dr. Carmen Toma

Dr. Carmen Toma


Specialty: Ophthalmology

Professional rank: Consultant Ophthalmologist

Competences: Laser therapy and Eye and orbit ultrasound

Higher education:

  • in 2013, she obtained her qualification of consultant ophthalmologist;
  • in 2005, she obtained her qualification of specialist ophthalmologist;
  • 2000 – 2005, resident ophthalmologist at Bucharest SCUMC;
  • 1997 – 2000, resident family physician at SUB.
  • Graduate of the Cluj-Napoca “Iuliu Hatieganu” Faculty of Medicine, class of 1995.

Postgraduate education:

  • 2006 – 2010 doctoral studies at the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, on the subject of “Therapeutic Strategies in Retinal Vein Thrombosis”

Professional experience and evolution:

  • Specialty consultations
  • Procedures: Fluorescein angiography (FAG), OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography), anterior segment OCT (Vizante), HRT (Heidelberg Retina Tomography), automated perimetry (visual field test), specular microscopy, pachymetry, corneal topography and laser therapy: capsulotomy, iridectomy, trabeculoplasty (ALT, SELECTA), retinal photocoagulation, cyclophotocoagulation.
  • Surgical interventions: Anterior segment surgery: cataract (phacoemulsification), pterygium, glaucoma (trabeculectomy) and vitreo-retinal surgery: DR, MER, GM, hemophthalmos (intraocular hemorrhage), dislocated eye lens (lens luxation), intravitreal injections Triamcinolone, Avastin, etc.

Member in national and international medical scientific societies:

  • Romanian College of Physician;
  • Romanian Society of Ophthalmology.

Scientific activity:

  • SOE Lecture: “When Vegf is excessive or deficient”, October 2006, Sinaia.

Important publications: Articles published in specialty magazines or communicated in meetings, congresses and national conferences

  • “PVR surgery”, Bucharest, 2012;
  • “Age-related macular degeneration – therapeutic modalities”, Bucharest, 2011;
  • “Macular edema”, Oftalmologia issue 2, 2010;
  • “Soft cataract, approach and solution issues”, Sinaia, 2005;
  • “Proliferative vitreoretinopathy”, Oftalmologia issue 3, 2004;


  • Award for the best work by a young specialist ophthalmologist, the Fifth National Congress of Ophthalmology, Sinaia, October 2006.

Foreign languages: English and French