Laser is an effective treatment option for blocked/ leaking vessels. Lasers can prevent further damage to unaffected retina and prevent vision loss.

In cases with oedema, neovascularisation Anti-VeGF injections are very useful. Anti-VeGF injections inhibit formation of neovascularisation and in early stages can cause regression as well. They are important treatment tool for managing diabetic retinopathy. It is given under topical anaesthesia and as a day care procedure. Patient can resume their daily routine from next day onwards. There are various Anti-Vegf agents such as Aflibercept (Eylea),  Ranibizumab (Accentrix) and Bevacizumab (Avastin). Our doctor will guide you to choose best for your eyes.