Ashburn retina exam
If you’re a parent, the most important thing in the world to you is that your children are happy and healthy. If your child has a serious health condition to deal with such as retina disease, it’s critical to get a very experienced retina specialist like ours at The Retina Group of Washington to perform your child’s Ashburn retina exam, evaluations & treatment.
If you’re a parent of a child with retina disease or a retina condition, finding the best eye doctor for her Ashburn retina exam is not an option; it’s critical. Your child’s eyesight is everything. Your child’s quality of life depends on the quality of care they get. That’s why you need to choose a retina practice that has a great deal of experience and a great track record of providing top-notch pediatric retina care. The Retina Group of Washington is uniquely qualified to do so. Your child will be in great hands with our practice. When you choose our practice, you’re choosing the absolute best for your child. We are a comprehensive practice that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of retinal and macular diseases and we have conducted cutting-edge clinical research trials. We have a proven track record of success. Our exceptional doctors are highly-trained and highly accomplished and uniquely qualified to help you. Our doctors are the finest in the field and have been recognized with prestigious awards. We have more than one location. Each one has a warm, welcoming environment that will enables you and your child to feel comfortable. You can rest assured that your child will be well taken care of at our practice. The focus of our group has been the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric retinal diseases. We offer numerous services that benefit our pediatric patients. A few of the many services we offer include but aren’t limited to: juvenile retinal detachment, ocular trauma and benign and malignant retinal tumors.
If your child has retinal problems, don’t wait. Contact us right now to schedule an Ashburn retina exam.
Retina specialist Sterling
Time takes its toll on many parts of the human body including the eye. There are several diseases that affect the eye as a person ages. Our retina specialist Sterling at the Retina Group of Washington can detect, diagnose, and treat these age-related diseases. Our doctors use the latest in optical technology to diagnose one such disease, age-related macular degeneration (AMD)and then employ innovative treatment options to help patients see better.
The macular is the part of the retina at the back of the eye that is responsible for visual acuity and central vision. Dry AMD, also known as atrophic AMD, occurs when yellowish deposits called drusen accumulate underneath the macula. This often results in blurry or distorted vision. Progressive dry AMD may lead to a chronic loss of vision in the central field due to severe damage of the light-sensing cells of the macula. One specialized treatment that our retina specialist Sterling uses for AMD is a CentraSight telescope implant, which uses a tiny telescope that is implanted directly into the central part of the eye of patients with end-stage AMD to help improve vision and improve the quality of the patient’s life. End-stage AMD is where the disease progresses to the point where central vision is irreparably impacted usually in both eyes. The pea-sized implant improves both near and distance vision.
After our retina specialist Sterling has diagnosed end-stage the patient will be tested using an external telescope to see if he/she are a good candidate for the CentraSight implant. In addition, the patient must be in otherwise good corneal health, have not had cataract surgery and have not responded to medications for AMD. If you are having vision problems give our office a call for a consultation with one of our doctors.
Retina complications in Ashburn
Emergency retina care is available here when you are experiencing an urgent need either as an indication of a new problem, such as a torn or detached retina, or the effects of an existing retinal ailment or injury, including from treatments administered or surgery that has already been performed. At The Retina Group of Washington, our full commitment to your eye health encompasses a full range of service, and that also means immediate attention for emergencies.
Your retina complications in Ashburn should not be ignored, nor should having them addressed be put off. Delaying examination and treatment can lead to harm that is not reversible, such as loss of vision of physical damage to your eyes. There are a wide range of possible symptoms that could be associated with retina complications in Ashburn, but we will name some of the most common ones. The bottom line, though, is that whenever you notice that something seems off, or you are experiencing any unusual signs regarding your vision or how your eyes feel, you should reach out to us right away. Indications that you should seek prompt care include blurry vision, floaters (spots that appear in your field of vision), flashes of light in either eye, and a reduction of your ability to see peripherally (side-to-side). Furthermore, any loss of vision at all, to any degree, is a symptom that demands timely action. Fortunately, you are in the best possible hands, because we are your retina specialists, and we use state-of-the-art diagnostics and treatments to address whatever situation has arisen.
Play it safe, rather than sorry. When you contact our retina complications in Ashburn office, we will make it a priority to have you seen as quickly as possible, so that your symptoms can be assessed, and the appropriate strategy identified and implemented. Count on us when you have an urgent need.