Eye Conditions


Cataracts are a common cause of decreased vision. Today there are many great options not only, to improve your vision, but also your quality of life.

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Dry Eye

Do you suffer from eye irritation, burning, and intermittent blurry vision? If so, you may have dry eye disease. Many patients suffer from chronic dry eye and struggle to find relief. Today, we have many good treatment options to help restore your vision and decrease your pain.

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General Eye Care

In addition to specialized care, we also provide general eye checkups which typically involve updating your glasses or contact lenses prescription and performing a full dilated eye exam. Adult routine eye exams or screening visits are recommended by the American Academy of Ophthalmology for patients over the age of 40. In addition, patients with diabetes, macular degeneration or other eye diseases, risk factors for eye disease, or a family history of eye disease should also be followed regularly.

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Glaucoma is a silent stealer of vision-related to elevated eye pressure. It’s generally a painless disease and often patients have no symptoms until it is advanced. While some patients are at increased risk, anyone can get glaucoma so it is important to have a regular check-up with your ophthalmologist.

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Fuchs’ Dystrophy

Fuchs’ Endothelial Corneal Dystrophy is a genetic condition that causes patients to lose vision from corneal edema and guttae (goo-tay). These changes scatter light as it passes through the cornea. Today, we have many exciting new treatments that can rehabilitate the vision for patients with Fuchs’ dystrophy.

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Map Dot Fingerprint Dystrophy

Map Dot Fingerprint dystrophy has many names including Anterior basement membrane and epithelial basement membrane dystrophy. This very common condition causes blurry vision and in 15% of people can cause painful recurrent cornea erosions. New, in-office treatments can improve the vision and reduce the chance of painful erosions.

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Diabetic Eye Exams

Diabetes is a common cause of vision loss. Regular dilated eye exams are necessary to check for diabetic changes in the eye and to reduce your risk of vision loss from Diabetes.

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Recurrent Corneal Erosion Syndrome

Recurrent corneal erosion syndrome is often diagnosed after several bouts of sharp eye pain that typically occurs early in the morning. It frequently occurs after an eye trauma/corneal abrasion and in patients with map dot fingerprint corneal dystrophy. Today, we have treatments that can greatly reduce the chance of getting another erosion.

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Blurry Vision After Cataract Surgery

While cataract surgery is very successful in most patients, some patients can experience blurry vision afterward. A careful examination can often discover the cause, which, often is amenable to treatment.

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