Information About Vision Services

Heart of America Eye Care provides a range of optical services for children and adults. Our eye specialists offer treatment for glaucoma, retinal diseases, conditions such as dry eye syndrome and myopia, LASIK, urgent eye care, cosmetic eye care, and more. Whether you're visiting for a routine eye exam or something more serious, our eye specialists are here for you.

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Routine eye exams are important for everyone and can help maintain eye health and identify eye conditions or issues with vision as early as possible.

If you have type 1 or 2 diabetes, it's important to maintain routine visits to an eye care center that understands your unique needs as a diabetic.

If you have low vision (visual acuity of 20/70), low vision rehabilitation can help you manage everyday tasks with your vision struggles.

Getting glasses or contact lenses doesn't have to be stressful; our team is here to help you find the right prescription, frame, and more.

Urgent eye issues, such as vision loss, an eye injury, or chemical contact, should be treated by an eye specialist right away to maintain eye health.

Cataracts are common in people over 60 and can create clouded vision. Treatment options are available to eradicate cataracts and correct your vision.

Cataracts cause the natural lens in the eye to cloud over making it difficult to see; cataract surgery is performed to remove the lens and replace it.

Heart of America Eye Care utilizes RXSight® light adjustable intraocular lenses to replace clouded lenses when someone has cataracts.

Dry eye syndrome is a lack of tears or unbalanced tear components, often brought on by a medicine, medical condition, or lifestyle.

Myopia, more commonly known as nearsightedness, makes it difficult to see things far away and can cause migraines or eye aches if not treated.

Red eye, often a minor issue, can be a sign of something more severe and should be evaluated if it lasts longer than a week or is accompanied by pain.

Glaucoma is known as a "silent thief" because it has no warning signs but can lead to optic nerve damage and even vision loss.

A glaucoma diagnosis may sound scary; however, with early intervention and advancements in technology, you have many treatment and management options.

Glaucoma surgery is performed to help fluid drain from the eye and reduce eye pressure, slowing the progression of the condition.

MIGS is a minimally invasive option for treating glaucoma and can allow you to get back to everyday activities sooner than with traditional options.

LASIK is an FDA-approved laser vision correction surgery that is designed to improve vision and reduce reliance on glasses or contact lenses.

PRK has been a long-standing method of correcting vision for decades and is a great option for individuals who may not qualify for LASIK.

Flashes and floaters are more common as we age; however, frequent floaters or flashes should be accompanied by an eye exam to check your eye health.

Macular degeneration, both wet and dry, is a progressive condition, often developing with age, that can lead to vision issues if left untreated.

Retinal diseases are anything that affects the retina or macula and can often lead to low vision or blindness if not treated in a timely manner.

Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition that affects individuals with diabetes, and it stands as the most prevalent cause of vision loss worldwide.

BOTOX, known for treating signs of aging like Crow's feet, can also help relieve twitching eyes, drooping eyelids, and other ocular concerns.

LATISSE is a prescribed topical medication used to promote growth in the eyelashes to create fuller, stronger, more attractive eyelashes.

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