The crucial distinction is that wet AMD can be treated, while there is no current cure for dry AMD.
According to the NHS, you may need regular eye injections for wet AMD, and, very occasionally, a light treatment called “photodynamic therapy” to stop your vision getting worse.
Although there’s no treatment for Dry AMD, vision aids can help reduce the effect on your life.
How to manage the condition
You should speak to your eye specialist about a referral to a low-vision clinic if you’re having difficulty with daily activities, advises the NHS.