Treatment of Diabetic complications
Diabetics may suffer from different eye problems due to damage to the blood vessels in the eye, as high blood sugar levels can lead to blurry vision or serious diseases such as glaucoma, cataract and others. One of the most common eye problems in diabetics is retinopathy, which damages blood vessels in the retina. In later stages, it may lead to the growth of new blood vessels over the retina, which leads to the formation of fibrosis on the surface of the retina and as a result, a detachment of the retina may occur, causing blindness. Besides, if blood vessels grow on the iris, another disease such as glaucoma may occur. Unfortunately, diabetes is the primary cause of blindness in adults. Diabetics are 25 times more likely to lose vision than others.
Although blurry vision is one of the main symptoms of various eye diseases, sometimes it can be a small problem caused by high blood sugar. If this is the issue, in order to return to normal vision, your blood sugar level must reach the target range. If this does not help and your vision worsens, you should visit us because you may experience one of the diseases mentioned above. .
We offer all the different surgeries and treatment plans for each of these conditions. If you wish to find a solution to your eye problems, we are ready to help. Your health is our highest priority and we strive to achieve a clear vision for our patients.