Floaters are a common cause of disturbed vision. Floaters may decrease your vision or reduce your contrast sensitivity. Fortunately, there is a floaters treatment in California available today.
There are several causes for floaters. In most cases floaters are not related to any eye disease. But only a thorough examination with our specialists can rule out disease related to the floaters.
Limited 25 gauge vitrectomy can be performed in about 10 minutes under local anesthesia to successfully remove your bothersome floaters.
The VMR Institute Cure for Floaters
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 this 8 minute interview Dr. Sebag discusses new developments in advanced testing to identify vitrectomy appropriate candidates for this surgical cure, as well as what makes this approach to vitrectomy better than any other vitreous floaters treatment.
Dr. Jerry Sebag, retina specialist from Huntington Beach, CA answers questions about vitrectomy for floaters. He discusses his unique method for objectively measuring visual changes from floaters and how they are improved with vitrectomy. Vision is often restored to “normal” in qualified patients.
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