It can be hard to detect eye disease because there are often no symptoms early on. The best treatment plan for eye disease is prevention. Therefore, the best way to protect against eye disease is to visit your eye doctor at least once per year for a comprehensive eye exam. The trained professionals at Redstone Family Vision have the ability to detect eye disease early on and develop a treatment plan that works for you.
If you are diabetic, it is important that you pay close attention to your ocular health. Because diabetes and vision are closely related, you should be scheduling an annual diabetic eye exam at Redstone Family Vision.
Red, itchy, or watery eyes are all indications that you may be suffering from eye allergies. At Redstone Family Vision, we evaluate your symptoms and treat chronic eye allergies daily.
The retina is the portion of the eye that provides central and sharp vision, as it focuses on processing the finer details of an image. Macular degeneration is an age-related condition that happens when the macula is breaking down, affecting how your vision responds to different lighting.
Cataracts come with age and cause the lens in each eye to become cloudy and thick, which can affect how well you see in low lighting conditions. Because the development of cataracts happens as you grow older, annual eye exams at Redstone Family Vision are essential to your eye health.
Glaucoma is an age related condition and is caused by increased pressure in the eyeball. The increased pressure causes damage to the cells that connect your eye to your brain, which results in vision loss. Scheduling annual exams at Redstone Family Vision will ensure that you are screened for glaucoma, as it is often difficult to detect on your own.