Adult Ophthalmology in Georgetown

Adult retina surgery in Georgetown

Your retina is a vital part of your eye and integral to your optimal vision, but unless you’re having a problem that can be traced back to it, the retina does not require much maintenance on your part. Here at The Retina Group of Washington, it’s ourĀ adult ophthalmology in Georgetown job to take action when a retinal issue does occur. And as specialists for over 40 years, you can depend on us with full confidence.

Among the conditions related to the retina that our adult ophthalmology in Georgetown can diagnose, evaluate, and treat are diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and complications from cataracts. We are proud to have state-of-the-art testing, which is essential because many eye diseases, including those of the retina, do not have any early warning signs. Instead, they develop and progress, only becoming noticeable when they have reached an advanced stage. And since that typically means some degree of vision loss, damage to your eyes, or both, it’s easy to understand the importance of the services our adult ophthalmology in Georgetown provides. While glaucoma and cataracts can affect you regardless of your medical history, age, or other factors, diabetic retinopathy is only applicable if you have type one or type two diabetes; and age-related macular degeneration is a concern from age 40 and up. Fortunately, with timely detection and care, our adult ophthalmology in Georgetown can administer the appropriate treatments that will allow you to retain maximum visual capacity and either prevent harm to your eyes or repair any damage that has already occurred. We understand that when it comes to your eyesight, such diseases and conditions are scary. But we bring the expertise and experience to both medical solutions and surgical ones, so you can rest assured that you are in the best possible hands.

Call us to arrange an appointment for an examination and consultation. And come in once per year for a full checkup, even if you don’t have any indications of retinal disease.

660 Pennsylvania Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 331-1188