Specialties

Specialty Optometrist Treatments

Eye health may not be at the forefront of most people’s minds, but it is an essential factor in overall health. Some people may need a straightforward eye exam and regular glasses or contact lenses, but others may need specialty services. Optometrists like Eagle Vision Eye Care provide various specialty services to meet patients’ needs.

Myopia Management

Those suffering from this condition can see objects close up but not far away. Yet, myopia can progress over time without proper treatment from an eye doctor. One innovative treatment involves Orthokeratology, a nonsurgical treatment worn at night to improve vision during the day.

Multifocal contact lenses are FDA-approved, disposable lenses designed to slow myopia progression in children. Another treatment is Atropine Therapy, a medicated eyedrop that can also slow the progression of myopia. Our specialty eye doctor can perform an exam to decide which treatment options are best for you.

Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eyes can cause blurry vision, discomfort, infections, and inflammatory disorders. Our optometrist can evaluate the eye to discover the causes of Dry Eye Syndrome and provide a customized treatment plan. The goal is to help your eyes look and feel better while improving overall eye health.

Neurolens Therapy

Eye misalignment can cause chronic headaches, strain, neck pain, dry eyes, fatigue, and more. Neurolens Therapy involves specialty lenses designed with contoured prisms that help realign the eyes, which reduces pain and discomfort in the eyes. These prisms are a new technology, and some optometrist offices, like Eagle Vision Eye Care, are the only eye doctors in their areas that offer this treatment.

Specialty Contact Lenses

Patients with dry eyes, keratoconus, and corneal ectasia may benefit from specialty contact lenses. One such lens is the rigid gas-permeable lens, which allows more oxygen and moisture to reach the eye. Scleral lenses are wider and sit over the sclera, creating a large, tear-filled dome over the eye. Other specialty lenses are available to help with several eye conditions. An eye doctor can discuss your needs and options to decide your best option.

Diabetic Eye Exams

Diabetes has many complications, including diabetic retinopathy, which can cause blindness. However, an educated optometrist can perform regular eye exams on diabetic individuals to monitor eye health, suggest vitamins and supplements, and reduce the risk of blindness.

Optometrist Near Me

If you wonder, “where is the best eye doctor near me?” consider visiting Eagle Vision Eye Care, a premier optometrist Lake Mary offers. The extensive list of specialty services ensures that patient needs can be evaluated and met efficiently. Contact our office today at (407) 324-3633 to schedule an appointment.

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