I am an ophthalmologist Takashi Kojima. Eyes deal with a lot of information in the sensory organs of the body. In addition, a very sensitive sensory nerve exists around the cornea of ocular surface. For this reason, eyesight may be deteriorated due to various eyes diseases, and daily living may become difficult due to pain and discomfort. I am a specialist on the ocular surface and have been deeply involved in cornea, refractive surgery and cataract surgery. I take my previous experience to think about helping many patients improve the visual function. In addition, I am performing basic research and clinical research so that our research can contribute to the understanding of disease and development of ophthalmological fields even a little.
Graduation of Tokai high school, Nagoya
Graduation of department of medicine, Nagoya University
Ophthalmology resident, Chukyo Hospital, Nagoya
Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Harvard University
University of Illinois at Chicago
Ph.D. degree in Keio University School of Medicine
Director of ophthalmology department, Japanese Red Cross Gifu Hospital
Associate professor, Department of Ophthalmology, Keio University School of Medicine
Chief ophthalmologist, ocular surface and refractive surgery outpatient clinic, Nagoya Eye Clinic
Visiting doctor, Japanese Red Cross Gifu Hospital
Visiting professor, Dalian Medical University, Dalian, China
Doctor of Medicine, Certified ophthalmologist, ICL expert instructor, Trabectome instructor
Experience of ophthalmic surgery: Up to now, over 5,000 cataract surgeries, 1000 or more pterygium surgery and more than 300 corneal transplant surgeries.
Specialized in ocular surface treatment, cataract treatment and refractive surgery.
For cataract treatment, surgery aiming at providing a more comfortable vision after surgery has become the major trend rather than just removing the cloudiness of lens. In order to perform safe and reliable surgery, we select surgical options according to the patient's cataract condition. We can choose intraocular lenses with astigmatism correction and multifocal multifocal intraocular lenses according to the patient's lifestyle. I am also performing laser cataract surgery.
If keratoconus develops and progresses in younger age, social life will also be affected. We are focusing on reliable progression preventive treatment by corneal crosslinking and vision correction using special contact lenses. In addition, Boston lenses (PROSE), miniscleral lens, hybrid contact lens, intracorneal ring surgery, and corneal transplantation therapy are also available for those who do not meet conventional contact lenses.
Contact lens trouble
Patients tried the contact lens, but it does not suit easily. Contact lenses are hard to use with dry eyes. Patients have been able to use contact lenses so far without problems, but recently they can not be used for a long time. Some patients are not satisfied with their vision in contact lens. I will investigate and solve the causes of problems related to contact lenses discomfort and vision problems.
Hospital and Clinic (Overseas)
TEL: +86-411-8689-9822 | FAX: +86-411-8689-9833
Treatment option: Cataract surgery, ICL surgery
Bolor Melmii Eye Hospital
2nd khoroo, Seoul Street # 36/3
Bolor Melmii Eye Hospital Building
TEL: (976)-11-315409 | FAX: (976)-11-326973
Treatment option: Cataract surgery, ICL surgery, Keratoplasty, PTK
Hospital and Clinic (Japan)
Nagoya Eye Clinic
Meitetsu KanayamaBuild. 3F, 25-1 25-1 Namiyose-cho, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Japan
Treatment option：Cataract surgery with various type of IOL, Cornea transplant day surgery, pterygium surgery, laser conjunctival nevus treatment, LASIK, SMILE, ICL, PTK laser treatment for corneal cloudiness, Various treatments for keratoconus including crosslinking, intracorneal ring, PROSE, hybrid contact lens.
Japanese Red Cross Gifu Hospital
3-36 Iwakuracho, Gifu, Gifu, 502-8511, Japan
Treatment option：Cataract surgery, corneal transplant（hospitalization), pterygium surgery, corneal crosslinking and RGP fitting for keratoconus
We are currently very crowded, so we are sorry but we are prioritizing referral patients. If you wish to have an early examination please have a letter of introduction at your nearest eye clinic.