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Management of Ocular Diseases at Your Optometrist in Longmont
Longmont Vision Center provides comprehensive eye and vision care to our patients. A key component of this is helping to prevent, diagnose, and treat ocular diseases. When you visit your optometrist in Longmont, you’ll receive an eye exam that looks for any signs of eye diseases. We will then work with you to ensure you receive any treatment necessary and available. You can trust us for the full management of ocular diseases.
Treating Your Eye Problems and Eye Conditions
Our trusted team provides comprehensive treatment for a variety of eye problems and eye conditions. You can depend on Dr. Roger Trudell and Dr. Kevin Cottrell to offer the most advanced treatments and diagnostics available. Among the eye conditions we treat include:
- Glaucoma - An age-related condition often brought on suddenly causing vision loss due to high pressures within the eye.
- Cataracts - The development of a film over the eye, limiting vision progressively until treated or loss of vision occurs.
- Age-related macular degeneration - An age-related condition that causes the limit of central eye vision, making details hard to see.
- Diabetic retinopathy - A condition commonly occurring in patients who have diabetes, due to
- Amblyopia - A condition in which a week nerve limits vision in one eye, causing an individual to lose vision in the eye.
- Refractive errors - A common condition, this can include nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism in which the quality of vision is lessened.
- Dry eyes - A condition brought on by the limited production of tears or poor tear quality.
- Retinal detachment - Often resulting from an injury, this condition can cause vision loss.
If you’ve been diagnosed with or have symptoms of any type of eye condition, contact our offices to schedule a consultation and eye exam.
How Our Longmont Optometrist Can Help
When you visit with your Longmont optometrist, you will get one-on-one help from our trusted team of professionals. Often, prevention and early intervention are the tools best used to treat these types of vision concerns. For example, conditions like cataract development, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma are often detected during annual eye exams. This is often the best opportunity for us to capture your vision or eye health concern early on so that treatment options are available and potentially more effective.
When to See your Longmont Eye Doctor
You should see your Longmont eye doctor at least one time a year for an annual eye exam. This eye exam looks for changes in the structure of your eyes. In addition, contact our offices if you notice any changes in your vision including:
- Eye pain
- Vision changes
- Blurry vision
- Loss of peripheral vision
- Shadows or dark spots
Schedule an Eye Exam with Our Longmont Optometrist Today
When you schedule an eye exam with our Longmont optometrist, we’ll conduct a thorough exam to spot and begin treatment for any type of eye condition or eye disease. Contact our offices today for an appointment at 303-651-6700.