Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management in Prosper

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A Caring Team Focused on You

There’s more to your vision than meets the eye.

By taking an individualized approach to your eye care, we can help detect potential issues that may lead to vision loss, often before you notice symptoms. 

Book your appointment today and get help preserving your eye health and vision.

What Are Eye Diseases?

Many eye diseases can affect your eyes in different ways, and in most cases, the only way to detect an eye disease is with an eye exam.

Our mission is to preserve your vision and eye health throughout your life, with the help of modern technology and management techniques.

Modern Diagnostic Technologies

We look for eye diseases and conditions during every eye exam. Even if you don’t have a personal or family history of eye disease, it’s still important to detect these issues as early as possible. The risk of developing an eye disease or condition increases with age or if you have a health condition like diabetes.

Optos optomap Retinal Imaging

Optos optomap retinal imaging can help us examine internal structures in your eyes like your retina, macula, optic disc, and retinal blood vessels.

We may use it to look for signs of glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and diabetic eye diseases.

Tonometry helps us measure your eye’s internal pressure (IOP) to determine your risk of developing glaucoma.

We use 2 different types of tonometry:

  • Goldmann applanation tonometry—a stationary device we’ll have you rest your head on. It measures your IOP by gently pressing a small probe against the surface of your eye and calculating the resistance.
  • iCare tonometry—a handheld device that operates similarly to the Goldmann device. It also measures your IOP by gently pressing a small probe against your eye’s surface.

Common Eye Diseases & Conditions

Not every eye disease affects everyone the same way, so it’s important to treat these issues on a case-by-case basis.

If we discover an eye disease or condition, we can create a personalized plan to help preserve your eye health. We may refer you to a specialist to help manage your eye health.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that affect a part of your eye called the optic nerve. Over time, these diseases may lead to permanent vision loss.

High eye pressure may be a sign of glaucoma, but the issue could also develop even when your eye pressure levels are within normal limits.

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a common eye disease—it is one of the leading causes of vision loss in adults 60 and over.

AMD affects the macula, the centermost part of the retina responsible for providing the vision you use to read and see fine details.

Cataracts are another common age-related eye condition. We’re often able to treat cataracts by recommending cataract surgery.

As you age, proteins in your eye’s lens can break down and clump together, causing a cataract and making your natural lens hazy or milky. This discoloration could eventually impair your vision.

Acquired ptosis, or “low-lying eyelids”, is a condition in which your eyelids droop over your eye, impacting the quality of your vision. Low-lying lids can be an early sign of a more serious condition, such as infection, neurological issues, Horner syndrome, or myasthenia gravis.

Fortunately, acquired ptosis can be treated with UPNEEQ® eye drops. UPNEEQ® is the only FDA-approved prescription eye drop for acquired ptosis. These drops lift your upper eyelids to open your eyes and improve the quality of your vision.

Low-lying eyelids can block your vision and affect your ability to perform daily tasks, such as reading, driving, or using a computer. If untreated, this condition can cause more serious vision issues. With UPNEEQ®, you can regain control of your visual field.

Learn more about UPNEEQ® here.

Diabetes can increase the risk of developing several eye diseases, the most common being diabetic macular edema and diabetic retinopathy.

Please visit our Diabetic Eye Exams page for more information on these issues.

We’re Here to Preserve Your Eye Health

Preserve and protect your vision and book your next appointment at Eyedeal Eyecare today.

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  • 4940 W University Dr., Ste 70
  • Prosper, TX 75078

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Clinic Hours

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 8:30 AM 5:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 10:00 AM 7:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:30 AM 5:30 PM
  • Friday: 8:30 AM 5:30 PM
  • Saturday: 9:00 AM 3:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed

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