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Laser Retina Surgery

Have you noticed floaters, changes in your vision, or been diagnosed with a retina condition?

Laser retina treatment can help clear your vision and treat harmful conditions through minimally invasive surgery.

Dr. David J. Parks of Pacific Retina Specialists provides laser surgery to patients in the Beverly Hills, CA, area and Guam.

Do Not Risk Permanent Vision Loss

Don't let your retinal condition go untreated. Retinal conditions such as retinal tears and retinal detachment require prompt treatment to reduce the chances of permanent vision loss. Act quickly. Patients can visit Pacific Retina Specialists at our Beverly Hills, Lancaster, or Guam offices.

Benefits of Laser Retina Surgery

Compared to scalpels and other traditional surgical tools, lasers reduce the risk of ocular damage during surgery and provide the following benefits to patients:

Improved Vision

The greatest benefit of laser retina surgery is an improvement in vision. A vitrectomy can help the doctor accurately perform retinal treatments, such as repairing retinal detachment and tears, to improve vision clarity and health.

Stitch Free

Traditional surgical treatments often use stitches and silicone on the eye to repair retinal tears, detachment, and conditions in the affected area. Laser surgery can secure the treated tissues of the eye without the use of stitches.

Precise Treatment

Lasers can help the surgeon perform the desired retina procedure more precisely and efficiently. Lasers make ophthalmology treatment quicker than traditional retinal treatments.

Virtually Painless

Numbing eye drops are administered before beginning laser retina surgery. These eye drops and lasers make the retinal procedure virtually pain-free.

"(Vitrectomies) involve little or no pain and require only minimal anesthesia."

Retinal Laser Surgery Can Help Treat Many Conditions

Dr. David J. Parks specializes in various issues related to the retina. Some of the most common eye diseases and conditions he has helped treat include:

  • Diabetes
  • Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
  • Retinal detachment
  • Retinal tears
  • Ocular inflammatory diseases
  • AIDS-related eye diseases

Do You Qualify for Laser Treatment? Request a Consultation

Dr. David J. Parks is a board-certified ophthalmologist who has effectively treated diseases of the retina and vitreous since graduating from medical school in 1988.

If you suspect you have a retinal condition, prompt examination and treatment are essential to prevent further vision problems, including blindness.

For effective, minimally invasive retina laser surgery, contact Pacific Retina Specialists to schedule an appointment at our ophthalmology offices in Lancaster, Beverly Hills, or Guam.

(310) 289-3666

The Laser Surgery Process Treating Retina Conditions

The first step to treating a retinal condition is diagnosing it. If you've noticed floaters or any changes in your vision, come into one of our Beverly Hills area offices for a consultation. 
The first step to treating a retinal condition is diagnosing it. If you've noticed floaters or any changes in your vision, come into one of our Beverly Hills area offices for a consultation. 

Examining the Eye

To diagnose your condition, Dr. Parks will start by examining your eye. We will likely need to dilate your eye with eye drops to view your retina. Your eye doctor will then use a light to examine your retina and see if a laser vitrectomy is right for you.

Relaxing With Anesthesia

While a vitrectomy is a painless procedure, thanks to local anesthesia, patients are awake throughout treatment. The doctor can give you a sedative to calm your nerves during the duration of the procedure.

Reaching the Vitreous

Dr. Parks begins the procedure by making three small incisions into the white part of your eye, otherwise known as the sclera.

Removing the Vitreous

Next, state-of-the-art equipment removes the vitreous gel and any other matter within the eye, such as blood. The vitreous is then replaced with a salt solution.

Repairing the Eye

Dr. Parks will examine the eye and use laser equipment to repair the critical structures within. At this time, the surgeon can repair your retinal tear, retinal detachment, macular hole, or any retinal condition you have. No stitches are needed after the vitrectomy, as the scar tissue created by the laser essentially welds the retina and other tissues back together.

We Use State-of-the-Art Technology Floaterectomy With a 27-Gauge Instrument

Why Choose Pacific Retina Specialists?

Personalized Treatment by a Single Doctor

Dr. David J. Parks performs every eye surgery. Rather than seeing multiple doctors throughout the laser retina surgery process, Dr. Parks is the only doctor you'll see.

A Focus on Retinal Care

Pacific Retina Specialists focus on eye conditions related to the retina. By specializing in retinal treatment, Dr. Parks and his team are prepared to meet the needs of patients with retinal tears, detachments, and other conditions.

Conveniently Located Offices

Retinal detachments, tears, and other conditions should be treated promptly. We have two offices conveniently located around the Los Angeles area. Our facilities are laid out for your convenience in Lancaster, Beverly Hills, and even Guam.

"If you suspect you have a retinal condition,
prompt examination and treatment are essential to
prevent further vision problems, including blindness."
Dr. David J. Parks

Are You Ready For Better Vision?

Pacific Retina Specialists specializes in the medical and surgical treatment of ocular complications of diabetes, age related macular degeneration, retinal detachment, ocular inflammation, and other retinal diseases. Schedule an appointment at one of our conveniently located offices in  Beverly Hills, Tamuning, and Lancaster.

You can reach us online, or by calling: (310) 289-3666

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