Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

Millions of people across the United States are affected by eye disease. In many cases, the symptoms of eye disease aren't severe until the disease has progressed, which is why regular eye exams are a crucial component of healthy eye care. Dr. Helen Chandoha-Knott at Engle Eyewear Inc in Wilkes Barre can help keep your eyes healthy.

Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

Early Eye Disease Diagnosis Is Key

Most eye diseases can't be detected during the early stages without a comprehensive vision exam. If left untreated, eye diseases can lead to permanent vision loss and could potentially cause blindness, which makes early treatment essential. An eye test at the right time could save your vision. At Engle Eyewear, we offer a wide range of eye care services. We can provide you with routine eye exams and treatment for your eye disease if needed.

Common Eye Diseases

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

The macula, which is a part of the retina, can deteriorate as a person ages. This causes AMD, which is the leading cause of severe vision loss in seniors. Adults over the age of 55 are at increased risk for developing macular degeneration and should schedule regular exams with an optometrist.

Cataracts

The proteins in the lenses of our eyes can thicken or become opaque, resulting in cataracts. Cataracts can lead to cloudy vision, interfere with night vision, and cause other vision problems. An eye doctor can look for signs of cataracts during an eye exam. If a cataract is detected, it can be surgically removed.

Diabetic Retinopathy

People with diabetes are at risk for developing diabetic retinopathy, an eye disease caused by high blood sugar levels. This condition damages the blood levels in the retina, interfering with vision. While diabetic retinopathy is serious, it can also be treatable, especially if it's detected early.

Glaucoma

Fluid can build up in the eye over time. This excess fluid can increase pressure in your eye, damaging the opting nerve. During a vision exam, an eye doctor can check the pressure levels in your eye. If you're at risk for glaucoma, we may recommend eye drops or other treatments.

Schedule a Vision Exam in Wilkes Barre, PA

Eye disease isn't always easy to detect, which is why regular eye care is crucial. Our optometrist, Dr. Helen Chandoha-Knott, can examine your vision and help you protect your eyes from eye disease and other threats. Call our team today at (570) 208-1111 to schedule your next eye exam at Engle Eyewear. 

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