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Maintain Your Vision with Our Comprehensive Eye Care


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Typically an age-related condition, cataracts occur when clumps of protein prevent light from reaching the retina, causing gradual vision loss. Surgery is the only permanent solution. During cataract surgery, your doctor will remove the clouded lens and replace it with an IOL (intraocular lens). 


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Glaucoma usually occurs when intraocular pressure becomes excessive, endangering the optic nerve. In addition to offering medicated eye drops and laser therapy, we are one of only twenty surgical care centers in the country offering micro shunts, a recently FDA-approved therapy currently in a three-year clinical trial.

Diabetic Retinopathy

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Diabetic retinopathy occurs when the tiny blood vessels in the retina swell, leaking blood and other fluid into the eye. Symptoms include blurred vision, dark spots, floaters, and difficulty with night vision. Although your doctor cannot restore lost vision, he can prevent further damage by sealing off damaged blood vessels with a surgical laser, or intraocular injections.

Dry Eye

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Dry eyes can occur when you do not produce enough tears, or when the quality of your tears does not provide sufficient moisture. Our doctors typically begin treatment with over-the-counter or prescription eye drops. If you do not respond to this regimen, we also offer more aggressive options such as punctual plugs, heat therapy, and thermal cauterization.

Macular Degeneration

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Macular degeneration involves damage to the macula, or the central portion of the retina. Dry macular degeneration involves a breakdown and thinning of retinal cells. Wet macular degeneration occurs when abnormal blood vessels emit fluid and blood into the retina. There is no cure, but early and aggressive treatment can slow the progression of the disease.

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To learn more about the eye diseases we treat, schedule your consultation with us today.