With a long standing passion for eye care, Dr. Membreno utilizes his expertise and compassion to provide patients with the utmost care. His surgical expertise extends to Diabetic Retinopathy, Macular Degeneration, Retina Detachments, Intraocular Vascular and Inflammatory diseases. Our goal is to improve visual acuity by providing state-of-the-art retinal care with the compassion and dedication each patient deserves.

At our Kissimmee ophthalmology office, we treat retinal and macular conditions including:

  • Retinal detachment

  • Proliferative vitreoretinopathy

  • Macular holes

  • Diabetic retinopathy

  • Age-related macular degeneration

  • Epiretinal membranes

  • Macula pucker

  • Uveitis and intraocular inflammation

  • Macular and vitreous diseases

  • Other acquired and hereditary retina diseases

Intraocular diseases can be difficult to manage. These disorders can appear on their own, but some patients are genetically predisposed to developing them at some point in their lives. Other eye disorders occur naturally as a result of the aging process. These age-rated visional disorders can be managed in a manner that allows patients to retain their existing eyesight. A certified Kissimmee ophthalmologist can quickly identify whether an ocular ailment is the result of diabetes, determine how advanced a case of cataracts has progressed or if there is another root cause of age-related ocular disturbance.

In many instances, eyesight does not degenerate rapidly. A slow and steady decrease in visual acuity could indicate that there are other factors at play. Other primary diseases and disorders may also lead to diminished vision. Sometimes lost eyesight is just a symptom of another serious condition. These questions may be answered by your primary doctor, or you may need to request a referral to see an eye specialist.

Contusions to the eye may immediately lead to bruising, swelling, inflammation and infection. It is not possible to know the extent of any potential damage done to the eye and its surrounding areas unless an ophthalmologist is consulted. Long term effects as the result of eye contusions can include; conjunctivitis, hematoma and even permanent eyesight loss.

Scheduling annual Kissimmee ophthalmology visits can help prevent permanent eyesight loss from occurring. Visiting an eye care specialist after experiencing eye trauma is also vital for preserving eye health. We are proud to offer specialized treatment options for the eye ailments listed above, as well as many others.

At Retina Macula Specialists, additional services include second opinions, surgery and medical management of intraocular diseases. Visit our convenient location in Kissimmee for an appointment. If you have any further questions about the service provided by Retina Macula Specialists or if you would like to make an appointment, please call 407-931-1510.