Retina Center

The retina is “the film in the camera” a paper-thin tissue that lines the back of the eye and sends visual signals to the brain. In the middle of the retina is a highly specialized area called the macula. The macula is made up of millions of light-sensing cells that collectively produce central vision.

Common retinal eye conditions that may develop as a result of age are Diabetic Retinopathy and Macular Degeneration. Early detection and proper management of these conditions are key to preventing vision loss. On-site retina sub-specialists in ocular complications of diabetes, age-related macular degeneration, retinal detachments, and ocular inflammatory diseases are available to offer modern medical and surgical solutions to protect and treat your vision.


In addition, we offer the latest, most advanced diagnostic and laser treatment technology. This includes optical coherence tomography for diagnosing macular edema and digital fluorescein angiography, an imaging system that allows us to carefully analyze and treat diabetic retinopathy.