Non-Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (NPDR) Treatment
What is NPDR?
NPDR is an early stage of diabetic retinopathy. Ophthalmologists use specialized tools and technology to identify NPDR by deposits forming in the retina and are visible only through a retinal exam.
NPDR has the potential of forming at any time after the onset of diabetes. Often no visual symptoms are present, but examination of the retina can reveal tiny dot and blot hemorrhages.
If non-proliferative diabeitc retinopathy goes undiagnosed and treated, it can quickly lead to much worse forms of the disease, and blindness soon after.
Only an ophthalmologist has the technology, skills, and background to properly diagnose and treat NPDR.
Contact us today for an immediate appointment to ensure you will be seeing clearly forever more.