Avastin® is a prescription drug that is injected into the eye to treat blurred vision and vision loss from age-related macular degeneration.

Lucentis® is an injectable drug commonly used to treat various eye conditions including age-related wet macular degeneration and macular edema.

Nutritional biochemistry is research and science that links certain retinal conditions to the nutrition, diet, and health of an individual.

Scleral buckle surgery is used to repair breaks or holes in the retina and retinal detachment, by reattaching the sclera and flattening the retina.

A vitrectomy is a retinal treatment that removes the eye’s vitreous gel to repair a retinal detachment, and to remove scar tissue and other particles.

Tube-shunt surgery involves placing pliable, plastic tubes into the eye to help drain fluid in order to treat eye diseases such as glaucoma.

Pneumatic retinopexy is a nonincisional medical procedure that utilizes innovative techniques to repair a retinal detachment or horseshoe tear.

Cryopexy is a treatment that uses cold therapy to help treat retinal tears and detachments, while destroying any existing abnormal tissue.

Ocular toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by a retinal infection that can lead to significant inflammation or scarring, and ultimately impaired vision.