Over 40 Years of Retina Care

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Understanding The Eye

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Pediatric Retina

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Welcome to Tennessee Retina

Tennessee Retina is Middle Tennessee’s largest and most established retina practice. Our premier team of board certified, fellowship trained ophthalmologists is dedicated to the surgical and medical treatment of diseases associated with the retina, macula and vitreous. We are committed to providing state-of-the-art care to all of our patients in a warm and caring environment. Our physicians are active in local, national, and international ophthalmologic and vitreoretinal professional societies and are dedicated to continued improvement in the services we provide for our patients and referring doctors.

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Our Physicians

Tennessee Retina physicians are dedicated to providing each patient with compassionate, state-of-the-art care in a patient-friendly environment. Our experienced physicians have completed their training in the most prestigious ophthalmology and retina training programs in the world.

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News & Announcements

Retina Conditions Explained

As part of our 2021 campaign to help better understand the eye, we want to dig deeper into explaining each retinal disease and condition. Each month we will highlight a retina condition and provide you with information and terminology in hopes of making...

2021: Understanding The Eye

Tennessee Retina is dedicating 2021 to helping you stay informed!  The retina plays the biggest role in our ability to see. It's important for you to understand the procedures and terminology behind your diagnosis involved with this complex but delicate...

2020: The Year of Excellent Vision

November is Diabetes Awareness Month! Roughly one in three people with diabetes who are older than 40, experience symptoms related to Diabetic Retinopathy. Diabetic Retinopathy is the most common cause of vision loss in people with diabetes. It's...