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At it’s 2016 annual meeting in Chicago, The American Academy of Ophthalmology invited Dr. Sebag to lecture on the approach to curing floaters at The VMR Institute for Vitreous Macula Retina. On that day Dr. Sebag was interviewed by the American Society of Retina Specialists on the merits of limited (minimally invasive) vitrectomy surgery for curing vitreous floaters. In...

Many people believe that if their vision seems unchanged, they don't need to schedule regular appointments with their eye doctor. However, a visit to your ophthalmologist can help with more than just vision changes. Not only will your appointment reveal whether you have signs of...

On July 9, 2016 Dr. Sebag of VMR Institute lectured to The Club Jules Gonin, the exclusive international vitreo-retinal society headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland. The meeting was held in Bordeaux, France. The topic of the lecture was vitrectomy for vitreous floaters. Our results of curing floaters...

When you think about age-related eye diseases, you probably think of macular degeneration, even if you aren't familiar with the name. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the number one cause of severe vision loss and legal blindness in adults over the age of 60 in...

As humans, we rely so heavily on our eyesight, which is what makes eye diseases like macular degeneration and conditions like retinal detachment and macular pucker so frightening. Below, you will learn about the modern techniques available to treat individuals suffering from these conditions. How is...

[caption id="attachment_5389" align="aligncenter" width="640"] VMR Institute's Dr. Jerry Sebag, Researchers Kenneth Yee, Carlo Garcia, Justin Nguyen, and Doheny Eye Institute's Dr. Sadun[/caption] Recognized as one of the top 50 medical meetings by the Healthcare Convention & Exhibitors Association, ARVO is the world's leading educational and networking...

VMR Institute now offers advanced non-surgical treatments for Macular Degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in individuals over the age of 65. Macular degeneration usually affects both eyes and is progressive. Early intervention can usually prevent severe vision loss.     [video width="1620" height="780" mp4="https://www.vmrinstitute.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/VMR_AMD_CG.mp4"][/video]...

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