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February 2017: Dr. Michel Pop withdraws from the RAMQ. The Cliniques Michel Pop become private medical clinics.
February 2017: Intraocular lenses – Fine Vision
February 2017: Lipiscan imaging device – examination of the Meibomian glands
May 2017: Intraocular lenses – Panoptix
August 2017: Optomap imaging device – 3D virtual exam of the ocular fundus without
December 2016: Lipiflow device – allows to unblock Meibonian glands that are clogged, by applying heat and slight pressure to the eyelids
May 2015: Verion
July 2015: Intraocular lenses – Symfony
September 2015: Dr. Sandrine Malaison-Tremblay, Optometrist, joins the Montreal
January 2014: Obtained certification from Accreditation Canada
January 2014: Corneal crosslinking with iontophoresis
June 2014: Vitreolysis to eliminate floaters
October 2013: Inspection by Accreditation Canada
Dr. Michel Pop registers with the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ).
Some of our services are now covered by RAMQ.
Acquisition of the Infiniti Vision System phacoemulsification device for cataract surgery.
Dr. Pop begins offering an innovative treatment for keratoconus with corneal cross-linking and Intacs.
Addition of a new diagnostic device, the OCT (optical coherence tomography) which performs an extremely high-resolution, 3D examination of the eye, retina and optic nerve.
The Cliniques Michel Pop are the first clinics of their kind in Quebec to obtain Centre médical spécialisé (CMS) certification, issued by the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec (Montreal).
Acquisition of the new IntraLase® femtosecond laser technology: the All-laser LASIK. Dr. Pop performs LASIK treatments without using the microkeratome (blade).
Dr. Christian Perreault, ophthalmologist, joins the Cliniques Michel Pop Montreal team.
Correction of presbyopia, thanks to new developments in intraocular lenses.
Launch of an ophthalmology teleconsultation service, the first of its kind in Canada. Dr. Pop is now able to examine his Gatineau patients from his clinic in Montreal.
Acquisition and integration of the new Wavefront technology, also known as HD Excimer laser.
Correction of certain vision problems by intraocular lens implantation: ICL lens (phakic lens)
Opening of a private cataract surgery centre at the Montreal clinic, comprising two operating rooms.
Introduction of LASIK vision correction, a new surgical technique used by Dr. Pop in Montreal and Hull.
Dr. Michel Pop withdraws from the RAMQ to devote himself to his private practice at Cliniques Michel Pop.
A second clinic is established in Montreal. Dr. Pop practises vision correction using the PRK technique with the Excimer laser.
The first Clinique Michel Pop opens its doors in Hull. Dr. Michel Pop corrects a range of vision problems using the PRK technique with the Excimer laser.