Chevy Chase Eye Surgeon

Eye care in Chevy Chase

Chevy Chase eye surgeon

Chevy Chase eye surgeon

Are you looking for a top-notch doctor who will be able to treat you for problems involving ocular oncology? When you are looking for an ophthalmologist who meets the highest standards of ophthalmology care, you can do no better than to come to our practice, The Retina Group of Washington. Our practice is well known and well respected nationwide for providing the very highest level of retinal care including care related to ocular oncology. When you need a Chevy Chase eye surgeon, you can visit us at our Chevy Chase local practice.

At our practice, we have a total of 26 ophthalmology specialists on staff. We have many offices throughout the Washington DC and surrounding areas to make sure that we are conveniently located for our patients, and so that our patients will benefit from being seen at an office that offers a small office feel. However, our doctors always consult with each other on specific cases; so when you see one of our doctors, you are benefiting from the collective knowledge of all of our doctors. At our Chevy Chase office, our highly trained ophthalmologists are: Dr. Daniel M. Berinstein; Dr. Richard A. Garfinkel; Dr. T. Mark Johnson; Dr. Michael M. Lai; Dr. Robert P. Murphy; Dr. Gayatri S. Reilly; and Dr. Reginald J. Sanders. Our leading Chevy Chase eye surgeon is Dr. William Deegan. Under his direction, our Retina Group offers the area’s most comprehensive ocular oncology care. We treat the full spectrum of benign and malignant intraocular lesions. Whether you need diagnosis, or state-of-the-art treatment and ongoing care, we will be able to provide you with the very highest level of services that you need. Our specialists, who comprise our staff of 26 doctors, are able to provide expertise in the area of medical and radiation oncology and other sub-specialties related to ocular oncology.

Among the malignancies that we treat are: choroidal melanoma; choroidal metastasis; intraocular lymphoma; retinoblastoma and retinocytoma and conjunctival melanoma. We also treat patients with different benign but nonetheless vision-threatening lesions. Among these types of problems that we treat are: choroidal nevus; circumscribed and diffuse choroidal hemangioma; choroidal osteoma, and other benign problems of the eye. We also are able to help patients who have ocular complications of non-ocular malignancies including leukemia; non-ocular lymphoma; radiation retinopathy or optic neuropathy; and chemotherapy-related toxicities in the retina and optic nerve. For the highest level of treatment by our Chevy Chase eye surgeon, contact us today.

5454 Wisconsin Ave, Suite 650
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
(301) 656-8100