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Treatment of Eye Conditions

senior woman wearing glassesIf you require treatment for eye disease, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy, we’ll help manage your condition to prevent future vision loss or possible complications. Our optometrists keep pace with the rapid advances in medicine, so you’ll receive the best treatments available.

While they don’t pose a danger to your eyes, many vision conditions, such as dry eye syndrome and ocular allergies, can be very annoying and make daily life uncomfortable. We have plenty of experience with these conditions and we’ll offer a range of remedies and strategies to bring you relief. In the event that you suffer an eye emergency or eye infection, contact us immediately for guidance.

We want your eye care experience to be as pleasant and easy as possible.

Call today for an appointment at 410-561-8050. We look forward to having a clear, close look at you!

  • We are proud to offer the Tear Lab & advanced technologies that provide a more accurate diagnosis and treatment of your dry eyes.
  • As we age, our natural lens in the eye becomes clouded with cataracts.
  • Diabetes when left untreated will lead to swelling and leakage in the eye's blood vessels.
  • Detached retinas are a very serious eye condition that are not only had to detect but can lead to permanent vision loss if not treated quickly.
  • Macular degeneration is a disease that harms the macula causing central vision loss.
  • Eye allergies, also called allergic conjunctivitis, are occasionally confused with dry eye symptoms.
  • Ever feel tire or overworked? Computer vision syndrome could be affecting your daily routine.
  • Conjunctivitis, commonly known as inflammation or redness, may required medicated eye drops for treatment.
  • Ever wonder what causes floaters & flashes with your eyesight?
  • One of the most common eyelid diseases is blepharitis.
  • What does "lazy eye" mean? Find out here.
  • Your low vision experts in Maryland.