PATIENT INFORMATION

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CATARACT

The most common and debilitating eye condition which when treated will change your life and the world around you 

DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

The ever growing modern disease where early detection and prompt treatment can prevent visual loss

RETINAL DETACHMENT

Seeing floaters? Flashes? or a shadow? or even no symptoms at all. Early treatment can be directly linked to better visual prognosis

FLOATERS

Small ones, sudden squiggles, or large blobs in your vision especially worse in bright days and computer screens. 

EPIRETINAL MEMBRANE

Distortion and blurred vision are the first signs of a membrane on the macula. Many do not require treatment but others will benefit with surgical intervention

MACULAR HOLE

Commonly found in longsighted patients. This can be a cause of progressive central visual loss that is easily fixable with surgery with excellent results 

AGE RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION

One of the leading causes of blindness in the elderly . Treatable if associated with leakage at the macula. Delay can result in permanent central visual loss