Conditions Treated

Finding the right type of treatment for eye conditions is essential to your long-term vision and eye health.  At Master Eye Associates, serving Houston, TX, and the surrounding areas, we can assist you with treatment for many different conditions. Keep reading to learn more. 

Family Eye Care

Eye health begins with your family's annual eye appointments. Many people make the mistake of waiting until they experience vision problems before they visit an optometrist. Many eye health conditions can be avoided with preventive care. This preventative care starts with making an appointment to see the eye doctor at least once a year. 

Dry Eyes

Dry eyes are not usually considered to be a serious eye health issue, but when left untreated this condition can worsen and cause vision problems. Dry eyes can also eventually damage the eyes. Our team can help you with dry eye solutions and treatments. 

Diabetes 

If you suffer from diabetes, your eye health with be a top priority. Diabetes can have a devastating effect on eye health. It will be imperative that you make a diabetic eye exam appointment with our staff so that your eye health can be monitored. Vigilant optometry care can help to deter many of the vision problems associated with diabetes. 

Eye Injuries 

If you sustain an injury to your eye, it is very important that you find treatment quickly. An eye injury could have long-term consequences when left untreated. Our team can examine and treat your eye injuries quickly. 

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a serious eye health condition that does not normally manifest as vision problems in the early stages. This makes glaucoma a very dangerous type of condition. The only way to detect this condition in its early stages is through eye pressure testing, which can be done during your regularly scheduled eye exams. Early detection is the best way to get treatment for this condition. 

Macular Degeneration 

Macular Degeneration is an eye disease that affects older individuals. This condition affects the macula tissue. Over time, if left untreated, this condition can result in blindness. 

To learn more about our services or you need an eye condition treated, contact us at Master Eye Associates, serving Houston, TX, and the surrounding areas. Call us today at 713-880-3872.

 

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