At Vavilova Medical Center,
our Оphthalmologist-surgeon
provides a range of
specialized services to
improve your vision
and eye health.
Dr. Antonis Glykeriou
Ophthalmologist Surgeon

Dr. Antonis Glykeriou Ophthalmologist and Surgeon of Vavilova Medical Center.
He received his General and Pediatric Ophthalmological examination, amblyopia treatment, Cataract surgery, PRK, Lasik, implantable contact lenses (ICL) or clear lens replacement
Dr. Antonis Glykeriou graduated from the Pancyprian High School in 1981 and after completing his military duties he studied at the Medical School of the University of Moscow where in 1991 he received his medical degree.
He then specialized for four years in Ophthalmology and Ocular Microsurgery until 1995, at various Clinical Hospitals of the same faculty.
From 1995 until the end of 2008, he lived in Moscow and worked as an Ophthalmic Surgeon in the areas of corneal treatment, anterior and posterior segment (retinal) diseases, cataract refractive surgery and glaucoma, as well as Pediatric Ophthalmology.
Dr. Antonis Glykeriou has received postgraduate degrees in:
Pediatric Ophthalmology at the Pediatric School of the Russian National Medical Research University (Pirogov), Moscow.
Laser treatment methods in ophthalmology at the Russian Research Institute for Eye Diseases(Krasnov), Moscow.

Dr Glykeriou provides his services in Russian, Greek, and English languages.
Dr. Antonis Glykeriou
Dr. Antonis Glykeriou
Range of abilities:

  • General inspection
  • Pediatric ophthalmological examination, treatment of amblyopia
  • Cataract surgery, phacoemulsification
  • Refractive surgery to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism
  • Presbyopia treatment with Monovision
  • Cross-linking treatment of keratoconus
  • Pharmaceutical and Surgical treatment of glaucoma
  • Diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases
  • Micro-operations to remove chalazions, pterygiums, xanthelasmas

When to see a doctor?

Changes in vision

If you notice changes in your vision, such as blurriness, double vision, loss of peripheral vision, or the appearance of dark spots, it could be a sign of serious eye problems.

Pain or discomfort

Any pain, discomfort, or feeling of pressure in the eyes could indicate an infection, inflammation, or other issues.

Redness or irritation of the eyes

This could be caused by allergies, infection, or other issues that require treatment.

Eye trauma or injury

Any eye injuries, such as bruises, cuts, or other traumas, should be evaluated promptly by an ophthalmologist.

Other medical conditions

Some medical conditions, such as arthritis, can also affect eye health, so it's important to discuss your symptoms with a specialist.