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Ocular Disease Screening

Life With Diabetes

If you have diabetes type 1 or 2, it may come as no surprise that this disease affects your whole body, even your eyes.

If your blood sugar levels are high, it can wreak havoc on your system, including the small and delicate blood vessels in your eyes.

Because the health of your eyes can change quickly, it’s critical that you keep up with the eye exam schedule your optometrist has created for you. 

The best way to preserve your vision and monitor for early signs and symptoms of diabetic eye disease is with a diabetic eye exam. Our professional optometrists will assess your vision and eye health at every exam.

Myopia Control

As our eyes develop, sometimes they begin to take an elongated shape, resulting in light entering your eye too soon. When this happens, it causes your retina to not focus on images in the distance, which is called myopia.

Myopia, or nearsightedness, can continue to progress as the eye develops. Someone with myopia may require progressively stronger prescription lenses to correct their vision over time.

But what if we told you we could control the progression of myopia in young children?

That’s precisely one of our specialties. Talk to your optometrist about controlling myopia in your child today.

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