Retinal Tears and Detachments Tavares
Do you have a blind spot or blurred vision?
Ram Eye Care treats retinal tears and detachments in Tavares, Florida. If it feels like a curtain has closed over your eye, you may have a retinal tear or retinal detachment. Don’t wait to seek treatment! This condition is a medical emergency! If left untreated, retinal tears and detachments can cause severe vision loss and blindness. Ram Eye Care and Retina Center has specialized in the treatment of retinal tears and detachments since 1997. We utilize premier state of the art equipment to diagnose and treat your condition. Saving your sight is our passion!
What are the signs that I may have a retinal tear?
Signs of a retinal tear can include the following:
- Onset of black spots or eye floaters
- Eye flashes in one or both of your eyes
- Blurred vision
- Loss of peripheral vision
What are Retinal Tears and Detachments?
The retina is the area that lines the back of your eye. The function of the retina is to translate images seen and transmit them to the brain for visual identification. When the retina tears or moves away from the eye wall, a retinal detachment occurs.
If you are experiencing any retinal detachment symptoms, contact Ram Eye Care and Retina Center immediately! Symptoms can include:
• Blurred Vision
• Pain in the Eyes
• Seeing Flashes Accompanied by Floaters
• Seeing Numerous Floaters
• Seeing Sparks or Light Flashes
• Swift Decrease in Vision or Tunnel Vision
• The Manifestation of a Curtain over the Field of Vision
• Your Vision is Wavy or Watery
Are You at Risk for Retinal Detachments?
Retinal detachments are more prevalent with adults 40 years of age or older, although can occur at any age. The risk for developing retinal detachment increases with the following conditions:
• Family History of Retinal Detachment
• People that have had cataract, glaucoma or Eye Surgery
• People that have Suffered Severe Eye Injury
• People that have had Retinal Detachment in the Other Eye
• Those that have Diabetes or other Eye Disorders
How are Retinal Tears and Detachment Treated?
At Ram Eye Care and Retina Center, we utilize state of the art diagnostic instruments as well as a physical examination to determine the type and extent of the damage and develop a personalized, prompt and effective treatment plan. There are various methods to treat a retinal detachment. In most cases, surgery is required to repair the detachment. Surgery is typically performed on an outpatient basis, enabling patients to go home the same day. Most surgeries are successful, although in some instances a recurrent retinal detachment may develop requiring a second surgical procedure.
A Few Words From Our Customers
Came to this eye doctor once on this place in 2011, but in 2015, I’d moved back to Boston to go to another eye doctor in Malden. The appointment on this place resumed in 2018, a day before I return to Boston.
Why Choose Ram Eye Care and Retina Center
For over 20 years, Ram Eye Care and Retina Center has provided unprecedented retinal care with compassion and superior customer service. Utilizing state of the art diagnostic methods, Dr. Ramchander, M.D. provides patients and their families with a thorough understanding of the nature of their retinal detachment and all possible treatment options. When you choose Ram Eye Care and Retina Center, you can expect a knowledgeable and professional team in a caring environment. Dr. Ramchander, M.D. and his team understand the anxiety, stress and depression associated with retinal detachment, and treat every patient with the care and concern they deserve. If you or a family member feel you have a retinal problem, call our office to schedule an appointment at either of our convenient locations in The Villages or Leesburg.
Ram Eye Care and Retina Center Proudly Offers Services to the Communities in
The Villages, Leesburg, Lady Lake, Fruitland Park, Tavares, Eustis, Mount Dora, Umatilla, Howey-in-the-Hills, Wildwood, Bushnell, Belleview