To make the diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye conditions convenient for you, we’ve incorporated the use of high-tech equipment in our model of care. Whether we’re testing you for a serious, vision-threatening condition like cataracts or providing in-office therapy for your dry eye, we have everything you need to find relief and peace of mind.
We’ll examine your eyes in-depth and explore your symptoms and eye health history to determine the root cause of your specific dry eye case. From there, we’ll use a combination of in-office treatments, such as LipiFlow® or BlephEx®, and at-home solutions, like eye drops and supplements, to improve your tear quality and heal the glands and skin around your eyes.
Using optomap, OCT, and ERG, we can get a complete image of your retina and macula — the parts of your eye that are affected by macular degeneration. With the information provided by our imaging, we can diagnose any threats to your central vision early to help you stay on top of the condition and protect your sight.
If you’re experiencing symptoms like fuzzy or blurry vision, we can use optomap and other technology during our exams to see if cataracts, or the clouding of your eyes’ natural lenses, are the root cause. From there, we’ll use eyewear to help you adapt to changes in your sight and manage your symptoms until you’re ready for surgery.
Computer Vision Syndrome
Computer Vision Syndrome
If you’re experiencing eye strain after using digital screens for extended periods of time, we’ll check your eyes to see if computer vision syndrome is to blame. If it is, we’ll set you up with blue light-blocking eyewear and other eye strain-reducing solutions, which will make your eyes more comfortable while working or enjoying your favorite screen-time activities.
To test for diabetic retinopathy — an eye disease caused by high blood sugar and unhealthy blood vessels that can lead to vision loss — we utilize ERG, OCT, and optomap to get a clear view of your inner eye. We’ll then work with you to manage your diabetes and symptoms to keep your retina in great health.
Glaucoma is a hard-to-catch increase in intraocular pressure (IOP), which damages the optic nerve. With optomap and OCT, we can spot this “silent thief of sight” early in its progression, even before symptoms present themselves. That way, we can begin a well-rounded plan to keep your IOP at safe levels and protect your sight in the long run.