A retinal detachment is a very serious problem that almost always causes blindness if left untreated. A retinal detachment occurs when the retina is pulled away from its normal position. Early symptoms that may indicate the presence of retinal detachment include flashing lights, new floaters, and/or a gray curtain moving across your field of vision. These symptoms do not always mean a retinal detachment is present; however, you should see your ophthalmologist as soon as possible. Retinal detachment surgery can be performed at our outpatient surgery center by one of our retinal specialists. View Video
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Practice Focus: Medical Retina, Diabetes, Ocular Inflammation (Uveitis), Cataract Education: University of Northern Colorado University of…
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Practice Focus: Medical and surgical treatments for diseases of the macula, retina, and the vitreous.
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