Cataracts are formed when the natural lens of the eye gradually becomes more hazy. Cataracts are a normal part of aging. When eyeglasses are no longer able to provide your best vision, cataract surgery can be performed.
At Simpson Eye Associates, we offer the latest in Intraocular Lens (IOL) technology to allow you to meet your vision goals.
Glaucoma is a condition when the Optic Nerve of the eye becomes damaged most commonly because (but not exclusively from) elevated eye pressure. Glaucoma is the second-leading cause of blindness worldwide. Often times you do not know you have glaucoma unless an eye doctor examines you.
At Simpson Eye Associates, we offer the latest in Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) and traditional incisional surgery.
Several conditions of the eyelid and surrounding skin can affect the health of the eye. For example, entropion or ectroprion is when the eyelids do not face the normal direction, causing discomfort to the eye.
Our Oculoplastic specialist at Simpson Eye can address eyelid and orbit diseases of all kinds.
The retina is the layer of the back of the eye responsible for receiving signals to send to our brain for vision. Common conditions such as diabetes, macular degeneration, and high blood pressure can affect the way we see.
At Simpson Eye Associates, our Retina specialist will determine the best treatment for you based on your condition.
Dry eyes can cause you to have tearing, burning, redness, and irritation. There are two main types of dry eyes: evaporative and aqueous (tear)-deficient dry eye. When lubricating drops alone don't help, Simpson Eye offers more ways to help.
After your evaluation at Simpson Eye, you may be a good candidate for punctal plug placement or our new in-office treatment with the OCuSOFT® Thermal 1-Touch device.