Will floaters go away?
For many, floaters will begin to become less noticeable or go away on their own. The condition causing the floaters, however, may warrant a treatment plan with an experienced retinal specialist.
Do I need to see a doctor if I notice floaters?
Yes, any patient with sudden new onset of floaters should have their retina examined to determine the cause and ensure that proper treatment is initiated.
Are floaters and flashes related?
Yes, some patients will experience floaters in conjunction with flashes of light in their vision, which occur similarly from the separation of the vitreous from the retina.
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Other Conditions Treated at RCA
Our ophthalmologists are experienced in diagnosing and treating many retinal conditions.