Information About Retina Services

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Flashes and floaters can impair your vision by making it appear as if you are seeing specks, lines, clouds, or blinking in your line of vision.

A retinal tear or detachment occurs when the vitreous gel in the eye peels away from the retina too quickly, potentially causing damage to the eye.

Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition that commonly occurs in diabetics and affects the blood vessels of the retina, causing leaking and swelling.

Macular degeneration is a condition that occurs in the center part of the retina (the macula), which can cause vision loss if not treated properly.

Retinal injections are used to treat a number of retinal conditions, preventing further vision loss and in some cases, improving related symptoms.

AREDS is an ocular vitamin solution that can help slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration in individuals in the intermediate phase.

Retinal laser therapy is used to protect your vision by sealing the retina and preventing new blood vessels from growing and potentially leaking.

Vitrectomy is a retina surgery that involves removing the vitreous gel of the eye to treat conditions of the retina, allowing them to heal fully.

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