Eye Floater Treatment in Sarasota & Manatee County, FL

Floaters are a common symptom in adult patients. Floaters may appear as mobile dark spots, wavy lines, or spider webs in the vision. Most floaters occur due to age-related changes in the jelly (a.k.a. vitreous) within the eye.

Sudden onset of floaters or flashes of light may indicate that a tear or detachment has developed in the retina. These symptoms are considered eye emergencies, and patients with sudden onset of floaters and flashes should seek a prompt dilated examination with an ophthalmologist and most likely, an appointment for an eye floater treatment.

Retina Care Consultants, P.A., is specialized in managing sudden onset floaters and flashes. For more information regarding these symptoms, please visit the American Academy of Ophthalmology patient information website: https://www.aao.org/eye-health/diseases/what-are-floaters-flashes

Laser Eye Floater Removal

Chronic eye floaters can significantly interfere with vision as well. If you are experiencing bothersome floaters or flashes for greater than 6 months, consider coming to Retina Care Consultants for a floater evaluation. We are the only practice in Manatee/Sarasota specialized in laser eye floater treatment, a painless clinical procedure that can greatly reduce floater and flashes symptoms.

For more information on laser eye floater treatment, visit this website: https://www.floater-lft.com

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Before Laser Floater Removal By Dr. Brugger and Dr. Shane

After Laser Floater Removal By Dr. Brugger and Dr. Shane

Before and after laser eye floater treatment by Dr. Brugger and Dr. Shane

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Laser Eye Floater Treatment Alternative: Vitrectomy Floater Removal

In addition to laser, vitreous jelly removal (vitrectomy) is another option to eliminate chronic, bothersome floaters.  This outpatient surgical procedure eliminates floaters completely and is most appropriate for patients with multiple, diffuse floaters.

For more information on the risks and benefits to vitrectomy for floaters, call today for a dilated examination with Dr. Brugger and Dr. Shane.

Before Vitrectomy Floater Removal by Dr. Brugger and Dr. Shane

After Vitrectomy Floater Removal By Dr. Brugger and Dr. Shane

Vitrectomy Floaters before and after eye floater treatment by Dr. Brugger and Dr. Shane

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