While there is no cure for glaucoma, there are medications and surgery available that can help halt further vision loss. Early detection and regular eye exams are vital to slowing the progress of the disease.
The most common cause of vision impairment in those over the age of 40, cataracts are a condition in which the lens of the eye becomes progressively opaque, leading to cloudy, blurred vision that becomes increasingly more pronounced as time passes.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
The doctors and staff at this location are the friendliest and make you feel very welcoming. They stay up to date on all the newest and best treatments and equipment. One of the equipment pieces takes the place of getting your eyes diluted. No more waiting hours to be able to see after getting eyes diluted. Love that.
I had a wonderful experience at my annual eye exam. I was greated with friendly smiles and hello’s, it was service with a smile the entire visit. My doctor was very thorough and explained everything in a language I can understand. I would recommend Vision Source Family Eye Care to ALL my family and friends. Thank you for excellent service!!
Thank you so much for everyone at Vision Source. They are all very kind and caring. They are the best vision center I have ever been to. They are very thorough and make sure all your questions are answered and really make you feel welcome. I’m so glad I found them and will never go anywhere else!!
This is for the Kingsland store. Everyone is super friendly and helpful. I will definitely refer friends and family here.
Professionalism from the time I made the appointments until the end. Staff was kind, knowledgeable, and very helpful. The staff seemed more than happy to answer all of my questions, including the Doctor. Their equipment is high tech and I felt like my family was getting the best care throughout our time there. I will say they are pricier than the last office that we went to but was well worth it for my peace of mind. We have found our new optimist office. Thanks vision source St Mary’s!