If you are looking for an eye care practice that offers innovative eye testing to help detect serious vision problems, you will want to visit our optical practice, El Paso EyeCare. At our eye care practice, patients are able to get expert Ciudad Juarez vision care provided by one of our two expert and highly trained optometrists, Dr. Patel and Dr. Eley.
Both of our optometrists at our Ciudad Juarez vision care center are therapeutic optometrists as well as optometric glaucoma specialists. They are able to provide expert diagnosis and management of glaucoma and other eye conditions including cataracts and macular degeneration. At our practice, we are able to provide comprehensive eye exams for both adults and children. We also can fit patients for specialty contact lenses. When patients need low vision therapy we are able to provide them with this specialized treatment as well. We can also provide eye testing and co-management for LASIK and refractive surgery. It is very important that patients who get this surgery are good candidates, or else the surgery will not have the desired effect; it can even, in some cases, hurt a patient’s vision if they are poor candidates for the procedures. We can also test for and treat dry eye. Patients come to us for many different types of vision care and eye testing.
At our practice, we are very happy to offer high-tech imaging which includes 3-D eye imaging. This new and exciting technology allows our optometrists to even more definitively diagnose and manage glaucoma and AMD, otherwise known as macular degeneration. This is very important because when it comes to eye care, the old adage is definitely true that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The earlier these diseases are detected, the easier it is to treat, and the more likely it is that the treatment will be successful. These new technologies allow our optometrists to better identify the serious eye diseases of glaucoma and AMD. This new technology for Ciudad Juarez vision care uses an eye tracking system that produces a 3-D image of the eye. This technology can even detect vision problems which are not yet noticeable by the patient. This new technology is also extremely helpful in the monitoring of these diseases, and with follow-up exams. 3-D eye imaging is fast and safe, and is does not even generally require that an eye is dilated. Our patient is able to comfortably sit while the eyes is simply scanned for a few seconds. To meet with our optometrist, contact our office today.