Information About Vision Services

Protect, treat, and manage your eye health with our plethora of eye care services. With our patients always in mind, we have curated a list of comprehensive eye services that include cataract surgery options, glaucoma management, and laser vision surgery. At Eye Surgeon Direct, you'll find compassionate and knowledgeable team members dedicated to helping you with all of your ocular needs. Offering a wide range of options, we can help patients with dry eye syndrome, astigmatism, ocular allergies, and cornea disease. Please schedule an appointment for an eye exam with our board-certified ophthalmologist, Kristin Held, M.D.

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Eye exams assess your overall eye health by diagnosing eye conditions, examining your internal eye structures, and reviewing your visual acuity.

Nearsightedness or myopia stops patients from clearly seeing things at a distance and may require contact lenses, glasses, or LASIK surgery to treat.

Commonly known as farsightedness, hyperopia hinders patients' abilities to see things up close and may require corrective treatment, like glasses.

Hindering close-range eyesight, presbyopia is a natural condition that impacts patients 40+ years old, which requires corrective lenses, like readers.

Astigmatism happens if the lens or cornea is curved abnormally, causing blurred vision, squinting, or headaches, which requires corrective treatments.

If you suffer from painful symptoms caused by pink eye, styes, or blepharitis, we can diagnose and treat the issues with eye drops or antibiotics.

Eye allergies can cause weepiness, itchiness, and redness, which prevent you from living comfortably and require daily contact lenses or eye drops.

Dry eye syndrome occurs because of an imbalance or underproduction of tears, causes extreme discomfort, and often requires professional eye care.

Contact lenses and eyeglasses can address nearsightedness, farsightedness, and age-related vision problems with the proper prescription and fit.

Reducing your dependency on glasses or contacts, refractive surgery can treat nearsightedness or farsightedness with LASIK, PRK, or intraocular IOLs.

LASIK is a laser-assisted surgery that treats nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism by reshaping the cornea so light reaches the retina.

Reducing the dependence on contacts, laser-assisted PRK helps patients who don't qualify for LASIK because of thin corneal tissue or dry eyes.

Refractive lens exchange helps patients who have thin cornea tissue and are not candidates for LASIK by removing and implanting a new artificial lens.

Occurring because of the breakdown or buildup of proteins on the lenses, cataracts hinder your eyesight and require laser cataract surgery or IOLs.

Get clearer eyesight by removing cataracts with laser-assisted technology, which carefully maps your eye, creates an incision, and places a new lens.

We offer traditional cataract surgery to manually remove clouded lenses and replace them with a premium intraocular lens (IOL) for improved eyesight.

Enabling you to see more clearly, cataract lens options are premium or intraocular lenses that we implant into your eyes after removing cataracts.

Glaucoma occurs because of increased fluid and intraocular pressure, which damages the optic nerve and causes vision loss or blindness if not treated.

Medical and laser treatments for glaucoma can help manage symptoms and avoid severe issues, such as optic nerve damage and complete vision loss.

Cornea diseases and disorders impact the top portion of the eye called the cornea, which has the critical job of refracting and bending light.

If you have keratoconus, the cornea weakens and causes it to bulge and become cone-shaped, creating gradually blurry vision that requires treatment.

Known as a surfer’s eye, pterygium is a condition that causes a small benign growth in the corner of the eye. If it expands, it can damage the cornea.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.