Among various treatment options that are available for retinal detachment, Scleral Buckling Surgery is the most suitable one. The procedure involves a small piece of sponge or a silicon band which closes the retinal break and helps the patient’s retina to get reattached when it is stitched outside the eye. The small stitches when sutured push the sclera inwards. This eye surgery procedure also lowers the risk of any cataract formation. Although the stitches are absorbable, the surgeons still recommend medication for pain management to the patients.