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Our retina specialists are dedicated to helping you see what matters.

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Accreditations & Memberships

Our nationally-recognized specialists are listed among the top retina doctors in the US by Castle Connolly, Super Doctors, and many others. They are also proud to be active members of the ophthalmology healthcare community.

3,478 Sight Saving Treatments Each Month

By putting your retinal and overall health first and foremost, we’ve been at the leading edge of specialized retina care for more than 40 years. On average, the highly skilled specialists at Austin Retina complete over three thousand sight saving treatments each month.

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Patient Reviews

We offer the most advanced treatment and procedures, 24/7 doctor availability, and a highly experienced, knowledgeable and caring staff. And that’s just the beginning. Read on to see why patients believe we are the #1 retina center in Central Texas.

Reviews of Austin Retina

9 Physicians All with Advanced Surgical Retina Training

Each of our doctors is a board-certified ophthalmologist and AUPO fellowship-trained retina specialist.

Our Retina Specialists

18 Austin Area Locations

As Central Texas’ largest group of retina specialists, we are conveniently located from Waco to San Marcos and throughout the greater Austin area.

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Retina Conditions & Care

Austin Retina is at the forefront of retinal care, using leading-edge diagnostic equipment, state-of-the-art surgical procedures and personalized care.

“My doctor was so gracious. He listened to me and answered all of my questions.”
Susan H.
“Thank you Austin Retina! I now can see well enough to drive and read!”
Samuel V.
“My experience was awesome. I highly recommend Austin Retina!”
Sharon K.
“Austin Retina is awesome! Best eye care around!”
David P.

Latest News

Keep up with the latest news in retina care with Austin Retina.

  • Blog Post

    Get the Word Out for Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

    As of 2021, approximately 11 million adults over the age of 55 in the US are affected by age-related macular degeneration (AMD) , which is the leading cause of blindness in older individuals. This number is expected to reach 22 million by 2050. However, if AMD is detected early and properly managed …

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  • Blog Post

    Understanding Macular Conditions and Symptoms

    At the center of the retina is a pigmented area known as the macula, which controls the central vision of our eyes. Central vision plays a crucial role in our daily lives, giving us the ability to see fine details, drive, read, recognize faces, perceive color, and more. Just like the rest of the …

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