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Your Trusted Optometrist in Longmont for Macular Degeneration Treatment

Longmont Vision Center is a trusted eye health and vision center. Among the services that we offer from our optometrist in Longmont is macular degeneration treatment. If you have been diagnosed with this condition or you believe you may have it, we welcome you to visit our team for a full examination and treatment plan. Our optometrists, Dr. Roger Trudell and Dr. Kevin Cottrell, are happy to help you.

Woman getting tested for macular degeneration.

What is Macular Degeneration?

Macular degeneration is a type of age-related vision disease. It involves the deterioration of the macula, which is a very small, but the central portion of the retina. This area of the eye controls your visual acuity. This is an important part of the eye because it helps you to read, drive, watch television, and recognize people. It relates to the quality of fine detail that you see.

Macular degeneration causes are hard to pinpoint. The most common cause is age, but macular degeneration causes may also include genetic components, poor function of blood vessels, and oxygen-deprived cells in the retina. You may also be more likely to suffer this condition if you are inactive, obese, have high blood pressure, smoke, or have a lighter eye color.

Macular degeneration is a common eye and vision condition impacting more than 2.07 million people. By 2050, it is expected that more than 5.44 million people will have this condition. As it is so prevalent, and the most common cause of vision loss in older people, it is important to seek out help for it on a routine basis.

How Your Eye Doctor in Longmont Can Help

When you meet with your eye doctor in Longmont, our team will conduct a thorough examination of your eyes. We’ll talk about any symptoms you have of this condition, which may include:

  • Shadowy areas in your central vision
  • Fuzzy images
  • Distorted images

During a vision test, we will be able to see if you have any visual concerns. We can often detect the progression and presence of this condition before you have symptoms. This is important because we can then create a treatment plan that fits your specific needs. If you already have macular degeneration symptoms, seek out our care right away.

Macular Degeneration Treatment Options

There is no cure for this condition, but macular degeneration treatment may be available to help slow the progression of the condition. When you meet with our optometrists, we’ll talk about what may be right for your needs. Some medications may help to stop the abnormal blood vessel growth causing this condition. Nutritional support may also help to reduce the condition or improve vision.

Contact Your Longmont Optometrist for Macular Degeneration Help Today!

If you believe you or your loved one have macular degeneration symptoms, please call our offices for an appointment right away. Our Longmont optometrist will work with you to determine the best treatment option for your needs. This is a condition we will work with you to understand and prevent from worsening through routine eye exams. Contact our offices for an appointment: 303-651-6700.

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