Glaucoma

Treatment can involve glaucoma surgery, lasers or medication, depending on the severity. Eye drops with medication aimed at lowering IOP usually are tried first to control glaucoma. Because glaucoma often is painless, people may become careless about strict use of eye drops that can control eye pressure and help prevent permanent eye damage. In fact, non-compliance with a program of prescribed glaucoma medication is a major reason for blindness caused by glaucoma…Read More

The first step toward relief from your dry eye symptoms is talking to an expert doctor. Millions suffer from DRY EYE DISEASE, and yet the vast majority are not receiving the care they need. Dr. Davies’ office is an ACCREDITED DRY EYE CENTER, where you will be cared for by certified specialists in tear testing. We offer the most ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY to diagnose and manage this irritating condition…Read More

Cataracts

A cataract is usually the result of the natural aging process. As you get older, the natural lens, located behind the iris of the eye, may gradually begin to get “cloudy” and interfere with light and images getting to your retina. As the lens becomes cloudier, your vision slowly becomes more blurred. If allowed to remain, the cataract will progress to the point where there could be a complete loss of vision. Surgery is the only way to remove the effects of a cataract by removing it and replacing it with an artificial lens…Read More

Corneal Disease The cornea is the front clear window of the eye. Conditions that affect the clarity of the cornea, such as swelling or scarring, cause blurry vision that is difficult to correct with glasses or contacts. The most common of these conditions is called Fuchs dystrophy. This process affects the inner layer of the … Read More

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