Learn About Eye Conditions From Reputable Eye Doctors
Simply because you don’t need to wear contact lenses or eyeglasses now doesn’t mean you won’t have to in the future, nor does it mean you don’t have an eye condition that’s gone undiagnosed. At Eye2Eye Vision, we’re dedicated to empowering and educating our patients so that they’re able to make the most well-informed decisions regarding their vision and eye health. Learn from knowledgeable eye doctors in Fargo, and the local area about the many conditions that afflict the eyes.
From Dry Eye to Cataracts
At Eye2Eye Vision, we’re familiar with both common and uncommon conditions that affect the eyes. Such conditions include:
- Dry eye, where the eyes are unable to produce sufficient tears, which results in itchiness, redness and a constant need to rub the eyes.
- Glaucoma, a condition in which the optic nerve is damaged due to increased pressure and the individual suffers from a loss of vision as well as the inability to adjust the eyes in dark areas.
- Diabetic retinopathy, a condition common to diabetics in which the retina’s blood vessels are damaged and the individual is at risk of losing her or his vision.
- Macular degeneration, an eye condition in which an aging individual suffers from a loss of central vision. Some of the symptoms associated with macular degeneration include fragmented vision and trouble deciphering small print and fine details.
- Cataracts, which are most common in older men and women and can obscure the lens of the eye. Indications of this particular condition consist of perceiving intense glares from headlights and lamps, obscured vision and colors that appear to be watered down.
Diagnosing Eye Conditions
While we can treat a variety of eye conditions, we first have to determine exactly which condition you may have. Our eye doctors can perform a comprehensive eye exam or other necessary tests to determine which treatment option is best for you and your eyes.
Call (701) 235-EYES (3937) to learn more about eye conditions. Alternatively, you may also submit an appointment request form on our website. We look forward to seeing you soon!