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Eye Health Vision Centers is proud to provide comprehensive eye examinations to help diagnose and treat a multitude of common visual impairments.

As a visual impairment, myopia (more commonly recognized as nearsightedness) makes it difficult for individuals to see things that are not nearby.

Farsightedness (hyperopia) is a vision condition that describes the ability to clearly see or read far away items but not those that are nearby.

Presbyopia is a very common vision condition that occurs naturally as we age and affects many women and men who are forty years of age and older.

Eye Health Vision Centers proudly offers comprehensive treatment for adolescents, as well as adults, who are suffering from amblyopia, or lazy eye.

Astigmatism is a highly common vision condition that is caused by having a misshapen cornea, preventing light from properly focusing on the retina.

Our team of highly qualified vision specialists is skilled to treat a multitude of common eye infections, including pink eye, stye, and blepharitis.

Dry eye syndrome is a vision condition classified by chronically dry, itchy eyes that do not properly self-lubricate, causing extreme discomfort.

Many individuals are plagued by seasonal allergies that affect their eyes, causing redness, swelling, and itching, but we can help ease symptoms.

Eye Health Vision Centers prescribes contact lenses and eyeglasses to patients who are experiencing vision impairment from common vision conditions.

Refractive surgery is laser vision correction, which uses advanced technology to correct and reshape the cornea, addressing common refractive errors.

LASIK is a very popular form of laser correction surgery that improves vision and addresses refractive eye errors for clearer vision without glasses.


Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a form of laser vision correction surgery that removes the outer layer of the cornea to reshape the inner tissue.

Our skilled team at Eye Health Vision Centers is equipped to properly diagnose and treat the early and advanced stages of the eye disease glaucoma.

Eye Health Vision Centers uses multiple advanced lasers to perform minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, which can impact your vision tremendously.

An Ahmed tube shunt is a surgical intervention used to drain fluid from the eye, reducing intraocular pressure in patients suffering from glaucoma.

Trabeculectomy lowers intraocular pressure by making a small hole in the eye wall to serve as a drain for fluid that may be caught inside of the eye.

The prevalent eye condition known as cataracts plague many individuals over the age of 40 but is treatable and manageable when diagnosed early on.

Laser cataract surgery is a trustworthy, minimally invasive cataract removal procedure that offers a surgeon extra precision via advanced technology.

During traditional cataract surgery, your surgeon will use a blade to make an incision, safely removing the clouded lens and improving your vision.

Eye Vision Health Centers is proud to offer many cataract lens options to help improve your vision without glasses after a cataract removal surgery.

Flashes and floaters can impair your vision by making it appear as if you are seeing specks, lines, clouds, or blinking in your line of vision.

A retinal tear or detachment occurs when the vitreous gel in the eye peels away from the retina too quickly, potentially causing damage to the eye.

Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition that commonly occurs in diabetics and affects the blood vessels of the retina, causing leaking and swelling.

Macular degeneration is a condition that occurs in the center part of the retina (the macula), which can cause vision loss if not treated properly.

Retinal injections are used to treat a number of retinal conditions, preventing further vision loss and in some cases, improving related symptoms.

AREDS is an ocular vitamin solution that can help slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration in individuals in the intermediate phase.

Retinal laser therapy is used to protect your vision by sealing the retina and preventing new blood vessels from growing and potentially leaking.

Vitrectomy is a retina surgery that involves removing the vitreous gel of the eye to treat conditions of the retina, allowing them to heal fully.

The Eye Health Vision Centers are equipped and experienced to treat many cornea-related conditions through a variety of advanced treatment options.

Keratoconus is a progressive ocular disease that causes the thinning and bulging of the cornea into a cone-like shape.

Eye Health Vision Centers can help patients with keratoconus choose the correct specialty contact lens to help improve their vision impairments.

When performed before the cornea becomes too weak or misshapen, a cross-linking procedure can preserve or even enhance the contour of the cornea.

A full-thickness cornea transplant involves removing the damaged cornea from the eye and surgically replacing it with a donor cornea.

Phototherapeutic keratectomy, or PTK, addresses a patient's vision impairment issues by removing the portions of the cornea that are not healthy.

Blepharoplasty is a procedure that is performed to lift the upper and/or lower eyelids to reduce loose skin and improve both appearance and function.

Ptosis repair surgery tightens the upper eyelid to correct the drooping that is caused by the weakness or separation of muscles within the eyelid.

When you experience chronic eye irritation, you may have weakened eyelids that persistently turn inward (entropion) or outward (ectropion).

Our Eye Health Vision Centers are skilled to perform minor surgery for the treatment of eyelid conditions, such as lumps and bumps around the eyes.

Often considered a cosmetic treatment, BOTOX can effectively treat eye conditions, such as eye twitching, excessive blinking, and even blurred vision.

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