AMD treatment options

Once AMD has been diagnosed, it is important to commence appropriate management immediately. This is usually directed by an ophthalmologist (eye specialist), but can be supported by your optometrist.

As previously noted, [insert link to previous post], dry AMD is the more common of the two AMD subtypes and it is characterised by retinal drusen, pigmentation, and atrophy. Neovascular AMD (wet AMD) is less common but is imminently vision-threatening. Wet AMD presents with retinal fluid leakage and bleeding.Vitamin C tablets for age related macular degeneration