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Injectable Treatments


Injectable Treatments

There are many new intraocular treatments available at Ohio Eye Alliance. An intraocular injection allows medication to be absorbed directly into the eye, maximizing its effectiveness.

In each injection, the eye is numbed, either through topical anesthesia or with a small dose of anesthetic injected under the conjunctiva, the surface layer of the eye. Aseptic techniques are always employed to minimize any risk of infection.

After injection, it is common for patients to experience “floaters,” in their vision, as the medication moves inside the eye. This gradually lessens and resolves as the medication is absorbed into the eye. This process takes 2-3 days.

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  • Anti-VEGF Treatments

  • What is Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor?

  • Why do You Want to Stop VEGF from Working?

  • What Conditions Are Treated with Anti-VEGF Medicine?

  • How Anti-VEGF Treatment is Given

  • Blood vessel growth inhibitor

  • Lucentis (ranibizumab)

  • Eylea (aflibercept)

  • Beovu (brolucizumab)