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Medical Eye Exams

HR_09-23-15 029The health of your eyes is of paramount importance. Early detection with a dilated pupil eye exam, and treatment when necessary, can prevent permanent vision damage.

Many health conditions of the body can affect the health of your eyes. Our doctors are highly trained in detecting cataract, glaucoma, diabetic changes, and macular degeneration. There are many conditions which can affect the eyes–these are the more common:

Cataracts: A clouding of the lens. It is one of the most common changes to the inside of the eye as we age. Drs. Karbassi is our cataract surgeon. During your exam, he will determine if your cataracts are ready for surgery. He utilizes the most up-to-date surgical technologies, as well as various types of lenses, to improve your vision in the manner that is best for you.

Glaucoma: A condition which, when left untreated, can permanently destroy vision. At Front Range Eye Physicians, we have the most up-to-date glaucoma testing available. We offer visual field testing, various forms of  imaging, and retinal photography. Via a thorough eye examination and the use of other tests, our doctors can determine if you are at risk for or have glaucoma.

Diabetic eye changes and macular degeneration can also be evaluated during a dilated pupil eye exam. These health conditions can affect the blood vessels of the eye and the central vision structures. Sometimes, changes to your eyes may require a referral to a retinal specialist. Front Range Eye Physicians work closely with local retinal specialists to take the best care of your eyes.

Don’t delay your medical eye exam! Many eye health conditions have no symptoms and therefore need to be evaluated on a regular basis.