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Your Path to Clear Vision: Eye Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

Our eye doctors have decades of experience detecting and diagnosing various eye diseases, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and more, ensuring timely treatments to preserve vision and promote a good quality of life.

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Guarding against Glaucoma

Glaucoma includes a set of eye illnesses that harm the optic nerve and can cause gradual vision loss if not treated. There are two main types: open-angle glaucoma and angle-closure glaucoma. Open-angle glaucoma is the more common type and develops slowly, often without showing early signs. In contrast, angle-closure glaucoma is rarer but can bring sudden and strong symptoms like eye pain, blurry vision, and seeing halos around lights.

Our eye doctors use modern tests to spot glaucoma early, and state-of-the-art technology to treat it in time and preserve your vision.

Prescribing Drugs for Glaucoma

Combat progressive glaucoma effectively with tailored medication regimens. Our skilled professionals design personalized treatment strategies to reduce intraocular pressure, preventing further optic nerve damage. After a thorough assessment, our experts select the ideal medication considering your health history, potential side effects, and ongoing treatments. Regular follow-ups ensure progress monitoring, adjustments, and guidance for sustained eye health and well-being protection.

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Clearing Vision Clouded by Cataracts

Cataracts are a common issue that comes with aging. They make the eye's natural lens cloudy, which leads to blurry vision and other sight problems. Cataract surgery can fix this by swapping the cloudy lens with a new artificial one. Our cataract co-management allows us to refer you to a reputable eye surgeon in the area and give you the pre and post-operative care you need for good results.

Preserving Vision After Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Macular degeneration is a progressive eye condition affecting the macula, the central retinal area crucial for clear vision. It manifests in two forms: dry and wet macular degeneration. Dry AMD, more prevalent, gradually erodes central vision. In contrast, wet AMD, though less frequent, can cause rapid and severe vision decline due to abnormal blood vessel growth in the macula. Rest assured, at Ada Vision Center, we offer effective treatments to manage both types of macular degeneration and preserve your visual clarity.

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Effective Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment

Our practice offers advanced and tailored treatments for diabetic retinopathy, a serious condition that affects the eyes of individuals with diabetes. From early-stage management to more advanced interventions, our expert team focuses on preserving your vision and preventing further complications. Regular screenings and personalized treatment plans ensure the best outcomes for your eye health.

Don’t Let Keratoconus Keep You Down

Keratoconus, a progressive eye condition causing corneal thinning and bulging, can distort vision over time.

Ada Vision Center manages hard-to-fit conditions such as keratoconus, offering personalized treatment plans for patients who find it difficult to find contact lenses that fit well.

Options include specialty contact lenses and advanced therapies to enhance visual clarity and stabilize corneal shape, helping you achieve better vision and improved eye health.

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Prescribing Oral Medication

At Ada Vision Center in Boise, our experts prescribe oral medication to manage eye conditions and systemic health issues affecting your eyes. By evaluating your medical history and specific eye condition, we ensure comprehensive care that addresses underlying issues. From infections to inflammation, our goal is effective treatment that supports eye health and overall well-being. We consider medication interactions, side effects, and your health profile to provide tailored oral solutions for optimal eye health outcomes.

Prescribing Oral Steroids

Combating severe allergies, autoimmune disorders, and inflammatory eye diseases requires a specialized approach. Our eye doctors consider factors like your medical history, overall health, and specific eye condition to determine if oral steroids (corticosteroids) are suitable. If recommended, we provide clear instructions on dosage, duration, and precautions, ensuring safe and effective management of your eye inflammation.

Request an appointment with us, and take charge of your eye health today!

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