We Approach Eye Health with Proactive, Compassionate Care
At Precision Eye Care, we’re dedicated to helping our patients protect and enhance their vision throughout every stage of life. We can use our expertise to diagnose and help manage a wide range of eye conditions. By utilizing technology, we gather comprehensive information about your individual eye health, so we can provide personalized care to meet your vision needs.
Through our personalized approach, we can empower you and your family to take a proactive stance toward eye health.
Schedule your routine eye exam today, and let us support you in preserving and enhancing your vision.Book Appointment
Eye Care Supports Your Overall Health
Eye exams can offer crucial insights into your eye health and overall well-being. We can examine internal tissue and blood vessels through diagnostic technology, facilitating early detection of health conditions like diabetes, hypertension, stroke, and autoimmune disorders.
Timely identification and proactive management can significantly enhance your vision and general health outcomes.
We’re Here to Support Your Vision
Many people experience vision changes throughout life. As your eye care provider, our goal is to support you in maintaining and improving your vision.
While age-related diseases are among the leading causes of vision impairment and low vision, impacting over 4 million Americans aged 40 and older, common conditions can arise during childhood, such as amblyopia and strabismus.
We can help identify, manage, and treat various eye conditions and diseases. Our team can provide the expertise and support to help you make well-informed, proactive decisions about your eye health and vision.
Cataracts are a common eye condition primarily affecting older adults, with most adults developing cataracts over age 55. Cataracts occur when the eye’s lens, which is normally clear, becomes cloudy. This cloudiness can result in:
- Blurred or hazy vision
- Difficulty seeing at night
- Colors that look faded
- Light sensitivity
In later stages of development, cataract surgery can replace the cloudy lens with a clear artificial lens to restore vision.
Glaucoma, a group of eye diseases, damages the optic nerve that sends visual information to the brain. This damage typically results from abnormally high eye pressure caused by fluid buildup.
Glaucoma is often called “the silent thief of sight,” as most patients don’t notice symptoms until irreversible vision loss has occurred. Glaucoma gradually decreases vision, starting with peripheral (side) vision, leading to permanent vision loss.
Regularly completing comprehensive eye exams and using diagnostic technology can help identify early signs of optic nerve damage and provide timely treatment.
Diabetic retinopathy is a sight-threatening complication of diabetes. The condition occurs when high blood sugar levels cause damage to blood vessels in the retina (the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye). These damaged blood vessels can swell, leak, or grow abnormally, impairing vision or blocking blood flow.
Symptoms of diabetic retinopathy can include:
- Blurred vision
- Seeing floaters
- Blank or dark spots
- Poor night vision
Diabetic eye exams can help us monitor eye health to recommend appropriate management.
Dry Eye Disease
Dry eye disease is a common condition caused by a lack of tear quantity or quality. The eye’s surface relies on a consistent layer of tears to lubricate and nourish the eye, supporting eye health and clear vision.
People with dry eye may experience:
- Irritated or burning eyes
- Gritty, scratchy, or sandy sensations
- A feeling of something in the eyes
- Excess watering
- Blurred or impaired vision
With a personalized dry eye treatment plan, we can help restore your eye comfort and safeguard healthy vision.
Macular degeneration or age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease affecting the macula. It’s a leading cause of vision loss in adults over 50. Factors like genetics, excessive UV exposure, poor nutrition, lack of exercise, and smoking, can contribute to macular deterioration.
Damage to the macula can lead to gradual but severe vision loss, including:
- A dark or empty area in central vision
- Straight lines appearing wavy or crooked
- Reduced color vision
- Shapes appearing distorted
If detected early, intraocular injections and laser treatment can help prevent significant vision loss.
Diagnosing Eye Health Through Technology
The eye is a remarkably intricate organ with a lot going on beneath its surface. We can examine the inside of the eye with quick, noninvasive imaging techniques thanks to diagnostic technology. By capturing intricate details at the back of the eye, such as blood vessels and nerve tissue, we can gain invaluable insights into your vision and overall health.
Precision matters when it comes to your vision. That’s precisely why we’re committed to pursuing accuracy, allowing us to customize our management and treatment approaches to your individual needs.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a noninvasive imaging technology that captures high-resolution, cross-sectional images of internal eye structures. By analyzing multiple layers of eye tissue, we can gain valuable insights into changes in your ocular health.
With the invaluable information obtained from OCT, we can offer a customized approach to eye care. From proactive prevention to timely treatment, we can support your eye wellness through every stage of life.
Optomap Retinal Imaging
With optomap ultra-widefield retinal imaging, we can complete a thorough examination of the inside of the eye. The optomap technology captures an extensive field of view, scanning a complete 200 degrees with a quick flash of light.
The retina, located at the back of your eye, is the only place in the body where blood vessels are directly visible. An in-depth, detailed look at these blood vessels and interior eye tissue can be immensely valuable in detecting and monitoring various health conditions, ranging from diabetes to macular degeneration.
Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer
Visual field testing, or perimetry, assesses an individual’s full range of vision, including peripheral vision. Peripheral vision allows us to perceive our surrounding environment without eye or head movements.
During a visual field test, patients are asked to identify visual signals while a computer accurately records their individual responses. This comprehensive visual field analysis can be crucial in the early detection of vision loss and blind spots, which can serve as indicators for underlying eye conditions like glaucoma.
Precision Through Personalization
At Precision Eye Care, we know healthy eyesight can play a crucial role in a comfortable, fulfilling life. That’s why we’re committed to providing a truly personalized approach to eye care. Everyone has their own distinctive and specific needs, and we take the time to precisely customize your care.
Visit us today, and let us help you and your family maintain healthy vision.Book Appointment
Find us on the corner of Doctors Drive and Orchard Avenue, just off US Route 50. Free parking is available in our spacious lot.
- 107 Doctors Dr
- Bridgeport, WV 26330
Hours of Operation
- Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 7:40 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 7:40 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 7:40 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 7:40 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
- Sunday: Closed
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