William J Foster, MD, PhDDiseases and Surgery of the Retina & Vitreous

1Diagnosing the problem

Examinations and Imaging Techniques.

In order to diagnose your condition, I carefully listen to your history and perform a thorough ophthalmic examination. I will also order tests, as appropriate, to confirm the diagnosis and prognosis.

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2Treatment methods

Injections and Lasers

Although treatment is not always required, if you should require treatment, I have training in the latest techniques, including laser surgery, photodynamic therapy, and intravitreal injections.

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3Intra-ocular surgery

Vitrectomy Surgery

Sometimes intra-ocular surgery is required. I have extensive experience performing this delicate surgery.

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welcome to My Practice!

My team and I look forward to meeting you, getting to know you and helping you with your eye-related conditions. While I am a vitreoretinal surgeon, I am committed to not only providing you excellent surgical care but, because I pay attention to the whole person, I am dedicated to helping you to save your vision, see better, and function better in your daily life.

We are committed to working with you to make sure you get the best possible care. Please visit my section on Why Choose Us to find out more about what sets my practice apart from others.

  • Eye Anatomy Normal eye anatomy
  • Amsler Grid What a patient with a normal macula sees
  • Amsler Grid What a patient with a macular disease (with a macular pucker) might see.
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William J Foster, MD, PhD

I am happy to see and examine you to provide you with a second opinion on your condition. I make a point of taking the time to carefully perform an examination, order appropriate tests, and to discuss my findings with you, in language that you can understand.