Age-related macular degeneration, or AMD, is an eye disease that damages the central vision. This condition is common in individuals who are over the age of 55. While there is no cure, we can help with treatment and management services.
Cataracts are likely to occur in most of the population as we age, and may develop early if certain factors are present. However, we can restore your sight for the best vision possible with our proven techniques and capabilities.
Conjunctivitis, commonly known as red eye or pink eye, has a variety of causes. While often contagious, conjunctivitis could also be a result of allergies or an injury to the eye. Your optometrist can help to determine the cause and prescribe you the best treatment possible.
Individuals with diabetes are at a much higher risk of developing complications in their ocular health as a result of this disease. As such, it is especially important for people with diabetes to have their eyes examined regularly to guard against such complications.
If you have ever experienced a strange blob floating across your vision, or an out-of-place flash of light, you may be familiar with flashes and floaters. While often unremarkable, frequently and suddenly experiencing flashes or floaters could be indicative of a more serious problem.
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness and does not display symptoms until vision loss has already begun to occur. Glaucoma can cause a loss of peripheral vision that may eventually progress further if left untreated. This is why early detection through your optometrist is crucial.
You can find our office east of highway 96 on 21st, right across from NewSpring Church. There is plenty of parking and easy access into our complex just off of Collective Lane.
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