Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

We continue to closely monitor the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and are following the published recommendations of the CDC and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. We will continue to see our patients and treat any urgent/emergent needs.

With all of our offices open, the following protocols are in place:

1) We have greatly expanded measures to disinfect our office including cleaning between each patient appointment.

2) To limit any potential exposure, we ask you NOT to bring any non-essential person(s) with you to the appointment.

3) If someone must accompany you to your appointment, we ask that they do not enter the office, if at all possible.

4) If you have an upcoming appointment and identify with the following statements, please do not come directly to the office, but instead call us:

• Fever greater than 100.4

• Respiratory symptoms or difficulty breathing

• Exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days

• Placed in self/hospital quarantine by medical doctor

 Your health and that of our staff is our guiding priority and we continue to update our protocol to ensure safety for everyone. If you have questions regarding these evolving protocols, please contact our office.


Retinal Disease Statistics

Retinal conditions can take many forms. Our eye care specialists consider statistics on macular degeneration, eye stokes, diabetic vision diseases, and more.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Dec 15, 2018

Study Suggests Mediterranean Diets Can Help Prevent AMD

A Mediterranean diet has many health benefits. Recent studies suggest a Mediterranean diet may even reduce the risk of AMD.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Nov 21, 2018

Retinal Tear vs. Retinal Detachment

Retinal tears and detachments can lead to permanent vision loss. Let’s consider the signs, symptoms, risk factors, and treatment options for each condition.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Oct 22, 2018

How the Eye Works

The physicians at Retina Associates, P. A. explain how the eye works so patients have a better understanding of how to care for their vision.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Sep 28, 2018

Retinal Diseases Blindness

Our team at Retina Associates discusses retinal diseases and blindness, and explains the importance of proactive eye care.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Sep 13, 2018

Summer Eye Care Tips

At Retina Associates, our team discusses summer eye care tips to keep your eyes protected from the sun, sand, and sea.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Aug 06, 2018

Retinal Conditions that Can Affect Central Vision

Patients of Retina Associates, P.A. can learn more about the retinal conditions that can affect central vision.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Jun 18, 2018

Retinal Conditions that Affect Peripheral Vision

The ophthalmology physicians at Retina Associates, P.A. discuss the nonretinal and retinal conditions that affect peripheral vision.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on May 17, 2018

Why You Shouldn't Drive after Pupil Dilation

Wondering if you should get behind the wheel after your eye exam? The team at Retina Associates discusses why you shouldn’t drive after pupil dilation.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Apr 27, 2018

Diabetic Retinopathy Complications: Symptoms and Warning Signs

Diabetes can lead to diabetic retinopathy, a form of vision loss with major complications for your eyesight. Our Kansas City, MO retina specialists cover the…

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Mar 02, 2018

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Retina Associates, LLC

Retina Associates, LLC is an advanced medical practice devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of retinal, macular, and vitreous diseases. Together, our eye care physicians belong to various prestigious organizations: 

  • American Board of Ophthalmology
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Society of Retina Specialists

Our mission is to help every patient preserve or restore their sight through our advanced treatment options. To discuss your needs with one of our doctors, request an appointment online or call us at (913) 831-7400.

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