Reattaching Your Retina Can Save Your Vision
Keep Your Sight
If your retina has become detached, you may notice an increase in floaters or flashes of light, or you may develop a veil over your field of vision. Timely surgery can restore good vision and your quality of life.
High Success Rate
The initial success rate of retinal reattachment ranges from 63% to 94%, depending on the technique used.
Covered by Insurance
As retinal detachment surgery is a medical necessity, insurance will often cover part or all of the cost of the procedure. You may be responsible for copays or coinsurance, which is a small price to pay for your sight.