Intravitreal Injections

Intravitreal injection is injected directly into the eye. A jelly-like fluid fills the interior of the eye (vitreous). During this treatment, we inject medication into the vitreous, located near the retina at the back of the eye. Specific eye issues can be treated with medication, and it can also help safeguard your eyesight. This technique is most commonly used to deliver a significant concentration of drugs to the retina.


According to research, one out of every 10 people receiving laser eye surgery requires further surgery to achieve effective potential outcomes. This usually comes at no additional expense.

Laser eye surgery, often known as laser vision correction, involves reshaping your eyes’ front surface (cornea) with lasers to improve focus. It can cure astigmatism, short-sightedness, and long-sightedness.

The majority of adults over 18 years of age often opt for laser eye surgery. Ideally, your eye prescription will remain relatively unchanged for two years.

  • Retinal tears to prevent a retinal detachment
  • To treat the development of new blood vessels in patients with diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusions
  • To treat swelling of the retina in diabetic retinopathy and central serous Retinopathy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy employs a laser and a particular drug that only works when exposed to specific wavelengths of light. It’s used to help those with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which can cause visual loss.

Your eye specialist will inject medication into a vein in your arm just before the surgery. This drug is light-sensitive. It gathers in your macula’s aberrant blood vessels. You will then be administered an anesthetic eye drop. Next, the eye doctor shoots a laser into your eye through a special contact lens. The laser’s light activates the drug. Blood clots form in the atypical blood vessels due to the medication. This effectively closes off the vessels, thus preventing further vision loss.

Pneumatic Retinopexy

Pneumatic Retinopexy is a treatment that restores eyesight once a detached retina has been repaired.

Retina uses light to deliver visual information to the brain. When a portion of your retina separates from the inner wall of your eye, it stops working correctly. A retinal detachment might result in an irreversible visual loss if not treated quickly.

What are the chances that I will require pneumatic retinopexy?

Many reasons may cause retinal detachment.

  • Nearsightedness
  • Other eye problems, such as uveitis
  • Previous cataract surgery
  • Increasing age

The retinal detachment occurs most of the time on its own, although an eye injury can also trigger it.

Vitreoretinal Surgery

Vitreoretinal eye surgery is a term used to describe a series of complex and sensitive operations performed deep into the eye’s interior. The vitreous and retina are positioned in the area of your eye where vitreoretinal surgery is conducted. The vitreous is a jelly-like liquid that fills the space between your eye’s lens and retina.

Vitreoretinal surgery is used to repair, preserve, and improve eyesight in various situations. By delivering the top-quality quality medical and surgical treatment for our patients with retinal illnesses, we strive to enhance the quality of our patients’ lives, the well-being of our local community, and the status of medical care in our society.