What We Do
Our Eye Center in Scottsdale, Glendale, Phoenix, & Mesa
Phoenix Eye Specialist provides ophthalmic care with extensive expertise in glaucoma, cataract surgery, and premium lens implant. One of the best eye centers in Scottsdale, Glendale, Phoenix, and Mesa, we provide our patients with the best possible ophthalmic care.
Gradual changes in vision can often go unnoticed if you do not have regular eye exams. If you are age 60 or older, your vision may be suffering from cataracts. However, you may be compensating for these vision changes or simply think that you have to live with inferior vision as you grow older.
Many patients experience a quality of vision that is even better than before they developed cataracts due to the many advances in cataract surgery techniques and Intra-Ocular Lens (IOL) options.
Glaucoma is actually a group of diseases that damage the optic nerve. The optic nerve is responsible for connecting the back of the eye (retina) to the brain. Glaucoma is usually caused by an increase in the fluid pressure in the eye – either because of the overproduction of fluid or when the drainage system of the eye becomes blocked. The higher pressure inside the eye can cause damage to the optic nerve, resulting in permanent vision loss.
Your eyesight is a precious gift, and we want to help you preserve it for a lifetime. At Phoenix Eye Specialists, we provide comprehensive eye care services to monitor your eyesight and allow you to be proactive about changes in your vision – even if you don’t realize there is a problem. Early detection of vision problems is often vital to helping preserve your eyesight.
Phoenix Eye Specialists want to help you preserve your eyesight for a lifetime. We provide extensive eye care services to keep a check on your vision. Even though you don’t realize there is a problem, early detection of vision problems is crucial to help preserve one’s eyesight, and that’s exactly what we want to help you with.
A dry eye is a condition when your tears can’t provide enough lubrication for manifold reasons, leading to inflammation, redness, itchiness, and dry eyes. It can hamper your day-to-day activities like reading, watching TV, driving, or even working on your laptop. Treatment can help you control the condition and symptoms.
The Retina—which contains millions of light-sensitive cells and other nerve cells—sends information to the brain through the optic nerve, enabling us to see. Retinal diseases are various and could affect any part of the thinned layer tissue, most of them causing visual symptoms if present. Any damage to the retina will result in severe vision loss or blindness. Treatment can help slow down the disease and improve or restore the vision.