Information About Eye Health Services

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Amblyopia (lazy eye) happens when poor eyesight causes the eye to wander inward or outward and prevents both of the eyes from working together.

Astigmatism happens when the cornea or lens is shaped like an egg instead of completely round, causing light to refract incorrectly off the retina.

Ranging from mild to severe and caused by bacteria or a virus, eye infections create uncomfortable symptoms that may require professional treatment.

Diplopia or double vision happens when a patient sees multiple images or things at once and is caused by a variety of eye or neurological conditions.

Caused by your eyes not producing enough tears or oil, chronic dry eye syndrome creates burning and red eyes, which may need specialized treatment.

Usually caused by common allergens, such as pollen or dust, eye allergies create mild to severe symptoms, including watery, itchy, or inflamed eyes.

An eye exam assesses your entire eye health, detects any conditions, such as glaucoma or macular edema, and determines if you have any vision changes.

Farsightedness is an eye condition that impacts patients' ability to clearly see things up close and is treated with glasses, contacts, or surgery.

Caused by genetics or environmental reasons, myopia prevents patients from seeing things in the distance clearly and requires corrective treatments.

Presbyopia is an age-related vision issue that causes patients to lose their ability to clearly see things up close and requires corrective treatment.

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