MEA Hosted an Educational Roundtable on Diabetic Eye Exams

During this past week, Matossian Eye Associates hosted an educational lecture to discuss and inform ... | read full article

FAQ: What Is An OCT Scan?

At Matossian Eye Associates, we make a concerted effort to explain any and all testing and treatment... | read full article

How To Protect Your Eyes from the Dangers of Digital Blue Light

The next time you are in a shopping mall or sitting on a plane or train, take a moment and observe t... | read full article

read more news stories

Take the Cataract Self Test


All of our eyes have neurosensory retinal tissue, essentially an extension of the brain, which transmits signals from the eye to the visual processing area of the brain. The retina is not only delicate but it can also reveal problems caused by other diseases elsewhere in your body. If you have been recommended to see a retina specialist, you should make that appointment without delay. Many serious and vision threatening conditions may be able to be treated by a retina specialist. The most common reasons to be referred to a retinal specialist are:

Video Title : Anatomy, Retina
View Video

Click here to read about the next section, Macular Degeneration