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Diabetic Retinopathy

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Diabetic retinopathy is the most common cause of new cases of blindness in working-age U.S. adults.
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Why should you get diabetic retinopathy treatment?

Stop vision loss

People with diabetes can have an eye disease called diabetic retinopathy. This happens when high blood sugar levels can swell and leak. The blood vessels can close or stop blood from passing through. All these changes can lead to complete vision loss.

Top Diabetic Retinopathy Doctors

American Eye Associates is one of the select number of practices that truly emphasize the treatment of conditions affecting the cornea, retina, and vitreous. Our expert team of medical professionals are dedicated to your eye health care. You can check out our vast list of board-certified ophthalmologist and optometrist here.

Covered by most insurances

The cost of diabetic retinopathy treatment is usually covered by most insurances because it is considered medically necessary. There may be some out-of-pocket costs you will incur depending on your plan and provider. After your free consultation they will go over all the options with you.

Most advanced technology

We are proud to provide our patients with the highest quality of personalized care in convenient and comfortable, yet modern setting. Our state-of-the-art centers are equipped with advanced diagnostic and treatment technology. We work hand-in-hand with your general physicians to explore options for the most advanced, FDA-approved treatment for your eye disease.

10 seconds is all it takes

Depending on the severity, in some cases of diabetic retinopathy, injections of the medicine called anti-VEGF may be given directly into your eyes to prevent new blood vessels from forming at the back of your eyes. This is done in the office by one of our diabetic retinopathy specialists.

complications are Rare, Minor, And Treatable

American Eye Associates is one of the select number of practices that truly emphasize the treatment of conditions affecting the cornea, retina, and vitreous. Our expert team of medical professionals are dedicated to your eye health care. You can check out our vast list of board-certified ophthalmologist and optometrist here.

Healthy retina compared to
diabetic retinopathy.

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