Maintaining your visual health is all about being proactive, which means vision exams are critical. Regular visits to the eye doctor can help keep you seeing clearly, monitor your eyes for concerning changes, and more. Talking to an eye doctor is the first step toward taking good care of your vision. Reach out to schedule an appointment for your next eye exam at Hyde Eye Care today.
The eyes are organs, and much like the rest of the bodily organs that can be affected by age and health, so can your eyes. Comprehensive eye exams are the key to keeping tabs on your eyes and the unique diseases that can affect your vision. Over four million Americans who are over the age of 40 have either low vision or are considered legally blind in one or both eyes. Many of these individuals have one or more eye diseases.
Have trouble seeing clearly? You may need eyeglasses to give you clearer vision. Working with an optometrist to determine what is affecting visual clarity and getting the right prescription eyeglasses can make a huge difference in how well you see. From basic prescriptions to bifocal and specialty lenses, get your proper prescription and your eyeglasses from us. We offer help getting the glasses you need.
Dealing with never-ending dry eyes? This optometric issue affects people of all ages and can be frustrating to contend with on a regular basis. Thankfully, dry eyes can be treated with the help of an eye doctor and an appropriate diagnosis. Dry eyes are common, but the condition is not something you simply have to deal with. There may be a lot of things an eye doctor can do to help you find relief. Be sure to discuss your problems with dry eyes with the optometrist at your next eye exam.
Considering contact lenses? An optometrist can help you determine if contacts are the right optical solution for you. Most patients are good candidates for contact lenses as long as they need to wear glasses all day in order to see clearly. Patients that only need eyeglasses sometimes will likely find contact lenses to not be worth their time. In some cases, patients are not good candidates for contacts because of eye health concerns, such as problems with the corona or consistent issues with dry eyes.
Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetes affects every organ in your body, including your eyes. If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, working closely with an optometrist is an important step. A diabetic eye exam is a specific type of eye exam meant to keep tabs on how your eyes are affected by diabetes. Have you been diagnosed with diabetes and have concerns about your visual health? Talking to an eye doctor as soon as possible is the first step toward taking good care of your vision. Reach out to schedule an appointment for a diabetic eye exam today.
Age-related macular degeneration is a concerning eye condition that requires early diagnosis and management. An optometrist can help you understand your risks of macular degeneration, achieve early diagnosis, and help with disease management. Macular degeneration can be a scary eye health condition to face, but early diagnosis is vital. If you suspect you are at risk, working with an optometrist early on is important. Reach out to our team to schedule an appointment for a comprehensive eye exam and to discuss your risks.
A cataract is one of the most common eye conditions among aging patients. The majority of individuals diagnosed with cataracts are 40 and over. The reason for this is that a cataract, a cloudy lens over the eye, takes years to develop. The lens is vital to our vision. At Hyde Eye Care we provide cataract diagnosis and treatments. An eye exam is the only way to detect and diagnose a cataract. Schedule your next eye exam today!
Eye Surgery & Disease Treatment
For the past 700 years, eyeglasses were the only way to help people see better. It wasn’t until contact lenses were invented in the 20th century that alternative methods were even considered. Now, there are other ways to correct vision; surgical treatment. Even in this field, there are several categories of surgical treatments available to help those with imperfect vision. Among them are PRK, LASIK and Keratoplasty. Contact us today to learn more.