The Connected Practice:
“Connectedness” defines how we care for our patients and how we interact
with the local medical and world scientific communities.
What Is a Retina?
The purpose and function of the retina.
RETINA DETACHMENT REPAIR:
Standard and complex retinal detachment surgery.
Repair of macular holes, epimacular membranes (“macular pucker”) and vitreous traction.
DIABETIC RETINOPATHY SURGERY:
Surgery for diabetic eye hemorrhages, retinal detachments and macular edema.
DISLOCATED LENS IMPLANTS:
Surgery for displaced implants that need to be repositioned or replaced.
SURGERY FOR UVEITIS:
For complications of severe eye inflammation in which medical treatment is insufficient.
EYE INJURIES REPAIR:
Primary and secondary surgery for severe injuries to the globe.
GENERAL VITREOUS AND RETINA SURGERY:
Miscellaneous situations that require vitrectomy surgery.
LASER PHOTOCOAGULATION FOR RETINA DISEASES:
For macular diseases and ischemic diseases of the retina (e.g., diabetes, vein occlusions).
Introduction of medications into the eye for treatment of many eye conditions.
PEDIATRIC RETINAL SURGERY
The delicate handling of pediatric retinal surgery to improve damage from birth defects, injury, etc.
Our personalized approach in improving not only vision, but independence.