Conditions Treated at Prescott Valley Eye Care

Your eyes are complex, sensitive organs that serve a variety of purposes – and may suffer a variety of problems. Some eye conditions, such as dry eye, are short-term consequences of injuries or allergies. Others have chronic symptoms that get worse over time, causing irreparable vision loss and other eye damage. It’s important to stay on top of your eye exam regimen and schedule regular appointments with your Dewey optometrist.

Our optometry team at Prescott Valley Eye Care is committed to diagnosing, treating, and relieving your eye disease symptoms with long-term solutions that are right for you. We work hard to provide preventive care that protects these vital organs and corrective eyewear that corrects vision-related symptoms, but ultimately our goal is to help you heal and prevent any eye damage from getting worse.

Eye Treatment in Prescott Valley

Glaucoma – Glaucoma related vision loss is not reversible, but it’s definitely preventable. At Prescott Valley Eye Care, we know how important it is to tackle this common eye disease as soon as possible. Our state-of-the-art eye care center has the sensitive equipment we need to detect and evaluate your individual case of glaucoma. To prevent vision damage, we may recommend eye drops to relieve pressure in your eyes, prescription medication to reduce fluid production, or referrals to laser-assisted surgical options.

Cataracts – Our cataract treatments include non-invasive solutions that correct some of the side effects while preventing your cataracts from getting worse. Cloudy lenses aren’t inevitable and they don’t always lead to complete loss of vision. If you schedule regular eye exams and we notice early signs of cataracts, we might be able to reverse some of the damage and prevent your vision from getting worse.

Macular Degeneration – This progressive, age-related eye disease causes irreparable damage, but fortunately, our team can treat the symptoms of degeneration and slow down the rate of its progress. Diet, cardiovascular health, and age play big roles in the development of this eye disease, which may eventually cause blindness as the retina’s light-sensing macula degenerates and blood vessels grow beneath it. We reduce pressure with personalized treatments for every patient.

Computer Vision Syndrome – If you stare at a computer screen for more than two hours without protecting your eyes or giving them a break, you may notice symptoms of this common condition. Also called digital eye strain, computer vision syndrome is a series of painful and vision-related symptoms that emerge after spending too long staring at a bright screen, and it’s common among patients who work at desks all day. If you sit in front of your computer all day and your eyes get tired as a result, we can help relieve your pain and irritation with lifestyle adjustments and short-term solutions, such as dry eyes and eye masks.

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Contact Prescott Valley Eye Care today to schedule an appointment with our eye doctors today!