Specialty Services

Do your doctors treat eye infections?

Yes optometrists are able to diagnose and treat many medical conditions of the eye. Pink eye, corneal abrasions, foreign bodies and eye injuries are among the most common problems treated by the doctors in our office. Learn more about our specialty services and how we treat Ocular Trauma and Ocular Disease.

Are there bifocal contact lenses?

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Yes, there are many options now available for contact lens wearers who require a reading prescription in both gas permeable and soft bifocal contacts. There are many factors in determining weather bifocal contacts are right for you. Our doctors will be happy to discuss your contact lens options with you.

LASIK – How The Laser Works

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LASIK is the most advanced method of changing the shape of the cornea to improve the way light is focused by the eye. The new LASIK procedure features increased comfort and faster recovery time to better vision compared with an alternate procedure known as PRK. Most people experience very little or no discomfort and return …

What are flashers and floaters?

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The flashers and floaters you see may be harmless, but they may also be a sign of important health issues. Any flashing or visual disturbance that lasts more than thirty minutes is considered an emergency and requires immediate attention. Besides, it is always best to consult your eye doctor, because visual disturbances may indicate a …

What is glaucoma?

Glaucoma occurs when there is too much fluid pressure in the eye, causing eye damage and potential blindness. Although glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the United States, it can be prevented if the disease is detected and treated in time. Unfortunately, glaucoma seldom produces early symptoms, and usually there is no pain …

What are cataracts?

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Cataracts usually develop gradually and without pain as the lens in the eye loses transparency and the lens material yellows. The result is a gradual loss of brightness and a slight skewing of color perception that usually goes unnoticed. Cataracts are the leading cause of visual disability in people over 65. Fortunately, cataract surgery is …

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