Yes, you can fly with a detached retina. However, after retinal detachment surgery, until your doctor establishes that the gas bubble is absorbed,, you will be advised not to fly in an airplane or high altitude. Traveling or flying high in a gas-filled can build the pressure within the eye and may cause pain and decreased vision. However, flying with silicone oil fill poses no problems

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Neoretina is an NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospital and Healthcare Providers) accredited Super-Speciality Eye Hospital located in the heart of the city of Hyderabad. From the best eye care experts in the country to possessing state-of-the-art equipment that only a handful of specialty hospitals in the country claim to house, Neoretina has been trusted by more than 500 ophthalmologists as a referral hospital and hundred-thousands of patients across the country for the management of diseases of Retina, Uvea and complex eye conditions. An astounding 93% success rate in complicated retinal surgeries is testimony to our unmatched services in eye care, enabling us to become one of the most reputed eye hospitals in the country.
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