Why Choose DLV Vision for Your Retina Treatment?

At DLV Vision, you’ll have a team of world-class doctors and cutting-edge technology to ensure you get the best retina treatment possible for your eyesight. We offer a range of retina treatment services that will monitor the health of your retina and keep you seeing clearly for years to come.

Why Your Retinal Health
Is Important

The retina is a crucial part of your vision system that lines the inner surface of the back of your eye. It works similarly to camera film and is responsible for picking up light and sending it to your brain, which then interprets it into images you can see. The retina is also extremely delicate, and any damage to it is often irreversible and can affect your eyesight.

Common Retinal Conditions

Unfortunately, as the retina is so fragile, there are a number of issues and conditions that can damage it. DLV Vision offers management and care for a range of conditions, such as the following below, but we’re also able to help protect your vision from other diseases like retinal vascular occlusion, macular pucker, retinal tears, dropped lenses, and more.

Diabetic Retinopathy

This is a diabetic complication that can have severe effects on your vision and health, and it often won’t show any obvious signs until it’s too late. Diabetic retinopathy occurs when diabetes causes abnormal blood vessel development in your eyes. These weak blood vessels can then break and leak onto the retina.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

AMD is a condition where the structure responsible for central vision — the macula — wears down, often due to the body’s natural aging process. Most patients won’t notice any signs of AMD, but our team can identify it early and create a management plan to keep your vision clear.

Detached Retina

Retinal detachment is a serious issue that happens when the retina becomes separated from the back of your eye, causing vision loss. We can often perform retinal surgery to re-attach the retina back to the wall of the eye to restore some of your eyesight.


These are gray or brown spots in your vision, often appearing like dust, cobwebs, lines, or dots. Floaters usually aren’t a sign of concern, but they can be irritating to live with. Luckily, our team can correct floaters and restore your vision.

Posterior Vitreous Detachment

The back of your eye is filled with a clear, gel-like material called the vitreous, which can separate from the retina as you age. If this happens, our team can examine your eyes to determine if a retina treatment option is required to repair it.

Vitreous Hemorrhage

This issue occurs when the vitreous bleeds out of the area in the back of the eye. Vitreous hemorrhage is often a sign of an even more serious issue, like diabetic retinopathy or retinal detachment.


Freckles in the layer under the retina can indicate a condition known as choroidal melanoma, a form of cancer. Our eye experts can identify if any spots are melanoma and will refer you to other specialists for management.


Uveitis is an issue where the inside of your eye becomes inflamed. This is often caused by eye injury, disease, or infections. We can help manage this with treatments, eye drops, and oral medications to keep your eyes healthy.

Treatment Options at DLV

DLV Vision believes in offering patients truly personalized eye care using a variety of treatment options. Our eye doctors will identify the best choice for your lifestyle and vision needs from options including:

Eye Injections

Eye injections are a common and effective option for managing and treating diseases, such as some forms of AMD, diabetic retinopathy, and retinal vein occlusion. These are all pain-free solutions that involve delivering medicine to specific parts of your eye.

Laser Procedures

Our expert eye surgeons also offer several different laser surgery procedures to manage a range of conditions. These options include laser panretinal photocoagulation, laser retinopexy, and more.

Retinal Surgery

Our experts are also skilled at performing surgical repair and care for retina treatments, including vitrectomy, scleral buckle, and choroidal drainage. We also offer intraocular lens exchange, which is frequently performed at the same time as a vitrectomy.

Our Retina Specialist

Our retina treatment team is led by Moisés Enghelberg, DO, MSc, a Board-Certified ophthalmologist who has extensive experience in caring for patients with retinal issues. You can trust Dr. Enghelberg to manage your treatment and work tirelessly to preserve your sight.

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Why Choose DLV Vision?

DLV Vision is known for providing patients with exceptional vision results that are tailored to their individual needs. Our talented eye surgeons use cutting-edge technology to protect your eyesight and will keep you seeing clearly for years to come!

Don’t Let Retina Issues Keep You in the Dark —
Schedule a Consultation with DLV Vision Today!


We’re proud to serve a large portion of southern California with our many convenient offices. No matter which DLV Vision location is closest to you, you can expect the same care, skill, and compassion that will have you seeing better than ever!

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