Surgical Retina

Every patient undergoes a thorough assessment before surgery is discussed and considered. We offer a range of treatment options for your specific condition and ensure you receive education, information and post-surgery care to ensure optimal recovery.

Macular Hole occur due to a localised attachment of the vitreous to the central macula which pulls on a specialised area called the fovea, creating a central defect. This reduces clarity dramatically in that eye.

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Macular Pucker is a condition where a fine layer of scar tissue forms on the retinal surface causing wrinkles that can distort and blur vision. This scar tissue can also be called an “Epiretinal Membrane”.

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Retinal Detachment can sometimes be treated in the office, with a gas bubble and laser treatment under local anaesthetic alone. The majority of detachments however require surgery in the operating theatre.

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