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Sutureless Vitrectomy Surgery

As noted in the vitrectomy surgery page, the standard vitrectomy involves cutting through the conjunctiva, or fleshy part of the front of the eye, and making openings in the pars plana area which require stitches at the end of the surgery.

In the sutureless technique, small tubes or canulas or trochars are placed through the pars plana area and very tiny instruments are placed through these tubes. Once the surgery is complete, the tubes are removed and no stitches are needed.

Only in certain cases can sutureless vitrectomy surgery be performed.

For more information or to schedule an appointment please contact us at 315 464-5252.