Flashes, Floaters, Tears, Detachments
Cryopexy is a treatment that uses cold therapy to help treat retinal tears and detachments while destroying any existing abnormal tissue.
Flashes and floaters can cause issues with vision, making it appear as if yo see specks, lines, or clouds in your line of vision.
A retinal tear occurs when the protective vitreous gel pulls away from the retina, which is often caused by an undiagnosed retinal detachment.
Peripheral retinal pathologies (macular holes or tears, lattice degeneration, tumors, and more) cannot be left untreated and can lead to vision loss.
A retinal detachment, which requires surgery, should be treated by a specialist who dedicated his or her training to the retina, vitreous, and macula.
Our board-certified retinal surgeons have performed numerous pneumatic retinopexy procedures to repair a retinal detachment or a horseshoe tear.
A posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) occurs when the vitreous gel separates from the retina, which lines the back wall of the eye, causing flashes.
A scleral buckle surgery is effective in repairing retinal detachments, breaks, and holes in the retina and can be combined with cryopexy or lasers.