The comprehensive eye exam usually involves a series of evaluations, tests, and procedures to determine how well you can see, if you need corrective lenses, and if there are signs of certain vision problems or eye health concerns.
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Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions associated with high pressure inside the eye, which can damage the nerve connecting the eye to the brain. This serious eye condition can cause slow vision loss – it can even lead to blindness.
CONTACT LENS SERVICE
Contact lenses can be an excellent alternative if you need glasses but don’t like wearing them. At Rouse Family Eye Care, we can help you get fitted for contact lenses if you are a good candidate.
Keratoconus is an eye condition in which the clear, dome-shaped surface of the eye bulges outward and becomes cone-shaped. This bulging of the surface of the eye, known as the cornea, affects eyesight.
OCULAR DISEASE TREATMENT
We provide diagnosis, treatment and management of ocular diseases which affect the human eye and visual system.
At Rouse Family Eye Care, our doctors are experienced in managing all stages of dry eye and lid disease utilizing advanced technologies. Dry eye is a chronic eye condition that today can be managed more effectively than just recommending artificial tears.
Cataracts create fuzzy or blurred areas in your field of vision, and you may even see a high sensitivity level to glare. At Rouse Family Eye Care in Weston, FL, we will work with you to diagnose cataracts and help you determine what route of treatment would be best.
Red eyes (or red eye) is a condition where the white of the eye (the sclera) has become reddened or “bloodshot.” Our eye doctors will work with you to help clear up your red eyes to make seeing more comfortable.
DIABETIC EYE EXAMS
People with diabetes need to have a full eye exam every year by an ophthalmologist or optometrist who knows about eye problems in people with diabetes.
Are large-diameter gas permeable contact lenses specially designed to vault over the entire corneal surface and rest on the “white” of the eye (sclera).
Computer & Blue Light Glasses
One of the major causes of digital eye strain is the blue light that emanates from digital devices. Too much exposure to blue light has the potential to cause damage to the retina of your eyes
Prescription sunglasses carry the same prescription as your ordinary eyeglasses, but with lenses that are suited to protect your eyes from the sun’s glare.