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What is Pneumatic Retinopexy?

Posted On July 9, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

What is Pneumatic Retinopexy?

One of the treatments used to treat a retinal detachment, pneumatic retinopexy is an office-based procedure involving injection of a gas bubble into the eye to gently push the retina back into

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Posted On March 20, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

What to Expect from a Fluorescein Angiography Test

Retina specialists use fluorescein angiography (FA) to help diagnose and monitor a number of retinal diseases and conditions, including age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, central serous retinopathy, macular edema, macular pucker, ocular

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Posted On March 13, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

Know the Early Warning Signs of a Retinal Detachment

The retina is the layer of nerve cells lining the back wall inside the eye. It senses light and sends signals to the brain so you can see. The vitreous is the

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Posted On March 6, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

What is an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Test?

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging test similar to a computed tomography (CT) scan that allows your retina specialist to clearly see the retina and carefully map and measure

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Posted On February 26, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

Why Your Appointment May Take Longer Than Anticipated

We often have patients and family members ask why they have to wait or why their appointment is taking so long, especially if they see other patients called back before them. We

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Posted On February 20, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

Our Grapevine Office is Moving in March 2019

Our Grapevine office is moving to a new location in March 2019, to better serve our patients. The new office will be located at: 1040 Texan Trail, Suite 100 Grapevine, Texas 76051

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Posted On February 12, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

Low Vision Awareness Month: What You Should Know About Age-Related Macular Degeneration

By Ivan G. Castillo, MD February is Low Vision Awareness Month.  Low vision is a visual impairment that cannot be corrected by standard eyeglasses, contact lenses, medication, or surgery. Age-related macular degeneration

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Posted On January 23, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

Honoring the Life and Legacy of Texas Retina Associates Co-founder William B. Snyder, MD

One of the three founders of Texas Retina Associates, William B. Snyder, MD, passed away on January 18, 2019, at the age of 87. The child of two physicians, Dr. Snyder attended

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Posted On January 15, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

When Should You See a Retina Specialist

Your ophthalmologist or optometrist can monitor your vision, prescribe glasses and contact lenses, and diagnose, treat and prevent a number of eye diseases. However, for some eye conditions, your eye doctor may

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Posted On December 18, 2018 / By / Posted in Blog

Getting to Know Robert C. Wang, MD

Board-certified retina specialist Robert C. Wang, MD, has cared for Texas Retina patients for more than 16 years and currently serves our Dallas Main, Dallas North, Plano and Sherman offices. While he

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