Win Retina



“Vitrectomy” is a surgical procedure performed by a retina specialist to remove the vitreous in the eye and treat diseases of the retina. Vitrectomy is commonly performed to treat retinal detachments, severe bleeding in the eye, macular holes and macular puckers.

Vitrectomy involves placing small instruments into the eye. For most patients, vitrectomy can be formed under local or “twilight” anesthesia, where the patient is sedated and the eye is completely anesthetized to eliminate any pain or discomfort. Vitrectomy is usually an outpatient procedure.

All of our retina specialize in “small-incision” vitrectomy, where the surgical instruments used are very small and do not require stitches. Small incision surgery has the added benefit of shorter surgery times and quicker recovery following surgery.

How can we help you?

Our goal is to ensure that every patient is given personalized care and treatment and that all of their questions and concerns are fully addressed.

Scheduling an appointment with Dr. Win was a breeze. Due to my busy work schedule, I am only able to see him on Saturdays. I was quite nervous visiting Dr. Win about my retinal detachment as I have been ignoring this issue for quite sometime. He and his staff put my mind at ease. With several treatments, my vision has improved significantly. I love being able to see again.

Lee J.
Irvine, CA

We Understand The Importance Our Patients Place On Their Vision.

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