The human eye is a remarkable organ that allows us to see the world in vivid detail. There are some diseases and age-related conditions that can decrease our sense of sight. As an ophthalmologist, I have the training and skills to make a difference in the world by helping people preserve and even improve their vision and quality of life.
During an eye exam, attention to detail is of utmost importance. Presenting the exam findings in a calm, straightforward manner, allows me to provide my patients with a clear and concise assessment of their situation. At the end of every encounter, I ask the patient if they have any questions. By addressing any issues or concerns, and discussing available treatment options, I am able to provide my patients with quality care, personal attention, and excellent results.
Often a patient has multiple options available to restore, improve and protect their vision. Non-surgical options include eyedrops, glasses, and contact lenses. Surgical options include refractive surgery (LASIK/PRK) and cataract surgery. By utilizing the latest technology available, we can provide our patients with the best possible results.