Cataracts surgery produces fantastic results that restore your vision to a level that you may have given up on having again. Here at Finnegan Eye Care Centers, you can find out if you’re a good candidate for this procedure by coming in for an examination and cataracts screening.
If you’re still doing well with your prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses that are designed to counteract the effects of cataracts, you may have no need for a cataract operation Beach Haven. The time to make that decision is when you have exhausted the benefits of corrective eyewear and your cloudy and blurry vision is interfering with your ability to live your life the way you want to. Cataracts is a progressive eye disease. Deposits of proteins develop on your natural eye lenses. Over time, they increase in both size and quantity. When it’s time to make the move to have a cataract operation Beach Haven, a qualified eye surgeon will remove your eye lenses, since it is not possible to remove the cataracts from the lenses. Once your lenses are taken out, you will not have any hindrance to your vision any more. However, since they are responsible for allowing you to focus, you will need a replacement. The solution is to place intraocular lens implants (IOLs), which are prosthetic eye lenses that are either monofocal or multifocal. The right ones to use depend on your vision needs and may be affected by what your insurance will cover. With monofocal IOLs, you might need reading glasses for seeing up close, but with multifocal, you should be able to see at all distances with sharpness and clarity.
A cataract operation Beach Haven could be exactly what you need to see your best. Schedule an examination at our office by reaching out to us right now.
The human eye develops all on its own into one of the most complex optical processors in the world. Just because it develops by itself does not mean that it should be left on its own. In order to stay healthy and function at optimal precision the human eye often needs a little help. Our Bloomsburg optometrist, Dr. Gary Finnegan, OD is ready to assist each patient in enhancing and maintaining optimal vision and eye health.
While our Bloomsburg optometrist has the largest selection of designer eyeglass frames and contact lenses in the area our eye care services start with Dr. Finnegan conducting a comprehensive eye examination. These annual examinations are crucial to enhancing visual acuity as well as continuing robust eye health. Our doctor will perform a refractory eye assessment, which measures the patient’s visual acuity from which any vision correction prescriptions will be developed. Our doctor will also measure the eye to fit contact lenses if the patient is interested in them. Our doctor will use our state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and perform a dilated eye exam to see deep into the eye to detect any structural abnormalities as well as any current or developing eye diseases. Many serious eye diseases develop with few or no symptoms until they are at an advanced stage, so an annual eye exam is the only way to catch these conditions at an early stage before they cause permanent vision loss.
Once an accurate vision correction prescription has been made by our Bloomsburg optometrist our optician can turn it into a fashionable pair of eyeglasses or fit the patient for contact lenses. Our optical shop features over 2000 frames from some of the world’s leading designers such as Vivid, Dakota Smith, Bellagio, Jill Stuart, Candies. Levi’s, Bongo, Cadillac, Guess, Project Runway and many more. Our eyeglasses feature the highest quality lenses that are available with lenses that are glare and scratch resistant and are lighter in weight as well as thinner. Most of our frames can also be made into sunglasses. We carry contact lenses to fit any prescription and lifestyle. Our shop is dedicated to bringing our patients the highest quality vision care products at affordable prices and we regularly feature specials on our products. Bring the family to our shop the best in eye care.
Finnegan Eye Care Centers
1901 Columbia Boulevard
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 17815
Contact lenses Bloomsburg
If you need corrective lenses but don’t want to wear eyeglasses, you might want to consider contact lenses Bloomsburg instead. You’ll need to get a special exam if you want to get contact lenses. Your first step is to see a professional optometrist like ours at Finnegan Eye Care Centers for a contact lens exam and fitting.
There are certain qualifications that you’ll need to meet if you want to get contact lenses. Since contact lenses Bloomsburg are worn inside the eye, you have to be comfortable with putting them in and taking them out of your eyes. Also, you’ll need to have good overall eye health to get them. A professional optometrist like ours at Finnegan Eye Care Centers will assess your overall eye health by doing a comprehensive eye examination. This will help to determine if you’re a good candidate for them. If our expert eye doctor determines that you’re a contact lens candidate, you’ll discuss the different types of contact lens options, so you can decide on the best type for you. The decision will be based on many important factors. In order to meet your needs, the contact lenses you choose need to meet certain criteria. Your contact lenses need to: fit on the eye properly, be comfortable to wear, provide you with clear vision and match your lifestyle and personal preference. To achieve this goal, you’ll need to have a special exam called a contact lens exam and fitting. During the exam, our eye doctor will try different types of contacts until you find the right ones. The eye doctor will do a contact lens fitting to ensure that the contacts you get fit properly and are also comfortable and meet all the necessary criteria. We have many contact lens options available to choose from at our practice, Finnegan Eye Care Centers. Some of your options will be soft contacts, daily wear, extended wear, disposable and color changing contact lenses and gas permeable.
If you’re considering contact lenses Bloomsburg, you should consult with our eye doctor. Contact our office to schedule your exam today.