Are you looking for an experienced eye doctor who can assess the health of your eye’s macula and retina? Our practice, The Retina Group of Washington, is one of the largest and most esteemed macular and retinal practices in the United States. Our 24 eye doctors and surgeons have a wealth of collective knowledge and sub-specialty expertise. When you need to see an Alexandria macular specialist, you will want to visit one of our local offices of The Retina Group of Washington.
At our practice, we enjoy having 26 of the leading eye doctors and eye surgeons on our staff. When you want to see an Alexandria macular specialist you should make an appointment to see one of our local Alexandria eye doctors. They are: Dr. Gordon A. Byrnes; Dr. William F. Deegan III; Dr. Reshma C. Katira; Dr. Geoffrey R. Kaplan; Dr. Michael B. Rivers; Dr. Gayatri S. Reilly; Dr. T. Mark Johnson; Dr. Richard A. Garfinkel; Dr. William B. Phillips; and Dr. Michael S. Osman. Since all of our experts freely consult with associate doctors, when you see one of our fine doctors you are in effect gaining the expertise of each Alexandria macular specialist that we have on staff.
The Retina Group of Washington has been in existence for more than 30 years. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of macular and retinal diseases. Our office locations are smaller and located throughout the Greater DC area to provide a more comfortable and convenient experience for our patients. Many patients come to our practice for diagnosis and treatment of age-related macular degeneration. This is the leading cause of vision loss for people over sixty. If you would like to see a top Alexandria macular specialist, our office is the place to come to. This disease can led to central blindness. However, like many other eye diseases, it advances so slowly that patients affected by this disease do not really notice the changes in their vision. In some patients, the disease progresses faster, and can lead to vision loss. This is just one reason why it is so important to come in for comprehensive eye exams. When you have advanced age related macular degeneration in one eye, you are at very high risk for developing it in the other eye. If you would like to make an appointment to come and see one of our eye doctors, contact us.