Medical ServicesGlaucoma Management - The optic nerve carries the visual signal that the eye creates to the brain. Glaucoma is a disease in which the optic nerve is damaged. This, in turn, leads to an insidious loss of vision. Prompt detection and management of glaucoma is crucial in preventing damage. Outstanding therapies for this disease include: eye drops, laser and incisional surgeries.
Diabetic Retinopathy - Those with diabetes are at risk of associated retinal problems such as: diabetic retinopathy, macular edema and ischemia, ocular hemorrhage and retinal detachment. Routine monitoring is crucial to the early detection and optimal management of these conditions.
Macular Degeneration - The macula is the central region of the retina. It is responsible for generating the image in the eye, analogous to the film in a camera. Macular degeneration damages the retina and impairs vision. Appropriate monitoring and therapy are useful in optimizing visual outcomes in this condition.
Dry Eye Syndrome - This common disorder manifests with symptoms of ocular irritation and blurred vision. Great improvement in comfort will result from optimal intervention including: conventional lubrication, therapy with lubricating products and punctal closure.