For all diseases and conditions that involve the retina or the macula, the small part in the center of the retina, you can depend on our adult retina specialist. Your retina and macula are vital to the proper functioning of your eyes. And most people don’t give much thought to them unless there is a problem. When there is, though, we at The Retina Group of Washington are prepared to diagnose, evaluate, and treat it.
Among the many circumstances that our Sterling retina care can address are retinal tears and detachments, age-related macular degeneration, myopic macular degeneration, ocular trauma, retinitis, uveitis, and retinopathy, whether diabetic, sickle cell, or central serous. Eye cancer is also something that we treat. This includes choroidal melanoma, choroidal metastasis, intraocular lymphoma, conjunctival melanoma, retinoblastoma, and retinocytoma. In some cases, you will be quite aware that you have a situation that needs to be taken care of because you will be experiencing obvious symptoms that alert you. In others, such as with age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, there are often no signs in the early stages. This is one reason that we recommend a yearly eye exam from our Sterling retina care. Early detection is closely linked to the best outcomes. You can feel reassured by the knowledge that we have been at the forefront of retinal treatment for over 40 years. Our doctors are acknowledged leaders in the field, and we continue to stay on top of the most recent advancements. Our facilities feature state-of-the-art equipment, and whether your treatment will require non-invasive means or surgical, you are in the best possible hands.
Our skills and experience make our Sterling retina care the ideal choice when your eye health is on the line. Contact our office to schedule a convenient time to come in for an examination and consultation.