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Experience advanced retinal care that safeguards your sight. The ReFocus Eye Health team of specialists meticulously diagnoses and treats various retinal conditions and diseases through innovative techniques. We aim to preserve your vision and enhance your quality of life.

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What is the Retina and How Does it Work?

The retina is a layer of tissue lining the back of your eye, akin to a camera’s film. It captures incoming light and transforms it into electrical signals that your brain interprets as images. This intricate network of cells includes photoreceptors, responsible for detecting light, and specialized nerve cells that transmit visual information.

The retina’s central region, known as the macula, provides sharp, detailed vision necessary for reading, driving, and recognizing faces. This incredible structure is what allows you to experience the world around you.

Retinal Diseases and Conditions

Like any intricate mechanism, the retina can encounter various problems.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Retinal Detachment

Retinal detachment occurs when the retina separates from the oxygen-supplying blood vessels at the back of the eye.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Retinal Holes and Tears

Retinal tears and holes are delicate disruptions in the eye's rear tissue. They can lead to retinal detachment and potential blindness if left untreated.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Retinal Vascular Occlusions

Retinal vascular occlusions, or retinal vein blockages, stem from blood clots obstructing the retinal vein. They’re often linked to conditions like diabetes or high blood pressure.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Diabetic Retinopathy

A complication of diabetes that damages blood vessels in the retina, potentially leading to blindness.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Hypertension Eye Care

Stress on delicate eye vessels due to high blood pressure can harm the retina, impairing its light-to-vision function and risking clear sight.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Macular Degeneration

The central part of the retina deteriorates, impacting sharp central vision.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Macular Pucker

A macular pucker forms scar tissue on the eye's center (macula), leading to blurry vision.

arrow-circle-right-3 arrow-circle-right-3-light Flashes & Floaters

Floaters and flashes are visual phenomena caused by changes in the eye's gel-like vitreous.

Empowering Your Vision through Specialized Retinal Expertise

Retinal diseases and conditions are diagnosed through advanced techniques and expertise. Our ophthalmologists employ methods such as fundus photography, optical coherence tomography (OCT), and fluorescein angiography to visualize and assess the retina’s health.

Treatments can range from lifestyle modifications and medications to advanced surgical interventions like vitrectomy, laser therapy, and injections. Your ophthalmologist will determine the best possible solution based on your condition and its severity.

We take pride in our extensive network of esteemed retina specialists, ready to expertly guide you toward improved vision and comprehensive retinal care.

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