What is Retinal Detachment?
Retinal detachment is an emergency condition where the tissue in the back of the eye (retina) separates from its blood supply. Retinal Detachment can lead to blindness if not treated in a timely manner.
- The most common signs of a retinal detachment are the appearances of new flashes and floaters.
- Retinal detachments progress rapidly and occur spontaneously.
- Rhegmatogenous detached retinas are the most common detachments and occur because of a hole or tear in the retina.
- Our goal is to maximize your vision and improve your quality of life.
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As President of the American Retina Forum, Dr. Pandya continues to be a leader within the Vitreoretinal community both locally and nationwide. Dr. Pandya strives to provide personalized and compassionate care for all of his patients.