We offer a full slate of valuable eye care services here at Stanhope Eye Associates. Our Stanhope eye doctor handles everything from routine eye exams to the diagnosis and management of eye diseases and conditions, including emergencies. Furthermore, our optical store is pleased to provide for our patients of all ages, including children.
The foundation of top notch eye care is a yearly eye exam with our Stanhope eye doctor, recommended for everyone. Your vision requirements change from year to year, and as a result, you may need to have an update for your existing eyeglass or contact lens prescription. Or if you have never worn corrective lenses before, this could be the year when you can finally benefit from them. There is no reason to settle for subpar or even just adequate vision when you can enjoy the sharpest and clearest vision possible.
The diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases that include cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration is also key to what our Stanhope eye doctor has to offer. These conditions all share one very important aspect: they form and progress silently, with no symptoms being evident during their early stages. It isn’t until you experience some degree of vision loss or damage to your eyes that you become aware that there is a reason to seek help. By then, however, the effects you have already sustained may not be reversible. This is why coming in annually is so essential. And, of course, if you notice anything abnormal with your eyes, call us right away to book an appointment. Dry eye evaluation and management is also in the list of our services. This is a situation that can occur because you are not producing enough tears, or because the quality of the tears you are producing is insufficient to do the job.
Also think of our Stanhope eye doctor when you suffer any type of eye emergency, such as a foreign object in your eye, an eye injury, or any accident that has an impact on your eyes. You can even call us after hours. Other issues we handle are vision therapy, sports vision, computer vision syndrome, and contact lens exams and fittings.