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About Us

Retina Specialists are physicians, administrators, and staff dedicated to the highest grade of eye care provided in a friendly, emphatic, and professional atmosphere. We take pride in helping our patients to restore their sight, guard their vision, and minimize any loss of vision.

 

Dedicated to providing the highest quality care in diseases of the macula, retina, and vitreous, our doctors employ the latest knowledge, research, and equipment to treat, monitor, and prevent a variety of disorders. We often provide second and third opinions for many patients seeking the best outcome for their condition. We also provide international consultations for patients around the world.

Our collaboration with colleagues in California area enhances the quality and management of retinal disorders. For more information about our office and the services we offer, please call us at  or visit our contact  page.

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Frequently Asked Questions

- What is Age-Related Macular Degeneration
10. What is Age-Related Macular Degeneration? Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a breakdown of the macula, which is located in the center of the retina, and provides sharp central vision that is necessary for reading, driving and other imp...
- What is Diabetic Retinopathy
9. What is diabetic retinopathy? Diabetic retinopathy is an eye disease that damages the blood vessels in the retina. People with Type I and Type II diabetes can experience diabetic retinopathy. In advanced stages, diabetic retinopathy can cause b...
- How are Vitreo-Retinal Problems Treated
8. How are vitreo-retinal problems treated? Retinal tears and detachment, eye disease and trauma can cause vision loss. Fortunately, surgery and lasers can be used to treat most conditions before vision gets worse.
- Who are at Risk for Retinal Detachments
7. Who are at risk for retinal detachments? People over 40 are more likely to experience retinal detachment. Previous retinal detachment, a family history of retinal detachment, and extreme nearsightedness can also put you at a higher risk.
- What are Floaters
6. What are floaters? Floaters are small specks of debris that move in and out of your field of vision.
- What is retinal detachment
5. What is retinal detachment? Retinal detachment occurs when the retina separates or pulls away from the back of the eye. This can happen when vitreous liquid seeps through a small tear or hole in the retina and builds up under the retina. As vit...
- What is the vitreous
4. What is the vitreous? The vitreous is a thick gel-like substance that fills most (80%) of the eye. It helps maintain the round shape of the eye. It contains fibers that are attached to the retina.
- FAQ’S-When Should an Adult’s Eyes be Examined
2. When should an adult’s eyes be examined? We recommend adult examinations of the eyes be performed on a regular basis. Below is a chart with a recommended time line of how often an adult should receive an eye examination. Ages 20-39 Every thre...
- FQAS – How Does An Eye Work
1. How does the eye work? When you take a picture with a camera, the lens in the front of the camera allows light to pass through and focus that light on the film that covers the back side of the camera. A picture is taken when the light hits the ...
- What is a Vitreoretinal specialist
3. What is a Vitreoretinal specialist? Vitreoretinal specialists treat eye diseases that affect the back of the eye, such as retinal detachment, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. Our surgeons have received a medical degree and comple...

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