15th Jan, 2016

The Importance of Routine Eye Exams

If it has been awhile since your last eye examination, it may be time to contact your ophthalmologist and schedule your next appointment. Even when vision seems stable and no obvious disorders or diseases are present, changes too small to notice may be occurring – and these small changes can have profound consequences when not caught early on.

Many eye diseases are slow to progress and may, at first, be asymptomatic. This includes glaucoma, macular degeneration, and various diabetic vision disorders – all of which can be slowed when identified in their earliest stages. If you are diagnosed with one of these disorders during your routine eye examination, the California retina specialists at our San Diego area offices can help you find a course of treatment that helps slow progression and protects your vision into the future.

Our San Diego ophthalmologists focus on retinal disorders, allowing us to provide highly specialized treatments and produce optimal results. If you have been diagnosed with a retinal disorder or if you have begun to notice changes in your vision, we welcome an opportunity to meet with you and begin developing a treatment plan that will serve your specific needs.

If you are in need of an experienced ophthalmologist in the San Diego area, please contact California Retina Associates today. For immediate assistance, please call our El Centro office at (760) 352-7755 or our Chula Vista office at (619) 425-7755 to speak directly with one of our helpful team members.

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