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Thomas A. Ciulla MD PC
10300 N. Illinois St.
Indianapolis, IN, 46290

Office: 317-817-1822

Fax: 317-817-1898

Emergency: 911

Providing Expert Treatment for:

Persistent vitreous floaters,
macular hole, macular pucker,
retinal detachment, & diabetic retinopathy

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Dr. ciulla

Dr. Thomas Ciulla graduated from Harvard College, with high honors, and from the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, where he was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, the National Medical Honor Society.


He completed a residency in Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, and then a fellowship in Vitreo-Retinal Diseases and Surgery at Tufts Medical School, Boston, where he was awarded a prestigious Heed Fellowship.

Dr. Ciulla is board-certified in ophthalmology and has served as Co-Director of the Retina Service and Associate Professor of Ophthalmology on the faculty of the Indiana University School of Medicine, prior to entering private practice at the Midwest Eye Institute.

conditions treated

Surgery for persistent symptomatic floaters is performed with sutureless small gauge vitrectomy, which is an outpatient procedure. Using modern techniques, vision generally returns rapidly.

Macular hole causes loss of central vision and is treated with small gauge vitrectomy.

Macular Pucker causes distortion and blurring of central vision. It is treated with small gauge vitrectomy.

Retinal detachment is a very serious condition that causes permanent loss of vision. Surgery to restore vision is generally successful using modern techniques.

Diabetic retinopathy can cause vitreous hemorrhage and retinal detachment, both of which are treated surgically.