OUR SERVICES

Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is a procedure that removes the cloudy lens from the eye. Today, this procedure can be accomplished very quickly and no stitches are needed.

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Contact Lenses

The Eye Center offers a full service contact lens department. It is very important that a contact lens be custom fit to your eye.

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Cornea Disease

The Eye Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Adam Frederick, M.D. has joined the practice as our new Ophthalmologist specializing in Cornea and Anterior Segment surgery.

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Eyelid Surgery

Most procedures can be performed in the office under local anesthetic with the patient returning home a few minutes after the surgery.

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Glaucoma Laser Surgery

When diagnosed early, blindness from glaucoma is almost always preventable.

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In-Office Surgery

We provide the latest in conventional and laser surgical technology.

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Laser Vision Correction

Refractive Surgery is an eye surgery used to improve the refractive state of the eye and decrease or eliminate dependency on glasses and contact lenses.

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Medical Eye Exams

The Eye Center is equipped with the latest technology in diagnostic and examination equipment. This allows us to provide our patients with the most thorough eye examinations available.

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Olde Town Optical

Come see our opticians at Olde Town Optical, and let them set you up with the right specs for you. We carry all your favorite brands, and even do Specs4Us fittings for children.

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Pediatric Eye Care

The American Academy of Ophthalmology suggests children have their first eye exam by age four. While most children have no eye problems, many conditions may go unnoticed.

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Post Cataract Surgery Procedure

Cataract surgery is a procedure that removes the cloudy lens from the eye. Today, this procedure can be accomplished very quickly and no stitches are needed.

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Strabismus

Strabismus is a visual defect in which the eyes are misaligned and point in different directions. The misalignment may always be noticeable, or it may come and and go.

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