Retinal Detachment Surgery

A retinal detachment is a serious eye condition in which the retina separates from the inner lining within the eye, often associated with holes or tears. It is a problem that occurs most frequently in the middle aged and elderly people and can lead to rapid and permanent blindness, if not treated quickly.

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Macula Hole Surgery

This is a gap in the macula that causes a defect or dark spot in the central vision, resulting in distortion and a loss of central/ reading vision. The only treatment for a macula hole is surgery.

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Keratoconus Surgery

The cornea is the transparent front surface of the eye. In keratoconus, the normally round cornea becomes thinned, distorted, and irregular (coneshaped). This abnormal shape prevents the light entering the eye from being focused correctly on the retina and causes distortion of vision. Because of the cornea’s irregular shape, patients with keratoconus are usually very nearsighted and have irregular astigmatism.

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Glaucoma Surgery

Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness worldwide. It occurs when the pressure within the eye (IOP) is high for prolonged periods. This results in painless and progressive damage to the optic disc/nerve, resulting in vision loss. There are four main types of glaucoma:

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Diabetic Eye Surgery

This is a disorder of the retinal blood vessels. The retina is a light-sensitive layer in the eye that enables you to see. It does this by converting light into electrical signals, which are then sent to the brain. Damage to the retinal blood vessels can cause blurry vision or even blindness.

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