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Retina Services

Retina Specialist PennsylvaniaRetinal services at Siepser Laser Eyecare are provided by our professional team. The diagnosis of retinal detachment, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy is part of our routine care. Our practice benefits from the state of the art OCT (ocular computed tomography) or a system that can analyze your eye at a near cellular level checking for the health and vitality of the major structures of the eye. This paired with clinical experience assures you of the best diagnostic services available. Since we rely on referral to many of the region’s pure retinal practices you will be sent to the best specialist for your problem. As we refer patients for surgery and intervention on a regular basis you have the confidence that our team will direct you to a highly skilled specialist. Since we refer so regularly if we aren’t getting the results or care we have grown to expect for our patients that referral center is removed from our list of preferred specialists. You benefit knowing we are sending you to the best specialists for your particular issue in the Delaware Valley. If necessary we maintain a national database of highly specialized services for our patients with rare and unique problems. Feel free to discuss this with your doctor to assist in making the best choice for your needs.

Many patients notice “floaters” and until recently this was discounted by the doctor and patients were told they had to live with this constant annoyance. For many years we have been combining cataract surgery with the removal of vitreous haze and floaters which patients report as life changing. If you have reached the point where you can no longer tolerate your “floaters” then Siepser Laser Eyecare has the solution for you.

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