Expert surgery for eye disorders
Vitreoretinal and macular surgery refers to any operation to treat eye disorders involving the retina, macula and vitreous jelly.
Common conditions include:
- Epiretinal membrane – when a thin sheet of scar tissue develops on the surface of the macula.
- Macular hole – a hole that develops in the centre of the macula, causing blurry and distorted vision.
- Diabetic retinopathy – including bleeds into the vitreous (jelly of the eye).
- Retinal detachment – an emergency condition that occurs when the retina pulls away from the back of the eye.
Some of our techniques and methods include:
- vitrectomy surgery
- membrane peeling
- scleral buckling.