Retinal Detachment Burke

Treating retinal detachment in Burke

Retinal detachment Burke

Retinal detachment Burke

The difference between a retinal tear and a detachment is a matter of degrees, but those degrees are crucial. Both cases require prompt surgical treatment, but your retinal detachment Burke is more urgent. We at The Retina Group of Washington are pleased to offer the most advanced, state-of-the-art methods for treating retinal detachment. You can depend on our experience and skillful treatment to produce the best outcomes.

Surgery of any kind is typically something that you take seriously, but the circumstances of our treatment for your retinal detachment Burke will leave you feeling at ease and confident in the process. We proceed logically from an initial examination, testing, and imaging; to an evaluation of your unique circumstances, which includes considering your suitability for one or more of the procedures we feature. Our eye surgeon will then recommend how to move forward. The treatment itself will be done on an outpatient basis, so there are no overnight stays to be worried about. It is not uncommon for more than one surgery to be needed, with each providing benefits in one or more ways, and then being supplemented by the second surgery. As you might imagine, the goal is to reattach your retina and have it heal so that it will remain in its proper position for a long time to come, which is to say flat against the wall of your eye. The retina serves an incalculable role in your vision, and returning it to full functionality is not something that is just an option. It is beyond question.

For your retinal detachment Burke, be sure to reach out to us as quickly as possible. Our office will schedule you for a timely appointment, during which the required steps will be taken to plan out your treatment. You can trust your eyes to us.

10530 Linden Lake Plaza, Suite 305
Manassas, VA 20109
(703) 257-9270

Retinal Detachment Burke

Retina Care in Burke

 

Retinal Detachment Burke

Retinal Detachment Burke

Retinal detachment got you down? At The Retina Group of Washington, we’re more than ready to help you mitigate your symptoms of retinal detachment Burke. Our highly trained doctors can offer you the diagnosis, information, and treatment you need to move past your retinal detachment and return to your favorite activities, whether they be sports, family time, or working tirelessly towards improving your career.

At The Retina Group of Washington, we go above and beyond for our fellow members of the Burke community. It’s our pleasure to help our fellow community members maintain and improve their optical health, one treatment or consultation at a time. That’s why we offer a wide variety of treatments and tests, including digitial fundus photography, digital high-speed indocyanine angiopathy, oprtical coherence tomography, an db-scan ultrasonography. We treat patients with cryotherapy, steroid injections, laser photocoagulation and photodynamic therapy, and more in-office, plus we do surgeries at major hospitals. If you’re suffering from retinal detachment Burke, we can offer you the sight-saving treatments you need. The retina is responsible for helping you see the images that make up your visual world. When it becomes detached, you can lose your vision permanently if untreated. We can help you reattach your retina, saving your sight and allowing you to perform all the activities that make you, you.

To learn more about retinal detachment Burke and what your options are in terms of mitigating symptoms or even recovering completely, call our office at The Retina Group of Washington and book your first consultation today. It will be our utmost pleasure to help you diagnose your issue and find the right personalized treatment path for you, curated for your life habits, vision goals, budget, and willingness to take risks. But don’t take our word for it; drop by our optical practice as soon as possible to learn more about retinal detachment today!

The Retina Group of Washington
10530 Linden Lake Plaza, Suite 305
Manassas, VA 20109
(703) 257-9270