Family Vision Center PA provides treatment for a wide range of eye diseases and conditions. Our team can provide full diagnosis, treatment, and prevention services to you. If you’ve been told you need eye disease treatment, allow our team to provide comprehensive, innovative care to you. Call our Wellington, FL offices to get the support you need.
Comprehensive Eye Disease Treatment
The sooner you seek help for eye diseases, the better we can treat them and minimize the consequences. We work with people facing a wide range of eye diseases. That includes the following:
Cataracts can slowly lead to vision loss. They are common in both men and women, especially as a person ages. It’s estimated that about half of all people in the U.S. will have developed some form of cataracts by the age of 18. You may need cataract treatment if you have changes to your vision, such as clouding or losing vision in certain areas.
If you believe your vision has changed over the last few years or months, come in to see our team. We will provide you with a full examination. We conduct these exams in our office using the latest technology available to ensure precise results. If you have cataracts, we offer a range of treatment options to help you. This may start with prescription glasses but, over time, you may benefit from surgical procedures.
Glaucoma is a dangerous condition that can lead to blindness if you do not seek treatment soon enough to correct the underlying problem. Glaucoma causes damage to the optic nerve. This comes from a build-up of fluid in the eye. This creates higher pressures in the eye, leading to damage of the nerve. As that damage occurs, vision loss occurs.
Our team will work closely with you to diagnose glaucoma. We’ll monitor it at each of your eye appointments so that we can provide appropriate treatment as needed. These tests can also help us to determine the proper treatment for glaucoma. This may involve the use of eye drops or microsurgery. In some situations, we may recommend laser surgery.
Another common eye disease is macular degeneration and is one of the most common eye diseases that cause blindness. It is somewhat common but can progress to dangerous levels when it is not treated. The problem with this condition is that treatment is difficult especially if the condition progresses. Treatment can be beneficial in slowing the progression of the disease, especially if there is early detection.
We treat this condition with a wide range of therapies including medications and, in some situations, laser therapy. We also monitor it over time to ensure it does not worsen or does so at the slowest rate possible. If you’ve been told you have this condition, don’t put off coming in to seek us for treatment as early as possible.
This video, by The Macular Society, demonstrates why it’s important to take action to protect your sight today. This is why it is important to detect AMD at the subclinical level and take action to preserve your sight before irreversible vision loss occurs.
Eye Vitamins for Macular Degeneration
Today, there are more advanced computer-based options that enable your eye doctor to identify the very earliest signs of AMD. At Family Vision Center P.A., we offer the following for diagnosis:
Difficulty seeing in the dark or in low-light environments is one of the earliest signs of AMD. The AdaptDx® dark adaptometer measures how long it takes for your eyes to adjust to darkened environments. The test takes just 10 minutes to complete, and in many cases, the cost can be billed to your insurance provider. If you’re having difficulty seeing in the dark, ask your eye doctor if the AdaptDx® test is right for you.
Optomap® uses special scanning technology to capture a detailed image of your retina. With Optomap® technology, your eye doctor can see as much of the retina as possible, including the peripheral areas where the first signs of AMD are most likely to occur. Plus, Optomap® provides cross-sectional images of the important structures of your retina, making it possible for your doctor to see the subtlest, earliest changes associated with AMD. The scan takes less than a second, and it’s completely noninvasive.
Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography, or OCTA, is a new, non-invasive approach to visualizing retinal vasculature that is transforming the way physicians see retinal and choroidal vasculature. This is especially useful in diagnosing deeper bleeds or swelling in the back of the eye, often caused by diabetes.
Trust Family Vision Center PA with Your Eye Disease Treatment Needs in Wellington, FL
Our team of dedicated professionals is here to help you. We recommend coming in for routine visits at least every six months to ensure you have constant access to care. Early detection of eye disease can help to ensure the best possible access to care. We can offer prevention strategies that may help you protect your eye health for years to come.
If you already know you have a disorder, Family Vision Center PA uses the most advanced eye disease treatment options. That ensures the best possible treatment for your needs. Our team is compassionate and dedicated to working closely with you to prevent the onset of worsening conditions or blindness.
If you have pain, eye discomfort, or a genetic history of eye disease, we encourage you to call Family Vision Center PA today. Come in to see us at our Wellington, FL office to learn more about the services we can offer to you.