Matthias Maus was born on July 13, 1956 in Krefeld. He studied medicine in Cologne, Vienna, Stellenbosch and Harvard. He completed his clinical education in Dortmund.
In 1991 he settled down as an operating ophthalmologist in the center of Cologne. In 1995 he founded together with Dr. Thomas Heiser, the Eye Center Mouse + Heiser, to be able to offer patients the entire spectrum of refractive surgery. He headed the refractive laser surgery division.
In 2007 he took over the sole management of the center, which now operates under the eye center mouse.
Matthias Maus is one of the first ophthalmologists in Germany who have devoted themselves very early and intensively to the refractive power-changing laser surgery. He now has the experience of more than 35,000 successful LASIK operations.
Since 1992 Mr. Maus has been working worldwide as an international LASIK trainer. In this role, he trains ophthalmologists both theoretically and practically in various methods of refractive laser surgery.
In 1992 he founded Visumed, the first and largest chain of eye laser centers in Germany to date, which he sold to Optical Express in 2007.
In 1992, he was a founding member of the Refractive Surgery Commission (KRC), which sets and controls quality and safety standards for refractive surgery and is responsible for the continuous training of your users.
From 1996 to 2003 he was a member of an international research group involved in the development of the most advanced laser system, the WaveLight Allegretto. The data collected at our center contributed significantly to regulatory approval by the US FDA. This constant research allows us permanent access to the latest technologies.
From 2000 to 2007 he was a member of the Management Board of Visumed AG.
Since 2003 he has been world ambassador for Alcon / Wavelight Laser Technologie AG.
Since 2003, Matthias Maus is Medical Advisory Board of the charitable organization "Vision for the World", which has set itself the goal of improving the care of serious eye diseases in developing countries in cooperation with medical professionals and industrial partners.
From 2005 to 2009 he was Medical Adviser to Real Eyes AG.
Matthias Maus regularly holds scientific lectures at the most important international congresses and is a member of many German and international specialist societies:
The classic LASIK treatment has been used successfully worldwide for over 20 years to correct myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. Since then, more than 85 million people have been treated.
Our ophtalmological center sehkraft specializes in individual femto-LASIK. The team around Matthias Maus has performed more than 35,000 interventions since 1991. Due to our technological equipment, we are able to make corrections that are not possible in other centers.
The treatment spectrum we offer is only available twice worldwide. It allows the correction of myopia to -12dpt, hyperopia to +6 dpt and astigmatism to 6 dpt, often over it. Worldwide, there are only a few centers that work at this level.
Refractive lens exchange is an excellent option for people who are not fit for LASIK because of severe ametropia or contra-indications, but who still want to be independent of glasses or contact lenses, or for patients who want simultaneous correction of ametropia and presbyopia.
Replacing the natural eye lens with a slightly smaller artificial lens is the most common and successful treatment in ophthalmic surgery. Thus, the procedure is extremely safe and standardized.
Phake lenses are implanted to preserve the body's own lens and are an option for people whose lens has not yet lost the ability to accommodate and who are not fit for LASIK due to severe ametropia or contraindications. With these lenses we can precisely correct myopia up to -18.0 dioptres, hyperopia up to +10.0 diopters and, in the toric variant, additionally astigmatism up to -6.0 dioptres.
With this method, the contact lens, which permanently corrects your refractive error, is not placed on the cornea as usual, but is implanted directly into the eye. Since your natural eye lens is preserved, the ability of the eye to adapt to near objects (accommodation) also continues to function.