to the surgical sites is generally recommended following surgery. A postoperative visit is often recommended within the first week or two after surgery.