THE VITAL SCREEN BEHIND CLEAR VISION
The retina, a thin layer of tissue at the back of the eye, is instrumental in capturing light and converting it into neural signals for the brain. Diseases affecting the retina, such as macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy, can compromise this process, leading to vision loss. These conditions can be influenced by factors like age, genetics, and systemic health issues.
RETINA DISEASES TREATMENT
HARNESSING ADVANCED TECHNIQUES FOR VISION PRESERVATION
TSEC offers a spectrum of treatments tailored to the specific retinal condition at hand. From laser therapy to vitrectomy, our treatments aim to halt disease progression and, where possible, restore lost vision. Leveraging state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, we ensure that each patient receives the best possible care for their unique needs.
MOST ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Are retina diseases preventable?
A: While some risk factors, like genetics, can't be changed, managing systemic health conditions and regular eye screenings can help in early detection and intervention.
Q: How often should I get my retina checked?
A: Individuals at risk or with known eye conditions should have regular check-ups. Those without risk factors should adhere to their ophthalmologist's recommended schedule.
Q: Can vision loss from retina diseases be reversed?
A: Some treatments can improve vision, but the primary goal is often to prevent further vision loss.
Q: Are there any side effects to retina treatments?
A: Side effects vary based on the treatment. It's crucial to discuss potential risks and benefits with your ophthalmologist.
Q: How can I reduce my risk of retina diseases?
A: Maintaining overall health, managing conditions like diabetes, avoiding smoking, and protecting eyes from UV rays can help reduce risks.