Arvada Optometric Center in Arvada, CO, can give you your eye exams and address several eye issues. Some of the conditions that we treat include:
This is a type of refractive error that can make your eyesight both blurry and distorted. There are several ways to correct this type of vision problem, including hard contacts and glasses.
If you have blurry vision, it can mean a number of different eye conditions. You need an eye exam from the optometrist to determine the cause of your blurriness.
These can occur in young people, but they are more common in older people. Cataracts need to be monitored so that you know when it's time to correct them with surgery.
This syndrome is getting more common as more people work on computers. Looking at the screen for a long time can cause you to have dry eyes, blurry vision, and strained eyes. There are treatments that can help.
If you're diabetic, it's always important to be checked for diabetic retinopathy. This can be a serious eye disease that can rob you of your vision. Get checked every year, as well as anytime you have a vision problem.
If you have dry eye, your eyes are uncomfortable and too dry to stay lubricated. A lot of things can cause this condition, but there are treatments for it that can relieve it. Medicated eye drops are one type of treatment that can be highly effective.
This is another name for conjunctivitis. It's a common eye infection that can often be cleared up with medicated eye drops. Be sure to see the optometrist if you have this.
If you're allergic to something you come into contact with, it can cause eye allergies. These result in red, watery, itchy eyes.
Myopia is one of the most common of all vision problems. It's common in people of virtually every age and is highly correctable in most patients. It's also called nearsightedness.
This is the opposite of myopia and is also known as farsightedness. It makes things far away look clearer than things that are close up.
This is common in children, though adults can also have it. It happens when one eye is weaker than the other, and the eyes stop working together as well as they should.
When you have keratoconus, it causes problems with your cornea, making it bow outward and get a cone-like shape. This can greatly affect your vision.
Vision Care from Our Caring Team
When you need an optometrist in Arvada, CO, give Arvada Optometric Center a call at (303) 424-5282 to set up a time for an eye exam.