Eye Disease Management
Eye diseases can occur at various times throughout life and should be
carefully monitored through yearly comprehensive eye exams.
A few of the main eye diseases our doctors diagnose and manage include:
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD), amblyopia, anisocoria (i.e. when one pupil is bigger than the other), blepharitis, cataracts, chalazion, conjunctivitis (i.e. pink eye), corneal abrasion (i.e. scratched eye), corneal ulcer, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye disease (i.e. burning, scratchy, or gritty eyes), eye allergies (i.e. itchy eyes), eye discharge, eye infections, eye injuries, eye pain, eye twitching, floaters and spots, glaucoma, herpes of the eye, hordeolum (i.e. stye), keratoconus, macular holes, ocular hypertension, ocular migraines (i.e. ophthalmic migraines), ocular rosacea, optic neuritis, pinguecula, pterygium, ptosis (i.e. drooping eyelids), red eyes/bloodshot eyes, retinal break, hole, tear, or detachment, subconjunctival hemorrhage, strabismus (i.e. crossed eyes), swollen eyelids, and uveitis.
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