Although there is not cure for glaucoma, you can receive treatment that can prevent further damage and ensure your optic nerve is safe from harm.

Macular Degeneration Treatment

Macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss for older adults. Treatment varies depending on the stage and type. Eating healthy, getting regular exercise, and quitting smoking can also help.

Diabetic Eye Disease Treatment

If you have diabetes, it’s important to keep track of how your eyes are doing. Receiving treatment can prevent your vision from getting worse.


The best way to treat blepharitis is to keep your eyelids clean and free of crusts. There are other treatment options that will help you manage blepharitis.

Dry Eye

Treatment for dry eye depends on what’s causing the symptoms. Fortunately, there are a few different types of treatment that can ease your symptoms and keep your eyes healthy.

Eyelid Lesions/Malposition

An eyelid lesion is a growth that develops on the eyelid. Most eyelid lesions are not vision-threatening or life-threatening, but you should be evaluated by your eye doctor to ensure there are no concerns. Treatment of eyelid lesions includes removing the lesion.

Growths on the

Pterygium or cysts can occur on the clear membrane of your eye over the cornea.  They usually don’t cause problems or require treatment, but they can be removed if it interferes or irritates your vision.   

Botox &

.BOTOX works beneath the surface and temporarily reduces the underlying muscle activity that causes moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines in adults – to help them look visibly smoother.