The retina, located at the back of the eye, is made up of light-sensitive cells known as photoreceptors. Photoreceptors allow us to see by converting the light that enters our eyes into electrical pulses that travel to the brain. The impulses are then interpreted by the brain, allowing us to see what we are looking at. Retinal disorders typically manifest as flashes of light, floaters, a reduction in central vision, or complete vision loss.
At the Dynamic Speciality Care, we aim to prevent blindness through our experienced team of medical and surgical retina doctors and using highly effective up to date retinal imaging and rapid implementation of treatment.
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