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Olympus Eye Associates works diligently to preserve sight and prevent major vision loss. When your vision is threatened by disease or other harmful eye conditions, you need to consult with a qualified ophthalmologist as early as possible. Our doctors provide complete eye care and treatment for many common and lesser-known eye conditions.
Macular degeneration, is a degenerative disease that damages the macula – the most sensitive part of the retina responsible for central vision.
The most common eye complication of diabetes is diabetic retinopathy, a leading cause of adult blindness. Diabetic retinopathy occurs when high blood-sugar levels affect the functionality of blood vessels in the retina (light-sensing cells in the eye).
Dry eye syndrome is a common disease in which the eye under-produces tears to form a tear film which moisturizes and lubricates the surface of the eye. A normal functioning eye constantly produces tears to form a tear film, which acts as moisturizer and lubricant.
Strabismus, also called a crossed eye, is a condition in which the eyes are misaligned. Eye position is controlled by six muscles, called extraocular muscles, which surround the eye. Strabismus is most often caused by one or more of these muscles pulling either too hard or not hard enough.
Irritation/ Allergy/ Infection
Red, swollen, itching, or burning eyes are common symptoms indicative of inflammation – a normal response to some type of irritant. These symptoms are a common reason for a visit to an eye specialist.
Eye Floaters are small spots that drift through your field of vision. They may stand out when you look at something bright, like white paper or a blue sky.
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The physicians and staff at Olympus Eye Associates look forward to helping you with all of your vision care needs. Our friendly staff, certified assistants and technicians, and our incredibly well trained, compassionate eye doctors strive to provide our patients with the best care possible.