Two years ago I had a vitrectomy to repair a detached retina. At the one-year post-op check-up, my eye surgeon said everything looked great. He even said that my retina had healed so well that it was hard to see where the tear had been! During my exam today he said there was a small wrinkle on the retina. I was so shocked, I didn't ask any questions! Should I be worried? He also asked me if I was ok with the balance difference between my two eyes? (R -4.25 +.075, 010, +2.50; L -3.75, Sphere, +2.50). Again, I'm like "what??" I've not had any problems except for visual snow vision (which I've had since I was in my 30's). Note: You may remember me from being the high-anxiety, crazy with worry poster from two years ago. Imagine me during this current pandemic! Crazy-for-cocoa-puffs! Any advice or guidance about what a "wrinkle" means would be appreciated. Thanks!