Are you tired of constantly relying on glasses or contacts to see clearly? LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis) may be the solution you’ve been searching for! This technologically advanced procedure can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism by reshaping the front of the eye, reducing your dependence on corrective lenses.
Our practice co-manages with ophthalmologists, using the IntraLase Method for a 100% blade-free approach to creating the corneal flap. This method has allowed more patients to achieve 20/20 vision or better, providing even better results than traditional LASIK procedures.
To see if you’re a candidate for LASIK surgery and receive a FREE CONSULTATION, call us today at 281-485-0388. Our team of experienced eye care professionals is here to help you achieve the clear vision you deserve with the latest and most advanced LASIK technology available.
At Bay Area Eye Center, we understand the impact that cataracts can have on your vision. Cataracts are a common disease that causes clouding of the lens in the eye, resulting in glare, distortions, and mild to severe blurred vision.
In fact, over 50% of patients over the age of 65 have a significant amount of cataracts. That’s why we offer diagnosis and co-management of cataracts with local ophthalmologists to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care.
Cataract surgery is the most common procedure in the world and involves removing the cloudy natural lens and replacing it with a new intraocular lens. At Bay Area Eye Center, we work with our patients to determine the best type of intraocular lens for their needs, whether it be a single-vision or multi-focal lens that allows for clear vision at both near and distance.
We’re committed to providing our patients with the highest quality care and service, and that includes the diagnosis and co-management of cataracts. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and let us help you achieve and maintain optimal eye health.
Although the family home is often seen as a safe haven, medical statistics suggest otherwise. Shockingly, nearly half of all eye injuries each year occur in and around the home, with home-based injuries on the rise. Surprisingly, responses from a recent public survey commissioned by the American Academy of Ophthalmology seem to align with the common belief that the home is a fairly non-threatening environment, with less than half of the survey respondents citing the home – especially the yard or garage – as the most common site of serious eye injury.
Additionally, the survey revealed that only 35 percent of participants always wear protective eye wear when engaging in home repair or projects. It’s clear that we need to better understand the risks associated with activities around the home and take steps to protect ourselves from potentially serious eye injuries.
Diabetic eye disease refers to a group of eye problems that people with diabetes may face as a complication of diabetes. All can cause severe vision loss or even blindness.
Diabetic eye disease may include:
-Diabetic retinopathy—damage to the blood vessels in the retina.
-Cataract—clouding of the eye’s lens. Cataracts develop at an earlier age in people with diabetes.
-Glaucoma—increase in fluid pressure inside the eye that leads to optic nerve damage and loss of vision. A person with diabetes is nearly twice as likely to get glaucoma as other adults.
Glaucoma is a group of diseases that damage the eye’s optic nerve and can result in vision loss and blindness. However, with early detection and treatment, you can often protect your eyes against serious vision loss.
Conjunctivitis is an inflammation or infection of the conjunctiva, the membrane lining the eyelids and the white part of the eyeball (sclera).
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