As a leading Vitreo-Retinal Surgeon Professor Stanga routinely operates (both within the NHS and the independent sector) on all conditions affecting the retina and macula, amongst others being floaters, epiretinal membrane, retinal detachment, macular hole, macular schisis, vitreous traction, Argus II for retinitis pigmentosa and ocular trauma.
Professor Stanga operates on ocular injuries and in particular he takes a special interest in ocular traumas caused by work or sport related injuries. Due to his expertise Professor Stanga is often invited to give his opinion and operate on a vast array of such injuries.
In this section we have tried to answer the most frequently asked questions regarding some of these procedures. We hope you find this information useful bearing in mind that this is only a brief summary and Professor Stanga and his team will be happy to discuss in more detail any concerns you may have during your consultation.
For more information on any of the surgical retina conditions we treat, please click on the links below.