Future in Fertility has already come! Natural. Simple. Effective. ZyMot devices collect the best-performing sperm for use in ART procedures, which can lead to better patient outcomes. ZyMot devices prepare motile sperm from semen for use in ICSI, IUI and IVF procedures. These FDA and CE approved devices are the first of their kind
Crete Fertility Centre offers for 27 years continuous successes in the field of IVF. Check our latest video and don't forget: The dream of motherhood comes true in Crete Fertility Centre!
The scientific director of Crete Fertility Centre, Mattheos Fraidakis, attended the 35th Annual Meeting of the European Community of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) held in Vienna on June 23-26, aiming in providing information on the latest developments in human reproduction. During the sessions of the conference, Mattheos Fraidakis met with well-known colleagues and associates
Italian couples have high in their preferences the Crete Fertility Centre. Lovely photos from a baby angel in Italy whose parents came in Crete Fertility Centre two years ago, wishing us the best!
The miracle of motherhood has no borders.Family: GermanAccommodation: AustraliaThey came three years ago at Crete Fertility Centre and the arrival of their babies was the ultimate gift for them!Three years later, gratitude and joy are fully reflected in their faces and at the wishes of those people who have trusted us.
One more birth for people from France who trusted Crete Fertility Centre! Your trust makes us more confident to continue spreading smiles!
The scientific director of Crete Fertility Centre, Mattheos Fraidakis participated at the 26th World Congress of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility (COGI) which was held from 23rd to 25th November in London, chairing 3 sessions titled: ART / IVF, FETOMATERNAL MEDICINE, FETOMATERNAL MEDICINE, where the latest developments on human assisted reproduction discussed.
Dr Matthaios Fraidakis, scientific director of Crete Fertility Centre, will participate in the annual conference of the Foundation for Reproductive Medicine, which will be held from 15-18 November in New York, USA. The purpose of the conference is to highlight new developments in human assisted reproduction and to evaluate new clinical techniques. Participation in international