Dr. Tarek Ibrahim, MD, PhD, FICO (Hon.), ITMD is the co-founder and the Head Of Cornea & Refractive Unit at Eye Consultants Center in Dubai Healthcare City.
Dr. Tarek is one of the region’s most respected refractive and cataract surgeons, with a strong reputation of excellence that extends from his esteemed patients to Ophthalmologists throughout the medical community.
Dr. Tarek, MD & Ph.D. from Complutence University, Madrid, Spain, is the author and co-author of 4 books in Ophthalmic Research and Clinical Studies and the winner of the Spanish national prize of Ophthalmology (Chibret) for best research.
Recognized as a leader in his industry, Dr. Tarek is a certified surgeon instructor & worldwide nomogram Advisor for additional technology. In addition to the postgraduate courses “Clinical Research” and “Leadership in healthcare”, Medical Culture and Communication at Michener Institute, Toronto; he has completed his Residency and Fellowship in the University hospital LA FE, Valencia, Spain. He worked as Cornea & Refractive Surgery Consultant, then Chief of Cornea & Refractive Surgery as well as the Medical Director for 12 years in the JCI accredited Magrabi Eye Hospital.
Accolades from peers in the medical community and patients have brought Dr. Tarek numerous awards and recognition, including Spanish National Prize Best Thesis Award; Certificate of Appreciation for leadership during “JCI Accreditation”; recognition as certified surgeon instructor from Addition Technology, Des Plaines III, Inc. California, USA.
Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
- Lasik, Epilasik and Ultralasik, Eye Surgery
- Corneal surgery: corneal transplantation, penetrating and partial thickness.
- Keratoconus surgery: Corneal cross linking, Corneal inlays and vision correction.
- Corneal Laceration Repair
- Phakic IOL / Aphakic IOL
- Cataract surgery, Phacoemulsication and Implantation of premium trifocal Intraocular lens.
- Glaucoma Surgery, Laser and Filtering.
His work on Femtosecond laser technology in both Cataract & LASIK as well as his combined technique in correcting Keratoconus has had a lot of success. Citation: Tarek Ibrahim et al. 2017. The Role of Iris Color in Femtosecond Laser-Induced Miosis in Patients Undergoing Cataract Surgery. Ann Clin Opthamol. 2017 1(1) 1001. Effect of femtosecond laser on efficiency of cataract surgery in public setting. Ibrahim, Tarek et al. Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology , Volume 53 , Issue 1 , 56 – 59 Femto-second laser (FSL) techniques and consistency in corneal surgery: experimental study Ibrahim, Tarek et al. Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology , Volume 53 , Issue 4 , 324 – 329 He is a member of the patient care Committee, Partners Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA as well as an International Reviewer of “Refractive Surgery Journal”, Atlanta, USA.