Anaheim Eye Retina
What is the Retina?
The retina is a thin yet extraordinarily complex layer of tissue lining the back portion of the eye. The retina contains photoreceptor cells and other specialized nerve cells that convert the image that you see into a signal that is recognized by the brain. Retinal injury or disease directly affects the quality of vision and can occur by due to retinal detachment, aging, infection, cancer, diabetes, macular degeneration and cardiovascular disease and elevated pressure within the eye.
Our Anaheim Eye Institute Retina specialists focus on delivering the best treatment for issues that arise from disease, accidents and age-related conditions. Lasers are frequently used to treat retinal tears and to reduce leakage from retinal blood vessels. We also perform surgeries to treat ocular trauma, retinal detachment, vitreous hemorrhage, macular hole, scar tissue on the retina, and other related disorders.
Anaheim Eye Institute employs the most state of the art technology including High Definition OCT, Fluorescein Angiography, and Retinal Photographic analysis to monitor and treat macular degeneration. Treatment includes use of appropriate sunglasses outdoors, smoking cessation, use of an AREDS approved eye vitamin, and low vision aids
Our Retinal Expert
Dr. Adrean is a specialist in the surgical and medical treatment of retinal disease. He is a board-certified ophthalmologist with advanced sub-specialty training in the management of complex retinal diseases. Dr. Adrean received his medical degree from Loma Linda University in 2000 and went on to complete his residency in ophthalmology at the University of California, Davis.
He then went on to finish his ophthalmology training with a surgical retinal fellowship at the Kresge Eye Institute at Wayne State University, where he was trained by the world’s leading experts in the treatment of retinal disease. Dr. Adrean brought this advanced knowledge and skill to Orange County in 2006.
Dr. Adrean is a leading expert in the treatment of macular degeneration and diabetic retinal disease.