Age-Related Macular Degeneration, AMD

About Macular Degeneration

Over time, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) can result in irreversible loss of central vision. Detecting changes early through regular eye tests can identify the disease before sight-threatening complications occur.

What is AMD?

In its early stages, AMD can have little or no effect on your vision. As AMD progresses, detailed, central vision is affected and becomes worse. In late, end-stage AMD all detailed central vision may be permanently lost.

AMD. A Lifelong Commitment.

It is important to remember that managing AMD is a lifelong process: even with 2RT™ Retinal Rejuvenation you will need to continue to visit your ophthalmologist every six months.

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