Retinal Detachment Surgery | EyeSurgeryAntalya
The retina is the layer that contains light-sensitive cells and nerve fibers that allow us to see. The mesh layer we call the retina covers the posterior inner wall of the eyeball, just like a wallpaper. The retina consists of millions of visual cells and the nerve cells to which they are attached. Extensions of these nerve cells (approximately 1.5 million) come together to form the optic nerve. The vessels that feed these cells are also located in the retina. The specialized area in the retina that provides central vision and focuses the light is called the macula (yellow spot).
Defects in the retina cause the image not to be formed, and a disorder in the optic nerve causes the image not to reach the brain or to reach it incompletely. The person loses his sight.
The two most important diseases that threaten the retina are diabetes and hypertension. The retina department, which consists of specialist physicians and trained personnel in our hospital, provides eye health services to our retina patients.
Depending on the type of retinal disorder, medical treatment, laser treatment, and surgical treatment may be required. Early diagnosis is the first step of treatment, so the examinations that may need to be done in addition to the standard eye examination in eye check-up are as follows;
Eye Surgery Antalya offers a change and life experience with the latest eye treatment techniques. Our distinguished doctors offer permanent and effective solutions to your problems with laser therapy and lens surgery.