Eye Conditions & Diseases
Eye Conditions & Diseases
Have An Eye Condition You Are Concerned About?
We Routinely Treat Many Eye Conditions Including:
|broken blood vessels||conjunctivitis (pink eye)|
|dry eye||eyelid lumps & bumps|
|eye injuries & pain||floaters|
|itchy crusty eyelids||red eyes|
|foreign bodies||scratched eye|
|excessive tearing||sudden vision loss|
|and other eye conditions|
We Are Here For You When You Need Us ...
Schedule an appointment with one of our highly trained optometrists to address your eye health needs. We have weekday appointments for eye emergencies and eye conditions. Our extended office hours are Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 7 PM, and Friday from 8 AM to 5:30 PM.
Your Medical Insurance May Cover Your Visit!
When you schedule an appointment we’ll verify your insurance benefits. After your visit, we’ll submit a claim to your insurance company on your behalf. If a medication is prescribed, our doctors will electronically transmit your prescription thru e-prescribe services to your pharmacy.
Diabetic Eye Disease - Early Intervention Prevents Vision Loss
Diabetes effects the eyes. Early Intervention is the key to preventing diabetic eye disease. Common side effects include sudden changes in prescription, double vision, and bleeding in the eye. Early treatment can prevent permanent vision loss. Dr. Horak will discuss any findings and communicate with your endocrinologist to help better manage this condition.
Ocular Surface Disease / Dry Eye - Restoring Natural Tear Film Function
With the increase use of digital devices including cell phones,iPads, and computers, dry eye syndrome has become a widespread condition. Other medical conditions such as Lupus, Sjogrens syndrome and Thryroid Eye Disease also contribute to dry eye. Early intervention and proper management can alleviate many unwanted symptoms allowing for comfortable and optimal vision.
Cataracts - A Clouding of the Eye's Natural Lens
When the lens inside of the eye begins to change color or becomes cloudy, a cataract begins to form. There are many forms of cataracts and some are much less debilitating than others. Proper diagnosis and early prevention are the best way to prolong the need for surgery. However, once cataracts are ripe to where vision can not be restored with new glasses, surgery will be the only option to restore vision. We work with best surgeons who can design the best type of implants suited for you lifestyle.
Glaucoma - The Silent Thief
Glaucoma is an eye related disorder that causes damage to the nerves that carry information from the eye to the brain. Most cases of glaucoma have few symptoms. Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the U.S. with half of Americans with glaucoma unaware that they even have it. A yearly eye exam is the best insurance to protect from losing sight due to glaucoma.
Macular Degeneration - Age Related Loss of Central Vision
Age Related Macular Degeneration is a condition where one begins to loose central vision. Early intervention is important as this condition can change from a dry form to a wet form. The wet form is usually associated with severe permanent vision loss and very little effective treatment is available today. If you have risk of MD the doctor will discuss with you the best preventative measures and will implement a protocol to best monitor this condition.