The board certified doctors at The Retina Partners specialize in conditions of the retina, macula, and vitreous. We are all deeply committed to the principle of treating every patient as we would treat our own family member. Driven by this philosophy, we make it our top priority to provide personalized and honest care using the latest and most advanced technology in an environment of warmth, compassion, and respect. We encourage our patients to ask questions because it is the right of every patient to learn about the nature of their disease and the latest that science has to offer in understandable terms. Only in this way can the patient, the ophthalmologist in Beverly Hills, and the staff work together as a team to achieve the best results of your retina surgery.
Your ophthalmologist in Beverly Hills wants to make every visit as pleasant, smooth, and efficient as possible. Prior to your appointment, you will receive a telephone call from one of our friendly staff to confirm the date and time of your appointment. When you arrive, you will check in at our front desk, and if it is your first visit with us, you will be provided with a short medical history questionnaire that will help the doctor to better serve you. After that, you will be escorted to an examination room where one of our skilled staff will speak with you about the symptoms you are experiencing. Your vision and eye pressure will be checked and dilating eye drops will be placed in your eyes. Because our doctors will be examining your retina, expect to have one or both eyes dilated during your visit. This is to help confirm if retina surgery is appropriate. For your first visit, we will dilate both eyes so that your doctor can perform a complete examination. Dilating eye drops can take up to 30-45 minutes to work and your vision may be blurry for 4-6 hours. We recommend coming with a responsible driver for your first visit or any visit when both eyes need to be dilated.
The experienced ophthalmologist in Beverly Hills provides a comprehensive list of retinal and macular services for retina surgery. Some of the conditions treated are diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, retinal tears and detachments, flashes and floaters, macular hole, retinal vein occlusion, macular pucker, and central serous chorioretinopathy. Sophisticated diagnostic tests will be performed to accurately assess your condition and the doctor will discuss with you the best treatment options. If you are experiencing an eye problem, come and see the talented team at The Retina Partners.