In addition to providing excellent surgical care to our patients, we provide state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment for many eye disorders and complex diseases.

Signs you should visit an eye doctor

You should promptly seek out an eye doctor if you experience the following signs and symptoms:

  • Sudden increase in “floaters”
  • You see double
  • One or both of your eyes hurt
  • Your eyes get red and stay that way
  • You feel pressure in your eye
  • Straight lines do not look straight

Central Serous Retinopathy

A condition where fluid accumulates underneath the retina causing distorted vision.

Corneal Disease

Corneas help adjust light and are susceptible to disease or other defects.

Dry Eye

Dry eye is usually caused by a problem with the quality of the tear film that lubricates the eyes.


Floaters are small specks or clouds you notice within your field of vision.


Glaucoma is an eye disease that slowly diminishes sight over time.

Ischemic Optic Neuropathy

A common cause of sudden vision loss where the optic nerve is deprived of oxygen.

Macular Holes

This is a condition where a full-thickness hole develops in the central retina or macula.

Ocular Histoplasmosis

A disease that results from infection by airborne spores of a fungus.

Optic Neuritis

Myelin becomes damaged in optic neuritis, and this affects vision by slowing signal transmission to the brain.

Retinal Vein Occlusions

Retinal vein occlusions develop from obstruction of the venous outflow from the eye.

Retinitis Pigmentosa

With retinitis pigmentosa, photoreceptor cells begin to degenerate and eventually stop functioning.

Vitreomacular Traction

This is a condition in which the vitreous gel has an abnormally strong adhesion to the retina.

Vitreous Detachment and Floaters

This is a condition when the fibers that make-up the vitreous cavity condense and detach.