Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

Protecting Your Vision: Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

At our practice, we understand the importance of maintaining healthy eyes. We offer comprehensive diagnosis and management for various eye diseases, ensuring you receive the best possible care.

Common Eye Conditions:

  1. Cataracts: A gradual clouding of the lens, causing blurry vision and sensitivity to light. It’s a common age-related condition, treatable through surgery.

  2. Glaucoma: Increased pressure in the eye that can damage the optic nerve, leading to vision loss. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial.

  3. Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD): A progressive loss of central vision due to damage in the macula, the area responsible for sharp, central vision. Early detection and management are critical.

  4. Diabetic Retinopathy: A complication of diabetes affecting the retina’s blood vessels, potentially leading to vision problems. Regular eye exams are essential for individuals with diabetes.

  5. Floaters and Flashes: These can occur at any age due to vitreous humor changes. While often harmless, they can indicate more serious problems. Schedule an appointment if you experience them suddenly, frequently, or accompanied by vision loss.

  6. Dry Eye Syndrome: A condition causing uncomfortable dry, burning, or itchy eyes. It can be caused by age, environmental factors, or certain medications. Treatment options are available.

  7. Retinal Detachment: A serious condition where the retina separates from the underlying tissue, causing sudden vision loss. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience vision loss, flashes, or a sudden increase in floaters.

Advanced Diagnostic Tools:

We utilize advanced technologies like dilation and Optos Imaging to thoroughly assess the posterior segment of your eye, which includes the retina, optic nerve, and other vital structures. These tools allow us to detect various eye diseases at their earliest stages, enabling prompt and effective treatment.

Taking care of your eyes is crucial for maintaining good vision throughout your life. Contact us today if you have any concerns or questions about your eye health.

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Hyperoptics Hours

Monday:     10am - 6pm
Tuesday:    11am - 7pm
Wednesday:  8am - 4pm
Thursday:   10am - 6pm
Friday:     11am - 7pm
Saturday:    10am - 5pm
Sunday:    Closed