The problem with eye diseases isn’t just the fact they can cause permanent vision loss; it’s that a lot of different eye diseases can develop over long periods of time without showing any symptoms.
In a lot of cases, the only way to know for sure if you have an eye disease or not is to have an eye exam. Book yours today and help protect your eyes!
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a disease that can damage your central vision. The macula is the part of your retina that is used for central vision. Abilities like reading and recognizing faces are the role of your macula. As you grow older, however, the macula can start to deteriorate. There are two common forms of this disease:
Cataracts are a common eye condition that can develop over time simply as a result of ageing. As you grow older, the crystalline lens of your eye can become denser, less flexible, and less transparent. This results in a milky, cloudy haze in your lens that could impair your vision. Depending on the severity of your symptoms, you could be recommended stronger glasses or you could be recommended for cataract surgery to replace the cloudy lens.
Conjunctivitis, more commonly known as pink or red eye, is an eye condition that affects the conjunctiva of your eye, the thin layer that covers your eye and lines the underneath of your eyelid. There are 3 common types of conjunctivitis:
It’s always great! Love the doctor and all the people that work there! Very patient and helpful.
Staff are great there! It’s a bustling place, but they’re well organized and always have a smile and positive customer service. Optometrists are very knowledgeable and helpful.
I went there today to get some new glasses. There was no wait, as I was seen at 2:55, even though my appointment was for 3:00! The staff were exceptionally nice and the optometrist I saw was extremely pleasant and knowledgeable. The location is beautiful and they have a great selection of glasses frames. I was very impressed with my visit.
You can easily find our office at the Canamera Medical Centre, located South of Zehrs at Cambridge Centre. We have free parking, with convenient handicap parking right in front of our office. Visit us today!