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Caring Eye Disease Management in Peachtree City

Our clinic offers comprehensive eye disease management with caring expertise to safeguard your vision. We use advanced diagnostic tools and personalized treatment plans to address various eye conditions, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

Our team ensures you receive the highest standard of care, focusing on preserving your vision and enhancing your quality of life.

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Eye Disease Diagnosis and Treatment at EyeCare Plus

Advanced technology helps us diagnose and treat diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy with great precision. Early and accurate diagnosis allows for earlier treatment and better outcomes. Our eye doctor’s expertise enables them to treat diseases that previously had limited options.

Ocular Disease Management Services at EyeCare Plus

Glaucoma Treatment: Advanced Care for Optimal Eye Health

Glaucoma, caused by increased pressure in the eye, damages the optic nerve and leads to vision loss. Open-angle glaucoma and angle-closure glaucoma are the two main types of glaucoma.

Open-angle glaucoma is the more common type, where the drainage angle between the cornea and iris remains open, but the drainage becomes less efficient. Angle-closure glaucoma happens when the drainage angle between the iris and cornea becomes too narrow or closes completely, resulting in rapid vision loss.

Prescribing Topical Drugs for Glaucoma

One of the most common methods involves prescribing topical drugs, which are applied directly to the eyes. These drugs work to lower intraocular pressure and slow down the progression of the disease. Our eye doctors will carefully evaluate your condition and prescribe the appropriate topical drugs tailored to your specific type of glaucoma.

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Cataracts Co-Management: Clear Path to Restored Vision

Cataracts, a common age-related condition, cloud the eye's natural lens, causing blurry vision and glare. They result from the body's natural aging process, injury, and sometimes genetic predisposition. The only treatment for cataracts involves surgery, where the cloudy lens is replaced with a clear artificial one, often improving vision significantly.

Our optometrists co-manage cataract surgery with experienced ophthalmologists in Peachtree City, ensuring a smooth transition before and after surgery.

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Macular Degeneration: Managing Vision Loss

Macular degeneration, an age-related eye disease, affects the macula, leading to central vision loss. Wet macular degeneration, caused by leaky blood vessels beneath the macula, requires timely intervention to prevent vision loss. Anti-VEGF injections can halt abnormal blood vessel growth and maintain vision in wet AMD.

Our experienced macular degeneration eye doctors specialize in early diagnosis and tailored treatment plans, offering regular screenings, lifestyle modifications, and specific medications to manage the condition.

Diabetic Retinopathy: Safeguard Your Visual Health

Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes that damages blood vessels in the retina and leads to vision impairment. It comes in various stages, and only timely intervention, plus controlling blood sugar levels, can often prevent severe vision loss.

While glasses can assist with vision correction, whether you can reverse diabetic retinopathy hinges on timely medical care and proactive diabetes management. Our eye doctors in Peachtree City focus on early detection, using advanced imaging techniques to provide treatment options such as laser therapy, injections, and oral medications. They’ll also collaborate with your physician for a holistic treatment approach.

Advanced Keratoconus Care

Keratoconus is a condition where the cornea progressively thins and distorts into a cone-like shape, making it difficult for eyeglasses and standard contact lenses to offer clear vision.

Our eye doctors provide precisely fitted hard contact lenses, specially crafted for keratoconus patients, and referrals for advanced surgical interventions so you can experience the utmost comfort and clarity.

Prescribing Oral Medication

Eye doctors occasionally prescribe oral medications as a component of a targeted treatment approach for diverse eye conditions. These medications, carefully selected based on the condition, can help manage inflammation, control infections, or address systemic factors affecting the eyes.

Our eye care professionals will analyze your medical history and specific eye condition to prescribe oral medications that are safe and effective.

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