Treating Vision Problems

Helping You Understand and Address Vision Problems

Our vision is one of those things we often take for granted. That is until it’s no longer as effective as it used to be. The good news is that many vision problems can be addressed and improved with professional care. At Windsor Eye Care & Vision Center, we’re dedicated to helping our Windsor, CO patients see clearly. If you suspect eye issues in yourself or a family member, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and inquire about our services. Our doctors would be glad to meet with you to learn a little more about your concerns.

Types of Vision Problems

Before you can receive treatment for vision issues, we need to know exactly what kind of problem we’re dealing with. There is a whole slew of widespread vision problems, and we’ll perform a variety of diagnostic tests to figure out which is affecting you. Here is a brief overview of the most common vision problems:

  • Nearsightedness (Myopia): People with nearsightedness can see objects clearly up close, but their vision begins to blur as those objects move farther away.
  • Farsightedness (Hyperopia): Patients with hyperopia can see distant objects well but have a hard time making out close-up items.
  • Astigmatism: This common vision problem is associated with a misshapen cornea. When the cornea is not curved correctly, it can make things appear blurry.
  • Cataracts: This condition is most prevalent in older folks. Cataracts cause vision to become cloudy, and night driving often becomes difficult.
  • Glaucoma: Glaucoma is an eye problem that causes damage to the optic nerve. Over time, the condition worsens and may lead to permanent vision loss.

Recognize the Symptoms of Vision Problems

Because there are so many different eye disorders and conditions, it’s difficult to identify just a few symptoms of vision problems. Each condition is unique, and everyone experiences eye problems differently. However, it is helpful to be aware of some common issues that could indicate deeper problems. If you notice any or a combination of the following symptoms, we encourage you to speak with one of our eye doctors:

  • Blurry vision
  • Hazy vision
  • Colors appear faded
  • Poor vision at night
  • Pupils appear milky or opaque
  • Inflammation within the eye
  • Red eyes
  • Wavy vision
  • Blank spots in your field of vision
  • Sensitivity to bright light
  • Pain or discomfort when wearing contacts
  • Discharge from the eye
Vision Problem Treatment at Windsor Eye Care

Potential Treatments for Vision Problems

Depending on your specific circumstances, our team will recommend a treatment for your vision problem. We’ll walk you through all the potential treatments, if there are more than one, and help you decide the best course of action. Conventional treatment methods include:

  • Glasses or contact lenses
  • Laser treatments (LASIK)
  • Laser Vision Correction (LASIK, PRK, SMILE)
  • Cataract surgery
  • Medications
  • Low-vision aids
  • Vitamins
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Eye drops

Enhancing Your Vision and Eye Health

Regardless of the severity of your eye condition, our team is here to enhance your vision and overall eye health. We offer a full scope of medical eye care services, and our doctors will ensure that you get the proper treatment. Poor eye health can lead to a significant reduction in quality of life, so we’re committed to keeping your eyes healthy in the long term.

Preparing for laser eye surgery

Why Choose Us

The Windsor, CO community chooses us for eye care thanks to our compassionate team and experienced doctors. Over the years, we’ve worked with all types of conditions, from minor eye irritation to peripheral vision loss. We make every effort to offer a full suite of eye care services so you never have to go anywhere else to see an eye doctor. Our team provides cutting-edge care, and we always stay updated on the latest advances in vision treatments.

Get in Touch With Us Today

If you’ve noticed vision problem symptoms, don’t wait to contact the eye care professionals at Windsor Eye Care & Vision Center. We’re well-equipped to diagnose vision loss and other issues, and we’ll help you choose the treatment best suited to your needs. Vision problems rarely go away on their own, so if you’re dealing with blurry vision or pain in the eyes, it’s imperative to talk to your local eye doctor. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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