Retinal hole laser treatment, also known as laser photocoagulation, is a type of eye surgery that is used to treat small holes or tears in the retina, which is the layer of tissue at the back of the eye that is liable for eyesight.
The procedure involves using a laser to create small burns around the retinal hole or tear, which stimulates the growth of scar tissue. The scar tissue then helps to seal the hole or tear, preventing further fluid from leaking through and reducing the risk of retinal detachment.