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Cataract vision loss is a life-altering experience that impacts the simplest of everyday activities like driving your car at night or walking around on a bright sunny day. As the eye’s natural lens clouds with cataracts, the world around you can become blurred, distorted and dull. To complete your procedure, all that’s left for us to do is close the tiny incision and place a protective cover over the eye. Patients typically see clearly immediately the next day.
If you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes and are dealing with any such vision concerns, you should schedule an eye exam as soon as possible to get tested for diabetic retinopathy. Anyone with diabetes is at risk of developing a serious eye condition like diabetic retinopathy, but there are additional factors that could increase your risk. Come in today for a simple diabetic retinopathy screening with one of our experienced eye care specialists. The pain-free dilated eye test consists mainly of an examination of your retina and macula to check for abnormalities with your ocular blood vessels and optic nerve, swelling of the retina, and retinal detachment.
Almost all of us have experienced itchy, red or dry eyes at some point. Dry eye syndrome is characterized by a chronic lack of lubrication causing irritation in the eyes. Depending on the cause and severity of the condition, dry eye syndrome may not be completely curable. However, most cases can be managed successfully. If you experience constant irritation from dry eye, let our staff of experts help you relieve your symptoms. With years of collective experience, our team has helped countless patients manage chronic dry eye with the appropriate tools and treatments. Schedule a consultation with us today to learn more about the treatment options we offer.
Most cases of glaucoma are caused by a buildup of fluid in the front of the eye that increases ocular pressure to dangerous levels (ocular hypertension). The increased pressure can damage the optic nerve — which is essential for transmitting the images we see to the brain for visual recognition — and result in permanent blindness. There are other, less common types of glaucoma including normal-tension glaucoma, congenital glaucoma and secondary glaucoma. Through comprehensive eye testing that measures peripheral vision, the pressure in your eye, optic nerve health, the thickness of your cornea and fluid drainage, our glaucoma specialists can identify your specific type and develop a custom treatment plan designed to save your vision.