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Retina Associates of Sarasota is now part of Retina Group of Florida. Learn more.
Retina Associates of Sarasota is now part of RGF.
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Drusen are small yellow deposits that build up in the back of the eye and can be seen by your ophthalmologist during a dilated eye exam.
For our eyes, a healthy diet offering ample amounts of essential nutrients may help maintain and improve vision, particularly for the retina.
Imaging techniques play a critical role in retinal diagnostic testing. These procedures help retina specialists see exactly what’s going on inside your eye.
Diabetic retinopathy can damage the retina’s blood vessels and potentially cause visual impairment or blindness. Proper management, treatment, and preventative measures can protect your vision.
Can blue light from digital screens cause damage to the retina or contribute to diseases like age-related macular degeneration (AMD)? Learn about how blue light impacts vision.
Myopia can increase your risk for several sight-threatening complications including retinal detachment. To mitigate these risks, it's crucial to consult your ophthalmologist about preventive measures.
If you have diabetes or are at risk of developing it, and haven’t seen an eye doctor in a while, consider this a strong reminder that it’s time to schedule a diabetic eye exam.
We’re proud to announce that the Retina Group of Florida physician team is expanding, as two fellowship-trained retina specialists have recently joined our practice.
As anyone with diabetes can develop diabetic retinopathy, a potentially serious condition, annual comprehensive, dilated eye exams and screenings are essential.
Retinal vascular occlusions often require immediate medical attention, so it’s important to be aware of their causes, risk factors, and symptoms.
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