Retinal Disease: See the Best So You Can See Your Best
As we age, the chances increase of our eyes developing complicated retinal problems. It is important to stay aware of early symptoms as they relate to the retina. The thin inner lining at the back of the eye, the retina, contains millions of light-sensitive cells and nerve tissue that are largely responsible for your ability to see. Anything affecting this area can harm your vision.
Our Retina Specialty Group are leaders in clinical care, research and education. We have trained many of the ophthalmologists in this region – the next generation of eye doctors. Our group of retinal specialists diagnose and treat various different retinal diseases and conditions, many of which share common symptoms and require complex treatments. The goal is always to stop or slow the disease and preserve, improve or restore vision.
Our approach includes a multi-specialty and integrated subspecialty team model for complex cases, so patients get the best collective opinion of our on-staff specialists. Additionally, the research division of Sabates Eye Centers is actively enrolled in clinical trials involving retinal diseases that are available for qualified patients.
Worried you might have a retinal condition? Schedule an appointment.