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Information About Vision Services

When you visit Sedalia Eye Associates, we want you to rest assured, knowing that your vision is in spectacular hands. Our staff provides state-of-the-art services for all aspects of ocular health, including treatment for cataracts, glaucoma, the retina, the cornea, and other common eye conditions. Whether you're visiting for your annual eye exam or are treating diabetic retinopathy or dry eye syndrome, you can expect precise, professional care. For more information on the services we offer, see an extensive list below.

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Children and adults should have their eyes evaluated annually to ensure proper oral health and in order to identify and diagnose issues early on.

Eye care is vital for individuals who have type 1 or 2 diabetes since issues as serious as vision loss could occur if left untreated.

Cataracts occur when the proteins within the eye's lens begin to break down or bunch together, causing cloudy vision and difficulty seeing.

Cataract surgery is a relatively simple and quick procedure performed to remove cataracts from the eyes to improve vision and reduce other issues.

Laser capsulotomy procedures are performed to break up cloudiness and restore vision in the weeks, months, or years following cataract surgery.

There are a variety of premium intraocular lenses (IOLs) available to improve visual acuity after cataract surgy and reduce dependency on glasses.

Cataracts can cause the lens of your eye to become cloudy, making it hard to see; refractive cataract surgery can help restore your vision.

Glaucoma is caused by pressure on the optic nerve and requires early diagnosis, management, and treatment to prevent partial or complete vision loss.

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is performed at nearly all stages of glaucoma to reduce eye pressure and slow damage to the optical nerve.

Laser peripheral iridotomy (LPI) is performed to drain built-up fluid and ease eye pressure in order to manage glaucoma and slow optical nerve damage.

Macular degeneration is one of the most common causes of vision loss but can be managed with state-of-the-art techniques in Sedalia, MO.

Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetic condition that leads to damaged blood vessels in the retina, leading to eye issues and vision loss if untreated.

Floaters and flashes are often harmless, but they may indicate a retinal tear or detachment and should be reviewed by an ophthalmologist.

Retinal tears can occur due to age, injury, surgery, or more, and unless treated, could lead to vision problems or even vision loss.

The cornea plays a huge role in protecting the eye from germs, dust, and debris, as well as reflecting light to the retina for optimal vision.

The cornea is the clear, rounded tissue at the front of the pupil; however, if it becomes diseased, it can become distorted, leading to vision issues.

A pterygium is a benign growth on the white part of the eye, usually pink, white, or gray in color, and can cause blurry vision, irritation, and more.

Dry eye syndrome occurs when the eyes do not produce enough tears and can lead to dry, itchy eyes. If left untreated, it can cause vision issues.

Allergies can cause red, teary, itchy, puffy eyes, causing discomfort and irritation; discovering the root of the allergy can help alleviate symptoms.

Eye infections can cause a great deal of discomfort and are hard to get rid of on your own; our eye specialists can diagnose and treat your infection.

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