Gyermekszemészet

Pediatric Ophthalmology

Children are often unable to indicate that they cannot see properly, because they assume it’s natural. This is why it is very important to recognize any problem with your child’s vision in time. In most cases, parents or teachers notice that the child squints a lot or sits closer and closer to the board. Regular screening helps detect vision disorders that appear without symptoms.

When should you turn to a pediatric ophthalmologist? 

  • Ophthalmological screening at the age of 1, 3 and 6 years
  • If your child doesn’t react to light or recognize familiar faces
  • Small children: lots of blinking, frequent headaches, frequent squinting, leaning close to toys
  • School-age children experiencing difficulties reading, writing or studying
  • Eyes are often red, or if there is recurring discharge in the corner of the eyes
  • Crossed or uncoordinated eyes

Examinations available in our office:

  • Visual acuity test (near, defined distance and distant visual acuity)
  • Computerized visual acuity determination
  • Subjective visual acuity determination
  • Color vision tests
  • Fundus oculi examination
  • Direction and value of the strabismus angle, diopter measurements with dilated pupil

Our office is the only place in the country offering strabismus surgery as a one-day procedure for little children. The procedure is performed by Patricia Domsa, M.D., our pediatric ophthalmologist.

Our doctors:

Kusnyerik Ákos
Ophthalmologist
Monday:
Tuesday:
On sabbatical leave.
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Custom consulting hours:
Kóthy Péter
Ophthalmologist
Monday:
17:30-20:00
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
17:00 - 20:00
Thursday:
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Saturday:
Custom consulting hours:
Körtvélyes Judit
Ophthalmologist
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
every 2nd week 9:00 - 13:00
Thursday:
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Saturday:
Custom consulting hours: