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Macular Degeneration has two forms, either Wet or Dry macular degeneration, with wet having the greater impact on sight. The macula is a small (1mm surface area) of the eye which contains 60 000 receptors which generate all our central visual abilities for e.g. driving, reading, colour vision etc. Macular degeneration causes a slow loss of performance in this area due to receptor atrophy in this area – robbing you of your central vision.
Atrophy/tissue degeneration of the macula area. More often than not, both eyes. Often seen in the aged, light coloured eye and in smokers.
Different treatment plans for Wet vs. Dry – timing of limited treatment scope is important. Regular visits to your ECP (eye care practitioner) over the age of 45yrs recommended.