The leading cause of vision loss

Treatment for Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss and is currently an eye disease with no known cure. It causes deterioration of the retina and effects vision. It is important to begin management of macular degeneration if you are at-risk or are showing early signs of the disease.

How do I know if I have macular degeneration?

Symptoms

If you have macular degeneration, you may see signs of the following:

Blurred vision

Blurred Vision

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Colors Appear Faded

Blind Spots in Field of Vision

Light Sensitivity

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Diagnosis

Our first-in-class technology suite provides better detection & better outcomes for your vision health.

Humphrey Field Analyzer II

Humphrey Field Analyzer II

OCT Glaucoma Detection

OCT Glaucoma Detection

Humphrey Field Analyzer II

Visual field testing is used to determine glaucoma severity, progression, and visual function impairment. The Humphrey Field Analyzer is an industry-recognized standard for visual field testing. It is used to detect and manage glaucoma at all stages. Various testing protocol are used for screening and monitoring early to advanced glaucoma. SITA SWAP, an additional test run using the Humphrey Field Analyzer, is used specifically to detect glaucoma in its earliest stages. This helps you get the treatment you need quickly and efficiently.

Our visual field testing completed using a Humphrey Field Analyzer is a painless diagnostic test that requires you to press a button each time a light appears on a dome. The accuracy or inaccuracy from the test helps us identify any weaknesses in your vision that may indicate glaucoma.

Why We Use the Humphrey Field Analyzer II

  • Precision – This diagnostic tool is proven to provide accurate, reliable results.
  • Early Detection – Identify vision loss due to glaucoma earlier than other technology.
  • Speed – Complete in under two minutes.
  • Accessible – Can be used by patients in wheelchairs or with visual and hearing impairments.
  • Focal vs. Diffuse Vision Loss Recognition – Allows for better treatment plans.
  • Comparison and Baseline Measurements for Diagnostics – Pulls data from age-matched populations to improve accuracy.

OCT Glaucoma Detection

Glaucoma is practically undetectable until the disease has destroyed the better portion of your eye’s nerves. But now, with the help of OCT Glaucoma Detection, we are able to measure the thickness of your retinal nerve fiber layer. This means earlier detection (by up to six years) and earlier treatment. OCT Glaucoma Detection is also able to identify onset of macular degeneration.

Humphrey Field Analyzer II

Humphrey Field Analyzer II

Humphrey Field Analyzer II

Visual field testing is used to determine glaucoma severity, progression, and visual function impairment. The Humphrey Field Analyzer is an industry-recognized standard for visual field testing. It is used to detect and manage glaucoma at all stages. Various testing protocol are used for screening and monitoring early to advanced glaucoma. SITA SWAP, an additional test run using the Humphrey Field Analyzer, is used specifically to detect glaucoma in its earliest stages. This helps you get the treatment you need quickly and efficiently.

Our visual field testing completed using a Humphrey Field Analyzer is a painless diagnostic test that requires you to press a button each time a light appears on a dome. The accuracy or inaccuracy from the test helps us identify any weaknesses in your vision that may indicate glaucoma.

Why We Use the Humphrey Field Analyzer II

  • Precision – This diagnostic tool is proven to provide accurate, reliable results.
  • Early Detection – Identify vision loss due to glaucoma earlier than other technology.
  • Speed – Complete in under two minutes.
  • Accessible – Can be used by patients in wheelchairs or with visual and hearing impairments.
  • Focal vs. Diffuse Vision Loss Recognition – Allows for better treatment plans.
  • Comparison and Baseline Measurements for Diagnostics – Pulls data from age-matched populations to improve accuracy.

Managing your macular degeneration

Treatment Options

Take back control of your vision health with the most modern macular degeneration treatments available today.

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Eyedrops

Medication

Medication

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FAQ

Who is at risk of developing macular degeneration?

There are risk factors for macular degenerations that are within the control of the individual, while others are not. Controllable risk factors include being overweight, smoking, and not using eye protection when outside. Uncontrollable risk factors of macular degeneration include age, family history, light-colored irises, and far-sightedness. It is also believed women may be more susceptible to developing macular degeneration than men.

How can I prevent macular degeneration from worsening?

While macular degeneration does not currently have a cure, there are actions you can take to prevent it from worsening. These include maintaining a healthy weight, eating a well-balanced diet, eliminating smoking, and exercising regularly.

Is there a cure for macular degeneration?

No, there is currently no known cure for macular degeneration. But there are treatment options that can be administered by your ophthalmologist.

What causes macular degeneration?

Macular degeneration develops as the age ages. While the exact cause of macular degeneration is unknown, it is likely a combination of both heredity and environmental factors.

Is macular degeneration hereditary?

Not all types of macular degeneration are hereditary. However, some genes have been associated with an increased risk for developing age-related macular degeneration.

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